Spectrio Voice of Choice: Annie Sage

spectrioBy Robyn Larson, Spectrio Creative Consultant

It was during a college Radio/TV class when Annie Sage realized she had found her true calling. “I kept being put in front of the camera and mic. I realized maybe I had something!” And that was the beginning of her 20 plus year career sharing her voice with the world! From radio to television to on hold marketing, Annie’s journey has been a busy and full one! That’s why we are proud to honor her with our most worthy and sought after Voice of Choice distinction!

“I started in radio in the mid to late 80’s,” Annie said of the early days. “I’ve been part of morning teams, I was midday air talent and I was also the Music Director at one of the stations I worked for.” In addition, Annie had a live video TV show and introduced movies of the week on one of her local TV stations. In between, she’s dabbled in exciting ADR projects for both Disney and Nickelodeon. She started doing on hold work with Phone on Hold in 1995 and jumped on board with Spectrio in January of 2013.

When asked what she enjoys most about being a voice talent, Annie doesn’t hesitate: “Everything! I love the freedom of my own studio. I also love to please the client…when they’re happy, I’m happy!”

Married for 24 years, Annie is mom to Stephen, Emily and Samantha. With Stephen just 17 months older than his identical twin sisters, Annie said the early days of their childhood were a little blurry! “Needless to say, I don’t remember a lot!” All three are college students and Stephen may be following in his mother’s footsteps….he’s studying broadcast journalism!

When not voicing, Annie enjoys playing softball and gardening. She’s also a puzzle nut. “There’s always a puzzle on my dining room table!” With her kids off at school, what are her future plans? “My aspiration is to stay healthy and enjoy the next chapter of my life!”

Take a listen to Annie's voice by clicking on her name below - and be sure to request her for your next Spectrio production!

Annie Sage

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