About Jeannie McGinnis
Hailing originally from the USA but living in the UK for the past decade, Jeannie is a journalist, model, TV presenter, voice artist and actor. Jeannie is primarily a commercial/lifestyle model but she’s also experienced in beauty, fashion, fine art and conceptual modelling. She has experience in catwalk and stage presenting including fashion shows. Clients include Barclays, Medic Alert jewellery, The Range, Wella, Green Flag, Betta Living and Super Breaks among a few. As the recipient of two beauty pageant titles, Jeannie has presented for numerous large events, several TV campaigns for a large American hospital and currently fashion shows in the UK. Her most recent projects include TV presenting for beauty products, an online health & wellness magazine, a rock band documentary, a business show as well as the Sheffield Sharks basketball presenter.
Jeannie’s voice is described as a warm, friendly neutral Mid-Western American accent with a wide playing age from early 20s to early 40s. She can do various American accents and character voices. Voice artist experience includes: commercials, radio dramas, narration, radio adverts, TV voice overs, short films, corporate, an audio book, video games as well as animations. In the mid 90’s she was the news presenter on a local Texas radio program. With a BA in Journalism/Communications, Jeannie has written short stories, short screen plays, radio plays as well as journalistic pieces and corporate scripts. Jeannie also presents for the Sheffield Sharks home games and is the Sharks TV director/producer. Jeannie’s current acting experience includes adverts, idents, videos, music videos, infomercials, short film dramas & corporate videos. This is in addition to speaking and non-speaking roles in feature films. She recently had a speaking role with David Tennant and Elisabeth Moss in the feature film, ‘Mad to Be Normal’. Clients include Samsung, Formula One in partnership with Mercedes, GoOutdoors, JCT600 (northern car dealership), and furniture store adverts. Acting consists of commercial as well as drama and comedy.