Bill Everatt

Bill is a veteran Welsh broadcaster, who has been in the business since 1979. He possesses a warm Welsh voice, which instils confidence and trust in a listener and regularly makes appearances on Radio Wales, Radio Hafren and his own Celtica Radio. He has also recently voiced a series of multilingual Welsh/English commercials for The Open University.

Bobby Dosanjh

Bobby is of Indian/Sikh ethnic origin with a Nottingham regional accent, who speaks basic Punjabi language. Attending the Central Television Workshops at a early age gave him the taste for performing but this was not put into practice until his early twenties. From secondary school he took up boxing and had seven amateur bouts before deciding that he wanted to become an Actor. Working in children's theatre touring the country was great fun as he was taking drama to a audience who may not have seen theatre before. After a few years he realised his 'calling' was to work in-front of camera for television and film.

Chris Cocoran

Chris has a warm, engaging voice with innate authority which is ideal for commercials, narration and corporate work. He has provided commentary for several science-themed educational films for GSK and BP and has done ADR work for the feature films ‘Hysteria’ and ‘Belle’. A highly experienced and inventive character actor with bags of charisma, Chris deftly animates scripts with his naturally versatile and expressive voice. Originally from Birmingham, he has a natural RP accent but can transform vocally to cover most regional dialects too. Chris was a long-term member of award-winning Kaos Theatre with whom he worked internationally for over 12 years. When not doing voice work, Chris spends his time presenting and facilitating education and training events.

Chris Coxon

Chris is a great young voice from Newcastle. He trained at the Performance Academy, Newcastle College under the direction of Katherine Quist. He then went on to train at The Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre, London graduating in June 2008 with a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Whilst at Arts Ed, along with many in-house productions, he sang with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Good Thing Going - Simply Sondheim (Cadogan Hall) and appeared in a workshop production of the new musical, Sherlock Holmes: The Early Years in which Chris played Sherlock Holmes! In addition to all of that, Chris has an amazingly versatile voice - check out his showreel to hear how!

Chris Martin

Chris has a powerful and distinctive voice which adds weight and edge to any campaign. As a presenter, you can hear Chris on Absolute Radio and Absolute Classic Rock every weekday, and Absolute Radio 90s at the weekend. Chris has lent his voice to projects from BMW, Jaguar, Vodafone, Intel, Faber & Faber, and Decca Records. Chris is also at home with TV continuity, hosting stage interviews and DJing to thousands. He also did a live stage interview with Meatloaf in MCR in 2017, which he describes as 'fun'.

Christian Nash

A former presenter on XFM and Absolute Radio, Christian’s cool, edgy voice lends itself well to most brands. From long reads to short, personality led voiceovers, the radio producer knows what it takes to land well with your audience. Having been the voice of Mitsubishi’s sponsorship of documentaries on Channel 4 for 2 years, Christian soon proved his versatility when he later worked with Spotify, Red Bull, mobile phone brand Huawei and Roland printers. From effortlessly modern to the-right-level-of-corporate, Christian is equally at ease voicing all kinds of work including TV and radio commercials, promotions, corporate narrations, instruction manuals and in-house branded content.

Christopher Dukes

Christopher has had experience in voice work from radio plays, to cast soundtrack musicals. He also has a great passion for video game work and has been in contact with Warhorse Studios in Prague for a variety of projects.

Cliff Chapman

Cliff Chapman was born in Leicester and grew up on the Isle of Man. He ran away to London to train as an actor in 2009 and has since featured in well-received stage productions of Two, Twelfth Night and as Tyler Smith in new sci-fi comedies Dead Static and Pilgrim Shadow for ManMoth Productions. He's also appeared in several short films, audio comedy and drama for Fantom Films, and is currently the face and legs of "Listen To Your Legs" for Scottish Health. He is a member of the Saboteur Award winning, Guardian Top Ten live story telling collective, Liars’ League (a regular actor and part of the shortlisting panel of Liars, he was honoured with ‘Most Valued Actor’ for 2012 and 2013).

 

 

Dallas Jones

Dallas Harley Jones is a professional, experienced character actor and voice over artist. He has appeared in a variety of cinema, television and audio projects. His portfolio ranges from Jesus Christ with Yesterday Channel's 'Forbidden Histories' series to comedy sketches on Sky 1's 'Dead Ducks Don't Quack'. Audio work has ranged from children's narration, to corporate and documentary pieces. Dallas is currently working on a voice over for a project regarding The Children's Film Foundation films, with help from the BFI. His natural voice is NW England (Liverpool), though he can impersonate and invent various character voices dependant on the project. Dallas's singing range is baritone / tenor.

Dan Simpson

Dan has a exciting, enthusiastic voice that can energise any campaign. As a presenter on Fun Kids, he hosts the afternoon show across national radio and knows how to make content engaging to a young audience. He is a bold, animated performer regularly hosting events across the country, where he’ll present anything - from launching toys to hosting festivals. With a performance background, Dan’s voice is dynamic and able to fit to a wide range of campaigns, and is flexible to target adults as well as kids