Andy Taylor. Voice Over. Narration. Emcee. Announcer. Radio. Television. Stage.
Andy Taylor has been using his voice to earn a living since bailing on a weak attempt at a college education in 1993. Bored out of his mind at Emerson College while working a broadcasting job in Boston, he set out on a “radio journey” that so many of today’s voice artists also endured…
After spending time in the beautiful Blue Ridge of Western Carolina, the open deserts west of Tombstone, and in the “antithesis of opulence” along coastal Palm Beach…Andy finally planted stakes in the Ozarks. For 15-years his Morning Show paid the bills, including a highly-rated 10-year run on the legendary KTTS.
Since 2002, Andy has also been known as “The Voice of the U.S. Open” in New York, where his voice can be heard on-site and on television throughout the fortnight of tennis’ final Grand Slam. (“Andy Taylor – One of the Four Tenors of Tennis” – World Tennis Gazette). Today, he emcees premier tennis tournaments and sporting events across the country and around the world – including the Olympic and Arab Games, Indian Wells, Memphis and Doha.
From his studio in Boston, he creatively teams with partners and clients across the globe producing internet video content, radio and television commercials, special event vignettes, in-stadium sports features, instructional videos, podcast production, audiobooks and more – always pursuing the vast array of new and innovative voiceover opportunities that permeate a rapidly changing performance and marketing landscape.
Fun fact: For two years, Andy shared the stage with Jerry Springer in a live version of the legendary game show “The Price is Right!” for Freemantle Media.