Professional Voice Over Talent in Seattle, WA
Lisa Foster has worked in the voice over and radio & television broadcasting field since 1992 and her voice is one of the most versatile in the industry.
With Lisa’s wide range of voice-over styles, she can easily provide your voice project with the exact sound you’re looking for.
So, poke around the site for a bit, listen to her voice demos and contact her any time if you have any questions (she’s nice to talk to too!).
Radio Imaging Demo
Character Voice Demo
Oh yeah, she’s more than just a voice.
Lisa’s voice styles and versatility bring life to your messages.
Lisa works with voice talents of all levels.
Professional state of the art recording equipment.
In studio or patch directing for audio projects.
Need the script written? No problem.
Assistance with the home studio setup, recording tutorials, and computer training.
Lisa Foster’s voice over career has been around for a while.
Her broadcasting and voice over experience began in little ol’ Sacramento, CA back in 1991. She was the weekend traffic reporter on Rush Limbaugh’s flagship station, KFBK.
Lisa moved her radio career to Seattle in 1992 where she was the traffic reporter that Seattle commuters relied upon on more than 14 different radio and TV stations. She started really learning the radio ropes on Pat Cashman’s Morning Show on KING 1090 that same year.
Lisa created more than 6 different “personas” on a variety of Seattle radio stations in the early 90’s, including “Kendall Elliott” on 107.7 The END, “Danielle Clark” on KJR, “Lisa Hunter” on 97.3 KBSG, and “Christine Russell” on KISW. She teamed up again with Cashman in 1996 to co-host his morning talk radio show on 100.7 The BUZZ, and again on KOMO AM 1000 in 1999. She went on to co-host the popular morning drive radio show “The Mitch & Lisa Show” on KLSY’s MIX 92.5. In addition to her radio work, Lisa has been the voice for many well-known companies, video games, corporate training, animation, and TV and radio ads.
Lisa began training and coaching emerging voice over talent in 2007, and is one of the best voice over coaches around. Her Creative Director skills really shine in the production booth, and she has produced and directed hundreds of audio projects in major cities across the U.S.
She has also done numerous TV appearances, including being named Seattle KING 5 Evening Magazine’s Best of Western Washington’s Most Eligible Bachelorette, guest spots on the popular “Almost Live!” show, as well as hosting “CBS Survivor” cast search and KIRO TV’s “Star Search”.
She has also written and performed stand-up comedy and has hosted many charity events and auctions in the Seattle area. Lisa Foster can also be heard on the popular podcast “Peculiar Podcast with Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster” that debuted in January 2012.