Sabrina Farhi is a New York City-based voice-over, theatre, and film actress with over fifteen years of performing experience.
Most recently she worked as NPR’s first female broadcast and digital announcer. Out of four hundred and twenty nine applicants, Sabrina was chosen as having the most ambiguously genuine voice. During her tenure she recorded and edited over 200 sponsorship credit spots per week and was heard across the nation by over 32 million people.
Her commercial voice-over work includes national television and radio voice-over campaigns for TIAA-Cref and BIORE.
Sabrina’s voice can be described as warm, sincere, and confident. She brings her background and training as a theatre actress to her voice work and is a member of SAG–AFTRA.