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    GBS Satellite (Friendly Smooth Narration) Wetzle's Pretzles - Silly Tag & Friendly Announcer Jeep (Straight Narration) AARP End Hunger (Narration with Thick Voice) Frankenberry (Karloff Character Voice) Diet V8 Splash (Friendly Narration) Frank's Pizza (Country Western Gruff Voice)

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Arthur Futuro [Pilot]

Public Address Announcer

Great Mustachio Filmworks

Keansburg Amusement Park (Commercial)


Henry Dabbs Productions


Hunting in the Past

Barry & Gary (Radio Drama Voices)

Peter Gillette

Stardust Memories

Emergency Room Intern

Rollins-Joffe Productions

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Rhaandarite Crewman

Paramount Pictures

Steven Lance is best known for his role as the alien crewman in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and is eager to accept similar roles in heavy prosthetic make-up (including victims). Steve's specialty, however, is his versatile Voice-Over work, from his natural friendly, smooth rich baritone to more than 30 character voices, impressions, and dialects perfect for animation, video games, commercials, and off-camera voices like those he has done for the film "Hunting in the Past," and the "Arthur Futuro" TV Pilot

Physical Characteristics / Measurements

Height: 5'7"

Weight: 140 lbs

Eyes: Blue

Hair Color: Black

Hair Length: Short


Narrator-Rich Baritone, Cartoon Voices, Characterizations, Impressions, Disc Jockey [straight], Disc Jockey-Exaggerate, Boris Karloff--natural, Frakenberry/Karloff, Scotty [Star Trek], Jimmy Stewart [voice], Lance LeGault [voice], Popeye [+ singing], Yoda [voice], Yogi Bear [voice], Accents, Dialects, Bowling, Equestrian - Western, Fencing, Sailing, Clarinet, Comedian, Disc Jockey, Host, Impressionist, Improvisation, Licensed Driver, Teleprompter, Ventriloquist, Vocal Range: Baritone, Voiceover, American - New York Accent, British - Scouse/Liverpool Accent, Irish Accent, Russian Accent, Scottish Accent