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maleTom AlexanderAge Range: 15 – 30
Tom is from the south of England and has a naturally deep and captivating tone. His voice is versatile and lends itself to a broad range of characters, with an excellent ear for accents and impressions including a strong set of varied American, British and European voices.
He has worked on many radio and audio dramas for the BBC, Audible, Big Finish and recently Games Workshop, appearing in Neverwhere, Good Omens, The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Audible’s Alien audio dramas, The X-Files, Terry Pratchett’s Unseen Academicals, Dr Who, The Avengers, and many more.
Tom has performed ADR work for a number of projects, including Kill Your Friends, and many incidental characters in the game Guitar Hero Live, he has also recorded teaching and learning materials for Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, and Pearson Education.Home Studio
maleLekiddo ArbuahAge Range: 20 – 50
Born in London of Ghanaian decent, Lekiddo has been a successful voiceover artist, actor and singing for several years with voiceover briefs from corporate training videos to TV and radio advertising campaigns. He has a versatile voice and ranges from middle England to Mid Atlantic, African and Caribbean. His tone has been used for authoritative texts to children’s wacky and street wise. Commercial credits include, ‘National Blood Service’, medical training videos, Chewits, Puma, Kiss FM, Gun Crime Awareness and GWR networks and This Is Global networks. Lekiddo has been the voice of Chewits for the last four years.
Lekiddo is also a singer/songwriter and producer, has his own audio production studio and as well as having an extensive ‘a cappella’ repertoire of songs for 1920's to current day, he also has an electro pop/disco disco persona Lekiddo – Lord of The Lobsters!
maleGareth ArmstrongAge Range: 40 – 50
Native Welsh but works predominantly in RP Gareth has a warm and authoritative voice with an excellent range of characters which he has put to very good use recording hundreds of Audio Books from James Herbert to Shakespeare! and Radio plays, he has provided narratives for Wildlife Documentaries, Corporate training, ELT, Audio Guides and promos for QVC and CNBC. Gareth is highly skilled in dubbing and post synch, working most recently on "Pirates of the Caribbean", and "Harry Potter" for cinema, and Longford and John Prescott for BBC.
maleBill BaileyAge Range: 55 – 75
A Native American born in North Carolina, Bills natural accent has a hint of the Deep South. He has a big rich warm voice ideally suited to movie trailers and promos. TV Commercials include "McDonalds", "Daily Star Newspapers" and "Tyco Toys". Bill has recorded numerous radio plays for the BBC, is experienced in film dubbing, animation work, Corporate training and Audio Books.
maleJim BarclayAge Range: 35 – 55
A mid range voice, with a tremendous repertoire of characters and accents, Particularly Geordie (Jim grew up in the North East). As well as being an actor Jim is a stand up comedian so is used to thinking on his feet! TV and Radio Ads include "Taco Bell", "Newcastle Exhibition Beer", "Vauxhall", "Mr Kipling Cakes", "Barclays Bank". Other work includes Corporate Training, Radio Drama and Comedy, Audio Books and Documentaries.Home Studio
maleChris BeckAge Range: 20 – 45
A native of Manchester, Chris has a warm and slightly mischievous quality to his voice he is also very versatile making him an ideal candidate for children's TV, In fact he was Milo in the Tweenies! As well as being the lead singer in a band. Commercial credits include "Weetabix", "Audi", "Tesco", "Miller Lite Beer", "Milk Marketing Board" etc. also BBC World Service, BBC Children's Radio and World Vision.
maleTodd BoyceAge Range: 35 – 55
A Native American, Todd was born in southern Ohio and grew up in New York, Germany, Chicago, Brazil and Australia. This all American guy next door whose natural voice is warm and assured has a terrific range of characters from every corner of the United States from all walks of life. Making London his home for 20 years Todd also works in RP and is fluent in Portuguese. He has extensive experience in dubbing and post synch and has recorded numerous radio plays and Book at Bedtime and is experienced in animation, corporate and computer games. TV and radio ads include BT, McDonalds, Mercedes, Land Rover and RBS.Home Studio
maleGary CrossAge Range: 30 – 50
Native Scots, a mid range voice, as you can hear from the sound files Gary covers all Scottish regional accents from cultured Edinburgh to Glaswegian hard man and is equally at home working in RP. Recent voice credits include a British Airways TV commercial, narration on "The Remedy" a TV Drama, and the voice over on the film "Pasty Faces". TV work includes "Taggart", "Eastenders", "The Bill", "Casualty", and "Inspector Lyndley Mysteries".Home Studio
maleKris DyerAge Range: 20 – 45
Kris has light, friendly voice with great versatility and an aptitude for comedy. Originally from Devon his range includes: RP, Yorkshire, Welsh, West Country, Scottish, American and a good ear for impressions.
Kris has narrated around 100 audiobooks for Audible, Penguin & RNIB talking books including titles by Neil Gaiman, Graham Swift, James Herbert, Alain de Botton, Mary Renault, Cressida Cowell and many more…His narration of the Dan Rhodes novel Little Hands Clapping was picked out by the Independent on Sunday as one of the ‘audiobooks of the summer’: “…read by the excellent Kris Dyer… you may well, embarrassingly, laugh aloud…” Independent on Sunday
Kris has appeared in Dr Who (Big Finish) and on BBC Radio 4 & 2.
He has written comedy for Caroline Quentin, John Sessions, Simon Greenall and Richard Herring amongst others.
maleBarnaby EdwardsAge Range: 30 – 50
Born in Surrey, Barnaby is a natural RP speaker. He has a clear, well-modulated and articulate voice with an excellent range of characters and accents. He has recorded more than sixty unabridged audiobooks and hundreds of audio dramas and radio plays. He provides voices for three of the BBC’s Doctor Who video games and plays the computer L.E.M.O.N. in the comic sci-fi audio series Strangeness in Space. Barnaby is also skilled at ADR, having dubbed pretty much the entire army in Alfonso Cuarón’s movie Children of Men. In the commercial sphere, he has worked for GEC, Virgin, WHSmith and Bacardi. One of his audiobooks, Thirteen, won the Best Original Work Audie and his reading of the collected poetry of Edward Thomas was selected as The Guardian’s Audiobook of the Month.
maleMark ElstobAge Range: 30 – 70
Mark lives in London and has a naturally clear and informative RP tone, though he is originally from the north east of England (Sunderland). His voice is very flexible and can easily produce a broad range of accents and vocal characterizations, covering all the UK, Europe and America.
Mark has recorded over one hundred unabridged books delivering works by Stephen King, Hanif Kureishi, Catherine Cookson, Terry Pratchett and T.S. Eliot. He has also recorded all of the New Scientist/Instant Expert series of audiobooks for Audible. Mark has appeared in many audio dramas for Big Finish, including Doctor Who, Torchwood, Survivors, Callan and The Prisoner in which he plays Number Six. He has lately performed the Narrator role and all the other characters in the computer game playthrough A Ton of Feathers and ADR work on the charmingly named The History of Nipples for Bailey Films.Home Studio
maleAndrew GolderAge Range: 40 – 55
An authoritative rich warm voice ideal for Documentaries and training programmes. Andrew's Opera singing has taken him all over Europe, he has worked as a Voice over Artist in Britain, France, Austria and Germany. Commercials include "Chanel Egoiste", "Brains Beer", "Baileys", "Ross Foods", "Red wines of Switzerland", "Bank of Austria". Corporate clients include National Power, Cadburys, Securicor, and World Wildlife Fund. Andrew has narrated eleven documentaries for ORF/Discovery in Vienna, and is the voice on the audio tour of the Zoo at Schonbrunn.Home Studio
maleFrank GrimesAge Range: 40 – 60
A Native of Dublin, but happy to work in any Irish regional accent and indeed RP, Frank has a naturally soft, warm and friendly voice ideally suited to story telling, Audio books include "Driving With Daisy", "An Accident waiting to happen", "Joe's Wedding", "Second Chance" and "In High Germany". An accomplished actor he has performed in hundreds of Radio drama productions, and has an enormous list of film and TV credits! He frequently tours with his one man show, a piece about James Joyce and is currently appearing in a theatre production in the West End.Home Studio
maleJosh HeywoodAge Range: 25 – 40
Josh has a young, dynamic, cool and energetic style. Voice credits include "JJB Sports", "Thompson Holidays", and "Carpet Right", numerous music promos, programme trails for QVC and CNBC and Station Imaging. He is a freelance Radio presenter, a gigging DJ. And runs his own Audio Production Studio!Home Studio
maleWilliam HopeAge Range: 35 – 55
Canadian by birth, Bill grew up in Montreal and New York. Although he has worked extensively as an actor on both sides of the Atlantic he is probably best known as Lieutenant Gorman in James Cameron''s "Aliens". Bill was a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company and has recorded hundreds of plays as well as a large number of Audio books (Penguin, Naxos, Isis, BBC Audiobooks) other voice work includes TV Commercials for "Flora", "Flyzoom.com", promos and trailers, Corporate training, CD Roms, zillions of Computer games, "Constantine", "Battlefield Vietnam", "X3 The Reunion" cartoons, Documentaries and ADR.Home Studio
maleKenneth JayAge Range: 40 – 60
An American/Canadian import and comedy specialist with an astounding range of accents and character voices at his disposal. He revels in every type of American accent as well as his own Native Canadian. He has worked extensively in Radio Drama, ADR, Dubbing, and Audio Books covering everything from Shakespeare to Mark Twain to Woody Allen. Ken is a skilled impressionist covering characters as wide ranging as Alfred Hitchcock, Basil Fawlty and most of the Looney Tunes stable!Home Studio
maleJonathan KeebleAge Range: 40 – 55
Jonathan is an award-winning actor with a warm executive tone. He also has an enormous range of character and cartoon voices. TV and Radio ads include BT, Royal Mail, Cathay Pacific and Norwich Union. Corporate clients include Price Waterhouse, Johnson and Johnson, Lloyds Bank, Barclays Bank and BA. Documentaries for BBC, CNBC, Discovery, History Channel and Paramount. A highly skilled dubbing artist Jonathan is renowned for his speed and accuracy.
Jonathan combines his audio work with a busy theatre and TV career.
He has featured in over 700 radio plays for the BBC appearing in everything from Shakespeare to Sherlock Holmes to Dr Who and also plays the evil Owen in The Archers. A multi award-winning reader, Jonathan has recorded over 400 audiobooks.Home Studio
maleAidan KellyAge Range: 30 – 50
A native of Dublin, Ireland, Aidan has worked extensively in all aspects of the business for the past 20 years. A warm strong and reassuring voice, Aidan''s work includes contracts with O2, Ford, and Halifax. He has performed in BBC radio drama as well as narration for PBS.
An accomplished theatre actor, he has spent the last number of years in the UK with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Donmar Warehouse, the National Theatre and in the West End. On television he has appeared in Ashes to Ashes, Murphy''s Law, and Call the Midwife. He is currently appearing in the National Theatre''s Treasure Island.
As well as all Irish accents, North and South, he has worked in an extensive range of American regional accents.Home Studio
maleMatthew Lloyd DaviesAge Range: 30 – 55
Soft, relaxed, smooth RP with energy, intimacy and a smile. A Profoundly experienced character actor with over 150 titles recorded, Matthew has a rich background in Audiobooks; twice Audie nominated (2017/Non-Fiction, 2018/Humour), Audie winning (2018/Humour).
Matthew's Acting, Singing and Directing career have taken him from regional rep to West End Theatre: The Lion King, Chicago, and International Tours: Mamma Mia, to work on Oscar winning film and TV: The Madness Of King George, A Rather English Marriage, and directing award winning productions: Neil Labute's BASH-Brighton/Argus Angel.
Matthew's training and experience as an Actor and Director (including directing Radio Plays) give him a unique skill‐set in the world of voice performances… as comfortable self-directing in his studio at home as he is taking direction from others.
malePeter MarinkerAge Range: 50 – 70
Though a native of Canada, Peter has lived in London since the 1960's so is very comfortable working in RP. He was a member of the BBC Radio Drama rep and has recorded hundreds of radio plays. TV and Radio advertising campaigns include McCoys Crisps, MacDonalds and United Airlines. Promos for Sky Sports and Front Row. Peter has voiced many documentaries for Discovery, BBC, ITV and Four, as well as numerous audiobooks for BBC Audiobooks, Naxos, and Isis Publishing. Other voice work includes Corporate training, CD Roms, Computer games, cartoons, and ADR.Home Studio
maleNick McArdleAge Range: 45 – 65
A warm and friendly voice, Nick is in fact Native Scots and can do all Scottish accents but works most frequently in English, he also speaks German. Documentary work includes "World War II", a thirteen part series for Discovery Channel, TV and Radio ads for "Asda", "Powergen" and "Thompson Directories", Audio Guides for tourist routes, and Montgomery for D-Day in Colour. Nick has taken part in hundreds of Radio plays and many cartoon series, he has recorded many Audio books and is skilled at Film dubbing and ELT.Home Studio
maleJohn MoraitisAge Range: 30 – 50
A native New Yorker John is also fluent in Greek; he has a rich velvety sound, since moving to the UK. John has worked on numerous Computer games including "Independence Day II", "Dreamscape" and "Head-hunters" for Sega, he voiced a National Radio campaign for Vanilla Coke, and has worked for BBC Radio 4, Universal Films, Dream Works, BBC2, Anderson Consulting, IBM, CNBC and Isis Audio Books. John was the voice of Eisenhower in D-Day in Colour for Carlton. American clients include PBS, ABC and the MCI Corporation.Home Studio
maleGeorge NaylorAge Range: 16 – 30
A young, warm and engaging sound, George originates from Shropshire but has a range of accents including American-New York, American-Standard, Heightened RP, Irish-Northern, London, Northern, RP and Scottish-Standard. Since graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama he has appeared in TV, Theatre and Film; most recently in the feature film King Arthur: Excalibur Rising. He also has experience in Radio Dramas recording for both the BBC and Independent radio companies.Home Studio
malePeter NobleAge Range: 30 – 50
Peter Noble is a native South African and studied drama and music at the University of Cape Town. He worked extensively as an actor in South Africa, touring with repertory theatre companies, as well as working on radio, TV and film.
Peter came to London to train as an actor at LAMDA, then as a singer at the Royal Academy of Music, where he was part of the second graduating cohort of the legendary RAM Musical Theatre programme. Peter has worked on projects for BBC Radio 4, MSNBC, and has recorded many audiobooks for the RNIB and commercially.
Peter grew up travelling, and offers a range of authentic accents, including: South African (English and Afrikaans), American (standard, New York, West Coast), Australian, Belfast, London, RP, Scottish (standard, Aberdeen, Glasgow) and French (spoken and accented).
maleGary PattersonAge Range: 20 – 40
Young trendy street wise, Gary has a bright and lively sound he is very versatile and has a wealth of character and cartoon voices he also does impressions! He has recorded hundreds of ads for Clubs and Colleges! His most recent work includes Commercials for "Bacardi" "Territorial Army," "Drug Action team", Chicago Rock café", "Silverstone", "Burger King" and "Iceland". Gary has recorded numerous promos for Carlton TV and CNBC.Home Studio
maleStephen PerringAge Range: 25 – 45
Warm and friendly mid range sound, Stephen is the successful company executive or confident family man, his natural accent is RP with a hint of the South West though he has a wide range of characters and accents and speaks conversational French and Italian! Credits include numerous Audio Books for BBC, Isis and White House Sound, CD Rom games "The Great Escape" and "Chicken Run", Corporate clients include Marks & Spencers, Somerfield, Quicksave and The Meat Marketing Board.
maleSaul ReichlinAge Range: 45 – 65
A native of South Africa, Saul works mainly in RP he has a rich warm slightly husky sound ideally suited to Documentary and Corporate work, clients include CNBC, Reuters, CNN International, Outspan, Mobil, Goodyear, Hitachi, Wella, Afrika Bank, Allied Aviation and Saudi Petroleum. He has recorded numerous Documentaries for the History Channel, most recently a twelve part series "Engineering an Empire" and has just completed another Audio book for White House Sound. His South African has involved him in much film dubbing.
maleBruno RoubicekAge Range: 25 – 45
A mid range voice with a warm friendly tone. Bruno is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and is comfortable with Chinese, Japanese and Eastern European accents. He has just completed narrating a twelve part series "Return to Tuscany" for the BBC. He has worked extensively on BBC Correspondent, "Coming of Age", "Golden Oldies" and is skilled at film dubbing and ADR work. Corporate clients include COI, Danisco, and Clarkes.Home Studio
maleLuis SotoAge Range: 40 – 60
Luis is a British born bi-lingual native speaker in both English and Spanish. He has a wide experience of both screen acting and voice over work spanning many years and a wide variety of work. He can be heard on most action DVD games voicing both English and Spanish versions (most recently Assassins’ Creed Black Flag). Luis has worked extensively for the BBC in their language departments (in Spanish and English), Radio (Book club and drama departments) as well as a great many commercial and corporate jobs in both languages including his re-voicing work on a number of major feature films. His rich, mellifluent baritone voice is noted for its variety in tone and above all character.Home Studio
maleSam StaffordAge Range: 14 – 30
Originally from Wiltshire, Sam has a warm, friendly, energetic and engaging voice, which lends itself to a whole host of accents including RP, Heightened RP, Northern, Sunderland (Mackem), Geordie, Estuary, MLE, General American, Southern American, Australian and others. Recently graduating from LAMDA, Sam has appeared in theatre productions, as well as several projects at Audible; most notably as King Henry IV and several other roles in The Waringham Chronicles Volume 3: Revolutions.Home Studio
maleJon StricklandAge Range: 40 – 60
A beautiful rich baritone voice Jon is very well known on the Voice over circuit. Commercials include "Panasonic", "TDK", "Seven Seas", and "BT". Jon has narrated many Documentaries for Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and ITN, he regularly records programme trails for CNBC, Sky, MTV, Carlton, Paramount and Turner Classic Movies, also numerous Radio plays and hundreds of Corporate Training films for Companies such as Traffic Master, BOC, Mitsubishi, Aqua Sol, Paradise Kings Club.
maleDuncan WellsAge Range: 30 – 50
A deep rich voice and one you may well recognise, Duncan has literally hundreds of TV and Radio campaigns to his credit, also numerous corporate training programmes, Pickfords, Roche, Linguaphone, Cipher Trust, Kaspersky Labs etc. CD ROMs, Computer Games, On hold telephone systems, On air Promos, Duncan is a regular on CNBC, the list is endless! Most recent commercials include "Nintendo", "Colgate", "Daily Mail", "Haze 2 in 1", "Fabreze", "Dettox", "Domestos", "Nokia", "Mail on Sunday", "Fairy Liquid" and "Readers Digest".
maleAndrew WincottAge Range: 25 – 65
Mid to deep voiced, very versatile with a wide range of characters, accents and impressions. Andrew is a former member of the BBC's Radio Drama Company, he is the voice of Adam Macy in The Archers. A regular reader for BBC Arts programmes, and has also read for the BBC Book at Bedtime, and the Afternoon story "Balthazar's Marvellous Afternoon" for the Latin American season as well as numerous audio books. Andrew has worked extensively on Computer games, including, Broken Sword, Great Escape, Nexus, Conflict Desert Storm I & II, Lord of the Rings, Combat Elite, Kraken 2, Yager, D-Day, Demolition Derby and Knights of Honour. Corporate clients include Price Waterhouse, Ladbrokes and Litchfield Morris. Andrew is also experienced in dubbing for film and television.Home Studio