Celebrity Impressionist Deepfake with Boris and Jeremy…
12th Nov 2019
Impressionist Darren Altman, who rose to fame on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’, voices memorable deep fake video on Brexit and the UK Election.
The Deepfake video, which was was produced and posted online by the amazing social enterprise and creative company ‘Future Advocacy,‘ may have been fun to shoot, says Darren, but also had a very serious side –
Should action be taken to prevent the truth from being distorted online and who is responsible for policing this?
Since walking onto the ‘BGT’ stage, Darren has presented for ‘The National Lottery’ and returned to ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ as a host. His unique take on delivering impressions and infectious personality will guarantee laughs!
Darren will give your event a real shine, injecting a barrel of laughs whether as a live events host or corporate entertainer.
His impressions include Bruce Forsyth, Alan Sugar, Ozzy Osbourne, Craig Cash, Paddy McGuiness, Boris Johnson, Chris Eubank, Chris Tarrant, Brian Blessed, Ronnie Corbett and Michael McIntyre.
Here are just some of his characters in action…
As a professional voice-over artist, Darren has voiced characters for computer games, animations, cartoons and exhibitions. He has also recorded thousands of radio and TV commercials and narrated programmes for Channel 5, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.
With a ‘relatable London accent,’ Darren and prides himself on being extremely versatile, adaptable and directable. He has a unique understanding of pitch and timing and can deliver a huge range of accents, dialects, characters, and of course, celebrity impressions.
From his broadcast-quality homestudio, Darren can record, edit and self-direct. He can also connect with clients via ISDN, Source Connect, Skype, Zoom or similar, allowing them to direct him during recording.
Darren is also a very popular and entertaining ‘VOG’ – that’s ‘Voice of God’ or Live Announcer – in the VO world!
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