Irish English Voice Over Artists
If you’re looking for professional Irish English voice over artists – you’ve come to the right place!
Our native Irish English narrators are skilled and versatile. All are ready to provide you with studio-quality voice recordings for TV commercials, explainer videos promotional videos, IVR prompts and any other type of voice over your project may need.
But wait, there’s more…!
Need help with these supplemental services?
- Professional subtitling
- Audio sync to Picture
- Sound Effects and Foley
- Mixing & Mastering
- Professional Video Editing and After-Effects
We have you covered!
Have a listen to our Irish English voice actors below and find the perfect match through our search function.
Fine-tune your results by entering specific keywords like “natural”, “formal”, “authoritative” or others in the search bar to find exactly what you need.
Or, just contact us for help and recommendations!
English (Irish) Ireland
Hi! I’m Steve, and I’m one of Ireland’s leading voiceover arstists, with over 15 years experience in...
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A Brief Background of the Irish English Language
Irish English, the native language spoken throughout Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, is one of the many voice talent offerings through Voice Crafters.
Irish English, which is incredibly common in the United Kingdom, is the ideal voice over language choice if your target audience resides in this region.
The English language, which was introduced to Ireland near the end of the twelfth century, was brought to the land through the Norman invasion.
Irish English is an Indo-European language that branches from the Anglic classification through the Germanic language family.
In most ways, Irish English is a blend of United Kingdom English and the Irish language.
Irish English is closer to British English in spelling and pronunciation, which is vastly different from American English.
Regional dialects of Irish English will vary from county to county within Ireland and the United Kingdom, though they are all very similar to each other.
Supra-regional Irish English, non-local Dublin English, Ulster English, local Dublin English, and West Irish English are the five primary dialects that are recognized in the country.
Over 4.5 million people speak Irish English as their first language, and more than 150,000 people speak Irish English as their second language.
Even with how common Irish English is through the country, many of the political and governmental terminologies used are directly Irish in nature.
The native voice actors at Voice Crafters are ready to produce television, Internet, radio and all other types of narration for your next project.
Contact us today and get a high-quality Irish English voice recording within 24-48 hours.