|James Herron Voice Actor||
James Townsend Herron
James Herron is a tall, wiry ordinary American with an extraordinary voice. Herron was born in Cleveland Ohio in 1952 to an elementary school teacher mother and a father who was an aviator. James spent the majority of his childhood and teenage years in Maryland with his family where he graduated from Charles W. Woodward High School.
He went on to attend Montgomery College and during that time, worked at a small radio station.
James began his professional career as a voice actor in 1973 and
could be heard on the air at some of the America's most exciting and successful radio and television stations. For more than thirty years, his voice and on-air talent has been in demand nationwide.
His work includes narrating feature and historical documentaries for Film and Public Television programming. James is also an accomplished musician with years of study in music and percussion as a drummer. He played in a jazz quartet and was a member of the Montgomery County Orchestra. He continues his passion of music today.
James is a featured voice actor for America's finest recording and production facilities including The Soundtrack Group Boston and New York. James is regularly contracted by some of the nation’s largest advertising agencies, film studios, and direct and worldwide clientele.
The Story of Case Western Reserve University with narration from James Herron won (among 14,000 entries) the Silver Telly Award, considered the premier award for outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs and the finest video and film productions.
James Herron is a published author and volunteers as a mentor and literacy tutor. He contributes to local non-commercial television, is an avid golfer, supports environmentalism and is a lifetime member of the Topsfield Firefighter’s Relief Association. James is thoroughly immersed in his wonderful and gifted family.