Fred Frees Unleashed!!


Fred Frees is very familiar with the entertainment industry.  He is the son of voice legend Paul Frees. For two years, Fred was the voice of Morocco Mole for the Cartoon Network.  In Disneyland and Disneyworld kiosks, he was the voice of the Ghost Host for the 30-year anniversary of the Haunted Mansion. He also provided a series of test spots as the Pillsbury Dough Boy for Leo Burnett Co.
He began his studies with Joy Terry (his mother and voice-over coach), Charlie Adler, and an improv group in Santa Monica.
More recently he has studied with the following:

  • David Babich-Vocal Technique
  • Laurel van der Linde-Audiobooks
  • Eliza Jane Schneider-Dialects and Characters
  • Brian Cummings-Commercials, Promos, Characters
  • Mary Lynn Wissner-Commercials
  • Marc Cashman-Documentary Narration
  • Actor's Boot Camp-Scene Study, Cold Reading, Acting Technique
  • AIA Actor's Studio-Casting Workshops

    Fred is the "official" voice of the Progressive Science Institute in Berkeley, California, and is a featured voice artist on the rosters of  Miller White, LLC and TheVoiceOverStore in the UK. He continues to release a series of comedy albums  in collaboration with Bear Manor Media, and is a "Joke Master" on the Broadband Comedy Network's "Joke Donkey."  His audiobook resume includes  "Dracula Meets Jack The Ripper" by Michael Druxman, "The Count of Chanteleine" by Jules Verne, and "German Paradise Mallorca" by Martin von Muenchen." He is currently producing "Mel Blanc, the Man of a Thousand Voices," by Ben Ohmart.

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