August 8, 2012


Jennifer Julian brings a rare honesty with a bright excitement to the big, wide world of voice-overs, having voiced over 200 commercials, films and television programs throughout her 15-year career. She is currently the signature voice of Build-A-Bear Workshop and a recent graduate of renowned voice over coach Nancy Wolfson. When asked what Jennifer brings to the vo party, Nancy says: “Everything! In terms of her emotional quality, she brings honesty to a bright excitement. There is a lightness about her that’s refreshingly real. Of the things we’re all suspicious of – Jennifer’s good because her brightness is actually authentic.”

As a successful voice over artist, some of Jennifer’s past highlights include working with the late, great Sydney Pollack on the suspense thriller “The Interpreter” starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn, voice-matching for Gwyneth Paltrow on Miramax’s “A View From the Top”, and freaking people out when they find out she is one of the original Hot Pocket jingle girls (“Whadya gonna pick? HOT POCKETS!). In addition to voice over, Jennifer has also crafted a flourishing career in performance, working professionally in the fields of theatre, film, television and radio. On stage she has toured nationally performing in Eric Idle’s ‘Exploit’s Monty Python’ and ‘Greedy Bastard’ (unprecedented female lead) tours at venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. Jennifer has also been a top-rated on-air personality for Clear Channel Communications.