Kare's Profile

 Norwegian voice

Kare Sivertsen-2013

 

Key Qualifications

Kåre is a professionally trained actor and voiceover artist based in London. He is native Norwegian and has over 15 years experience in the voiceover industry. He is very versatile and has an excellent voice for fun, youthful and lively projects. With warm and authoritative tones he is also a great choice for narration and corporate work.

 

Training:


1995 - 1998          Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, London. 3 year actor’s course, Diploma

1994 - 1995          Den Kongelig Norske Marine, Norwegian Royal Navy

1992 - 1994          Revyskolen, 2 Year Acting and Theatre production training

 

Key Experience


2012 – 2013         Total War: Rome 2 – Barbarian, Dignitary, Warlord , SEGA & Creative Assembly

2005 – 2010         Freelance Continuity announcer for Norwegian TV3, Viasat Broadcasting

2007                   Norwegian voice of BAFTA winning animation series Adrenalini Brothers

2003 – 2005         Resident Cast member of Westway, BBC World Service Radio Drama

2004                   We Are Water, Radio Drama for BBC World Service and Royal Court Theatre

 

Corporate read voiceover recordings

Ford, Gillette, IKEA, Toyota, Canon, Coca Cola, BP, Smart Alarm, Shell, Stena Drilling, Kendall DL System, Gravity Bar, Belron Technical, DeCarta Navigation System, Smurfit Kappa, Norwegian Language Course, Jernia, Gritty Foam, Torres Wines, Flashbay, Exxon Mobile, Heart Sine, Future of Learning, ACN Telecommunication.

 

ADR recording


Tsunami (TV series for BBC/HBO),

Flying Scotsman (Feature Film for Scion Films Ltd)

The Vikings (TV Series for History Channel)

 

Commercial & promotional voice over recordings


X-Box 360, Partypoker.com, Pokerstars.com, Scooby Doo, Jetix, Cartoon Network, CNN, Time Life, Troll Hunter movie trailer, Fox TV, Carnival Games, Ronsil No Rust, Tonka Joe Computer Game, New Pledge.

 

Commercial & promotional in vision


First Active Mortgages, Visit Norway, Intel Cannonbells, DeWalt, Astra Zeneca.

 

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