Adam Easton

Adam Easton

A voice actor who will get you home in time for dinner. Trustworthy and intelligent, professional and warm. Contact:

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Alice in Wonderland

July 14, 2014



Adam lends his voice(s) to the characters in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

July Fourth with Gru!

July 7, 2014



I had the good fortune to spend July Fourth weekend with friends at a beach house in Scituate. It was wonderful – no schedule and no plans outside of watching local fireworks (which are of course illegal and only handled by professionals), going to the beach, and generally lazing about and relaxing together.

As part of the trip, I got to take part in our friend’s family tradition: going to the Marshfield Hills General Store to buy pick and mix candy. Ostensibly it’s for the kids, but who can resist? It was a real delight to see the joy on the kids’ faces as they rummaged through the bins to find exactly the right combination of five (and only five!) things – a mix of candy and small toys, just like it should be.

But here’s where it gets really interesting: the owner of the store happens to be Steve Carell, and he and his family were there enjoying their own vacation. Steve was gracious enough to chat with us for a few minutes about the work to keep the store going (a generator is a necessity), and to accept my friend’s thanks for keeping the store open and running.

The attached audio clip is my own special thanks to Steve for allowing families to share childhood memories from one generation to the next. As he says in this in-depth article:

“The reason I bought this, ultimately, was that things like this are few and far between. They disappear very quickly, and once they disappear, you can’t get them back. I mean, to see kids just hanging out or people from the neighborhood sitting and talking and reading the paper together, that’s becoming more and more rare.”

I couldn’t agree more: not only are things like this more and more rare, but they’re more and more worth saving. Thanks Steve.

Animated army series

Adam voices three characters for an animated army series.

May 26, 2014

Characters Sample

Adam Easton takes on five characters across one monologue.

May 21, 2014


May 5, 2014

In my first few months of doing voice work, I got paid what I consider one of the best compliments any professional could receive.  My studio engineer said to me: “Adam, when I work with you, I know that I’m going to get home in time to have dinner with my kids.” He appreciated the fact that I was always prepared, and was able to produce a quality recording of a script very quickly. I bring that same quality and preparation to all my work, and would love to add your organization to my portfolio.

Others have characterized my voice as “a trustworthy and intelligent everyman, both professional and warm, who is believable, trusted, and familiar”.

I’ve worked in voiceover since 2008, voicing advertising and narrative spots for Harvard Law School, YouNoodle, GE, Coca-Cola, HondaJet, Sony, Travelers, Celebrity Cruises, KeyBank, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Twix, Star Alliance, and Sapient Corporation.

I work from my home studio just outside of Boston, MA, but am always happy to travel if the work requires it. I’m available via Source Connect, and happy to produce high-quality MP3 files for your review. My studio is equipped with a WhisperRoom booth and Audio-Technica and Roland equipment. In Boston, I love to work with the talented people at Soundtrack Group. And when I’m in Miami, I always try to pay a visit to the great folks at Outpost Audio.

I’ve worked in advertising, and understand the pressures of that industry and the speed at which quality work must be produced. As a senior manager and producer, I’m comfortable working directly with clients and setting and delivering on expectations.  I also have extensive experience in higher education and web publishing as a senior administrator, working directly with Deans and CIO’s.

I’ve worked and continue to work with Remo Airaldi, Dossy Peabody, Dorothy Gallagher, and Wren Ross.  I’m always looking for new ways to learn and improve my craft.

I have a Master’s degree from MIT and a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College, an education which covered a broad range of subjects and helps me to quickly work through more technical and demanding scripts.


May 4, 2014

To contact me about an audition or voice work, please email or call and I’ll respond the same day.


Adam is represented by A Special Project in Los Angeles, and is also a and Boston Casting voice actor.