Krysta Wallrauch is a female African American voice actor from Brooklyn, New York. She currently resides in Ohio, where she has built her full time voiceover career. Formerly a student at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, Krysta has a history as an artist and singer. Her exploits have taken her from amateur to professional theater, where her performance in the Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, won she and her theatre cast an OCTA award, in which they were asked to represent the U.S. in New Delhi, India. Krysta is very experienced in political voiceover recording and production and is thrilled to be one of the best Democratic African American voiceovers working today. Krysta also has indigenous Native American heritage, with Crow roots on her paternal side and Blackfoot roots on her maternal side.
The voiceover world grabbed Krysta nearly four years ago in 2015, when she discovered that she could use her “theatrical talents” to the booth. Since that time, her continued coaching soon catapulted her in the national realm of voice acting where she crosses genres to work in Radio, Poltical, TV, Corporate, Documentary, Medical and eLearning.
Krysta’s voice lends itself well to spots requiring depth, compassion, and boldness. She’s often hired for those looking for reads similar to Oprah, Queen Latifah, Viola Davis and Maya Angelou.