One of the most versatile voiceover artists working today, Roberta is a fixture on network and cable television.

In the last year, she’s kicked off ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live with spoof ads, voiced comedy bits for the Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS, promos for NBC’s coverage of the French Open and spots for ESPN, NatGeo and Adult Swim. As a narrator, she’s been heard on documentaries for National Geographic, Discovery and Smithsonian Channel, including the Emmy-winning Decoding Immortality.  

Roberta has served as the image and news voice on over a hundred TV and radio stations.

When she was tapped for The Expendables campaign, Roberta became one of the few women to voice movie trailers.

Her path to voiceovers began on the radio, co-hosting a top-rated morning show with her husband. A longtime cast member of the award-winning sketch comedy show Right Between the Ears (which aired on Sirius XM and hundreds of NPR stations), Roberta’s radio addiction continues. In 2018, she begins her 12th season as the sponsorship voice of the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network.

Roberta also has the unusual distinction of being a former TV horror host. In 2012, her creepy, corset-clad alter ego Crematia Mortem was inducted into Horrorhound Magazine’s TV Horror Host Hall of Fame along with Elvira, Dr. Paul Bearer and the Universal Studios “Shock” Package.

Working from a beautiful home studio equipped with Neuman and Sennheiser mics, Focusrite and Avalon preamps, ISDN, Source Connect and ipDTL, Roberta delivers audio in any format her clients require. She carries a portable studio with her when she travels and has recorded in hotel closets, her friends’ bathrooms, and recently under a massage table in an airport spa.