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BEVER-LEIGH BANFIELD's captivating vocal quality has graced oodles of national TV and radio commercials, among them Chevrolet, Federal Express, McDonald’s, Levi’s, KFC, Greyhound, Jockey For Her, Schweppe’s, Bank One and Crescent Jewelers. Ms. Banfield, a Yale School of Drama-trained actress, has performed nationally as an ABC-TV network announcer and the narrator of such films as Disney’s “Great Women of America”. She currently live host-narrates the four planetarium shows - "Centered In The Universe", "Water Is Life", "Light of the Valkyries" and "Time's Up" - at L.A,'s landmark Griffith Observatory. Bev has also voiced a variety of cartoon characters in TV series such as “Scooby Doo”, “The Smurfs”, and “The Pound Puppies”, and began her voice over career as The Mayor of Bedrock in “The Flintstone Kids” and “Captain Caveman”. She stars as Georgia in the animated film, “The Little Engine That Could”, and is enjoyed in movie trailers, promos and radio imaging. Bever-leigh has also garnered an extensive resume as a TV, film and stage actress, having starred, co-starred and guest starred in TV dramas and sitcoms, been featured in movies, and performed on Broadway and off and in regional and repertory theatre productions, both contemporary and classical. Bever-leigh's face continues to be familiar in TV commercials, most recently McDonald's, Yoplait, Best Buy, KitchenAid, Altoids and Alfa Insurance. Ms. Banfield is also a published writer, DGA director and video producer.