Happy Clients

"To be lucky enough to work with a voice talent like Michael is truly an honor!"

Bruce Gibb

"Michael has an uncanny knack for being able to quickly intuit the tone and inflection needed for any script, from a tech manual to a wine and cheese festival."

Ray Fister

"Michael is always on time, prepared, rehearsed, and always professional."

Ramji Thiagarajan

"Michael Casper is accommodating, prompt and thorough. It was a real pleasure working with him."

"Few voice talents in the biz get it. Michael Casper does. He makes your message stand out - both from a voice over and production aspect. Looking for 'ad creative' that gets listeners talking (and thinking) about your client? You absolutely need to work with Michael."

"I've utilized Michael Casper and his amazing talents for two decades. Incredible voice over, character voices, attention to detail...he hits it out of the park every time."

Dr. Richard Zielinski

"Michael Casper brings a theatrical flair with his vocal talent that rises above the rest."

"Michael Casper is one of those rare talents that becomes immersed in the company and brand’s DNA. His unique voice and interpretation of scripts has has made him a most recognized voice artist."

Audio Samples

    Video Samples

    Richard Petty - Gravely Professional Mowers - What The Pros Use

    Hydraulics Narration for Mercury Marine

    New Holland Narration for Video

    The Life and Times of Lilly the Lash: Jungle Jive Book Trailer

    Memaar Building Systems Introduction

    Contact Michael Casper

    Michael Casper Voices

    About Michael Casper

    Michael began his career in radio at KFIZ in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin while still in college at U.W. Oshkosh.

    His childhood dream was to be a stand-up comedian, and he thought the way to break into the business was to get closer to the west coast, so after winning Showtime's "Funniest Person in Wisconsin" title, he moved to California, taking a job at KSUE as the afternoon drive host.

    It was short layover in Susanville before KROW–KNEV in Reno, Nevada called, offering him the morning drive slot. While living in Reno, his stand-up won him Showtime's "Funniest Person in Nevada" title.

    Radio brought him back to Wisconsin where he worked until new ownership, wanting to "go in a different direction," summarily fired him.

    Having continued to hone his skills as a stand-up in Milwaukee and Chicago, the day he was fired was the day he considered himself a full time comedian.

    He moved to Chicago and spent the next ten years working his way up the comedic ladder which took him from New York to Las Vegas, and literally everywhere in between.

    He appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Comedy Central, The Bob & Tom Show, and Showtime. Between clubs and corporate gigs, he acted, wrote a screenplay, and modeled in print and on the runway.

    Again migrating back to Wisconsin, he spent two years as a sales and technical trainer with Mercury Marine, before landing back in radio, and beginning his voice over career.