Canada-born Voiceover Giant, ‘Deep End’ Host Nick Michaels Dies Suddenly
May 29, 2018 courtesy AllAccess.com
NICK MICHAELS, whose distinctive voice was heard in imaging and production on many radio stations, commercials, and television, died SATURDAY (5/26) at his MIAMI home.
Beginning his career in advertising in his native CANADA, MICHAELS became one of that nation’s top voiceover artists before moving to NEW YORK in 1977 and becoming the voice for many radio and television stations and shows as well as one of the more prolific commercial voices and narrators. He provided voicework for NBC’s “FRIDAY NIGHT VIDEOS” and his and TERRY GANGSTAD’s AMERICAN VOICE CORP. produced a music radio show, “THE DEEP END WITH NICK MICHAELS,” for syndication and then online, with short-form versions “STORIES FROM THE DEEP END” and “STORIES THAT MADE THE MUSIC” also offered.
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