Veteran with Perfect Radio Voice seeks Film, Television, Radio work…

Nationally Recognized Veterans Rights Advocate Terry Richards Endorses President Obama at Veterans for Obama News Conference held at Westside-Santa Monica Democratic HDQ September 2012.

Nationally Recognized Veterans Rights Advocate Terry Richards Endorses President Obama at Veterans for Obama News Conference held at Westside-Santa Monica Democratic HDQ September 2012.

Terry Richards VFTJPGLOGO
Member of  Veterans in Film & Television.
Voice-Over Artist  & Dramatic Actor.
Veteran with Perfect Radio Voice: Captivating, Deep Resonating, Believable, Sexy, seeks Film, Television or Radio Voice-Over, Talk-Show, Announcing, News or Dramatic Acting work.
Go Directly to Voice-Over and On-Camera YOUTUBE 3-Minute Public Service Message Commercial and/or the 46-minute Library of Congress Videos below.   

Serving Veterans and the VA

My latest 3-minute Public Service Message Commercial.

Terry Richards 46-minute Veterans Life Video recorded for the Library of Congress through the Veterans Life Video National High School Project…

Back-up Link for Veterans LIfe Video                                   


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Contact Terry Richards: Email:                                                           Voice-Over Blog:


Thanking you in advance for reviewing and listening and considering me for Voice-Over or Radio work.
Terry Richards f/k/a Terry Joel Rosenfield
Born Terry Joel Rosenfield on January 14, 1949 in Miami Beach, Florida to Reformed Jewish Parents Max “Al” Rosenfield a/k/a Al Rosen the “Bookie” my Father, born in Rumania, and Beatrice Rosenfield a/k/a Bobbie Rosen born in New York.  I graduated Miami Beach Senior High School in 1967. I later enlisted in the Army in February of 1968 where I spent 3-years in the Service stationed in Berlin and Helmstedt, Germany at the famous Checkpoints “Charlie” and less famous “Alpha”  and then at Camp Page in Chunchon, Korea as a Military Policeman and Desk Sergeant. After the Service I received an A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts at Miami-Dade Community College in Miami, FL. More of Military and Civilian Personal and Work Biography can be found @:
For the last 44 of my 67-years of my life, ordinary people and Radio, Television and Voice-Over Artists have told me what a great Radio Voice I have.  One Radio News Director in Columbus, Ohio for whom I performed a Voice-Over Demo said that I  not only had a “naturally-trained voice but a Captivating one as well.”
In the 1980’s I was offered a job in Radio by a Radio Talk Show Host in Columbus, Ohio whose Show I used to call-in to discuss my opinion concerning a variety of topics but I was in a highly lucrative business and did not want to divert from it. Then in the 1990’s in Columbus, Ohio I was offered DJ and News  Broadcasting positions at several Radio Stations from a referral by another Radio Personality who did the traffic report and who heard my voice. Unfortunately, even though I said I could learn how to use their New Digital Computers, when they found out I did not know how to work they said that they could not hire me.
As a Nationally recognized Veterans Rights Advocate since 1990 and a Veterans Affairs Journalist, I am well-versed in many topics for a Radio Talk Show including but not limited to Veterans Rights and Benefits, VA Misconduct, The Plight of Homeless Veterans.
As a Facilitator of Group Rap Sessions for over 3-years at one of the largest divorce and separated group in the United States, I am also well-versed in having discussions about Dysfunctional Families and Love Relationships.

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