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femaleDiane BeckAge Range: 20 – 30
Originally from Manchester, Diane has a young and versatile voice she is particularly skilled at dialects and characters, she also sing Blues and Soprano! Diane has recorded readings from Shakespearian Tragedies for the National Trust available on CD, Corporate training for Whitbreads and a series of radio ads for Milton Keynes Festival.Home Studio
femaleHelena BreckAge Range: 20 – 70
Extremely versatile, Helena is at home with both ‘straight’ and ‘character’ reads, ‘corporate ’, ‘soft-sell’ or ‘hard-sell’ etc. She has hundreds of radio ads to her credit, and regularly voices programme and sponsorship trails for CNBC, QVC and CNN. Other clients include Microsoft, Virgin Airways, L’Oreal, Royal Mail, C.O.I., Manpower, and Abbey National. She’s recorded numerous IVR systems for companies including Fidelity, Marriotts, Centrica, and voices NCR’s ‘talking checkout’ for the major UK supermarket chains. She also works for corporate, medical and educational clients voicing CD Roms & Interactive Internet Training Packages etc. Helena is an ex-member of the BBC Radio Drama Company.
femaleAnnabel BrookAge Range: Kids – 25
Annabel is from South East England and has a naturally young sounding voice making her ideal for playing children and teenage roles.
She’s a fresh talent, with bright bubbly and clear vocal qualities, and a range of adaptable accents such as RP, Northern English and American. She is a very physical actor and this translates well into her vocal performances. Since graduating from East 15 acting school in 2017, Annabel has worked in TV/Film, video game productions and more, including work on CBBC series Get Even and the National Theatre’s Spring Awakening R&D.Home Studio
femaleHannah BrownAge Range: Kids – 25
Hannah is based in London and has a young bright voice. Her native accent is RP but she has a great ear for different accents, including Northern English, Standard American, Southern Welsh and Eastern European.
She graduated from ArtsEd in 2019 from the Musical Theatre course so has a strong singing voice and did detailed voice and accent work throughout her training. Since graduating she has worked at Regents Park in their production of ‘Hansel and Gretel’, ‘Preludes’ at Southwark Playhouse and The Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester. She has most recently used her home studio to record for ‘On Hostile Ground’ a new piece of political theatre.Home Studio
femaleJanine Cooper-MarshallAge Range: 30 – 60
Janine has a warm and engaging voice, neutral with a hint of a Welsh lilt. Born in Kent but raised in Wales, Janine trained as an actor and lived and worked in London for 10 years before moving back to Cardiff, where for the last 20 years she has been working from her own broadcast quality studio. Janine has worked for publishers such as Harper Collins, Bolinda, Penguin Random House, Audible, Hay House, Orion, William Collins and Hachette, and has narrated both fiction and non-fiction. Audiobooks include “Banking On It” by Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank, “Skybound” by Rebecca Loncraine, “The Hidden Wife” by Amanda Reynolds, and “The Detective Gaby Darin” series by Jenny O’Brien. She has voiced numerous commercial, corporate & eLearning projects, and is the onboard voice of the Great Western Railway network, the Stena Estrid ferry and the Stepford County Railway on Roblox. Janine has recently recorded the announcements for “Magic in the Skies”, the spectacular summer fireworks display at Land’s End.
femaleAngela DarcyAge Range: Teens – 45
Angela is an established Scottish voice over artist, singer and actor based in Glasgow, She has a lovely warm and friendly voice, is extremely versatile and can cover a wide range of accents and characters.
With over eighteen years experience, Angela’s portfolio includes Idents, Corporates, Audiobooks, Narrations, Animations, IVR, ADR, E-Learning, and Explainer videos. She has recorded adverts and commercial voice overs for some of the biggest UK businesses including Sky, Nestle, Highland Spring, Clydesdale Bank, Penicuik, and British Telecom to name a few.
Angela has worked extensively for the BBC on School Podcasts and dramas for Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland.
Most recently, she has worked on a number of video games and animations.Home Studio
femaleSarah EdwardsAge Range: 35 – 65
Sarah has a rich and engaging RP voice with a wide repertoire of accents and characters. Born into a Welsh family, Sarah grew up in the Southeast, living and working in London for several years before training as an actor. She now lives in Lincoln where, for the past 3 years, she has been working from her own home studio on corporate, commercial, podcast, cartoons, audio drama, and audiobook projects for numerous companies including the CBI, Audible and Shooting Fish Theatre Company.
femaleKatherine FentonAge Range: Teens – 65
Originally from the American South, Katherine trained at LAMDA and has lived and worked as a professional voice actress for the past 20 years. With a voice that has been described as everything from warm, softly sexy and sophisticated to fresh and vibey, Katherine has a great range and an ear for accent and character. Comfortable in all types of recording work, she has voiced television, radio and internet ads such as Betty Crocker, Air Italy and Oracle Cloud, computer games, audio tour guides, animation, corporate narration and is a multi-award winning audiobook narrator.Home Studio
femaleNaomi FrederickAge Range: Teens – 65
Naomi was born into a military family and spent her childhood travelling widely, affording her exposure to a multitude of accents to add to her native RP. Her voice is intrinsically calm, clear and authoritative, which has led to a wealth of recordings for both radio and audiobook publishers (Hachette, Penguin Random House, Hodder & Stoughton, Bolinda and Audible).
Comfortable with both ‘character’ and ‘straight’ reads, she has experience in television documentaries (including ‘Big Brother’), commercials, corporates and English Language Training.
Naomi read English at Oxford, followed by a formal training at RADA. She regularly appears on stage in London’s major venues, as well as on television and film.Home Studio
femaleTessa GallagherAge Range: 30 – 60
A warm and authoritative voice, Tessa is a very experienced and versatile Artist. She has a wide range of character voices and accents including Birmingham (native), Dublin, French, Gloucester, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, RP, Welsh-Standard, and Yorkshire at her disposal. Tessa works in all genres including Audio Books, Interactive Computer Games, Promos, TV and Radio Ads, Documentaries and Corporates. Her approach is intelligent; she takes direction well and is very easy to work with.Home Studio
femaleToni GreenAge Range: Kids – 75
Warm, reassuring and authoritative with a wealth of character voices at her disposal, Toni can currently be heard on BBC Television as a Continuity Announcer and is the voice of British Airways worldwide. Clients include the AA, Lloyds Pharmacy, Canada Life and HSBC, trails for ITV, sponsorships for CNBC and training DVDs. She was voted “Sexiest Female Voice - AA Roadwatch” three years running and has been heard on numerous radio stations as a presenter – Classic FM, Jazz FM, LBC, Radio 2 and Radio 4.
femaleBecky HindleyAge Range: 30 – 50
A naturally warm and slightly husky sound, Becky is very versatile with a wealth of character voices at her disposal; she is Native Lancashire but has perfect RP. A former member of the BBC Radio Drama Company, Becky has hundreds of Radio plays to her credit. Other work includes Audio books for Reed International and Isis Publishing, dubbing and lip synching and audio training tapes. Becky worked on VE-Day in Colour for Carlton Television.Home Studio
femaleLara HutchinsonAge Range: 18 – 35
Lara is a native of Dublin, Ireland. She has recorded a variety of audio books, from the "Molly Murphy Series", detailing an Irish girl''s experiences in New York, to the whole of the "Sevenwaters Series", set in mystical, druidic Ireland. She has recorded with Rushforth, Oakhill, White House Sound, Strathmore and the RNIB. Other voice over work includes; poetry for Heavy Entertainment, extracts from "The Gathering" for BBC Radio 4 and ELT for Soundhouse. A graduate of drama school, Lara is skilled at RP and American accents and she has a lovely singing voice.Home Studio
femaleHelen LLoydAge Range: 40 – 80
Helen has a mature, warm and velvety voice – a classically trained actor (GSM&D) she has re-invented herself several times during her long career. As an actor she trod the boards for fifteen years working mainly in rep, but also at The Roundhouse Studio, The National Theatre at the Old Vic, The Edinburgh Festival and playing Mollie in year 29 of The Mousetrap in the West End.
Helen has narrated over 50 Audiobooks since 2013. Her clear neutral RP and wide range of regional accents and character voices have brought to life books across all genres: non-fiction and fiction, from noir to romance, fantasy to comedy, history to horror and classics to contemporary – many recorded remotely in her home studio – for publishers in the UK, US, and Australia including Harper Collins, Penguin Random House, Blackstone, Spoken Realms, Whole Story Audio, Quercus, Audible Studios, Rosa, Lamplight, Wave Sound Audio, and Ukemi Audibooks. She has also narrated over forty broadcast documentaries, as well as voicing numerous e‐learning, corporate, and commercial projects, a few video games and apps and a number of internet films.
femaleJenny LeeAge Range: 40 – 70
A rich, husky, warm voice that has assurance and versatility, Jenny has a wide range of accents and characters at her disposal, ideal for everything from computer games to audio books. A native of Scotland, commercials include McEwans Light Ale, Buicks and Edinburgh Zoo; corporates, The Whisky Trail and the Scottish Labour Party. A former member of the BBC Radio Drama company she has hundreds of radio plays and readings to her credit. She has read Audio books for Magna Story Sound and Isis Publishing among others. Documentary narration and ADR are among her special skills.Home Studio
femaleRachel LincolnAge Range: 16 – 30
Rachel is a performer and voice over artist. Rachel's voice is young and characterful yet naturally clear, warm and elegant. She works regularly with Ogilvy (Paris) as the voice for their Dove campaigns, and recently contributed on BBC Radio 1''s The Surgery. Also a singer and French speaker, Rachel is a natural for character and comedy voices.
femaleJennifer McGrathAge Range: Teens – 25
Native Irish, Jennifer is a graduate of the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin and more recently Star Tek, the London Language and Drama School. She has a young energetic warm voice with a natural and cheerful sound. Credits include a TV campaign for Transworld Publishing, radio ads for The Danish Tourist Board and Dublin Shopping Centre. Phone prompts for Argos and Alcatel.Home Studio
femaleKirsten MilwardAge Range: 40 – 55
Deep, sultry, warm and reassuring. With an extensive range of character voices and accents, she is also fluent in Norwegian. Kristin is an experienced voice over artist who has worked on numerous plays for BBC Radio, Documentaries for The Biography Channel, promos for CNBC, language tapes, and Corporate training programmes in both English and Norwegian.Home Studio
femalePhyllida NashAge Range: 35 – 85
Naturally mid-toned, warm and engaging, Phyllida can call on a wide range of easily sustained character voices and accents. A regular on BBC Radio 4, she has appeared on Poetry Please, Book at Bedtime, Book of the Week as well as an extensive range of Dramas and Comedies. Experienced in documentary Voice Overs, with an ideal voice for narration, she has voiced more than 100 Audiobooks to date - from Georgette Heyer to Paul Gallico, from Mary Beard to Jacqueline Wilson, and can count Award winners among her titles.
Natural, easy and assured behind the microphone, Phyllida brings knowledge and professionalism to every piece of work.Home Studio
femaleColleen PrendergastAge Range: Teens – 30
Currently with the BBC Radio Drama Rep, Versatility is Colleen’s strong point. Fresh, dynamic and lively, she covers a huge variety of ages and accents, including her native Geordie and flawless RP. She has built up a wide range of character voices, from sexy to serious to pastiche. Colleen is experienced in documentary narration and corporate voiceovers.Home Studio
femaleVivienne RochesterAge Range: 20 – 40
Voices ranging from small children to sophisticated and sexy to Caribbean, Vivienne has them all, an ex BBC Radio Drama Company member she has taken part in hundreds of radio plays, is a regular reader for the RNIB as well as working for Isis Audio books. Corporate clients include London Underground, Royal Mail, Prison Services, Legal and General. Vivienne is experienced in film dubbing and ADR.Home Studio
femaleRos StockwellAge Range: 30 – 50
Warm and reassuring with a slightly husky quality, Ros has the perfect voice for Documentaries and training programmes. Commercials include “Cadburys”, “Chanel”, “Laing Homes” and “Orange”. Corporate clients include Microsoft, British Gas, Natwest, Fiat, Esso, Mars and Canon. Ros has recorded TV trailers for Carlton, CNBC, and UK Living and station Idents for radio Five; she is also experienced in film dubbing.Home Studio
femaleJulie TealAge Range: 30 – 50
Julie’s considerable experience includes numerous Radio ads, most recently the Living Well campaign. In the Corporate sector she has worked for BT, Barclays, Guinness, Shroders, Kew Gardens and Anderson Consulting. Other clients include Capital Radio, Wall to Wall Television, and Sky. Julie has played a huge range of characters for English Language tapes and CD Roms. She is an experienced Audio book reader and has been involved in many radio plays.Home Studio
femaleTamara UstinovAge Range: 35 – 55
Extremely well known in the world of voice overs, Tamara has a huge range of talents. TV advertising campaigns include “Prima magazine”, “Ambipure”, “Nissan MicraVibe”, “Attrixo” and “Max Factor”. She won a Talkies award for her Audio book recording of An Unsuitable Job for a Woman. Tamara is experienced in film dubbing and has recorded numerous plays for BBC Radio.Home Studio