Aaron Bradley (Voice Actor)

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Aaron Bradley (Voice Actor)
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Born (1978-08-02) August 2, 1978 (age 45)
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
CitizenshipUnited States
  • A-aron Media, Inc.
  • CESD Talent Agency

Aaron Bradley (born August 2, 1978) is an American voice actor, broadcaster, teacher, and entrepreneur. Bradley, a former TV news personality, is best known for his work in Life is No Joke, Shiver, and A Relief of Silence.[1] Throughout his career, he has provided voiceovers for numerous networks, TV & radio stations, commercials, narration, e-learning, and gaming.[2]

Bradley has over two decades of experience in voiceovers as an industry specialist and has voiced promos for prolific organizations such as FOX Chicago, CBS Cincinnati, FOX Denver, CBS Detroit, CBS Network, CNN, Discovery Channel, the History Channel, HBO Documentaries, ABC’s 20/20 and many more TV affiliates across America as well as hundreds of commercials, narration and video game work.

Bradley is also a voiceover teacher offering his expertise to aspiring artists in Southern California and beyond. He specializes in octave and pitch versatility in the TV Affiliate and promo work area, with his courses and webinars reaching thousands of students from all over the world. Bradley has trained with the late Peter Thomas (Forensic Files) and top Los Angeles voice coaches David Alden, Marc Cashman, and Dave Walsh.

Early life and education

Bradley was born on August 2, 1978, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He began acting around the age of seven and eventually joined the community and regional theatre scene in New York City and Philadelphia.

Bradley completed his college education at Burlington County College, the University of California and Mississippi State University. Bradley is also a certified meteorologist.


Bradley began his career when he was still in high school. He started his own talk radio show - “Aaron in the Afternoon,” on station WBZC-FM which was eventually ranked # 1 in all of American college radio by the National Association of College Broadcasters.

The success of “Aaron in the Afternoon” attracted several career opportunities for Bradley, gaining the attention of the Philadelphia Inquirer, who did a feature story on him. Soon after the release of this feature, Bradley got the opportunity to enter the commercial talk radio industry in Atlantic City and later Philadelphia, at Philadelphia’s official Talk Station WWDB-FM as a weekend evening jock.

In 1999, Bradley released his first voiceover demo which resulted in him being signed by several local casting agents. While doing some regional voice work, Bradley interned with CBS News in New York, which resulted in him eventually signing a deal with Conrad Shadlen (now Willinger Talent), one of the leading TV news agents. Soon Bradley started working on-air for FOX, CBS, and NBC affiliates all across America, including powerhouse CN8, Philadelphia and WSVN-TV Miami. In 2003, Bradley, after attaining substantial recognition in TV news, also opened a new home studio and joined Voice123, becoming one of the original members of Voice123.[3] During this time, he continued working in TV news and was the stadium announcer for the Golden Baseball League and a commercial voice for numerous TV and radio campaigns for the New York Yankees. In 2010, Bradley left TV news to become full-time in voiceover working from his home studios in both Los Angeles and San Diego. Bradley specializes in TV affiliate promo work.

Personal life

Bradley currently resides in Los Angeles and San Diego.

In the media



  1. "Aaron Bradley". IMDb. Retrieved 2 October 2021.
  2. "Welcome to the #1 Marketplace for Voice Over Talent". Voices. Retrieved 2 October 2021.
  3. "Voice123 | World's 1st voice over marketplace". Voice123. Retrieved 2 October 2021.

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