Joe Paulino - Voice Guy


Hi. Thanks for checking out my Web Site.
It's hard for me to believe that I've been in the VO Biz for well over 30 years now,
But I still love talking into microphones, and I'd like nothing more than
to do some of that talking on your behalf.

Please click on any of the 12 pictures below to hear some examples of my work.
(don't worry - none is over a minute and most are around :30)

To arrange for an audition or booking,
please call John or Dee Dee at JE Talent at 415/395-9475
or Vanessa at TGM at 323/850-6767.
or Carol at GoVoices in Denver at 303/623-2723

Want more Joe?  
Click on these links to some other cool projects I'm involved with:

My dear High School friend Tim White and I have created an award-winning CD,
inhale slowly
It's absolutely perfect for yoga, meditation, road-rage neutralization,
or just staring off into space while doing nothing (something we all should do more of).
Please do check it out at

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For over 15 years, I've been improvising the music of The Future and The Pasture with
These Are Not My Hands
We've provided hundreds of hours of Spontaneous Compositions for
art projects, short films and our own enjoyment... no two alike.
Hear some amazing MusicSpew from James Carraway, David Cuetter, Mark Purvis,
Ed Holmes, Amanda Moody, and an ever-shifting line-up of Guest Digits.

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Since 2012, my alter ego Bill Heywatt and I have been a part of
Marc Hershon's Comedy Podcast Podcast, Succotash.
It's a great rundown of the current and best in Comedy Podcasting,
Often featuring guests like Dana Carvey, Will Durst and Mark Pitta.
If you go for humor that is occasionally NSFW, click here now.

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Check out the Drum-Out™ website, devoted to a party Juline and I threw annually for 16 years
- when the ringing in my ears finally said "enough!"


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