Anthony’s initial desire to perform came early. He grew up around show business in Malibu, California and had a young bird’s eye view of it from his own living room to his school room. His dad was a screenwriter who lent his talents to such iconic shows as: “Hogan’s Heroes”, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, “Barney Miller”, and many more. And he went to school with people like: Charlie Sheen, Rob Lowe, Holly Robinson-Peete, Sean Penn, and others.
Soon that initial desire, inspired by the daily influences of Anthony’s youth, found its unique direction and drive, and Anthony went on to earn a degree in broadcast journalism at Cal State Northridge. After college, he did some acting, voice work, hosting, anchoring, and reporting at various Los Angeles cable stations, which led to a long television news career.
Along that path, he talked to a lot people and told a lot of stories that were not so much the likes of Rob Lowe, Sean Penn and his Hollywood upbringing, but more about everyday people and the news that affects their lives. From the depths of the Southwest to the heart of the Midwest, he connected with audiences as an anchor and reporter in: Savannah Georgia, Santa Fe and Albuquerque New Mexico, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kansas City, Missouri, and Wichita, Kansas, where he has lived since 2004.
As a full-time voice-over talent, Anthony has honed his ability to zone in on and authentically deliver the sturdy and assuring authority we all want to hear. He knows how to bring listeners in and keep them with an inviting might and mindfulness they can learn from and lean on. And with his easily directed, prompt and dependable professionalism, he can confidently promise that you can lean on him for a voice job well done as well.