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Phil Crowley: Voice Actor, Net Worth, Shark Tank, Star Trek

Phil Crowley is an actor who is most famous for his voice as a narrator, dubbing artist, and spokesman, Phil’s voice is a familiar sound in the entertainment industry. Phil Crowley is well known now for the voice of Shark Tank. In addition, he has been the voice of various famous shows and documentaries. Phil has also had given voice to several characters in different movies. Currently, he is the chief narrator of ABC channel’s business themed reality television series.

Phil Crowley was born on June 6, 1950 as Philip E. Crowley and his star sign is Gemini. Phil’s native place is in Pasadena, California in the United States where he grew up there with his family. He is 71 now, but his voice is still shining. Let us get to know more about Phil Crowley.

Phil Crowley’s Net Worth

Phil Crowley’s net worth is $2 million. His major source of income comes from his works as a voice actor where he has worked with hundreds of commercials as a narrator. The reality show Shark Tank also pays him a very good salary. Phil has also worked in several blockbuster hit movies.

Shark Tank Voice

Shark Tank is ABC’s (American Broadcasting Company) hit business themed television originally released in 2009. Shark Tank provides a platform for budding entrepreneurs to find investments for their businesses. There is a panel of “sharks”, who are proven businessmen with a net worth of billions. The show has become a great success and won four Emmy awards. The show has completed seven seasons. Phil Crowley is the official voice of the show. He is working as the in-house narrator of Shark Tank. As a narrator and announcer, Phil’s voice cannot be replaced.

Early life

As a native of Pasadena, Phil Crowley had his education in California itself. Phil loved to play music from childhood. He started taking piano from a very early age. His love for music introduced him to the world of entertainment. He learned to play string bass when he was in junior high school. He wanted to explore the world of music more, so Phil decided to join a local folk group. After proper practice, he performed for the first time in public when he was only fourteen. His first performance was at the Ice House in Pasadena. He was also active in school. Phil played the instruments for the school orchestra for several years. He shifted his attention from music to acting when he got in high school. Phil joined the drama school to study acting. His acting was also perfect as his voice. Phil acted in the plays and also won acclaim from the audience.

He won the Best Actor award in All-Southern California Drama Festival for The Typists. He continued his passion for acting in college too. He played several interesting characters in different plays. Occidental Summer Theater Festival was a great opportunity for Phil. Some of his roles are as Dr. Purgon in The Imaginary Invalid, Cox in Cox and Box, Martin Vanderhoff in You Can’t Take It With You, Pooh-Bah in The Mikado, McCleanin Teahouse of the August Moon, Half-Wit in Gianni Schicchi, Cervantes/Quixote in Man of La Mancha, The Captain in HMS Pinafore, and Mr. Webb in Our Town. He has never completely forgotten his passion for music. Phil worked as a music director for Fiddler On The Roof, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Oklahoma, Tujunga Tanzi, The Flying Scud, Music Man, The Fantasticks, Pirates of Penzance, A Christmas Carol, and Stop The World I Want To Get Off

Phil studied Orchestral Conducting (MM) and Piano Performance (BM) and graduated from the University of Southern California School of Music. After graduation, Phil worked as a teacher in the Dick Grove School of Music and Biola University. He has also served in the Music Ministry of Campus Crusade. In Lake Avenue Church, Phil has served as an Interim Music minister. He then started to concentrate more on music production. Phil’s career as a music producer was going very well. He composed music and conducted several events all around the Los Angels. Phil has won the Fellowship of Artists for Cultural Exchanges twice. He traveled to China in 1988 and 1990.

Phil Crowley’s voice acting career

Phil’s golden voice and his skill as a voice actor made him popular in both movies and television shows. Phil has been the voice behind numerous advertisements and shows on radio and television. He has also worked as the spokesman for several brands like Pepsi, John Deere, Alpo, Priceline, Mercedes, McDonald’s, Chevron, Mini Cooper, Albertson’s, Verizon, Statefarm, Jaguar, and 7/11. Apart from these famous brands, Phil has also worked with several hospitals, banks, and corporations. 

It was Phil’s voice behind the alien presence in Star Trek. Phil Crowley‘s voice has been in several episodes of E! True Hollywood Stories. Phil has worked for several other documentaries as well. He worked as a narrator for different channels such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Court TV, and the Travel Channel. Some of his shows include Dogfights (a Discovery Channel program about military air battles), The Nostradamus Effect, and Ancient Discoveries. Phil’s voice is also there in Sunset Beach, That 70’s show, Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, and Shades of Gray (a drama released in 2009). 

Phil has worked in several movies as character voices. He gave voice to the burly bear pilot in Disney’s Talespin. He worked in Movie 43, released in 2013 along with Seth MacFarlane and Jimmy Bennett. Phil has also appeared in front of the camera as an actor. His debut as an actor was in Seed for You, a short film released in 2008. Phil has also composed a couple of musicals. His Seeds was based on the Parables of the Bible. His second musical Once in Murelio was in collaboration with Lehmann Engel Musical Theater Workshop. Phil was also a member of Magic Castle.

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