In high school, he was thrilled when they asked him to read the daily announcements over the PA system. The thrill was short-lived however; Eric was sent to detention after he was heard impersonating the principal.
In college, Eric started an internship at a local radio station. When he wasn’t fetching coffee for the morning show host, he would record himself doing impressions. He then started leaving copies of the recordings on the host’s desk. One day the host called Eric and asked if he would be interested in doing his impressions on the morning show. Eric didn’t need to be asked twice. A career was born.
For nearly two decades, Eric has been talking into a microphone – on morning radio shows in Detroit and Los Angeles – and as a voice actor, in numerous commercial ad campaigns for clients like Progressive Insurance, Domino’s Pizza, and General Motors among others.
After serving successive tours of duty with hall-of-fame broadcasters Dick Purtan and Rick Dees, Eric launched his own voiceover and audio production business. One of Eric’s biggest clients, Premiere Radio Networks in Los Angeles, utilizes his abilities to create funny content for their Comedy Prep Services division, which is used by hundreds of affiliate radio stations across the United States and Canada.
When Eric isn’t talking into a microphone, he’s spending quality time with his wife Shannon, and their daughter, Anna.