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Diego Osorio is a Venezuelan-American voiceover artist-filmmaker with a career spanning two decades. He has become one of the most recognized voiceover talents in the US Hispanic Market. He started in Miami in 2001 with TV promos at Discovery Networks, MTV,, Warner Television, FOX Deportes and others.


During that time, Diego landed into the Spanish dubbing industry, recording television series, narrative films, documentaries, and animation series with titles like "Inglourious Basterds", "Modern Family", "Nurse Jackie", "South Park", "Thomas The Engine Tank & Friends", "Fairly Odd Parents", to name a few, and more recently "Robin Hood", "The Mist", "Cops", "Jane The Virgin", Disney's "Once", "Yellowstone", "Tuca & Bertie", "1883" and many more. Diego's voice characterization resume lands him to Walt Disney Studios with Mickey Mouse Shorts and Warner Bros Studios-New Line Cinema's horror films "The Nun" and "Curse of La Llorona" and the Metacube animation feature "Salma's Big Wish" voicing the character of Fernandez. At present, he works as a dubbing actor for CBS and Netflix on a regular basis.


In 2004 he began his advertising career. He's been the voice of brands like Ford, Applebee's, Ritz, Corona, to name a few. His portfolio includes PSAs, corporate videos and movie trailers.

In 2017 Diego wins a Voice Arts Award accredited by SOVAS (Society of Voice Arts & Sciences) for Outstanding TV Promo with FOX Deportes - NASCAR "We don't play". In 2019 he is nominated for Best Movie Trailer with "Curse of La Llorona" and Best TV Animation Ensemble in Spanish with "Tuca & Bertie", and in 2021 he is nominated for Outstanding International Body of Work.


He's a SAG-AFTRA member. Diego lives in Los Angeles, California.



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