Steven Varnum

Steven Varnum

Character Actor

Joined Oct 2021 43 Following31 Followers
About Steven Varnum

I am a trained character actor with credits in voice Over, TV and film. I have been a fulltime voice over artist since 2015 with my own home studio, I am available for direction via Skype, phone patch or Discord.

My Video Game credits include Wasteland 3 as Faran Brygo (inXile Entertainment), Endless Space II as Horatio (Sega) , The Hand of Glory parts 1 and 2 as the Doctor and Richard colburn in Code 7 (Goodwolf} to name a few.
I am the voice and producer of the Catalyst series of audiobooks available on Audible. I recently produced and voiced The Night Gate by JK Franks. This title is available on Audible, Book Funnel and Findaway Voices.
I have worked in all genres of voice over but my passion is for voice acting in video games and animation. I enjoy working on indie project for their energy and drive and I know that one day you will be the people running this industry.

- 2021

Instructed by

BFA Theatre Ithaca College

Voice over training:

Dave Fennoy

Marty Moran

Edge Studios

Acting Training;

The Actors Institute NYC

Eric Morris

John Carpenter (Eric Morris Technique)


My pricing is in line with the GVAA Rates. However with the right project I can be very flexible.

What Steven Varnum is looking for

I love acting in Video Games, animation, cartoons or any project where a character voice is needed. I joined Casting Call Club to meet and collaborate with other creators and artists. I hope to extend my network and add value to to new and exciting projects. Here are some samples of my work:

Endless Space 2 - The Horatio - Prologue - Bing video

[Wasteland 3] negotiation with Faran Brygo_Gamplay_Clip_CutScene_editing_Upload.mp4 - Bing video

Code 7 – Launch Trailer - Bing video

  • @dantefettman

    Mr. Varnum did a fantastic job voicing the role of Chester in my project, the Someguy Series Remaster. He was quick to follow through on lines, gave me updates, and was very transparent. I hope to work with him again.

    I highly recommend contacting him for a role in your project. He's a pleasure to work with.