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I’m kind, open, professional, nimble, and easy to work with if we share the same values.

Alexander Kluge, Voice over Artist, German & English, Young, Mature, Everyday-Man, Announcer, Charactery, Dry Alexander Kluge, Voice over Artist, German & English, Young, Mature, Everyday-Man, Announcer, Charactery, Dry

You can hire me

Voiceover for Ads

See my Voiceover Ads Portfolio on YouTube, or check this ad I wrote in English and German:



My voice range goes from every-day man 👨🏻‍🦱 to:

If you’re in need of my services, please fill out my contact form, to ensure a successful outcome based on my creative process.

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I help bootstrappers and small businesses

I help bootstrappers without outside funding and small businesses (start-ups, freelancers) with a clear mission that put meaning and values first and profit second; and yes, I do pro-bono work for non-profits, educational institutions, teachers and students.

My 10 values

  1. Work with great people. Bye-bye assholes and socio-psychopaths!
  2. No “for free”
  3. Focus
  4. Take action
  5. Big challenges that mean something
  6. Take care of yourself
  7. Embrace people close to you
  8. Do the right thing
  9. Look to the future and dare to do new things with tingling excitement and belly laughs
  10. Survive and experiment


I work with great people I like and that like me back. If it feels like, can become, or even is a friendship, I continue to work together. I always work with, never for, and have fun doing it. I filter out assholes and I stop when we’re no longer having fun.


I always get paid for every part of my work. I work pro-bono only if I explicitly say so. I work for-profit unless I’ll switch my business model to a charity.


I say “No” to most things: Features or business expansion requests. People. Partnerships. A “coffee”. Projects. Only a few of them really matter. (Yes, it’s hard to know which ones.) But I try hard to not get distracted.


I think less about how I’m doing something and make sure I’m doing it. I use my younger years (I’m 39) to think less and do more. Indecision paralyzes me, and I don’t let it. “And action!” is the motto. I start things until one of them hits. When I try a lot, it will be easier for me to see which one has a future.


I take on big challenges that mean something to me. Less people do what’s hard, even though it’s valuable. Easy things are less valuable, but many people do them. Example: Reaching the top of a mountain is worthwhile because it’s hard. If it were easy, everyone would do it. I like to learn, always learn, and know myself better.


I take care of myself. If I don’t sleep enough, eat junk, don’t exercise, and am on adrenaline too long, my performance suffers. My health suffers. My decisions suffer. My company suffers.


I embrace the people close to me. If my company fails, I haven’t failed at life. I only have when my relationships irreversibly end.


I do the right thing. My intuition knows what is right. I’m honest with myself and my business partners.


I look into the future and dare to do something new that gives me a tummy tingle. I enjoy life, because only when I achieve things and I’m fulfilled in the process, I will reap lasting happiness with my actions. The next step towards it is always in front of me.


I survive and experiment. The purpose of life is to help and continue to exist so that I can help. What I leave to people also exists. I think of what I bequeath to humanity. Only in my lifetime can I build that.

As inspired by Jonathan Jennings Harris’ “Etc” (currently offline), Ev Williams’ (founder of Medium.com) Formula for Entrepreneurial Success, Eike König (founder of Berlin-based HORT) in a Google Hangout with TRImarchi, the Jack Daniels print ad, “Jack was never one to follow others. But they were always welcome to visit,” and my own thoughts and reflections.

These values command my actions.

p.s. you can also read my blog to learn how I build my dream company.

p.p.s. how voice helps your ads

Voice builds trust and creates a strong bond with your audience.

Voice connects emotionally because a great voice in a great ad, you’ll never forget.

Tone, color, and vibration build brand: a child growing up with voices they hear in commercials can stay loyal to your brand for years, sometimes decades, when done convincingly.

Give your listener time to digest your message, and play out your offer softly, nuanced, and conversational. Then he will want to marry you at some point, metaphorically speaking.

I can help you build trust, create an audience, and establish your brand if you fill out my contact form.

(remember that great voice-acting needs great copywriting)

Great voice-acting needs great copywriting, your great product, and a potter forming raw clay into an ad.

Bad words out of a great voice actor’s mouth stay bad words. When you try to sell a primitive rock as a porcelain vessel, you try to sell too early.

That’s why:

Then I write a draft based on my notes, edit the draft into a sales message, shape the sales copy into a story worth sharing, and let the voice-acting follow:

I give birth to the lines as if they were mine and deliver your ad as if there’s no tomorrow, with or without a rhyme.

If you’re in need of my services, please fill out my contact form to ensure a successful outcome.

© 2023 naii.io - Voiceover for Ads by Alexander Kluge

I’m a multilingual nomadic voice actor, German native, English-trained, and residing voiceover artist at c/o ARTtraktiv GmbH - Frank-Zappa-Str. 11 - 12681 Berlin, Germany. If you’re in need of my services, and it’s urgent and important, you can email to what starts with “voiceover”, continues with an at sign (@), and ends with the domain you’re on right now (naii.io)—sry, this is to protect my email address from spam.