Beau Weaver is one of the West Coast’s perrenial A list voice over artists, narrating trailers for feature films, network televison promos, syndicated television shows, cable network documentaries, national radio and television commercial campaigns, and imaging for major market television affiliates and radio stations. He had starring roles in animated series such as Superman and The Fantastic Four.
Currently, Beau is the voice of CBS Television’s daily medical syndicated talk show “The Doctors,” and is voice of “The Early Show” on CBS. He narrates several popular documentary series, including NAT GEO’s “Known Universe” DISCOVERY’s “American Loggers” and “and ANIMAL PLANET’s “Weird, True and Freaky.” He also voices promos for off net syndicated series like “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader” and “Seinfeld.”
Beau likes to say that he was raised on the radio…his first love. He was somehow able to con his way into his first professional on air job when he was just fifteen. By twenty one, he had worked his way up to the west coast’s legendary pop music powerhouses: KHJ, Los Angeles, and KFRC, San Francisco. It was while on the air at KHJ that Beau discovered the freelance world of voice acting after attending a workshop led by the field’s first female voice superstar Joanie Gerber.
Beau Weaver is also known as a technical innovator, pioneering out of market affiliate promo work from his own home studio in the early eighties. Today Weaver works non-stop from voice over recording facilities in Los Angeles and from rural Ojai, California.