Ada Burke is a Turkish/British actress and voiceover artist. She trained first at London International School of performing Arts and then at The Poor School. Ada has worked in various projects such as commercials, film dubbing, corporate videos, animation both in English and Turkish languages. She also sang famous English songs and nursery rhymes in Turkish.
Aina Calpe Serrats is an award-winning actress born in the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. She speaks Spanish and Catalan, both her mother tongue, as well as English. With a background in contemporary dance and violin performance, Aina started off her career in Barcelona’s ‘Institut del Teatre’, one of the most renowned schools of dramatic arts in Spain.
The convergence of languages, cultures, art and love have beckoned Aina to London to experiment a new vibrant chapter of her life, always looking for new frontiers, whatever they may be.
Aleksandra has over 10 years of experience in theatre acting, poetry reading and collaborating in various projects revolving around voice work. Capable of delivering Polish, UK English and Russian accents and able to imitate many other accents and voices. Versatile, sensitive, emotional and funny, she can play both Jane Eyre and King Julian from Madagascar. Apart from voiceover work she also sings Polish folk songs, writes screenplays and scripts for cultural events and does stand-up comedy.
Alessandra is an experienced Portuguese voiceover, who is sought after for her natural reads and versatility. She offers a multitude of delivery styles, tones and range: Young, vibrant and friendly for commercials, clear and engaging for narrations, strong, assertive and credible for corporate media, entertaining and fun for video games and cartoons. Alessandra can currently be heard on MTV and in the most recent Heinz Ketchup TV adverts. Her voice is also featured over intercoms on Aigle Azur flights.
Alexander is a German voice who also speaks fluent French (Belgian accented). His acting training was completed at Drama Studio London in 2009, and he also holds a BA in Economics and International Relations from the University of Birmingham.
Alexander is experienced in a variety of recording work, including documentaries for the BBC, commercials for Lego, Hot Wheels, Post-It, Lucozade, Shell, corporate narrations for Seagate, Lexmark, IBM, McKinsey, Juniper, Glocal Media, ADR for Land Rover, Caffè Ritazza, Ferrero and Gaming for Sega.
He also works on a freelance basis as a German Broadcast Journalist for Perform Sports Media (Omnisport).
Alexander was born in Siberia but spent all his adult life in London were he resides presently. He trained as an actor at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, 2002-2006) and went on to work on various theatre, TV, independent and Hollywood film productions including The Royal Court Theatre, Nuffield Theatre (Southampton), BBC, Channel 4, New Line Cinema, Paramount (World War Z, Jack Ryan), Dark Sky Films and a number of Russian TV channels.
He recently finished filming “Occupied”, a political thriller set in Norway and is currently filming “Londongrad”, a TV sitcom for a leading Russian entertainment channel, STS.
An ambitious, articulate, highly-motivated and creative individual with a strong passion in the music and entertainment industry, Alexandra has worked on both sides of the microphone as a both a voice artist and a producer alike.