Dotun Taylor Quits Commercial Voice-Over After Ooni’s Appointment

Celebrity voice-over artist, Dotun Taylor, has called it quit with commercial productions following his appointment as the Yoruba Cultural Ambassador and Voice of the House of Oodua by His Imperial Majesty, the Ooni of Ile-Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II.

The talented entertainer, according to information scooped by us, is leaving to focus on his new job, which we learnt is demanding.

Dotun Taylor is the CEO of Aroba Groove and has worked on several projects, which are well known in the industry.

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In a statement issued by his management, the handsome dude thanked his teeming fans and ardent admirers for their role in his career, which stated in 2000.

However, he said corporate clients who may still require his services may still reach him through the House of Oodua, Palace of the Ooni of Ile-Ife for possible partnership.

In his illustrious career as a commercial voice over artist, Dotun Taylor voiced many movies, TV programmes and commercials.

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Some of these include the popular Papa Ajasco sitcom (next week of your award winning super story), African Magic Scenic Links, Gulder Ultimate Search, Guinness, Idan Irawo, Next Movie Star, Tom Tom, Samsung, to mention a few of the lots.

His voice has also adorned numerous movie promos in a sweet blend of English and Yoruba languages, delivered in his deep but eloquent baritone.

He has also produced few films including Egberun Maili, Emere, Eko Wenjele just as he has directed flicks like Igba n bajo, Onikola, Voiceless Scream and Halimat.

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Dotun Taylor is also the presenter of ‘Ije Iwo mo?’ (a programme that focuses on our history, culture and heritage) on Faaji FM radio a stem of DAAR Communications Plc.

It is important to note that the first job Dotun Taylor worked on as a voice over artist was being a narrator of the epic Yoruba movie, ‘Oduduwa.’

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