Need a corporate representative or a sassy schoolgirl? A southern belle or an outgoing city girl? Maybe a fairytale creature or an outer space alien? A voice with perspective that can do all this and more. Oh, the possibilities!

Character Demo 1 - Marion Toro
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Character Demo 2 - Marion Toro
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Audiobook Demo - Marion Toro
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Commercial Demo - Marion Toro
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Video Game
"Emergency! Monster Team" by Toro Comics
Role: Nadel Pierce and Terra Cotta 
Free Chapter 0 download on
"Indigo 7" by Dolores Entertainment
Role: Vamp Irella 
Coming Soon to PS4, Vita, XBOX, and Switch
"Rush Attack" by Albert Pierre
Role: Peppa/Spyce
Coming Soon to PS4, XBOX, and Switch
"Way of the Sinner" by Studio Delvix
Role: Kyra
Free demo download.
"Strangers of the Power 2" by Tuomo Games
Role: Bentley the Pirate
Purchase download on Steam
"The American Civil War"
by Anabasis Films
Role: Narrator for Elizabeth Keckley, Annie B. Rose, Elizabeth Sparks, Mrs. Minnie Folks, and Mrs. Patience Avery
"We are the Fantastic Four: A Retrospective"
by B- Mask
Role: Ororo Munroe/Storm, Fangirl, and Latvian child
Audio Play & Motion Comic
"The Spectre" from RBG Comics
Role: Ionie Johnson and Kimberly
Free to listen on Soundcloud
"Sirenicide - Episode ME36 - Fuse Road" from Sirenicide 
Role: Stephanie Adler
Free to listen on site


Marion Toro is a professional voice actress, who has a fun and creative voice suitable for video games, animations, e-learning & tutorials.  She provides a variety of voices ranging from young children to the elderly and alien/monster-like sounds. Specializing in character voices, she is the voice of “Mimi Tortellini” in "The Adventures of Prada Enchilada" by ADC Kid LLC. Aside from her work with ADC Kid, she has also worked on the visual novel “Emergency! Monster Team” by Toro Comics, as “Nadel Pierce” and “Terra Cotta”, along with the versus game “Way of the Sinner” by Matteo Tallevi, as the main player “Kyra”. 

She whole-heartedly believes that the inclusion of POC in the world of voice over is important. Representation matters, as it's best to be seen and heard.

Degree: BA Theatre Arts & English Temple University


© 2020 Copyrights by Marion N. Toro.

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