Argentinian Spanish Voice Over Artists

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Carolina L. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent 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...

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Nacho S. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Nacho S.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Argentina

My voice is strong and powerfull for presentations, rock related commercials or ...

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Noelia G. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Noelia G.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Uruguay

Noelia is a Spanish voice talent who records in LatAm Spanish and Spanish with A...

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Gustavo V. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Gustavo V.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Uruguay

I am a professional spanish voice over

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Elisa D. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Elisa D.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Spanish (Chilean)
Chile

Hello! My experience as a voice over has been a 14 years very exiting trip until...

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Sabrina R. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Sabrina R.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Portugal

Hello! I’m Sabrina and I’m a professional argentinian voice actress. When I was ...

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Juan C. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Juan C.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Uruguay

I am a professional Voiceover. Extensive experience making advertising spots for...

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Nina R. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Nina R.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Argentina

Hola! soy locutora nacional matriculada en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina....

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Santiago M. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Santiago M.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Argentina

Hello My name is Santiago and I am an Argentinean Voiceover Artist. I work as a:...

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Natalia F. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Natalia F.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Argentina

Locutora publicidades. Radio. Locuciones Ivrs, preatendedores, institucionales, ...

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Martin E. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Martin E.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Argentina

I’ve started in the acting world when I was a child, I was part of a reall...

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Argentinian Spanish voice overs: what you need to know

Argentina shares a border with five countries including Brazil and Paraguay which both influence the Spanish dialect. Spanish spoken in Argentina is influenced by the Italian, mainly Neapolitan. This can be credited to the Italian immigration to Buenos Aires. Argentina was governed by Lima under the Spanish crown due to the viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata created as head of government in Buenos Aires.

The difference between Argentinian Spanish otherwise known as Rioplatense Spanish and other dialects is the syntactic rule.

Rioplatense is centrally based in Buenos Aires. Santa Fe, Rosario, and le Plata and can be identified as Argentina Spanish by the ‘sh’ sound used to pronounce “ll” or “y”.

Language History

In 1516, the first Spanish expedition visited Argentina, led by the explorer Juan Diaz de Solis. In 1536, the first Spanish settlement was created which led to the viceroyalty of Rio De la Plata being created as head of government in 1776. The arrival of immigrants from other parts of Europe influenced accents in Argentina. Because of the settlers who immigrated to Argentina and Uruguay, the Spanish dialect in Argentina was influenced by these countries. Between 1870–1890, mainly Spanish, Basque, Galician, Northern Italian and Portuguese speakers settled in Argentina and from  1910–1945 Spain, Southern Italy and Portugal were also significant in influencing Rioplatense. English speakers had some influence in the industry, business, education, and agriculture in Argentina with English immigrants particularly influential within the upper-middle class.

Did you know:

Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world with the name “Argentina” originally derived from the Latin word “silver”.

Close Relations

Spanish Argentinian Spanish has close relations with Brazilian Portuguese which is influenced by the Argentinian accent. Some words from the Argentina accent have been fully incorporated into Brazilian Portuguese slang

 

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