Alexey Averkin is a native Russian speaker, a voice over, stage and movie actor. Born in Russia, Alexey has moved to London in order to move on with his career working with advertising agencies, broadcasting
companies (Sony Pictures Entertainments, Scripps Networks) and film productions (Warner Bros, Ealing Studios). He participated in multiple stage productions of Art Vic (‘Lolita’, ‘Dame of Spades’) as well as Xameleon Theatre (a professional Russian theatre company based in London): ‘Love in a Nutshell’, ‘A Dog’s Heart’ and ‘Odessa Stories’. Alexey was also staring at 274 Theatre Company’s production ‘Brodsky Station’ including the most recent run at Edinburgh Theatre Festival 2017.
Maria is native to Russia, born and raised in Moscow. She has a young, clear and friendly voice. She is fluent in English and possesses an international accent. Maria speaks Spanish as an additional language.
After graduating from a London university with a degree in Film Studies, Maria pursued her passion for Media and her keen interest in Sound. Maria has worked in two reputable post-production houses and is currently training in sound operations. During her training she has had an exclusive opportunity to observe Voice Over sessions. This knowledge and experience adds to her ever-growing understanding of the post-production process.
Maria also has prior experience in Russian-English translation, both in Russia and the UK.
Vera was born in Moscow and is a native Russian speaker. Her voice is clear, confident, engaging, warm and versatile. Vera’s voice can work across a wide range: for corporate messages, educational infomercials, lifestyle commercials and audio books. Vera also speaks accented English that draws the listener, not unlike that of a female Russian character in a Bond movie! Vera has an on-screen television and journalism background: she worked as a presenter for Russia’s Channel One network and as a TV reporter/producer for the Reuters news agency in Moscow, where she produced lifestyle reports in Russian. Vera has lived in London since 2008. She has pursued her interest in television and the performing arts by producing video stories on the Royal Ballet for Reuters’ Showbiz team.
Erwin is a singer, session and backing vocalist and a voice over artist who has been successfully working in the industry for the past 12 years. Trained as a singer, vocal coach and a musical theatre artist at the University of Arts in Moscow (2010), he became a Master of Arts, Music and Stage performance graduating from Kingston University in London (2013). As a singer-songwriter Erwin releases his own albums and music videos, his credits include MTV Germany, BBC, UK Songwriting Contest and iTV. Since 2005 he has been involved as a vocalist and a voice-over artist on numerous projects, collaborating with various recording studios in both Russia and UK. These include radio commercials, jingles, e-learning courses and documentaries. Erwin is fluent in both Russian and English, as a trained vocalist he can manipulate, adapt and adjust to different tones, voices and accents, making him a versatile professional. Having a home recording studio enables him to work on a remote basis.
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.
Max is a Russian-born British voiceover, actor, writer and producer and the author of the 'Easy Russian for English Speakers' audio book and producer and narrator of Short Stories by Anton Chekhov series.
Recent film and TV work includes BBC's Doctor Who Special' The Waters of Mars' as Mikhail Kerenski; 'Doctor WHO: Singularirty' as Pavel Fedorin; ITV's film drama 'Ghostboat' playing Soviet Naval captain and BBC's TV film 'Life Beyond the Box: Margo Leadbetter' as Charles Allcock. He's also narrated the Noise Monster audio production 'Space 1889: The Lunar Inheritance' as Colonel Molokov and the BBC TV series '20th Century Battlefields'.
Pavel is a very experienced voice, with over 13 years of experience in the field. In Moscow, he worked as a radio presenter for an English language radio station; he covered all areas of radio production including presenting, interviewing and performing in dramas.
Since then, he has voiced commercials, e-learning projects, IVRs, corporate presentations and transport announcements for clients such as Russian Railways, Lukoil and Nissan
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.
Konstantin is from Lithuania, but ethnically he is Russian. He graduated from LCC International University in 2010. He is has always have been interested in music and vocals and has been in several bands as a lead singer.