I have been an actor for over 25 years. I mainly have done stage work, most recently at Hale Centre Theatre in West Valley City, Utah, but now it's time for me to branch out into Voice Over work. I am making my mark this year. After all, it's something that I was meant to do.
I am a very happily married man and have two boys that I am so very proud of.
Check it out! My first national commercial voice over gig! Yes it’s a YouTube commercial, but still! What an awesome opportunity! And it’s for Amazon Prime Music: I’m thankful they liked my demo! You can check out the product here: http://www.amazon.com/b?ref_=tsm_1_yt_s_amzn_n72ee8&ie=UTF8&node=8335758011
I just found out that I’ll be playing the lead and only role in a short film titled “On A High Arid Plain”. It will be shot in March and hopefully edited by the end of April. I’m pretty excited about the opportunity. I’ll be playing as a cowboy. I’ll be riding a horse, shooting […]
I’ve always wanted to be an actor in some capacity. Due to being an available and cheap movie buddy, I got to see countless numbers of films growing up, as two of my uncles took me to see the latest flick that hit the theatres. Sitting in the darkened movie houses, I realized then that […]
So I actually made it early. I’m sitting in the halls, waiting for the teacher to arrive. I’m so excited about finally getting on this path in life. I really, like for the first time in my life, feel like this is what I was meant to be – a voice over artist. I’m getting […]
“Another actor that caught my attention was Anthony LeRoy Lovato, who played several characters throughout the play. Many actors in the play did this as well, but Lovato played his with such variety and commitment to each one that he was a pleasure to watch.” http://utahtheatrebloggers.com/15376/hale-centre-theatre-serves-up-classic-comedy-in-no-time-for-sergeants
“Anthony L. Lovato as the ghost of Jacob Marley was bone-chilling (and so were the effects) — he was so scary that little ones might need to hide their eyes.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865568605/Hale-Centre-Theatres-A-Christmas-Carol-delights.html?pg=all
“The standout performances belonged to Juror #8 (Anthony Lovato) and Juror #3 (Criss Rosenlof).” http://backstageutah.com/locked-in-with-12-angry-men/ “Particular standouts include Anthony L. Lovato as Juror #8, the one man who is brave enough to act on a feeling of reasonable doubt in a case everyone else sees as open and shut. Lovato’s performance is one of compassion […]
“The Musketeers—Michael Hohl, Anthony Lovato, and Jeffrey H. Dickamore—were just as the audience expected them to be: excellent swordsman, popular with the women, and devoted to each other and whomever happened to be the king at the time. Overall they gave pleasing performances” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700027005/Hale-Centre-Theatres-The-Three-Musketeers-solid-but-scattered.html?pg=all