Beverly has been an actor, voice actor, singer, and songwriter all her life. She has also been teaching these skills in tandem with her performing career over the past 40 years.
One favorite aspect of Beverly’s career is voice acting, which she began as a teenager in New York, and she relishes the time she devotes to teaching the craft and business to others.
Beverly’s voice has been heard in the various media for such products as Shell, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, The US Navy, The San Diego Zoo, Oprah, Nissan, Wild Animal Park, Jazzercise, SD Zoo, Ralphs and El Pollo Loco. Her characters have appeared on Cartoon Network’s “Cow & Chicken” & video games, such as “Mech Warriors” & “The Lost Grimoires”. Her voice acting career also includes videos, infomercials, industrials, promos, audio books, websites, IVR, and awards shows. She has played everything from moms to corporate executives, mad fighter-pilots to evil queens, and kids to friendly fungus.
Beverly’s singing voice has been heard on the airways on her million-selling recording, “Don’t Say You Don’t Remember” and “We’re Free”. She has performed on Broadway in “Hair” and “The Me Nobody Knows”, as well as in other theatrical venues in such shows as “The Rocky Horror Show” and “Menopause the Musical” in Los Angeles.
Beverly has also performed in clubs and concerts all over the world, and has appeared on television in many commercials, movies, and episodic tv shows such as “Veronica Mars”, as well as on talk/variety shows including “The Tonight Show”, “The Merv Griffin Show”, “The Mike Douglas Show”, “The David Frost Show”, and “American Bandstand”.
Also an accomplished songwriter, Beverly has written 5 produced musicals and the platinum, “Mousercise” for Disney. She has recorded several CDs in recent years, “Don’t Say You Don’t Remember Beverly Bremers”, “Been There, Done That – Prime Cuts”, “Remembering the Sixties”, and “The Best of Beverly Bremers’.