Camille Dixon

Categories: USA

Camille has a warm and sensual voice with with an endearing accent. Her voice is authoritative and crystal clear. A fantasic reader.

She is the signature voice of Kroger-owned Smith’s, King Soopers and City Market grocery stores in the Intermountain West and the announcer for Lumineers and Rob Nevins’ Skinny Switch infomercials nationwide.

For travellers in Alaska, Florida, Los Angeles, Metroplex of Texas, North Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin, her voice is the steady guide through road construction and traffic on the 511 information system. Camille's industrial narrations bring vitality and clarity to almost every endeavor from automotive repair to x-ray technology. Industrial clients include Avon, Canon, Hyundai, Iomega, Prudential and Symantec. She has yet to narrate anything for yak wranglers or zamboni drivers but welcomes the opportunity.

On television, Camille has built a career sharing knowledge and understanding of our world as host of numerous PBS pledge specials. Her work with public broadcasting began as a classical music host on public radio for ten years. She made the transition into public television joining KOCE-TV in Southern California and now travels the world for PBS. Camille still retains her radio roots as executive producer of the public radio series "How We Saw It.”