Claudio Napoleoni

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Montreal, Qc
  • bilingual voice-over artist
  • actor
  • public address announcer

Claudio Napoleoni (born in 1970 in Montreal, Qc) is a bilingual voice-over artist, actor and public address announcer from Laval, Quebec.

Voice-Over Work

The owner of CN VoiceOvers[1], Napoleoni has done voice-overs for many television and radio commercials, corporate video presentations and documentaries in both English and French. He narrated the 2017 short film called Oscar, which took second place at the fifth Firenze FilmCorti festival. His work on The Seven Fires Totem won a Muse Award in 2017. He began his career in student radio at Dawson College.

Public Address Work

He has been the bilingual home public address announcer [2] for the inaugural 2017–2018 season for the Laval Rocket, an AHL farm team of the NHL hockey club, the Canadiens de Montréal that plays at Place Bell (Laval, Quebec), He earned the position in a competition with over 300 contestants that was decided by more than 5000 voters. He was already well known in the city for his prior public address work. In 2015 and 2016 he had been the public address announcer for FC Montreal, a United Soccer league affiliate of the MLS soccer club called Montreal Impact. From 2012 to 2015, he was the voice of the Laval Comets, a semi-professional women’s soccer team in the USL W-League.

Previous Career

Before starting a full-time voice-over career, Claudio Napoleoni served as the marketing director for Nita Equipment Inc, a manufacturer of pre-press printing and pressure-sensitive labeling application equipment.


Film Role Genre Year
The Seven Fires Totem[3] Narrator Documentary 2017
Oscar[4] Narrator Animated Short Film 2017
SWEPT Sweeping Energetic Particle Telescope - Space Radiation Detector[5] Narrator Science Documentary 2012
Téléscope Canadien - Balayeur de Particules Énergétiques SWEPT[6] Narrator Science Documentary 2012

Public Address Work

Team Year
Laval Rocket 2017-2018
FC Montreal 2016-2017
Laval Comets 2013-2015


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