Actor, Host, VO Talent and Facilitator, Deanna Moffitt can liven up just about any experience. She’s worked with audiences as large as 5,000 and as small as one. From Portland, OR to Istanbul, Turkey and many stops in between.
As a performer she’s worked with Second City on Norwegian Cruise Line, and in the workshop production of The Onion Live! show, She was on the house team Revolver and played regularly with the musical ensemble The Del Tones at iO Theater. She was a main stage ensemble member of ComedySportz in Chicago and Portland, OR and won the 2008 Dual Duel competition of two person improv with her partner Rance Rizzutto and their show “Silent Treatment” a completely silent improvised show set to a soundtrack of music.
As a facilitator and coach she brings her years of experience using improv to organizations and leaders to help them work better by staying in the moment, reacting to what’s right in front of them, listening, valuing others and building incredible teams. She’s worked with clients including:Â CME, Deutsche Bank, IBM, McDonalds, Rexam, Wrigley, HP International, Sears, Progressive Insurance, Pepsi, American Express, The Public Library Association, Kendall College, Columbia Unviersity, Duke University,Â UMass at Amherst, Carleton College and many, many more.
She hosted the inaugural year of the wildly popular show “Story Sessions” an evening of personal storytelling and produced their first podcast.
Deanna is the voice you’ve heard on several commercials including: Keystone Retaining Walls, MIT Global Initiative, Farmland Pork, WalMart Radio, Integrative Health, Airwick and more. You can hear her demo here.
She has produced and narrated six audio books all available on Audible.com, iTunes and Amazon you can find links to those on her audiobook page.
Her latest vocal project is as the doctor and Ma Barker in the new WBEZ production of Pleasure Town.
She is also the founder of Luminant Leadership, a company that helps leaders ignite their stories to motivate, inspire and lead change.
If you’re in need of an actor,Â facilitator, or voice over talent contact her to see how she can help.