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Brazilian Portuguese Voice Over Artists

Olá! In need of a native Brazilian voice to make your project pop? You'll find the best Brazilian Portuguese voice actors right here! Listen to samples below and invite our voice over artists to send you proposals for your project. Then, choose your talent, fund the project and release payment when you're happy with the work. Learn about our services and VO tips here.

Brazilian Portuguese Voice Over Artists

Olá! In need of a native Brazilian voice to make your project pop? Listen to samples below and invite our voice over artists to send you proposals for your project. Then, choose your talent, fund the project and release payment when you're happy with the work. Learn about our services and VO tips here.

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Midian G. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Midian G.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

Voice Professional with 20 years of experience in the market. Productivity, vers...

Versatility energy contagious
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Rebeca M. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Rebeca M.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

My name is Rebeca and I am 27 years old. I am a freelancer voice actress since 2...

appealing strong deep
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Carolina L. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Carolina L.
Spanish (Latin American)
Portuguese (Brazilian)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Brazil

My name is Carol and I am a Brazilian/Argentinian voice actor. I was raised bili...

Natural Warm Conversational
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Tina R. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Tina R.
Portuguese (Brazilian) United States

I’m a voice talent with over 30 years of experience in radio & television, c...

Strong-happy-fast-female-voice-entusiastic-vibrant
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Susie V. - professional English (International) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Susie V.
English (International)
Portuguese (Brazilian)
United Kingdom

Hi, my name is Susie and I am an international Voice Actor based in the UK. Born...

warm husky natural
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Malu P. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Malu P.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

Announcer for 25 years, I’m also an actress and voice talent, recording in Portu...

comfortable relatable personable
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Adriana S. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Adriana S.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

I am a Brazilian Voice Over Artist/Audiobook Narrator & Portuguese Translato...

Trustworthy Happy High energy
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Nadya S. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Nadya S.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

A natural and versatile voice without vices or exaggerations, neutral accent to ...

natural conversational friendly
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Andreia D. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Andreia D.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

Masterful artist with over 21 years of experience, native to Brazil and speaking...

Natural confident chatty
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Simone M. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Simone M.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

Artista de voz e locutora, trabalhando em tempo integral para empresas do mundo ...

COLOQUIAL CONVERSATIONAL FRIENDLY
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Maria Carolina L. - professional Portuguese (Brazilian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Maria Carolina L.
Portuguese (Brazilian) Brazil

I’ve been a professional voice over talent for 20 years, I have a very versatile...

conversational girl-next-door confident
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Our Brazilian Portuguese Voice Actors

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Brazilian Portuguese voice overs: what you need to know

Brazilian Portuguese is a group of Portuguese dialects native to Brazil. Brazilian Portuguese, the same as European Portuguese, belongs to the Western Romance language family. More than 200 million people speak this Portuguese variety, mostly in Brazil where it’s the official language.

Despite the name, Brazilian Portuguese is also spoken all around the world, mainly by Brazilian emigrants. Brazilian Portuguese spoken communities are prominent in the United States, Japan, Paraguay, and the United Kingdom.

Did you know:

Brazilian Portuguese is not a separate language. European Portuguese is one of the standard variants of the language. Both language varieties are mutually intelligible but have some regional differences.

Language History

The Portuguese language in Brazil emerged during the Portuguese colonization era. Portuguese colonialists claimed Brazil in 1500 — and so began the spread of the new language.

Portuguese wasn’t a widespread language until around the 17-18th century. Up until then, local Língua Geral was lingua franca of Brazil. Because of the growing number of Portuguese settlers, Portuguese became the national language by the end of the 18th century.

Naturally, the language evolved and obtained some regional features that make it different from the Portuguese spoken in Europe. To this day, Portuguese is the main language of Brazil. Almost all inhabitants speak this as a main language, with the exception of small foreign communities.

Close Relations

Since the Brazilian Portuguese belongs to the Romance language family, it shares some similarities with Italian, French, and Romanian. However, Spanish is the closest language to Portuguese. While the two languages are not entirely mutually intelligible, they have a very high intelligibility rate.

Because of the shared common ancestor, Galician is also very closely related to Portuguese. Some linguists claim that Galician is a Portuguese dialect, while others — that it’s an independent language.

The biggest part of the Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary comes from Vulgar Latin. However, Portuguese extensively borrowed from foreign languages as well. The most common foreign words are of German, Greek, and Arabic origin.

Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary slightly differs from the European one. The Brazilian Portuguese lexicon was significantly influenced by the languages it came in contact with. Most notably, the words from African languages (spoken by the slaves in the colonial times) and Amerindian languages (spoken by the native inhabitants of Brazil) are very common.

Did you know:

Recently, Brazilian Portuguese began extensively borrowing words from English. Words related to technology (app, mouse, mod), sports (surfing, skating), and various cultural terms (hobby, vintage, cupcake) are used by Brazilian Portuguese speakers.

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Brazilian Portuguese is mutually intelligible with Portuguese spoken in Europe. However, Brazilian Portuguese has regional varieties of its own. Brazilian Portuguese is divided into two dialect groups: Northern and Southern. Both of these groups contain dozens of local varieties.

There are several important differences between European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese that are important to note when recording a voice over.

Firstly, Brazilian Portuguese doesn’t extensively use the informal you (‘tu’). Instead, the formal variant ‘voce’ is used in both formal and informal situations. Another very prominent difference is the pronunciation of final the ‘s’. Brazilian Portuguese speakers tend to pronounce it as ‘s’, while native European Portuguese use ‘sh’ instead.

When recording the Brazilian Portuguese recording, make sure you pay attention to these little peculiarities. After all, they make Brazilian Portuguese so unique.

Portuguese (Brazilian) Voice Over Projects

Brazilian Portuguese voice over for 888 Poker

This crazy energetic voice recording was performed by the very talented Fabiano V.

Fabiano is an experienced radio host and voice over artist. He has recorded for names like Chevrolet, Banco do Brasil, Toyota and many others.

Visit Fabiano’s profile right here.

Brazilian Portuguese voice over for SynopSYS

The voice over for this product video was recorded by Brazilian voice actor Rafael A.

Rafael is a seasoned professional and has voiced for Epson, DHL, Sony Ericsson, Siemens and many others.

Find Rafael’s profile here.

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