Miguel has always been passionate about Media. He has a BA in Film and Media (Birkbeck University, London) and has experience as an actor, director and screenwriter in short films. He studied in the London Spanish Theatre Company, participated in several theatre plays and collaborated weekly during 5 years as a film critic/interviewer for a Spanish newspaper in London. In Spain he was the producer, director and host of a TV program of three episodes about Spanish people living in London called “Almonteños en Londres”; In 2017 he published “Ridículas palabras de amor”, a book of romantic poetic prose . Currently he works as Digital Content Administrator for UK Warner Bros.
Originally from Spain, Mateo Rufino trained at Cristina Rota Drama School in Madrid. After filming more than a dozen short films, he made his first steps in cinema with Nestor F. Dennis in "Crisis". Since moving to London he further trained at the Actors Temple with Gary Condes and later continued to train independently with Tom Radcliffe. Recent credits include the BBC series "The Musketeers" and feature films The Spoiler (Katharine Collins), The Hunter's Prayer (Jonathan Mostow) and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (Christopher McQuarrie). His theatre credits include the musical The Plagues Of Egypt (Nono Gándara), the staged reading of Olvida Los Tambores with Jorge de Juan and The Spanish Theatre Company in London, and Rock Paper Scissors (Olga Nikora), directed by Kate Bannister.
Marisa is totally bilingual in Spanish and English, with extensive voicework experience in both! Clients include Wrangler Jeans, Hertz Cars and IBM plus she's worked on a whole host of e-learning and corporate projects.
Anthony has a deep, powerful voice and uses it for both his singing and acting career. He has previously done voice over work through the William Morris Agency in Los Angeles, getting jobs for companies including BK, Tigo and Radio Hit.
Javier is a highly experienced voice-talent based in London. Nicknamed by his English colleagues “The Voice of Spain,” he has a way of conveying the spoken message with unique finesse. His flawless diction, elegant style and his adaptability to the expectations of the target audience make him one of the most sought -after male Spanish voiceovers and voice-actors in the industry today
Daniel Mariño is a Spanish actor and voiceover artist based in the UK. He trained at the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático in Asturias, Spain, and completed an MA in Applied Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Daniel has a warm, engaging and youthful voice. He is equally at home doing lively, energetic voice overs as well as the more reassuring and earnest styles. Daniel is a native Spanish speaker and can also deliver English with a Spanish accent. He excels at quirky, cartoonish and fun characters. Previous clients include: Netflix, Hasbro, Danone, Fairtrade UK, CeX, Symantec, Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press, amongst others.
Pedro Gonzalez-del-Valle is a voice talent and dubbing actor with more than 12 years of experience. He designed and developed the Corporate Sound-Identity of Principality of Asturias public radio (RPA). It meant the recording, mixing and editing of more than 3000 sound pieces. He also worked as a dubbing actor in TV series. Furthermore, he is a Sound Engineer and has worked in live control (theaters and broadcast), but he mostly specialized in recording and post-production techniques.
Born in South America and with a background in journalism, Jacqueline has been a language consultant and voice over talent for over 16 years. Working extensively in areas such as copywriter, translation, localisation, subtitling and transcription she has worked for some of the world's most recognised brands and institutions, from Radio & TV media companies, museums, corporates to e-learning.
Clara G. Vega is a dubbing actress and voice talent with 10 years of experience. She co-worked as an actress in the corporative Identity of RPA and she was a Weather Presenter on regional public TV for 3 years.