Tre Mosley

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Bio : Tre Mosley is the well-known and well-versed Las Vegas voiceover veteran. He has voiced promos for NBA, ABC, HBO, Comedy Central, WWE, Sundance, NASCAR, MLB Network, ESPN and more, plus various commercials. Since 2019 Tre has played commentator DJ Tre Mo for EA Sports Madden NFL, along with voicing tutorials and matchups. Other video game credits include Starfield, Cobra Kai 2, After The Fall. He is the narrator for his beloved Las Vegas Raiders and has voiced many corporate narrations for clients such as Jeep and Pfizer and the TV documentaries 'Breaking Beyond' and 'Kings'. He has also worked as a PA Announcer for Live Sports Events. He can be heard in ‘Jaxon’s Magical Adventures’ an audiobook by Tamara Shiloh, playing several characters, as ‘General Condor’ in the anti-bullying video 'Junga The Dancing Yeti' and as lead Jack Ross in the Animation 'The Chronicles of Jack Ross: The Specialist’. He's provided ADR for the Feature Film ‘Death Wish’ starring Bruce Willis and for the TV show ‘Mr. Robot’ as a soundalike for A$AP Rocky. An excellent mimic, he has performed soundalikes for Idris Elba, Bernie Mack, Will Smith, and Keith David. Tre also hosts his own podcast ‘Take Time Out With Tre Mosley’.

Experience: impressionist, Corporate, ADR, Movie Trailers, Audio Book, Podcast, Narration, Documentary, Video Game, Animation, Commercial, Promo

Type: Voiceover, Actor, Male

Vocal Age Range: 25-35, 35-45, 40-50

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Description : With a voice that can speak to the streets, the boardroom or just be one of the guys, Tre is the go to African-American voice. Effortlessly versatile with a range that can flip on a dime. From deep, rich gravitas to warm, smooth, urban cool. Whether it’s a promo, trailer, narration, characters or story, Tre can deliver from his professional Las Vegas studio. Tre is a One Voice Award Winner!

Style: Urban, deep, rich, smooth, expressive, warm

Documentary Style: Medical, Lifestyle, Sports

Accent: American Southern States, Standard American, American Midwest, American-Standard

Native Voice: American