Looking for a US voiceover in Copenhagen? Kay Xander Mellish provides mature female voiceovers; Georgia Elle Mellish offers a young female voiceover. They work on corporates, advertisements, podcasts, and e-learning modules.
The Visit Denmark deepfake project
Kay is the voice behind “Mona Lisa” and several other characters from the history of art in Visit Denmark’s viral deepfake project.
In the project, Vincent van Gogh, the Statue of Liberty, the father and daughter of “American Gothic” and Jan Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring” all encourage travelers to visit Denmark instead of standard tourist attractions.
The ad copy for the project was also written by artificial intelligence, although adapted slightly by human hands.
Georgia speaks flawless Danish – she was born in Denmark and attended Danish school – as well as flawless English, having grown up in an American household.
She began her voiceover career at age 8, saying “KREA for kids!” over and over for a children’s drawing set advertisement. During her growing-up years, Georgia voiced other corporate and advertising videos on request.
Now 18 years old, she can be booked for voiceovers in any Copenhagen studio.
Georgia also has a home studio where she can produce basic voiceovers on request.
What customers say
Kay Xander Mellish er en super dygtig speaker. Meget sikker og professionel. Og med gode evner i at sætte sig ind i en rolle, hvilket gør hendes speaks mere levende.
“Kay Xander Mellish er utrolig dygtig og en fornøjelse at arbejde sammen med.”
Kay’s advertising voiceovers
Kay Xander Mellish has voiced advertising campaigns as large as Lego’s products for Disney’s “Frozen 2” and as small as local electronic game startups. She often portrays a mother or businesswoman. Listen to a sample of Kay’s advertising tone.
Kay’s corporates and e-learning
Kay’s warm, likeable tones are perfect for corporate explainer videos and e-learning voiceovers. She has provided voices for e-learning customers that include Novo Nordisk, Chr Hansen, and Haldor Topsoe. Hear a sample of Kay’s e-learning voiceover.
Kay’s podcasts and eBooks
Kay has been the voice behind the “How to Live in Denmark podcast” since 2013, and has also leant her authoritative, almost unaccented voice to corporate podcasts, as well as the eBook versions of her own books. Hear a sample of Kay’s eBook voice.