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Born in Connecticut and raised in Buffalo, Alicia Dell'Aria moved to NYC in 2011 where she studied acting and performed stand up comedy around Manhattan. Alicia’s humor, broad emotional range and acting chops combined with her raspy voice make her a kind of Saroise Ronan / Michelle Williams cocktail with a double shot of Alicia Vikander.

After graduating from the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2013, Alicia starred in three seasons of Colors Studios' show 'The Church', and feature films such as Grace is Gone with Ken Shamrock (WWE) and Young Lion of the West with Joey Sasso (The Circle).

In 2017, Dell'Aria's strong, sassy, sultry voice was discovered and her career as a Professional Voice Over Artist began.

Represented by KMR Talent for Voice Over and Commercial, she has recorded for brands like Aveeno, Tim Horton's, Dunkin Donuts, Juicy Couture, L'Oreal, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Zyrtec, Visine and Rockstar Game’s Red Dead Redemption II to name a few.

During the pandemic, Dell'Aria produced and hosted High Vibrations, an online radio show combining her poetry, comedy & background in yoga/meditation with playlists of undiscovered indie artists and 60s/70s/80s throwbacks on 

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This world inspired her to pack up her VoiceOver Booth, closing her ten year chapter in the Big Apple, and move to Miami to DJ and learn Spanish. She then founded Hart Hut Studios, LLC, a production company with focus in Voice Over, Film/Television & DJing.


Now bilingual and performing all over Miami, Dell'Aria utilizes her versatile voice & performance background combined with House Music to create a unique sound experience to the beats of deep, organic, and tech house with afro, soul and disco influences.

Off camera, outside of the booth and away from the DJ decks, Dell'Aria spends her time on the beach, writing and teaching other's how to connect to their most authentic voice.

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