First we had “The Man Cave”. We moved out and moved on to “The Shed”. Now we’re comfortable in our “Entertainment Room”.
And for every step in this male journey we had a voice to partner it. The Aussie larrikin became the bloke and the bloke became the nice guy in the park playing with his kids. Think of Nathan Page this way. Nathan is the modern man created after so much vocal evolution.
Nathan’s voice still holds the early beginnings of blokey reads that our TV and Radio is still full of and that our clients still want, but the removal of the ‘crikey’ and ‘struth’ tone has positioned him nicely to be both modern and manly. He really shines when you can hear a sort of coming of age, a sort of maturity in your buying choice.
Nathan is the older and wiser second home buyer. He is the four wheel drive owner now looking for more comfort. He buys red by the bottle instead of beer by the six pack.
Nathan makes a great choice when clients have difficulty making one. Or more precisely when they are torn between old and new Australian male. How many of us have had that conversation “We want someone Aussie but not too blokey” “We want someone sensitive but not quiet”. His demo clearly demonstrates the ability to bring old and new together. His recent acting successes also testify to his versatility and spot-on script interpretation.
His list of clients make Nathan Page a stand-out talent for voice work – which is precisely why Kathy Evans is his manager.
(Nathan Page’s many on-screen credits include “Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo”, “Underbelly” and “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries” )