Actor/Voice Artist
(480) 828 - 9150
Cliff's Recent Projects:

  • General Hospital (2014 - 2015) - Voice of TV Reporter
  • Psychos - (Lead Role - Officer Stewart) Winner of 2015 California Women's Film Festival, "Best Feature"
  • Senoa - (Starring as Carlos Vega) Feature Film (2017)
  • Dinonauts - Animated Feature Film (2017)
  • Harley Davidson of Scottsdale "Little Blue Pills" (2016)
Cliff Everett Smith has appeared in film, television, stage productions, webisodes, music videos, commercials and more...
Since 1980, Cliff has provided professional voiceovers for hundreds of commercials...
Producers love Cliff's technical narration because very little editing is required...
Over the years, Cliff has delivered a variety of creative male voices...
As a 30 year broadcast veteran, Cliff understands what it takes to win ratings...
As a Television Imaging Male Voice, Cliff has worked for a number of network affiliates...
VoiceCreation is the home of Cliff Everett Smith, a Hollywood Actor and Professional Voice Actor.  Cliff has been a professional male voiceover artist since 1980.  He now works out of Los Angeles and his home studio in Mesa, Arizona.  

His personal voiceover studio includes an Equitek E-350 microphone, an Avalon VT 737 processor, Echo Audio Sound Card and the latest digital technology.

During the early 1980's, while completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications at Georgia State University, Cliff began a successful career in broadcasting.  As a sophomore in college, he was hired by one of  the top radio stations in Atlanta to be an on-air personality and production assistant.  By the time he had completed his degree in 1985, Cliff was an established radio host and prolific male voice actor in Atlanta.

In addition to his work behind the microphone, Cliff has performed in front of the camera and on stage as a leading man.  He starred as Harvey Perlman in “Cry, Tiger!” the story of a father who grows to regret choices of family over career.  And for, “A Tiny Piece of Land”, which enjoyed successful runs in Los Angeles and Phoenix, Cliff found himself in the middle of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict as the patriarch for a communal family.  

After three decades as a radio host and voice artist, in 2013, Cliff moved to Hollywood for more work in front of the camera.  Since then, he has starred in several films, television shows, pilots and commercials, performed stand-up at various comedy clubs around Los Angeles, supplied narration for documentaries and even provided the voice of a dinosaur in space for the upcoming animated feature film, “Dinonauts”.