Olivier Leclair is the founder and artistic director of Hippana Theatre UK. He is also a critically acclaimed actor and theatre maker. Olivier has performed voice-over roles at Old Vic, Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre and V&A Museum. His most recent VO commercial was for Babbel at SNK studios. On stage, Olivier is a bold physical performer who has been known occasionally to perform as a woman… with an extremely deep voice. His vocal range varies from nasal comedy to full bodied gravitas. You can count on Olivier for dynamic performances and a maniacal attention to detail. This is matched with an incredible work ethic and a personal devotion to his product and his clients. He is a native English Canadian and French Canadian speaker and he masters several American accents. His voice is deep, dynamic and warm.
Maryam is a professional actress dual citizen French and Swiss registered on Spotlight. Native French and Italian fluent who studied opera singing and jazz in Milan, Italy. The continuous vocal training has created so many strength to her voice. Worked for voice over for Rai Italian radio. Read for Harrap’s publication l’Italien en un weekend (language course) where her character was a French woman based in Rome teaching Italian to her french boyfriend. Have also read for Nivea Q10 in French for the french market. Maryam has an incredible unusual international quality to her voice ideal for corporate, commercial and radio.
Pierre Elliott is a native french actor who has lived in England for 7 years. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has appeared in several radio plays such as « Road to Lautrec » directed by Jane Morgan and as a young Belgian soldier in five seasons of the serie « Homefront » directed by Jessica Dromgoole , both broadcasted on BBC4 Radio.
His voice is young, warm and clear, his accent is very flexible, from good RP to thick french. Pierre Elliott is fluent in both English and French.
Esther has a bright, lively, confident and friendly voice. Just as competent reading a ‘Mum’ type script as something straighter or more upbeat, she has a good sense of timing, takes direction well and is consistent with her reads. As a passionate amateur singer, she has a keen sense of rhythm and also speaks fluent French. Voiceover clients include Renault, Eurosport, BNP Parisbas, Orange, Nissan and Assimil.
Rosalie's voice is warm with character.
Native French actress, she also speaks English Spanish and Italian and can easily take accents, and create original voices for cartoons or kids.
After more than 10 years working in the Film/Theatre industry in France/UK, her extensive experience ranges from : comedy&original plays, a one woman show, feature films, TV commercials, radio, audiobooks, voice-over, dubbing, voice documentaries and singing.
Rosalie is currently writing and developing her own projects for screen and stage.
Caroline is a French actress and voice over artist who regularly works between London and Paris.
She trained at the Conservatory of Lyon before moving to the UK in 2011 to pursue her acting career.
Caroline has worked on numerous projects with high-profile clients such as Carte d’Or, Made.com, Carven, Huaweï, Netflix, Star of Service and Amazon Prime.
In 2017, she was chosen to be the French voice of Amanda Seyfried’s character in the movie “The Last Word” (“Adorables ennemies” in French) as well as Stefanie Martini’s character in the ITV mini series Doctor Thorne.
Oriane is a French London based Actress and VO Artist who's been working in the industry for more than 10 years, starting on Stage until she moved to London a few years ago to nurture her career in TV & Film as well as Voiceover.
Having lived all around the world, Oriane speaks French, English, Spanish as well as a bit of Russian. When she isn't on set or doing voiceovers, Oriane can be found at the movies, or in the nearest French cafe eating a nice and warm 'pain au chocolat'!
Frederic has trained as an actor at the London Centre for Theatre Studies and worked mainly in theatre for many years. He has also performed a radio play about the life of an American actress/writer Lynn Ruth Miller and was also the voice of a paranoid turtle in an animation (!). Amongst other roles, he has also played the role of a director for a corporate training film for a company helping third world countries with the provision of clean water and narrated a whole host of audio-books
Warm and friendly, Pierre's voice can very quickly adapt to different scripts. Pierre gained experience in France, where he is from, and in the UK from working on stage and film productions. More recently, he was the voice of the ASF campaign (Lawyers Without Borders). He has a neutral accent in French and a native French accent in English. Pierre also has an extensive knowledge in corporate communications and sciences.