Tasia Valenza is an Emmy-nominated actress for her work playing the role of Dottie Thornton on All My Children and has acted in numerous television shows and series throughout her illustrious career before finding her true passion off-camera as a voiceover actor. She’s had the good fortune of being one of the top female voiceover artists in the county over the last several years, having voiced thousands of national commercials, promos for major networks, narrations, etc. Known for her range and versatility, Tasia is best known for her Iconic strong female roles in video games and animated television shows such as Poison Ivy in Batman: Arkham Games, General Shaak Ti in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Kalyio Djannis in Star Wars the Old Republic, to name a few. Renowned radio consultant Alan Burns hand-picked Tasia to voice his Movin’ format when he launched it a few years back. Still today she is the voice of its first-ever station, Marconi award-winning Seattle’s Movin 92.5. For the last 9 years she’s also been the voice of another Marconi award-winning station, 101.1 More FM in Philadelphia and has a handful of other radio stations to her credit. Tasia’s winning combination of bringing her unique, fun energy to every project combined with being a seasoned vo pro and a great actress make her a triple threat. Conversational, warm, fun and sexy are some of the best adjectives used to describe her sound. Tasia also believes in the benefits of meditation and has created Haven affirmation meditation app which features ten-minute guided meditation exercises to help bring mindfulness and relaxation to your body and soul. She recommends this for her fellow vo talent because this industry certainly presents its challenge and can be stressful! Tasia also loves to lend her voice to various charities she believes in to help support their cause; including We Are The Mighty, SOS Children’s Villages, The Wildlife Sanctuary and more. She lives with her one husband, three children and two dogs and teaches Giving Great Voice to vo artists.