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Ingeborg Riedmaier
Realtime Voices
 New York, US
Bio

Ingeborg is a successful voice over artist with a variety of experience in radio, television, cinema, corporate video narration, animation, telephony and live events as well as thoroughly enjoying her work as an audiobook narrator.

Her natural accent is South African and her passion for languages and extensive travel through Europe and the United States has given Ingeborg a keen ear for imitating speech patterns and accents, including Neutral English, Cockney, Irish, French, German, Russian, American (Mid-Atlantic and Southern) and numerous South African dialects.

As a talented writer and versatile actress, her delivery is warm, inviting, seductive, sophisticated and beguiling. She also has a special affinity for character work; anything from a ditzy shopaholic to an other-worldly mysterious heroine, a scurvy riddled pirate-wench to a glowing young mom.

Although she is happiest on stage or in front of the camera, she enjoys entertaining “the theatre of the mind” from behind the microphone.

voice Details
Gender:Female
Language:English (South Africa)
Age Range:26 to 35
Recording Type:Commercials TV, Commercials Radio, Trailers, Promo , On Hold, IVR, Audio Book, Animation, Documentaries, Corporate Narration
Style:Intimate
Union Affiliation:SAG-AFTRA eligible
Production Capability:Home Studio
Demos (4)
1
This is a sample from the first chapter of the romance trilogy "Alpha Men" by international best selling author Natasha Anders who was recently nominated for a RITA (Romance Writers of America) Award for "The Wingman". The book introduces over 30 female and male South African characters both young and old who reappear throughout the book series. Ingeborg thoroughly enjoyed narrating this beautiful love story which evolves into a scorching love affair. (Other chapter samples available upon request)
2
A few samples of Ingeborg's commercial, explainer, elearning and telephony work.
3
This is episode 2 of the podcast Restoration Row where Ingeborg narrates the true life story of Abigail Rasminsky in "HOW AN ECCENTRIC FRENCH WOMAN CURED MY CHRONIC PAIN — AND HEALED MY SOUL". This is a story about how a dancer living in New York, who travels across the ocean on a desperate hunt to find a cure for her chronic pain. She ends up in an old hovel in Paris, where she is forced to give up most of what she thought she knew to regain her health and rediscover herself.
4
This is the first chapter of the thrilling first offering of S.L Grey - The Mall. Described by The Independent as "One of the cleverest, creepiest and most memorable horror novels for ages" . The book and trilogy involve a myriad of South African original characters that Ingeborg had the pleasure of bringing to life. (Other chapter samples available upon request)

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