Terry Baddoo earned the fame with his writing along the hosting skills. He has a dual nationality of England and Ghana but due to his affiliation to the television world of US, he is residing in America.
Terry Baddoo Bio: Parents, Siblings, Early Life
His parents raised their all of the three children in England with excellence in education. His father, Alexandra Palace, was an actor and tried his best to make the career of his three children extraordinary. Terry’s sister, Deborah earned the most excellent order form the English Empire for her work, efforts and charity as a choreographer and art director. Terry’s maternal grandmother had credit to appear on the television for the first time as a broadcasting anchor.
Terry Baddoo Marriage Details
He has officially announced that he is happily married with three children. However, he has not disclosed his personal life to the world. He is a kind person and reflects that personal life should not be influenced by ones career. It is likely that he wants to keep his family out of rumors and gossips.
Terry Baddoo Career Details
Starting his career as a feature writer, Terry Baddoo was able to get into the world of television in US. He worked as a writer with Custom Car Magazine, IPC magazine and the British newspaper “Today”, which was first color newspaper in Britain. Before working with television, Terry Baddoo worked extensively in print journalism.
Terry has wide-ranging skills as a print journalist, including being part of the launch team for “Today” newspaper. His sports column for CNNSI.com was famous for being read widely. Terry Baddoo is a television executive and a former TV host. According to him, he is globally experienced writer, producer and a broadcaster and has covered numerous sports stories, major news and has interviewed newsmakers widely. He has also worked as a freelance writer, story producer for news channel and a number of documentaries as a producer and director.
After working with BBC schools television in 1980s, he broadcast news and current affairs with Black Londoners on Radio London. He also worked with one of BBC children’s news program and provided coverage to worldwide events. Finally he starts working as a sports reporter with BBC. He continues his focus on sports with CNN International’s as script writer, anchor and features different sports events.
Terry Baddoo has a servicing firm through which he provides services of Voice Over to different organizations, universities and businesses.
His voice is making a great turnover of different commercial projects, instructive videos and documentaries. He has a voice of a middle aged man with baritone pitch. With queen accent, he has dialects of Cockney, Liverpudlian, Northern and Yorkshire. His voice overs are mainly used in TV commercials, web-videos, tutorials, business presentations, documentaries and telephone reminders. According to Terry, he has a number of authentic regional British accents.
For his voice over projects, he has established his own home studio and has a good hand on audio editing skills. He has all the details regarding his studio features on internet and people interested in working with him as freelancer can contact him through his email or contact me page on his official website. The microphone which he uses for voice recording is Rode NT1A, along the recording set Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface Mackie 402VLZ4 Mixer. The computer on which he edits his voice overs is aiMAc21.5″ with Retina 4K display – Intel Core i5 – 8GB Memory – 1TB Hard Drive.
Along with script writing and copy writing skills, he has developed best results with his own voice. He currently shared his views regarding his profession that to focus on the writing projects and other tasks in which he is very much interested, he quit hosting. He always enjoy working on writing projects and reading out the content for voice overs. To get the jobs done with perfection, he gets training of every required skill and used to manage all the project tasks by his own.
Terry has a very hard working and skilled personality among his coworkers. With a wide range of skills, he might be having good money. Just as his family matters, he is also conventional in terms of his worth and salary. Along his television career, he has income from voice overs, script writing and copy writing jobs.