Mallorie is an experienced voice and on-camera talent with a diverse background of projects: from Emmy-winning TV commercials, to radio ads for Fortune 500 companies, international product launch campaigns, and video games with cult followings.
She has experience in TV, radio, digital video, social media content, industrials, narration, animation, and video games. With a fully-equipped in-home studio as well as relationships with several Dallas recording spaces, Mallorie can cater to a variety of voiceover needs.
As a performer, Mallorie has been acting and singing since she was a young girl. Over the years, she's had roles in more than 15 theatre productions, including operas, musicals, and classical theatre. Mallorie studied voiceover with Bruce Carey, owner of VoicesCarey and seasoned voice artist. She holds a Masters degree from Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX, and two Bachelors degrees from Drury University in Springfield, MO.
Today, Mallorie has worked on more than 75 TV shows (animated and live action) and numerous national and local ad campaigns. Most recently, you can see Mallorie co-starring in an episode of the National Geographic miniseries The Long Road Home. In 2014, she was nominated for Breakthrough Voice Actress of the Year by Behind the Voice Actors.
In addition to a career in voiceover and acting, Mallorie has worked in advertising for a decade. She knows firsthand how the right voice talent can make a good TV spot great, or how a radio script can be brought to life with the perfect voice. As an advertiser Mallorie has worked with clients such as TGI Fridays, Dr Pepper, and Firehouse Subs. Professional and well-mannered, Mallorie is a voice over artist that you and your team will want to work with again.
Mallorie is represented by Mary Collins Agency in Dallas, Texas, for both voiceover and on-camera work.