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Uzbek Voice Actors

Locate the ideal Uzbek Voice Actor for your project with Voquent.

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About Uzbek Voice Actors

Uzbek is a language most common in Uzbekistan but does have international reach in nearby nations and foreign Uzbek nationals.

However, with such a niche language, it is important to get an authentic native speaker for your voice acting. That is where Voquent comes in.

Looking for Turkish? Or perhaps Russian? We offer a wide range of different world languages to tailor to your project needs if an Uzbek voice actor isn’t for you.

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Voquent’s innovative online service quickly connects customers with experienced voice actors speaking with any accent or language.

We make casting and recording a fun and creative collaboration, producing captivating performances remotely or on location for all types of voice-over projects.

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Learn more about Uzbek voice actors

Uzbek is a language primarily spoken in Central Asia by over 34 million people. The language existed as Karakhanid in its early form and belongs to the Turkic language family. The language is thought to have begun life in the Amu Darya, Syr Darya, and Zarafshan river basins with its early form being the Chagatai language; a language that was among some of the earliest Turkic languages of that region.

Fun fact: The term Uzbek was originally used to refer to a vowel-harmonized variety of Kipchak. This form of Uzbek is now commonly referred to as Old Uzbek, in place of what we know as Modern Uzbek.

The language belongs to the Karluk branch of the Turkic languages, but other languages such as Arabic, Persian, and Russian have influenced how modern Uzbek differs from its traditional roots. Unlike the other Turkic languages, vowel harmony is entirely lost in the standardized form of Uzbek. Modern Uzbek is recognized to have three different dialect groups.

The Karluk dialect group forms the basis of standard Uzbek and is mainly spoken with a vocabulary influenced by the Persian language. The Karluk dialect is not to be confused with the Karluk language group. The other two dialects are the Kipchak dialect spoken in North-Central Uzbekistan, and the Oghuz dialect is spoken mainly in Khorezm near the Turkmenistan border.

Uzbek as we know it today is native to 8 different nations; Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Russia, and China. However, only 7 nations recognize it as an official or minority language and Uzbekistan is the only nation that has it as an official language.

Voquent’s powerful search tool can help you find the ideal voice for your project that speaks in native Uzbek dialects. To truly connect with audiences across the world that speak Uzbek, having an authentic Uzbek voice actor is crucial.

Every voice we work with here at Voquent is vetted and approved for professional work before we assign them to any projects. Every project manager that we assign to a project will provide you with a single point of contact for all your project needs and can even recommend voice actors for your project; in the event that you can’t find what you need or can’t decide.

Got a question? Can’t find what you need? Reach out to us now and we’ll see how we can help you.

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