Robert Gunton

Robert Gunton is well known as the voice of Quest Software, The Los Angeles Clippers, and the International e-learning brand voice for Taco Bell.

He has voiced countless commercials for radio and TV, as well as numerous characters for video games and cartoons. He works nationwide and internationally from the comfort of his home studio in Southern California. Additionally, Robert is also writer and a director producing several short films an

Outside of the entertainment business, Robert is a nationally recognized sales expert with years of experience training salespeople in the field(s) of advertising, marketing and branding. Including, training sales forces for some of the largest companies in the United States, including the internet monolith,

Robert started Big Gun Creative to provide a one-stop agency solution for small businesses and startups, focusing on the four core areas of work that typically create the most fear, frustration and confusion for executives and business owners. Through Robert’s team’s work, BGC empowers their clients to focus on growing their brand and business – while Big Gun Creative handles the rest. Take me to: Big Gun Creative

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Do your homework. Listen to some of my work. Then send me your audition request. I’m not Dominos, but if you mark the message urgent, I can usually return auditions in less than 2 hours.

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Auditioning is a BIG part of the preparative process. If you prefer, I’m often available to audition/read for new projects live, via source connect through one of my agencies.

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It’s time for the big show! Let’s BOOK it! Send me your script, and your desired budget via email. Or you’re welcome to call my agencies directly by visiting the Booking page.

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We record. We kick butt. You’re client loves the final product. You look like the superstar that you are. You hire me again and again again. Repeat as many times as necessary.

If you prefer I record on my own, I suggest you spell phonetically any technical/regional names or words in your script. This will limit the need for retakes and additional expense associated with your project.