Heather Halley is a multi-talented and accomplished on-camera and voice actress. Her unique vocal and dialect talents have made possible an astounding career, which includes years of experience in on-air promotion, live event announcing, character animation, gaming and anime.
She is represented by WME / William Morris Endeavor, 9601 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
Heather has had the distinguished honor of being cast as the Live Announcer of
51st Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on CBS Television
4th annual Video Game Awards (2010) on Spike TV with Neil Patrick Harris
5th annual Video Game Awards (2011) on Spike TV with Zachary Levi
10th annual Kids Choice Awards (2012) on Nickelodeon Network with Will Smith
One of her personal career highlights was being selected to narrate Sir Elton John’s Award Ceremony in Washington, D.C. when Sir Elton received the esteemed Leadership Award from the National Association of Broadcasters Foundation for his work in the fight against AIDS.
ON-AIR PROMOTION VOICE OVER & COMMERCIAL
Heather’s commercial voice-over work is extensive, including hundreds of TV and radio spots for such national brands as:
Nissan, McDonalds, Clorox, Burger King, The Home Depot, Publix, Netflix, Taco Bell, Hyundai, T-Mobile, Fantastic Sams, Sea World, Cooks Ham, US Cellular, Taco Bueno, Public Storage, Shrek Babies, Little Tykes, Bratz, Baby Bjorn and L.A. Sightseeing, naming a few.
For the past eight years Heather has been the on-air Radio and Television voice for California Psychics.
Heather was the on-air Radio and Television voice for May Company.
From 2005-2007 you heard her voice on all radio and television ads throughout the country for the following national and regional department stores:
The Jones Store
Meier & Frank
Heather can be heard on WeTV as the Narrator of the nationally syndicated series, Platinum Babies.
You can also hear Heather nationally as the voice of Keurig Coffeemakers.
Heather has also kept busy announcing:
Akeelah and the Bee
Betsy Bubblegum’s Yummiland
The Forgotten (ABC Network)
The Gospel Music Channel.
Heather’s voice can be heard on the DVDs for:
That’s So Raven Game (Disney)
The Bratz Sleepover Movie
Bratz Super Babyz Game
Bratz Kidz Fairytales
…and many others.
VIDEO GAME, ANIMATION AND TOYS
Heather’s voice talents extend into video games, animation and children’s toys. Her method acting training breathe life into such popular characters and titles as Paramedic in the acclaimed Metal Gear Solid Series, including the titles:
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence
Heather also appears as various characters in the anime series ‘Monster’ for the Chiller Network and she performs in the animated series ‘Ben 10’ for Cartoon Network.
She plays Chloe Valens in Tales of Legendia, Vanessa in Final Fight Street Wise, Chase Turner in Eco Rangers, several characters in EverQuest II: Desert of Flames, Miyoko and Angela in Rogue Galaxy: Event 16, Talia and Ailani in Lil’ Bratz Partytime DVD, Mirabelle in Bounty, and many more.
Heather also lends her unique character voice and singing talents to:
Chat Diva Barbie
…and several other toys for Fisher Price and Mattel.
Heather has voiced many characters for Nick Jr.’s award-winning animated series ‘Olivia The Piglet’.
Most recently she appeared on Cartoon Network’s ‘Secret Mountain Fort Awesome’, voicing several characters for the show.
Heather Halley has appeared in numerous live theatre productions throughout her career, including:
The Fantasticks – for which she won the prestigious Backstage West Garland Theater Award.
Cabaret - with artistic director, Lane Davies at the renowned SRCC Theatre Company
Let’s Get a Divorce – with notable director, David Ralphe
Hello Dolly – at the historical Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama’s Hung You In The Closet And I’m Feelin’ So Sad
Theatre 68’s 1940s Radio Hour: Night Stories
Theatre 68’s The Atheist, in which we starred and earned much critical acclaim.
Heather has trained and performed with Tim Robbins’ award-winning company The Actor’s Gang, Brian Drillinger at Larry Moss’ Edgemar Center for the Arts and Improv with the Acme Theatre Company and Second City.
She also studied the art of puppetry with The Jim Henson Company in New York and worked alongside master puppeteers Kevin Clash, (Elmo) and Rick Lyons, the Tony Award winning puppeteer/creator of “Avenue Q”.
While studying on an academic scholarship at Moorpark Junior College, Heather auditioned for and became a regular on HBO’s successful sitcom “Not Necessarily the News”, where she developed her craft while working with Damon Wayans and many other gifted comedians and performers.
Heather’s on-camera career continued with many guest-starring roles on television and independent film, including performing alongside Laura Dern and the late Rue McClanahan in “The Strange Case of Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde”.
She appeared as the Doctor in “The Young and the Evil” for director Julian Breece, a film that competed in the Cannes Film Festival in 2008.
Her on-camera commercial resume includes recent national spots for:
…and many others
Heather has most recently performed on-camera for Director Barney Cheng in “The Ex” (2012) and is currently preparing to appear in his upcoming film “The Baby Blanket” (2012).
A former professional dancer and choreographer, Heather studied under master choreographer and teacher, Patsy Swayze. Swayze became a major influence in Heather’s life and it was at Swayze’s studio in Simi Valley, California where Heather was given the opportunity to teach autistic, deaf and blind children. Her experience with those children encouraged her to study and become fluent in American Sign Language; a skill she holds close to her heart.
Heather earned an academic scholarship to Moorpark Junior College, where she studied theater and film and became an active member of the college’s Dance and Theatre Company. She toured frequently during this time throughout Los Angeles County, performing for inner-city children.
After graduating Moorpark, Heather continued her studies at Cal State Northridge, furthering her theatre studies while singing in the prestigious woman’s chorale program.
Heather’s Voice Over Theater
Commercial Demo Reel
Dialogue Demo Reel
Animation Demo Reel
Promo Demo Reel
Voice Over - Clip 1
VO Page 5
Voice Over - Clip 4
Voice Over - Clip 3
Voice Over - Clip 6
Voice Over - Clip 5
Voice Over - Clip 8
Voice Over - Clip 7
Voice Over - Clip 2
Theatrical Demo Reel
The Young and Evil
Heather’s On-Camera Theater
FearNotTV.com - Lorraine Warren Interview
Tweets by @heatherhalley
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