Since 1994, Robert Rue has appeared in hundreds of narrations, educational videos, radio and TV commercials, infomercials, other voice over projects, events and print ads. His voice can be heard everywhere from telephone on-hold messages to character voices in radio spots. He has also appeared on billboards, in magazine print ads, newspaper ads and feature films.

Whether reading for e-learning courses, narrating audiobooks or appearing in print ads, Robert’s presence and experience demonstrate true versatility.

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Over 15 Years in the Industry

Robert Rue’s first professional voice over opportunity was offered by the Educational Management Group (EMG), a subsidiary of Simon-Schuster (later Viacom). For several hours each week, Robert recorded educational materials for EMG. Soon after, additional voice over projects were offered, such as a Phoenix Fair Housing video, the Bible on CD, and more. Robert was on his way, and in 1996, he decided to pursue voice acting as a full-time career.

The Early Years

n the late 1980’s, Robert was bit by the broadcasting bug when he was introduced to Sun Sounds Radio, a non-profit radio station dedicated to broadcasting versions of popular printed materials for the visually impaired. He was hooked, and went on to provide the “voice” for the Phoenix Gazette and USA Today, as well as magazines, radio dramas, and even a Sunday Night live interview/call-in program.

“Sun Sounds provided a tremendous opportunity to develop my skills. Another organization that helped me gain confidence and experience was, Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, who focus on recording textbooks. Either organization is truly worthwhile and worthy of your consideration as a volunteer.” – Robert Rue
Robert Rue at the park

Featured Clients

  • Ashley Furniture
  • Banner Health
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Anthem College
  • Universal Technical Institute
  • BlueCross BlueShield
  • Honeywell
  • Cox Communications
  • IBM
  • U.S. Postal Service

Extended Client List

Robert Rue headshot
  • Abrazzo Health Group
  • Allied Waste Company
  • Allstate
  • Arizona Public Service
  • Children’s Miracle Network
  • CVS Drugs
  • Discount Tire Company
  • Earnhardt Ford
  • FedEx
  • Fox Sports Arizona
  • Hospice of the Valley
  • Law Tigers
  • Lowes
  • Mach I Freight
  • Make-A-Wish
  • Microchip Technology
  • National Hair Centers
  • Northern Trust Bank
  • Peter Piper Pizza
  • PhillyLaw.com
  • Six Flags Theme Park
  • Western International University
Please feel free to call Robert at (602) 738-5800
to schedule your project or discuss your needs.