One of the most important choices I had to make in bringing There be Monsters! to the screen was in my choice of an actor to play The Narrator. I knew that the narration would set the tone for the whole project – the style, the characters, the sets, the camera movements, the music – they were all captive to the narration. So when I heard Tony’s narration, I considered myself to be one very fortunate director. And others agreed.
So to bring Tony back for Dancing Daisy Day was a no-brainer. In fact, Tony is even more important to this project, because when I wrote the story, Tony’s interpretation of the narrator had become my interpretation.
Tony Impieri has been a voice actor for more than 2 decades, voicing literally thousands of radio and television commercials, as well as e-learning and corporate projects. From Ace Hardware . . . to Zimbrick BMW . . . and every “letter” in-between, companies around the world rely on Tony for what he brings to their projects . . . honesty and sincerity both on and off the mic.
For 25 years he has been doing what he loves best . . . breathing life to the written word.
Thanks, Tony, for returning to work with us on Dancing Daisy Day.
Just how did a young girl called Daisy happen to have a holiday named after her?
Dancing Daisy Day is picking up pace. Great narration by Tony Impieri. Great music. Check out our little trailer.