Atli was born in Iceland and raised in Norway. He is fluent in English, Icelandic and Norwegian and comfortable working in all three. He has an assured, charming and versatile voice. Recent work includes easyJet's Icelandic in-flight announcements, Icelandic ADR for John Michael McDonagh's War on Everyone, Norwegian ADR for the History Channel's Vikings and BBC Two's The Last Kingdom. Later this year he will feature in ITV's Thunderbirds Are Go as a snooty hot springs resort concierge.
Judith is a Norwegian who recently graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Television Production and Technical Arts from Middlesex University, London.
She is fluent in Norwegian and American English. She recently directed short documentary film Barefoot On The Catwalk which got it´s acknowledgement and screened at the British Film Institute in June 2015.
Judith has had a long time passion for film and arts as she was featured in the Norwegian drama film Hawaii Oslo in 2004 and other Norwegian television series after this.
She has a commercial, upbeat and jovial sound, as well as a sultry twang.
Pernilla is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, completing the BA acting course, headed by Complicite associate director Catherine Alexander. Since graduating, she has appeared in the short film drama The Wedding Night, the comedy The Last March and she has also worked professionally in Norway at the Rogaland Theatre Stavanger.
Pernilla is bi-lingual, speaking fluent English and Norwegian, whilst also having a good understanding of German and all other Scandinavian languages.
Carmen is a fresh talent in the voiceover industry, with training from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is currently working as a professional actress in Glasgow. Fluent in both English and Norwegian, she has credits in various film and voiceover projects in Norway as well as in the UK. She is currently involved in a theatre tour, several stage productions and a film project.
Tomas is a full-time actor, part-time musician and full-time Norwegian. He moved to the UK in 2010 after living and acting in Cyprus for 15 years. Before becoming an actor, Tomas performed as a mimic and because of this he is capable of a wide range of accents and imitations of voices. He is also a self-taught pianist and a trained singer; a lyric baritone capable of singing almost 3 octaves. He writes music in his spare time and has written music for plays in London; an original score for 'The Other Side of Happiness' in 2011 and some pieces for 'The Shadow Formula' in 2012.