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Steve Van Beckum
Steve Van Beckum - Commercial
New York, New York
Colonoscopy Prep - funny - quirky - nerdy - animated - witty
Las Vegas, Nevada
Character Demo - nerdy, funny, excited, genuine, cute.
Los Angeles, California
Walmart Talking Fridge Commercial > upbeat, animated, funny, conversational
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Royal Empire Game Trailer - Geeky, High Pitched, Nerdy, Upbeat, Fun
Los Angeles, California
Explainer / Product Video Narration
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All About Nerd Voices
The nerd is a quiet, reserved, and academic character. The nerd character is intellectual and enjoys studying, solving problems, experimenting, and reading. The nerd character is also stereotypically socially inept, being shy, reserved, and awkward. The nerd character may have a few close friendships with other nerds, but he or she may have difficulty finding a partner or fitting in with the broader work or school community.
Where to find the nerd vocal character
The nerd can most often be seen in academic settings, and in the more technical and skilled occupations. Nerd characters often have an affinity for science, math, and computing, and have a robust knowledge of the subjects. Nerd characters can frequently be seen coding, working at a technology or internet startup, experimenting in a lab, and researching. Nerd characters are often financially successful and have good employment opportunities. Nerd characters usually take on occupations in which they talk to few people, such as being a lab researcher, a programmer, a mathematician, or an archivist.
Examples of nerd characters in pop culture
The nerd character can be seen most often in movies for children, teenagers, and young adults. Nerd characters can also be seen in many genres, such as mystery and comedy. Spider-man is considered a nerdy character, often busy tinkering with his gadgets, working on his suit, and studying science. Sherlock Holmes is another nerd character, who has a few close friends and is also very intellectual. He spends much of his time focusing on using logic to serve crimes. Observing nerd characters in action can help you identify their traits and understand their awkwardness in social situations.