The voiceover Dynamic Duo – dubbing remotely Source-Connect
November 11, 2021

Los Angeles, CA – Grant George and Jessica Gee-George, full-time professional voice actors, are celebrating their success as America’s favorite husband and wife voiceover team, “The Dynamic Duo.”

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Grant and Jessica deliver stunning voiceovers for projects worldwide using their broadcast-quality home studio. Also, equipped with top-quality Neumann and Sennheiser microphones and other professional recording and remote dubbing technologies

The pair’s studio has empowered them to host top remote recording Source-Connect sessions, to-picture dubbing and ADR sessions, directed sessions, and more. They create high-quality partner reads, commercial voiceovers, animated cartoon voices, narrations, and corporate and political advertisements in the voiceover business.

“As a husband and wife team, we are able to showcase real, authentic chemistry,” remarked Grant and Jessica. “We show chemistry that can only be seen between people who know and love each other as much as we do, especially through television and radio. With thousands of credits between us, we are excited to bring our chemistry and 50 years of experience to new projects each day,” they added.

In 2003, the duo embarked on a lifelong journey of discovering their love and professional admiration for each other, and today has thousands of credits between them. The two love to build on their unique connection and chemistry. They work together as a husband and wife duo. Jessica portrays the wife-in-the-know while Grant plays the husband who tries a bit too hard with his silly ideas. They showcase this dynamic in various voiceover settings.

The happily married “Dynamic Duo” continues to impress. Grant and Jessica Gee-George are reckoned as award-winning voiceovers. To learn more about America’s top husband and wife voiceover team, please visit

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