Mark Hauser, Professional Voice Actor

Mark Hauser is a professional voice actor in the Dallas, Texas area. He has been in business for over 10 years and works with many different clients including audiobooks, TV commercials, cartoons, and more.

He runs his own studio out of Dallas where he records all types of projects. He has also worked with several games on projects such as Fallout: New Vegas (Travis Miles, Corporal White), Baldur’s Gate II (Kromgar Ironbeard), and more.

Mark Hauser is also an avid watcher and fan of the TV show Supernatural and has partaken in several charity auctions in the Dallas area to go visit the set of the show.

Mark Hauser grew up in Grapevine, Texas which is a suburb of Dallas. He attended Berkner High School and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a degree in Radio, TV & Film.

Growing up he always had an interest in acting but never took it very seriously until his girlfriend (now wife) bought him a voice-over class for his birthday.

He showed an immediate interest and started taking on work right away at the local community college. He went on to become a disk jockey for his college radio station and took part in several plays while attending school. After graduating he decided to take the hobby more seriously and pursue voice-over full time.

Mark enjoys all types of video games which include Mass Effect, The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and more. He has recently taken up board gaming as well which includes Warhammer 40k, X-Wing, Star Wars Armada, and more.

Mark has been working in the voice-over industry now for over 10 years. He started out doing local talent shows but quickly turned it into a full-time career by taking on roles at the local community college and starting to take on work with production companies. Since then he has worked with several clients including Audiobook company GraphicAudio, game publisher Bethesda Softworks and more.

He has also appeared on several audiobooks including Fallout: New Vegas (Travis Miles, Corporal White), Baldur’s Gate II (Kromgar Ironbeard), and The Bands of Mourning by Brandon Sanderson.