Inka Magnaye Profile – What You Need To Know About The Lady Behind The Philippines Airlines Voice Over

Name Inka Magnaye
Age 26 years old
Nationality Philippines
Father Unknown
Mother Lindy Pellicer
Marital Status Single

Who Is Inka Magnaye?

Inka Magnaye is the first ASMR Podcaster in Philiphines Announcer. She is also a voice talent, events host, with 26 years of voice talent experience. TV, radio, corporate, NGO, government, gaming, anything that needs a voice-over. She is an alumna of Southville International School and Colleges.

In a new instagram video Inka revealed that she was the in-flight voice-over talent for PAL, the same exact voice you hear giving you flight precautions right before takeoff. And in a wonderful stroke of coincidence, Inka also shared that her mom had the same exact stint for PAL back in the ‘90s!

In the said clip, Inka along with her mom Lindy Pellicer—with her 40 years of industry experience—took turns reciting the script for PAL’s in-flight instructional script, and it’s safe to say it left us shook and amazed.

Inka Magnaye Family & Career

Inka Magnaye came from a family of voice talents! His parents were radio DJs back in the 80’s until the early 2000’s. In fact, that was how they met! After being a voice talent Inka Magnaye since before she can even remember, the station that my parents used to work for asked if I wanted to be a DJ for them as well. Inka Magnaye said her best experience has been working with her brother and youngest sibling, Renzo

During an interview Southville, Inka Magnaye talked about being a radio DJ “Being a DJ is a little like being a one stop shop for everything that goes on. You need to be updated on current events, the weather, gossip, and also facts on the different artists and songs you play so you can use your talk time on the air wisely. Our station doesn’t allow more than a minute of talk at a time, so we really need to make what we say count. At the station, we push for positivity and encouragement, progress and creativity. We’re like your personal, musical cheerleaders!”

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On working with her Mom for Philippines Airlines she said “This job has an interesting story. Worth the read!

On the first day of my recordings for Philippines Airlines , I took a grab from the south all the way to QC because that’s where the studio was. I had breakfast with the clients, signed the contract, and then headed into the recording booth.

 

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This job has an interesting story. Worth the read! On the first day of my recordings for @flypal , I took a grab from the south all the way to QC because that’s where the studio was. I had breakfast with the clients, signed the contract, and then headed into the recording booth. But right before we started, I said, “Oh, I have some trivia for you, by the way.” They said, “What is it?” And I said, “Did you know that my mom was the in-flight voice over for Philippine Airlines back in the 90s?” And the clients and our sound engineer for the project all gasped in surprise. They didn’t know! They asked me what my mom’s name was, I said, “Lindy.” Clients were amazed because out of a blind audition where several women sent in their samples, my voice was chosen, without knowing who I was or who my mom was, because I sounded the most like their brand. And it made sense because my mom was the sound of their brand, and I sound like my mom. This isn’t the first time my mom and I have worked for the same clients, simply because our voices are so similar. For example, we’ve done work for skin care products where my mom’s voice was used for products aimed at older women, and my voice was used for the younger line. Same goes for banks and telcos. This probably won’t be the last brand either. My mom is one of my biggest mentors in my voice over career, and I learn from her every day. Even just doing this video with her, I learned so much just by listening to her change the pace, style, and words she’d emphasize. Someone on TikTok said my mom did it so much better than I did, and my god OF COURSE SHE DID because she’s damn amazing and if I could reach her skill level, I can die happy. I’m learning from the best 💕 (Advanced) HAPPY MOTHER’s DAY, Mom!! I love you!! You inspire me!! @lindypellicer And a Happy Mother’s Day to all your moms, as well!! ❤️ MORE TRIVIA: Lindy Pellicer, Pinky Aseron, and the late, great Lily Nichols were just some of the in-flight voice overs for Philippine Airlines. All three of them, including me, were all products of 99.5RT training ❤️

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But right before we started, I said, “Oh, I have some trivia for you, by the way.” They said, “What is it?” And I said, “Did you know that my mom was the in-flight voice over for Philippine Airlines back in the 90s?” And the clients and our sound engineer for the project all gasped in surprise. They didn’t know! They asked me what my mom’s name was, I said, “Lindy.” Clients were amazed because out of a blind audition where several women sent in their samples, my voice was chosen, without knowing who I was or who my mom was, because I sounded the most like their brand. And it made sense because my mom was the sound of their brand, and I sound like my mom.

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This isn’t the first time my mom and I have worked for the same clients, simply because our voices are so similar. For example, we’ve done work for skin care products where my mom’s voice was used for products aimed at older women, and my voice was used for the younger line. Same goes for banks and telcos.

This probably won’t be the last brand either.

My mom is one of my biggest mentors in my voice over career, and I learn from her every day. Even just doing this video with her, I learned so much just by listening to her change the pace, style, and words she’d emphasize.”