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

In the last year, she kicked off ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live with spoof ads, narrated ongoing comedy bits for the Late Late Show with James Corden on CBS, voiced promos for NBC’s coverage of the French Open and spots on National Geographic, ESPN and Adult Swim. An evocative storyteller, Roberta has narrated a number of documentaries for Smithsonian Channel, including Europe’s Last Warrior Kings and God’s Darlings, a film about beetles.

Roberta has been heard as the news and image voice on 100-plus TV and radio stations in the U.S.

When she was tapped for The Expendables campaign, Roberta became one of the few women to voice movie trailers. She’s since worked on trailers for a diverse group of films, including Catherine Deneuve’s On My Way, the BBC’s Tiny Giants, and the wacky Space Station 76.

Roberta’s love affair with the mic began on the radio as part of a top-rated morning show. A longtime cast member of the award-winning radio comedy show, Right Between the Ears, which aired on Sirus/XM and NPR stations nationwide, she got the biggest laugh of her career as the voice of a cat on a weigh-reducing machine.

Her on-camera work includes a lengthy stint, early in her career, as a TV horror host. In 2012, Roberta’s 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.