Lorraine Ziff Voicovers    
    Lorraine graduated Marymount College with a B. A. Double Degree in Theatre and Communications with a concentration in Journalism. During college, she began her acting career with bit parts in movies such as The Muppets Take Manhattan and television shows such as L. A. Law. Upon graduation, she won the Actor's Award. She appeared in television shows such as Burn Notice, films such as Goldberg, P.I. and many commercials, often as the spokesperson.

Lorraine attended law school, had a paralegal business then attended graduate school and obtained her M.S.W. from Fordham University, NY. She worked in a school as a School Social Worker and had a psychotherapist business as well as owned and operated a real estate investment/property management business. She has been very involved in fundraising for cancer research and has been named a "Cancer Research Angel" on more than one occasion through various organizations. Throughout it all, she has continued to take acting, vocal and voice over performance classes to hone her craft. She has been in many stage productions as well as commercials, film and television shows. Lorraine's rich experiences outside of the acting world make her very familiar with terms, situations and conditions in various businesses, and enable her to bring true depth to her acting and voice over performances.

In addition, she continues to expand her role to that of Producer. She splits her time between New York, California and Florida. She is married to Laurence (Larry) Ziff and has two sons, Adam and Matthew. Lorraine's life has truly come full circle as, more recently, she has considered herself very fortunate to work on movies with her son, Matthew Ziff, who is also an actor of SAG, AFTRA and GIAA. Information on Matthew can be found at www.matthewziff.com .

Lorraine is a member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and GIAA. Additional information, including a full resume can be found on www.imdb.com/name/nm3977675/resume.

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