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I cast Sharon for the role of "Mother Nature" in the original project "Hurricane Ivan the Animation." First, she has an amazing voice which really brought the character to life. She provided excellent quality with her piece. She maintained excellent two-way communication with me (the director) which makes my job easier. She also meets the deadlines far ahead of time giving ample time for any corrections needed. However, after listening to her lines, she gave the character the necessary amount of nobility and motherly voice that was needed to bring her character to life. I would strongly recommend her to any project. -Gareth "GCS" Scott.
[Sharon] is hard-working, friendly, and reliable. Her range given to the characters she voices is amazing, as well as her professional demeanor and ability to deliver lines without issue. I would recommend her in any project for her experience, versatile nature, and professionalism. - LK, Revitalized director.
"You have a voice that can make an honest living, simply from doing audio-books." - KylePindor, Casting Call Club.
"I own the Audible version but can't get into it because of the voice actor (no offense to him, simply my opinion and that happens). Sharon's voice (!!) is perfect!" - Paige C, via YouTube.
Of the five actresses who voice Jedi Master Adi Gallia (Star Wars), YouTube vlogger Lukimus Prime had this to say:
My Own Rating:
Nancy Giles - 👎🏻
Masaya Moyo - 👍🏻
Grey Griffin - 👍🏻
Angelique Perrin - 👍🏻👍🏻
Sharon Grünwald - 👍🏻👍🏻
1. Angelique Perrin
2. Sharon Grünwald
3. Masaya Moyo
4. Grey Griffin
5. Nancy Giles
"I love the narrator's voice, she acts the dialogue brilliantly. Really brings the book to life." - Daniel S, via YouTube.
"I appreciate [Sharon's] reading of "The Song of Ice & Fire" so much. It's the most splendid narration ever - an amazing voice. Thank you! Recently, Tokybook uploaded the first ten chapters of "A Dance with Dragons." I would pay money for the whole thing." -@MarksAbot, via Twitter.