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Tivia (pronounced like Trivia without the letter "r") Lynnell is an actor with an instinctive vocal box that helps stories and words bloom.  Her intrinsic ability to be a vocal jukebox, delivering voiceover sounds filled with a visceral connection, is an asset for animation, audiobooks, documentaries as well as showcasing and promoting entrepreneurs, companies and services.  Regardless of the industry, Tivia relishes creating characters that precisely embody the voice-over work.   


English (North American)


Multifaceted   Loveable   Intimate   Fun   Personable   Calming   Lively


Sensual   Conversational   Authoritative


MXL 990   Blue Bluebird SL   Adobe Audition   Sound Isolation Recording Booth   H4N Interface

Mackie 802-VLZ3 Mixer with Onyx Preamps      


Commercials  Animated Cartoon Characters  Children’s & Clean Genre Audiobooks 

Talking Toys & Games  Video Games  Educational  Narration  Radio  Documentaries  Podcasts Descriptive Audio  Announcer


African American Vernacular English    British English (BBC, Received Pronunciation, Cockney)    South African  Southern American



Alicia Amie (Teacher, Actor)

Voiceover Intensive


Audiobook, Commercial, Improv

Private Coaching

Eliza Jane Schneider (Instructor, Voice Actor) 

Learn or Lose Any Accent or Dialect for Any Role


Keith Flippen (Teacher, Actor)

The Actor's Place

Beginning Meisner

Pamela Lewis (Voice Actor) 

Voice-over CD Workshop



Melanie Martin Long (Professor

of Acting and Directing at Kennesaw State University) Online Courses


Performance Technique, Modern Acting Technique, Building a Character, Analyzing Backstory and Motivation 

Virginia State University

Liberal Arts and Education

English/Mass Communications

Introduction to Language Study

John Remak (Improv Artist, Instructor)

BATS Improv, Center for Improvised Theatre (Online Group Sessions)

Principles and mindsets of improvisation and the BATS style of improv Improvising stories, honing foundational skills (listening, support, spontaneity, imagination, collaboration)

Virginia State University

Liberal Arts and Education

English/Mass Communications

Introduction to Language Study

Volunteer on the Mic


“Your 'narrator' speaking voice is so nice to listen to... you have a very natural cadence to your voice.”

— Jennifer D., LibriVox Proof Listener



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