Semira Zadeh is a German voice over artist and studio singer. Back then, at school or university when it was asked: "Who can read this out loud?", she volunteered in order to use her Primavista reading skills. This enthusiasm for the speech also led to the desire to make voice work her profession. Her dream finally took shape when the Belgian broadcaster 100'5 - where she did voluntary work in addition to studio and dubbing jobs - discovered her voice. In Cologne she continued her career as a voice for "viva", "top of the pops" or in the on-air team of WDR television. She was presenter voice for “Kurzschluss", the short film magazine on arte, voice-over and commentary voice for countless arte/ZDF or Phoenix documentaries and also lent her voice to the popular reality TV series "Traumfrau gesucht" with Elvis and Walther on RTLII. She also likes to remain unrecognized, e.g. as a trick voice (like on "eye-TV, the crazy puppet station" or "Switch/Pro7") or as a voice  / author of her own radio comedy (100'5). Semira repeatedly records commercials - gladly sung as well. Her English is classified as near-native.

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Language: German (GER)
Voice age: middle
Pitch: medium
Location: Cologne
Dialects: GER-Hessian, GER-Rhenish
Foreign languages: English, French, Italian
Specials: trick voices/cartoon voices, vocalist
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