A veteran of the entertainment industry, Shannon Engemann began her career at 11 months of age, when she appeared in a nationally broadcasted commercial for Gerber Baby Food, and grew up surrounded by famous recording artists and performers, including her mother. As Corporate Vice President of Artist and Repertoire at Capitol Records, her father exposed her to a number of extremely talented individuals. Shannon Engemann first entered the recording studio at age four and has sung with a number of popular artists, including Rod Stewart, The Beach Boys and Nat King Cole. Throughout her high school and college years, she fronted several bands. Shannon Engemann began modeling at 14 when the McCarty Agency discovered her walking down a Salt Lake City street. Shortly thereafter, she signed a contract with New York’s Eileen Ford Modeling Agency. She has since appeared in commercials, fashion magazines, catalogs, and newspapers in addition to having graced the runway frequently. With talents beyond singing and modeling, Shannon Engemann has acted for television and film, functioned as a talk show host, and voiced numerous national commercials for television and radio, documentaries, and audio books. Her clients include Lunesta, Lexus, IBM, Honda, Disney, CNN, and ABC. Recent film credits include a leading role as Belveeda in Dragon Warriors and a supporting role as Denise in Abruzzo Productions’ Three of a Kind. She has also worked as a film and television makeup artist. Represented by DPN Talent in Beverly Hills and Talent Management Group, Inc., in Salt Lake City, Shannon Engemann resides in the latter and Los Angeles.

Work History

Work History
Jan 1964 - Present

Performer and Voice Over Artist

Entertainment Industry