San Sapir

Over the last 10 years, San has been providing voiceovers for various companies such as Müller, L’oreal and feature films such as Toy Story. A multilingual voice, San is fluent in Hebrew, Russian, French and English and is extremely versatile in each of them!

Ines Boughanmi

Ines is a native French actress, voice over artist and sports commentator, who is equally at home with a Parisian or Southern French accent. Recent clients have included VISA, Lycamobile France, Rio Tinto and Hewlett-Packard.

Elsa Petit

Elsa is a native French voiceover artist. Originally trained as a physical theatre performer, Elsa is based in London and has been working as an actress and performer, both for stage and for film, for over eight years. Elsa's voice is warm, gentle and friendly and can be fresh and positive, charming and sultry or authoritative when required. Versatile, Elsa has worked for Hasbro, being the voice of toys, for Yves Saint Laurent Paris corporate videos, KLM, The Body Shop, Berlitz and Sephora to name a few. She also has presenting experience, both in French and English. As a trained musician and professional dancer, Elsa has a clear understanding of pitch and timing, as well as improvisation.

Sarah Matelart

A real mic lover, Sarah started recording her voice on a Fisher-Price toy when she was 5! Her passion for broadcasting let her to complete a masters' degree in journalism in Brussels, while working for a local radio station. Since 2006, she has pursued a successful career as an all round presenter, newsreader and reporter in Europe and the UK. She's been described as a refreshing, zestful voice with a sophisticated and confident approach to her work.

Sarah Naudi

Sarah Naudi is a professional French / Maltese actress who grew up speaking 3 languages (English, French and Maltese) alongside studying German and Italian. Sarah has a clean fresh speaking voice which she maintains to keep up her vocal training. Sarah has experience in character performances in Italian , French, Latin American accents and RP .In terms of recording Sarah recorded a viral ad campaign in an RP accent for client Tom Oliver as well as a voice over for the Malta Experience in French and English.

Florie Auclerc

Florie is a French actress based in London, who has a vast amount of experience in her native France, the UK and US. She's also hosted a TV show in Paris called "Voyage Au Bout De La Nuit, D8". With a fresh, young and upbeat voice, Florie is a great choice for anything fun and sexy!

Jessica Ridder

Jessica is a versatile, very experienced voice-over artist with a wide emotional range. For fresh, energetic or smooth commercials as much as for corporate films and documentaries. Her voice-over experience includes dubbing, Lip Synch, commercials, corporate films, E-Learnings, TV programs, Computer games, audio books, Telephony systems, Flight announcements, children's toys and webcasts, for clients such as Apple, Mastercard, Asics, Allianz, BMW, ARTE TV Network, Slendertone, Google, Ebay, Hilton Hotel’s, Zespri, Hill’s Petfood, Spotify, AXA, Ariel, Citrix, MyOpel Academy, Clearblue, Le Musée du Quai Branly and many more. In addition to her acting degree she holds a Bachelor of Arts from La Sorbonne in Paris and works as a freelance journalist, as such she has voiced all sorts of sports news and highlights. A native German, Jessica has been splitting her time between Paris, London and Berlin for almost two decades and speaks fluent English and French.

Daphne Kouma

Daphne is a Greek/ French actress in her early 30s with a naturally young, bright, engaging and versatile voice. Born and raised in Athens, Greece, to a Parisian mother and Greek father and educated in an English school she is fully tri-lingual on a native level with a well spoken London/Estuary accent. Daphne regurlaly works in all three languages. She has voiced a Timotei 'Nature Revive' campaign for France in French as well as corporate adverts and in house recordings for Networks SRL Milan. Her Greek voice over work includes post production roles on feature fims 'Mamma Mia' starring Meryl Streep (Universal pictures) and 'The Two Faces of January', starring Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst