Voice Acting

Lincoln Hoppe's voice can be heard in Animated Film, Radio and Television Commercials, Video Games, and award winning Audio Books.

Feature Film
The Princess and the Pea
Animated Feature Film, Leading Role; HeathLincoln as Heath
Lincoln as 'Heath' in Princess & the Pea.

Radio and Television Commercial Voice Over
Commercial Demo mp3

A Few Full Radio Spot MP3's. These spots all aired.
UTA Trip Winner - Over the Top Comedic Announcer
Clark Planetarium 1 - Star Gazing - Comedic Dialogue
McDonalds - Straight Announcer
Bank Courier - Real Guy Announcer
UTA Car Winner- Over the Top Comedic Announcer
Clark Planetarium 2- Comedic Dialogue
Retro Rose - Hip/Layed Back Announcer
Zions Bank Hedges - Customer Testimonial
Credit Help - Soft Announcer
Brighton Bank - Comedic Dialogue
Saturday Night Live - Comedic Character Testimonial
Subway Sandwitches - Comedic Celebrity Character

Audio Books

Go to Audible.com for more of Lincoln's audiobook samples

Okay for Now

 

Okay for Now by Gary D. Schmidt
Fiction

Earphone AwardWinner Audiofile Earphone Award
Winner 2012 Odyssey Honor

 

Cross Gardener

The Cross Gardener by Jason F. Wright
Fiction

"Superb voice work from Lincoln Hoppe." - Jason F. Wright, the Author

Marcello

Marcello in the Real World by Tony Abbott
Young Adult/Fiction

"Narrator Lincoln Hoppe finds his way into this teen's struggle with Asperger's syndrome with a soft hesitancy that's at once appealing and believable. Hoppe breezes through the myriad situations encountered by this unusual young man in the intense environment of a Boston legal firm while capturing Marcelo's innocence with a delicate subtlety that remains pitch perfect throughout." - AudioFile 2009

Earphone Award AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

A Day No Pigs Would Die

A Day No Pigs Would Die
by Robert Newton Peck - Young Adult/Fiction

The Postcard

 

The Postcard by Tony Abbott
Young Adult/Fiction

“Narrator Lincoln Hoppe nimbly portrays a dichotomy of characters. Hoppe's well-paced, realistic dialogue adds credibility to the story's adults, especially Jason's stressed-out father.” -Audiofile Magazine, September 2008

Everything Matters

Everything Matters by Ron Currie Jr.
Fiction

"Hoppe deserves additional praise for exercising vocal restraint as the main character. Junior goes through a heck of a lot and is saddled with the emotional baggage of knowing the fate of the world, but Hoppe never lays it on thick in his narration. Hoppe especially shines when the emotional weight of losing his girlfriend and his family start to wear Junior down." - Audible Editor Reviews

"Lincoln Hoppe, and the other narrators create a powerful audio experience. The emotional performances throughout make Everything Matters unforgettable." M.S. © AudioFile 2009

Outcasts United

Outcasts United by Warren St. John
Non-fiction

"Narrated with warmth and precision by Lincoln Hoppe. As Hoppe narrates, his voice takes on a friendly professorial vibe when going into the history of conflict in, say, Liberia, then switches cadence and tone to connote suspense." - Audible.com

"Lincoln Hoppe brings a smooth flow to a true story full of struggles. With even tones and seemingly effortless pronunciations, Hoppe introduces the various young immigrants... Hoppe melds the story of these challenges as beautifully as Mufleh brings together her team and her community." -AudioFile 2009

Do Hard Things Do Hard Things by Alex and Brett Harris
Non-fiction/Christian Youth
Graven Images

Graven Images by Paul Fleischman
Fiction/Children
3 Short Stories

"Hoppe nails the youthful voice of a love-struck boy in "Saint Crispin's Follower" -School Library Journal Review

Wings of Heroes On the Wings of Heroes by Richard Peck
Young Adult Novel
“Lincoln Hoppe reads in a warm, inviting voice... He does an especially fine job capturing the poignancy of the evolving father-son relationship.” - Audiofile Magazine, AUG/ SEP 07
Nocturnes

Nocturnes by Kazou Ishiguro
Fiction

"Lincoln Hoppe's languid delivery captures the humor of the title story without letting it slide into absurdity."

Earphone Award AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

The Gargoyle

 

The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
New York Times Bestseller/Novel
(Contains Graphic content)

"Actor Lincoln Hoppe's reading in debut novelist Davidson's haunting story of a transcendent love is flawless." --Library Journal, 2008, included in Best Audiobooks of 2008

"Brought to life in a spirited yet intensely personal reading by Lincoln Hoppe... Hoppe reads with tremendous passion and intensity, never going over the top, but always drawing his audience into the tale with a raw performance. Through suffering, pain, hatred and love, Hoppe captures the very essence of this enthralling tale...." -Publishers Weekly

"Lincoln Hoppe reads the unabridged audiobook of The Gargoyle, and his grasp of the characters is stunning. From Vikings to nuns to a man with a scarred larynx to the "bitch snake" that only morphine will quiet, he offers believable portraits of all of them. And he is not slowed in the least by all the foreign idioms and accents that he is required to master. Hoppe's reading may even make the book more accessible to those that find it a difficult read." - Craig Clarke

King Dork

 

King Dork by Frank Portman
Fiction/Humor
(Portions not be suitable for younger listeners)
“Lincoln Hoppe makes Portman's protagonist interesting and gives him a wry sense of humor. Engaging and youthful, Hoppe helps make Tom sound like a guy you wouldn't mind hanging out with.” –AudioFile AUG/ SEP 06
Pharmakon

Pharmakon by Dirk Wittenborn
Novel
(Portions not be suitable for younger listeners)
"The narrators capture the emotional ups and downs of all the characters as they deal with life's disappointments." -AudioFile

Say Goodbye

Say Goodbye by Lisa Gardner
Fiction/Thriller
(Contains Graphic content)

"Narrator Ann Marie Lee is exceptional in creating the voices on the normal side of the ledger...Lee uses accents expertly... Lincoln Hoppe is equally effective handling the voices of the victims and the creeps, though it's a less palatable task. Strongly recommended, but listen in daylight." --AudioFile

Earphone Award Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award

Poe's Children Audiobook Poe's Children by Peter Straub
Fiction/Horror
"Each performer imparts a sense of graveness to his or her work, as well as a clear respect for the written word and its author." AudioFile
Someday This Pain Audiobook

Someday this Pain Will Be Useful to You by Peter Cameron
Young Adult

"Hoppe elicits the complicated range of emotions that the young 18-year-old is grappling with throughout the story." - AudioFile

Second Chances

On the Divinity of Second Chances by Kaya McLaren

"Olive, the banker daughter, and Forrest, the runaway son (narrated by Hoppe), are both artfully performed."

Earphone Award AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

Last Christian

The Last Christian by David Gregory

(coming soon)

No Kiss List

Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

Multiple Narrators

To Listen to more Audio Samples visit Random House or Books on Tape

Video Games

Combat Medic - PC Game
Downhill Domination
Combat Medic Game

Outwars - Microsoft PC Game
HearSay Game
Outwars Game

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