You'll hear the difference a professional voice makes.
And so will your audience.

Give your voiceover projects the prestige, nuance, and personality that connects with your target audience.
  
  

I'm Sharon Mann, an American actress based in Paris, who specializes in voiceovers for commercials, documentaries, and corporate films as well as dubbing feature films and cartoons. 
      
  

You can hear my voice:
  • Whispering in silvery anticipation as a cheetah stalks a gazelle on National Geographic
  • Tempting George Clooney with another frothy shot of Nespresso (it's his 4th, but who's counting!)
  • Reporting the latest technological advances by GovSat-1 and Hyperloop


Listen how a clear, crafted voiceover
elevates a film from average to awesome


More than just a pretty voice... I'm a native English copywriter.
As a copywriter, I specialize in writing scripts, slogans & taglines, and ad copy for French corporate and luxury brand films.

Because I'm bilingual and bicultural, I expertly adapt existing scripts into English, so your message is clear, concise, and respects the original intention -- capturing your audience's attention and keeping it.

It's not enough to simply translate French voiceovers & content into English. Let me "culture-proof" your message, so the ideas resonate with international audiences and move them to action.

Working with Sharon, I find the level of skill and dedication that I experienced in Hollywood while working for Ubisoft.

Jeff Spock
Narrative Director, Amplitude Studios

Like what you're hearing?
I'm available for recordings in professional studios all over the Paris region or via Skype sessions.

Together, in the studio, we'll talk about your project. I'll craft the voiceover that best suits its unique character and offer the human touch that keeps audiences engaged.

For brand stories that keep audiences listening

Contact me about a project

What Sharon brought to the project was decisive. Her voice together with the music made for a small miracle.

Her acting, timbre, and intonations carried these two minutes of film, and raised it from the level of a simple resume of facts to a moment of grace and emotion, without false affectation, with great simplicity and warmth that touches people's hearts and gives you goose bumps.

Not to mention, she's someone with whom it's particularly enjoyable to work.


Jean-François Bouchet
Copywriter, DDB Paris