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Lockwood Voices

by Laura Lockwood

Professional voiceover demo featuring an array of commercial and character voices.


And now, the right podcast.

Trash Hour is a weekly culture podcast hosted by Nick Benevenia and Laura Lockwood. They dig through the trash of the world and show you the best gems.


Two words: five stars.

Laura is an amazing voice artist with timely delivery, great communication, and excellent finished product. I will be using her services again!
— Valerie Meiners, Editor
Laura is a GREAT talent and incredibly accommodating on my tight time schedule. ALWAYS a pleasure to work with!!
— David Brier, DBD International
Every episode I get more impressed and I laugh harder. Great talent here!
— Douglas Philippe, Innocence Is Futile
Laura has delivered flawless interpretations of two of my audiobook scripts and she is nothing short of brilliant. I consider her my muse and will continue to work with her.
— Ken Phelps, Deviance
Awesome, as always, I love working with Laura and will use her again for my next script.
— Jennifer Brookland, Tanzania 21st Century Basic Education Project
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Laura Lockwood hails from off-the-grid North Idaho, having developed voices and accents from a young age and impersonating anything she could get her ears on. She attended undergrad at Grinnell College in Iowa, pursuing her passions in French and Psychology, and ultimately realizing she couldn't quiet the voices in her head. VoiceTrax San Francisco and voice actor Doug Boyd opened her eyes and ears to the vast world of voice acting upon her plunge into the field and she never looked back. She now works at CBS Radio Boston, boasts a broad array of commercial and character voices, highly malleable and ever-growing, and giggles to herself that she's found a way to get paid for letting out what she can't hold back: Voices.