Chris Brinkley Productions

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Chris is..

an experienced radio personality, emcee, voiceover artist, and NCAA Division I broadcaster. He also co-produced, wrote, and hosted two nationally syndicated radio shows heard on stations throughout the United States. With a varied communications background and extensive vocal repertoire, Chris possesses unparalleled experience and unique, vocal versatility. As a current basketball and football play-by-play announcer, he delivers enthusiasm and excitement. As the voice of several documentaries seen on the History Channel and PBS, he brings a trustworthiness and credibility to his delivery that captures the essence of the filmmaker’s vision. Chris currently devotes his time to voiceover acting and audiobook narration, is a sought after speaker and emcee for a variety of live events each year, and produces and writes the Quizzigory Podcast and Quizzigory books and audio books. As a voice over artist, he is an elite talent who puts a priority on making sure the client is 100% satisfied. He is willing to visit with the client over the phone, by email, or even Skype to enhance the collaborative effort needed to create the perfect vocal delivery.

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D-Day in HD

I have never met Clarence “Mac” Evans, but I feel like I know him. In 2014, I voiced the younger version of Mac for the D-Day in HD documentary produced by The History Channel. If I were to meet him today, I would shake his hand and simply say “thank you”. I would thank him […]