Signature Voice Actor Mike Goral Lands High Profile Role as Vignette Voice for CTV and Alexander Keith’s Master Chef Canada Brand Partnership Campaign
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Prolific voice-over actor Mike Goral
continues his exemplary track record as the voice of a series of
Alexander Keith’s Brewery vignettes, to be tied into the much
anticipated debut of Master Chef Canada to be aired on CTV. The high
profile spots will highlight cooking recipes using main ingredients
straight from the show and how pairing — and sometimes incorporating –
Alexander Keith’s beer can make a truly unique entree. Goral will serve
as the voice that guides viewers and amateur cooks into the world of
Goral is known for a wide variety of roles, as his memorable voice has
become the signature for many major radio stations (like 102.1 The Edge
in Toronto, Channel 103 in the UK), as well as the narrative voice on
programs for ESPN, Discovery, HGTV, the Smithsonian Channel and more.
For Goral, the chance to be featured on a segment for such a highly
publicized program was also a chance to learn about a new world.
“It really showed me the culinary side of beer,” says Goral. “It was a
lot of fun, I didn’t realize beer went with so many things.” The beer
cooking vignettes features one-two punches like lobster rolls and
Alexander Keith’s India Pale Ale and a beer glazed pork loin chop with
Alexander Keith’s Cascade Hop Ale.
For his part, Goral has provided an illustrative and reliable voice to
color the segments with authority and appeal.
“Mike was a perfect fit to align the two brands together,” said Patrick
McCann, the Creative Director of Brand Partnerships at CTV. “Mike’s
professionalism and talent make him an ideal choice for a wide range of
Goral is also slated to return to the role of hard-nosed soldier Carlos
Figueroa, the main character of the cult hit Starship Gemini series for
PC. The science fiction strategy game is set to release a sequel,
Starship Gemini 2, in 2014 with early access for consumers available
now through Steam.
SOURCE Mike Goral