Mo Lotman is a voice talent with 25 years experience in the industry, during which time he’s educated your children, trained your doctor, and sold you laundry detergent. His work has spanned nearly every genre of voice-overs: advertising, narration, games, explainer videos, e-learning, animation, audio books, training, museum installations, medical reads, telephony, and live performance. When not doing sagacious narration, he might turn up as a steroidal oyster, a serial killer, or a fuzzy robot. From 2011 to 2018 he was the underwriting announcer for 89.7 WGBH public radio in Boston, and he spent a year as the host of the Boston Sunday Brunch on classical station 99.5 WCRB.
Clients have included food service (Subway, Papa Gino’s), financial services (Fidelity, Bank of America), games (Atari, Cryptic Studios), education (National Geographic, Harvard University), apparel (Eastern Mountain Sports, American Eagle Outfitters), biotech (AstraZeneca, Genzyme), and more (FedEx, Tide, Vonage, Staples).
For more information and many samples of Mo’s work, please visit his voice-over site, voicepro.org.