Maciek Trzpis-Miedziewski

Maciek is a graduate from East 15 Acting School. His professional theatre credits include Henry V at Regents Park Theatre and Three Short Plays by Jon Fosse at Tristan Bates Theatre, and he has recently done voiceover work for Pearson PLC. The youthful energy in his voice makes him suitable for a range of voiceover work, and he can handle work in both his native Polish and English languages.

G-Rod

G-Rod is a hugely experienced actor and voiceover artist. Based stateside, he has had roles in 24:Legacy, Orange is the New Black and The Walking Dead, to name a few! He's also a keen sportsman and enjoys bodybuilding, football and martial arts. His voice is versatile and suits a range of projects!

Natalie Jamieson

Natalie is a young, upbeat North-East voiceover artist. Her friendly and youthful voice suits a range of campaigns, and she has recently voiced "WHAT DO YOU SHAKESP'HEAR?", in which she recorded the 'Geordie versions' of famous Shakespeare quotes. She is also a talented actress, and has had roles in "I, Daniel Blake" and ITV's "Vera".

Sam Peter Jackson

Sam is a German voiceover (despite his very English name!) and is based in London. He's been in the industry for over 15 years and has worked with clients including Xbox, Hilton, Deutsche Bank, MTV and Nickelodeon. He has a diverse voice that can handle most voiceover work, including promos, commercials and corporate reads.

Zishan Afsar

Zishan has a versatile, youthful voice that is suitable for a range of campaigns. He is also skilled in voicing audiobooks, particularly for children. He trained at Drama Studio London, and comes from a British Pakistani heritage. He is fluent in Punjabi, Urdu, and Hindi and is also a highly skilled kickboxer!

MiJi Yi

MiJi was born in South Korea and moved to London when she was 18. She’s a classically trained musician and a member of the London Symphony Chorus. She also works as a Korean- English interpreter. MiJi lived in Italy for seven years and is accomplished in the language, and is also able to speak Japanese. Her voiceover clients include Airbnb and John Deere amongst others.

Syed Raza

Although he is now based in London, Syed was born in Pakistan, so speaks Urdu as his native language. He is able to handle a range of voiceover work, including cartoons, narration, corporate work and games.

Corey Malone

Corey Malone is a Canadian born actor and voiceover artist who has moved to London to develop his international audience. Although relatively new to the industry, Corey has already appeared in several short films and commercials for companies such as O2 and McDonalds.

Mike Nicholson

Mike's voice has been heard on over thirty local, regional, networked and national radio stations across the UK since late 1990s. In the last few years he has increasingly been called upon to voice projects in overseas territories stretching from North America to the Far East, as well as the UK. He still keeps his hand in as a presenter, freelancing for stations owned by UKRD, Lincs FM Group and Bauer Media in the north of England and the East Midlands. Mike is currently based in the North-East.

Tash Steger

Tash is a vocalist and voiceover artist with an extensive level of entertainment experience in both Australia and the United States. She is a graduate of Charles Sturt University’s Bachelor of Communications, The Australian Film and Television Academy’s Screen Actor Program, and has also undergone training at Stella Adler, Edge Studio, and Abacus Entertainment in New York City. Tash began vocal training at the age of nine with the Australian Girls Choir. She quickly progressed into its elitist voice and dance groups where she was invited to perform alongside Hugh Jackman in ‘The Boy From Oz’ and at his 40th Birthday, at World Cup matches, as well as supporting artists such as Olivia Newton-John, John Farnham, Troy Cassidaley, and The Wiggles. Tash also toured Australia as a lead singing and acting role in a successful comic cabaret, ‘A World Without Sex. Tash has now moved from NYC to London to purse a career in voiceovers.