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Hi, I'm Mia Sable.
Voiceover began for me about 9 years ago, however I've been using my voice professionally since 2003 when I started out as a singer-songwriter. I've had the pleasure of working on projects big and small...from Broadcast Commercials for major brands McDonald’s and Dunkin Donuts, to ADR for A-List film stars, to Business IVR for Toyota, GenTux, and AG Jeans, to Video Game voices for Valve and LEGO. I truly enjoy connecting with all types of people to work on a variety of projects because I find it to be fun and fulfilling to help people create, fix, and/or complete their thing.
I grew up as one of those kids in every singing, acting, and dancing thing I could find, and eventually left my hometown of Charlotte, NC for the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy in California. From there it was on to a BA from UCLA School of Theater Film & TV, and an MBA from USC Marshall School of Business in Entertainment and Communication. I spent my first 12 years in Los Angeles acting in front of the camera, honing my craft with the bests in town, and fronting my own band in performances from London to NYC to Sundance to SXSW until I discovered the perfect match for my skills in voiceover when a friend at MTV asked me to sing for an animated series. Having a musical ear has proven itself priceless in VO sessions when getting the line to hit each note just the way the client envisions it. Additionally, my business degree has given me unique insight into my clients needs, processes, and how I can best deliver for them.
When I’m not in the booth I’m usually playing with/working for a pint-sized 4 yr old version of myself (my daughter) who keeps my creative instincts on their toes around the clock! Our family enjoys traveling, swimming pools, entertaining friends and neighbors, and exploring events around town where live music and good food converge. Except in a pandemic...when I guess we pivot to long walks outdoors, baking bread, playing tablet games, and pretending to be characters from various kids shows until we drop.
FUN AND DONE.
Additional takes because we can, not because we have to.