Polish Voice Over Artists

Looking for a Polish voice actor for your upcoming project? We offer some of the world’s best Polish talent online! Take a listen to voice samples and invite voice artists to send you quotes. Then, simply hire your favorite voice actor and fund the project.  Get your file/s and release payment when you're happy with the work. To learn about our services, Click here.

Polish Voice Over Artists

Looking for a Polish voice actor for your upcoming project? Take a listen to voice samples and invite voice artists to send you quotes. Then, simply hire your favorite voice actor and fund the project.  Get your file/s and release payment when you're happy with the work. To learn about our services, Click here.

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Gosia M.
Polish Poland

15 years of experience in VO industry.

Deep upbeat conversational
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Piotr M. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Piotr M.
Polish Poland

Middle-aged voice. Known both from local and national broadcasting. Very often s...

Inspiring trust perfect for explaining complicated issues in e-learing courses
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Romuald S. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Romuald S.
Polish Poland

Interesting and experienced Polish Voiceover Artist. Radio & tv experience f...

polish friendly energetic
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Andrzej P. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Andrzej P.
Polish Poland

Hi, I’m Andrew – Polish Voice Over Talent. I record every day in my own home stu...

young deep friendly
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Marcin L. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Marcin L.
Polish United Kingdom

My name is Marcin. I’m a bilingual (Polish (native), English) voiceover artist a...

Deep commanding gravely tones
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Aleksander B. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Aleksander B.
Polish Poland

I am a Polish native speaker and I have been recording in my own studio for seve...

professional fresh young
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Gosia K. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Gosia K.
Polish Germany

Gosia is a professional native polish voice artist with own home studio, based i...

expressive engaging lively
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Piotr K.
Polish Poland

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Bartosz G. - professional Polish voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Bartosz G.
Polish Poland

Experienced, flexible, acting and singing/rapping skills voice over

flexible enthusiastic deep
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Our Polish Voice Actors

Our Polish voice actors are pre-screened professionals and have a lot of experience, so you’re guaranteed to receive the best audio performance at broadcast-level quality.

Whatever project you have in the works, whether you need a native Polish voice for:

or anything else, you’ll find the perfect Polish narrator right here!

Work directly with the voice actor you choose for your project through our platform and get your voice recording quickly! (usually within 24-48 hours). Or, for large-scope projects involving localization and/or intensive post-production work, simply call on us to manage everything from A-Z!

We can help you with any and all of the following:

Professional translation to and from Polish

Audio sync to picture

Sound Effects

Mixing and mastering

Video Editing and After-Effects

Everything you need for a perfect production under one roof!

And that’s not all…!

If you’re looking to get a music bed track for your video or presentation, check out our production music website – Audio Buzz. You’ll find a huge catalog of fresh royalty-free music at great prices!

Feel free to contact us for help and suggestions on how to take your project to the next level!

 

Polish voice actors - Warsaw Poland

Polish voice overs: what you need to know

Polish is a West Slavic language, native to the Republic of Poland. Around 45 million people are native Polish speakers. Additionally, 5 million speak Polish as a second language in Germany, Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia, and other Polish communities around the world.

Despite its rather wide usage, Polish is only the official language in Poland. It also holds status as a minority language in other Slavic, Baltic, and Central European countries (Ukraine, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, and others). Additionally, Polish is one of the official languages of the European Union.

Did you know:

The word “Poland” comes from the tribe of Polans. The term could be translated to “plain” or “field” — mostly because of Poland’s flat landscape.

Language History

Just like other Slavic languages, Polish descended from Proto Slavic — a common relative of all Slavic languages. However, as a distinct language, Polish started developing at around the 10th century.

Polish language history is divided into four periods: Old Polish (10th-16th centuries), Middle Polish (16th-18th centuries), New Polish (18th century to 1930), and finally Modern Polish — a language variety that’s been used since 1930.

First known written Old Polish text dates back to 1270Book of Henrykow described the everyday life of Poles.

Close Relations

Polish doesn’t have many close relatives. In fact, Polish is somewhat a black sheep of Slavic languages — it’s completely different in grammar, pronunciation, and alphabet.

From the languages still in use, Polish is mostly related only to Czech and Slovak. However, the three languages are not mutually intelligible and share mostly vocabulary.

In terms of grammar and vocabulary, Polish has been considerably influenced by German, Italian, and Latin. In fact, Polish vocabulary contains many words of foreign origin. Borrowings from Latin, Czech, German, and Turkish are very common.

More recently, Polish started borrowing from English — just like other languages. English words related to media and technology are in popular use in today’s Poland.

Did you know:

There are some Polish words in English, mostly related to traditional Polish cuisine. Words like pierogi, kielbasa, paczki entered the English vocabulary and are here to stay (together with delicious Polish dishes!).

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Polish doesn’t lack in the dialect department. In fact, there are four major dialect groups: Greater Polish, Lesser Polish, Masovian, and Silesian. These groups are further divided into subgroups and regional varieties. While all these dialects differ, Polish is a rather homogeneous language — all spoken varieties are mutually intelligible.

Standard Polish (called “correct Polish”) is used in education, politics, and all official matters of the country. The standard variant is based on the Masovian dialects — language varieties spoken in Central Poland, including the capital Warsaw.

When recording Polish voice-overs, it’s important to understand its unusual pronunciation. Unlike other Slavic languages, spoken Polish has preserved Proto Slavic nasal vowels, giving the language a very unique sound.

It’s also crucial to choose a suitable Polish variety when recording. In most cases, standard Polish will do just fine in most recordings. But maybe you’re working on a very specific historical or regional voice over? That’s where regional accents come in useful!

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