At the time of writing the Champions League Final featuring Liverpool and Real Madrid is just around the corner. And I’m pleased to be the voiceover of a series of TV commercials featuring a player for both clubs Michael Owen. He’s also won the title too so there is a nice link here!
Personal Injury solicitors Gowing Law have a series of TV commercials featuring Michael Owen. In the ads he appears as a TV pundit reviewing his accident. They’re pretty fun and a light hearted look at a serious subject, while also having a tongue in cheek laugh at his own injury woes.
I provide the voiceover of the end credit on all 3 commercials. You can see the ads for yourself below.
Clearly if you have an injury follow Michael’s advice. However if you need a voiceover like this one, then it’s me you need to get in touch with..!
It’s a Thursday evening, the rain is hammering on the windows as well befits July in the UK. Before I head off to bed to dream of whatever comes to mind this time (The other day I dreamt I accidentally torched a local tourist attraction) I have just had a quick look at the stats for this website.
It’s really interesting reading actually and fascinating the amount of information that our friends at Google collect. I can tell you things like are you reading this on a desktop computer, or a phone? Are you using an Apple device, or a Windows machine? Let me tell you on that score it is bad news for Bill Gates, as only 4% of visitors to my website use one of those, it’s all Apple and Samsung here it seems!
I also know which town you’re in, the colour of your front door, the names of your pets, and just what is in the top drawer of your bedside table. Ok, maybe not quite that much, but you get the idea of just how much some of the mega corporations we buy from must know about us, cos well they know what you buy and where you live for starters..
So, to the title question
Within all of this information Google have sent me is a list of search terms that people have entered into Google, and have subsequently clicked onto my site based on that. Sure you get all the voiceover terms you’d expect, but there was a bit of a curveball in there. One of the most common terms sending people to me over the past month has been “who is the voiceover for the We Buy Any Car advert”, referring to the WeBuyAnyCar.com series like this one…
Lots of people have been searching Google for the answer, and as people frantically search voiceover websites to work it out a fair few have headed here. If you’re one of them, welcome along, I have good news for you..!
In case you’re wondering, the voiceover for the We Buy Any Car commercial is not me (unfortunately), however to help you sleep easier tonight and to save you further searching, you will find the answer to the million dollar Google question is (Drumroll SFX)