Al Chalk

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Al Chalk is an American voice actor, broadcaster, musician, songwriter and producer. He has voiced thousands of movie trailers, TV promos, commercials, and other audio presentations. He has also appeared on-camera in Hollywood film and television programs. In addition to his voice-over career, Al has released an album of world fusion music on his indie BoobyTrap Records label entitled United States of Us.

In 1978, Chalk played a member of fictional band the Chesterfields in the film American Hot Wax, the story of DJ Alan Freed.[1][2]

Chalk and four of his fellow voice-over artistsDon LaFontaine, John Leader, Nick Tate, and Mark Elliot—appeared together in the short film 5 Men and a Limo, produced as an introduction segment for the 26th Annual Hollywood Reporter Key Art Awards in 1996.[3]

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  1. Klotman, Phyllis Rauch; Gibson, Gloria J. (1997). Frame by Frame II: A Filmography of the African American Image, 1978-1994. Indiana University Press. p. 19. ISBN 0-253-21120-4.
  2. Childs, T. Mike (10 June 2014). The Rocklopedia Fakebandica. St. Martin's Press. p. 168. ISBN 978-1-4668-7301-8.
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