Hamid Khosravanipour

Voice Over Actor | Director | Casting Director | Author

Hamid is a versatile voice-over actor. He can mimic the voice of everything from a soldier to a completely fictionalized robot-dragon hybrid. He has a professional work ethic and quality recording equipment.

Hamid Khosravanipour is a native of southeastern Louisiana. After living in many other cities across the country, he returned to the Greater New Orleans area. He enjoys being near his family and loves the unique culture of this area. New Orleans is where he first began to explore his own talents as a creator of films.



  • Hamid is said to resemble Cat Stevens, Andy Samberg, Little Dicky, and Paul Rudd.
  • Hamid's first ever audition was to play "Greg" in "Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl". Based on Jesse Andrews Novel.
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An Adaptable Voice

Vocal Age Range: Young men in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s.

Vocal Tone Range: Mid-Low, Mid, High

Accents: Standard American, London British, Eastern European

Special Voice Skills: Realistic and Grounded Reads, Character Voices, Creature/Monster Sounds, and Battle Efforts.

Home Studio

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Ben made a promise to fulfill his friend’s dying wish. Now, after having taken unusual steps to carry it out, Ben must convince his stunned ex-fiancee to join him on a wild adventure in Iceland.


New Creators Film Awards



Video Game: The Fall of Aether Station (PC, Steam)

Battle through the stars defending your space station against waves of merciless aliens in this challenging tower defense game. Upgrade, customize, and tactically place your ships in 15 levels of sci-fi action!