FARGO — Megan Bartholomay-Berreth has many voices in her head.
Not in a scary way, but in a good way.
The Fargo woman works by day as a district manager for a large liquor distributor. But she also has a side hustle as a voiceover artist, which means she can draw on a whole cast of characters to narrate advertisements ranging from trendy health spas and college financial-aid programs to casinos or child-restraint-seat PSAs.
Position her before a mic, and her voice can convey many personas, be it a perky grandma, a silky-voiced siren, a reassuring soccer mom or a “like, tew-tally awesome” Valley girl.
And once — just once — a singing pig.
“Most people have heard me and they don’t know it,” says the animated and whip-smart voiceover actor, who goes by the professional name of Meg Bartholomay. At the time, she’s sipping a latte and scrolling through a freelance voiceover log on her laptop to help …