Czech Voice Over Artists

Looking for a Czech voice for your upcoming project? We offer some of the world’s best Czech voice over artists at prices you can afford.Whatever you throw at is, whether it's a professional voice recording for a TV commercial, an explainer video a promo video, an IVR or anything else, we’re here to help you find the right narrator for the job!And there's more...We can also sync the voice over to picture, mix it with a sound bed and add sound effects as you desire. We can also do the video editing so you get the final product! Of course, we support all audio and video formats.Below you'll find some of the web's finest Czech narrators. All are native speakers, versatile and have great voice acting skills. Our voice actors are 100% vetted so you get a studio-quality recording by talents who invested years in their craft.You can hone your search to find talents based on keywords like "friendly", "deep", "formal", etc. Finding the perfect Czech voice has never been easier!Of course, you can also contact us for help and suggestions.

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Karel W. - professional Czech voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Karel W.

Czech
Czech Republic

Czech professional male voice over actor with natural accent.

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A Brief Background of the American English Language

Czech, which was once commonly referred to as Bohemian, is a Western Slavic language that is spoken by more than 10 million people.

While the Czech language is mostly spoken in the home land of the Czech Republic, it is also very popular as a second tongue for the country of Slovakia.

Czech is an official dialect of the European Union as well. The Czech language is difficult to master, and requires the correct inflections for tense and inflection.

Languages similar to Czech include Polish, Serbian, and Slovak.

There are enough similarities between Czech and Slovak, that at one time the two languages were considered to be the same dialect.

Czech has a long history, dating as far back as the sixth century AD. Its first uses were for bibles and official documents.

The modern form of Czech that is spoken today found its footing in the 18th century. There are 13 regional dialects of the Czech language, the use of each is determined by where a person lives in the Czech Republic.

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