Get to know Debbie Irwin

Photo by Emily Lambert

Photo by Emily Lambert

Debbie Irwin is a NYC-based award-winning voiceover talent who has been the voice of The Statue of Liberty on the landmark’s audio tour, major international museum audio tours, the voice of Big Pharma, documentaries, commercials, corporate narrations and the Voice of God for live awards shows. Her expertise is medical narration.

Her global client list includes: Astra Zeneca, Barclays, Baxter, The NY Botanical Garden, eBay, CarFax, Einstein Healthcare Network, Jennifer Furniture (formerly Jennifer Convertibles), GE, HSBC, Humana, International Fragrance Awards Show at Alice Tully Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum, Northwell Health, Novartis, Oracle, Pandora, PBS Treasures of NY documentaries, Sephora, ShopRIte, The Smithsonian, SPDR Financial, Revlon, UConn Health Center, The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, and more.

Debbie is known for being fun to work with, supremely professional and uber easy to direct. Focusing on her clients’ needs she has expanded her services to include audio production, casting other talent and hiring composers to create original scores for their projects.

With 15 years in the business, and having lived in Italy as a child, Mexico for many summers, having had a long career as a stage actress, working in PR at The Guggenheim, then many years as a stockbroker on Wall Street, and raising 3 kids in Manhattan, Debbie brings a multi-cultural and multi-discipline background to her work. She’s found the realization of her dreams in her successful career as a voice-over actor.

Debbie infects her work with enthusiasm and charm. Who wouldn’t want repeat performances from such a talent? Debbie’s unparalleled attention to detail and her “quick-study” tendencies make her my first choice for Fortune 500 advertising projects. — Jeffrey Tayler, Oracle