Yeni Alvarez

Yeni Alvarez
Voice Artist and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

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July 2014
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About Yeni

Yeni Alvarez is a leading voice in today’s growing Latin Market. Her successes range from the top rated award winning TELEMUNDO sitcom “Los Beltrán” (winner of the Golden Eagle Award, Imagen Award, and Alma Award), to the voice of numerous national commercial campaigns to the Spanish Voice of Disney Theme Parks.

Having always been somewhat of a trailblazer, voice artist Yeni Alvarez is thrilled to be at the forefront of an ever-changing industry. This is following a cross-cultural renaissance happening in the advertising industry right now and for the past few years. Thanks to the diversity in many new shows and even entire networks targeted at and focusing on diversity, there are more opportunities for cross-cultural talent than ever before. This trend in the entertainment industry is creating more demand for diverse voices in animated shows, eLearning, corporate narration, and specifically commercials, which have long been fields traditionally dominated by neutral American English accents only.

“Stereotypes are always a component in jokes about accents, but now the big seller is authenticity when it comes to today’s audience.”

Yeni Alvarez has voiced hundreds of projects from Spanish television and radio commercials, to elearning, to ADR to and video games and animation. Yeni can be heard on Oscar nominated film “Happy Feet,” and on various TV shows like Disney’s “Handy Manny,” Warner Brothers’ “Static Shock,” and Nickelodeon’s “Glenn Martin DDS,” and “Get Blake!” as well as all Disney Theme Parks like Walt Disney World, California Adventure, and Disneyland. Yeni Alvarez's voice can be heard at all the Walt Disney Parks where she tells you (in Spanish) to keep your hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times! Yeni Alvarez represents the power and the success of the Latina woman in the US, and is the driving force behind the mic at .

Yeni is also the first Hispanic female lead in a video game, voicing Angel Sanches for Freedom: First Resistance. Yeni's animation experience ranges from Disney cartoon voices of little girls and fluffy creatures to video game zombies or warriors.

Unique traits: Spanish language, Accented English, Spanglish voiceover artist, Spanish Market Consultant, expert in forbidden Spanish Market words.



  • Alma Award 2001 - Won Outstanding Spanish Language Comedy Series

  • GLAAD Media Awards 2001 (Nominated) Outstanding TV Comedy Series

  • GLAAD Media Awards 2000 (Nominated) Outstanding TV Comedy Series

  • Imagen Foundation Awards 2001 Won Imagen Award for Primetime Comedy Series - Spanish

  • Nosotros Golden Eagle Awards 2000 Won Golden Eagle Award for Outstanding Spanish Language Sitcom

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