As a voice actor, your voice and the actor in you are both important. In voice over work (commercials, narration, promotional announcements, phone messages, etc.), a few decades ago the voice often tended to tip the balance. But over a decade ago, producers began to prefer "natural" voices.
So if you can act, innately or through training, you've got a leg up. Today almost anyone can learn how to become a voice actor, if they can also learn the business, can take direction and focus on voice over genres for which they are best suited. But it takes training, and practice.
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In This World...
There are plenty of people that can do voice acting and voice work for your project. Each has their own set of skills and costs. I like to think of myself as that high end mall store with a Costco cost structure.
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The Voice....The Signature Sound of Smooth Small Talk
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