Aine trained as an Actress in Paris and yes, she can speak French; even a Parisian would understand her. She has her own Theatre and Production companies and took her one-woman show to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014. She is a freelance Writer for publications including Time Out and Refinery 29. Her voice over work includes adverts for Premier Christian radio, New Noise Audio and the feature film Boogie Woogie where she provided voices for various background characters. Aine has a naturally warm and friendly voice that can easily move between softly informative, authoritarian to bubbly and energetic. She can work out of her own home studio for those last minute jobs
Aislinn's an accomplished actress who's had roles in Silent Witness, played Estella in an acclaimed stage performance of Great Expectations, had lead roles in a variety of award winning short films and music videos and is starting work on her first feature film in late 2015. Voiceover clients include Louis Vuitton, L'oreal, Topshop, Galaxy, Geox Shoes, Asda, The London School of Economics, Balfour Beatty, Flying Flowers and Jaguar. Aislinn also vlogs on YouTube as Ash Acting Up.
Alanah is originally from the North East of Scotland. She has a naturally young bubbly voice with a lovely soft accent. Alanah is a trained actress now based in London. Since graduating she has been working in theatre across the UK and Spain specialising in Children's theatre. Alanah brings bags of enthusiasm and creativity to any project. Along with her own friendly Scottish voice, Alanah has a real flair for accents and character voices.
Alex has a voice which is ideally suited for corporate reads, which need that little bit of gravitas. She can also explain medical terms perfectly and has done so on numerous occasions! Have a listen to her reel to hear how..!
With her friendly and naturally smooth voice, Alexia can bring a very wide variety of scripts to life. From an engaging and professional corporate read, to a fun and lively kid's commercial, Alexia has an ear for accents and can effortlessly perform many voices from across the globe.
She's also done a stint on London Greek Radio and is a fluent Greek speaker!
Alexine was recently reviewed as having “a wonderful quality to her voice, which is pleasant to listen to for long stretches of time”. Warm and friendly, Alexine instantly engages listeners. Her wide ranging, versatile, rich voice will bring upbeat energy and honesty to any script. Her natural smooth RP tones also lend themselves perfectly to corporate or documentary narratives. Alexine is an actress living in London, trained at The Oxford School of Drama, and is also fluent in French.
Alison is an accomplished voice artist with a light, cultured Scottish accent. Trained personally by the Head of Speech and Drama at The Royal Scottish Academy of Speech and Drama, for more than 20 years Alison has promoted a myriad of quality brands including NHS, Porcelanosa and Police Scotland.
Clear, natural, friendly and sincere with a rich, warm undertone, Alison is equally at ease voicing all kinds of work including TV and radio commercials and promotions, corporate narrations, telephone IVR systems and announcements.
If you’re looking for a female voice over artist with a friendly and professional tone, engaging and informative style, clear and conversational pitch, then listen to Ally Oliver! With a background in marketing, Ally has a brilliant understanding of what it takes to really bring a script to life.
Alys is a London based actress and voice over artist originally from South Wales and is currently performing in West End award-winning hit The Play That Goes Wrong. She can deliver a broad range from a silvery RP to a lively southern Welsh. She recorded a 10 part series for Fun Kids radio and voiced the memos of famous suffragette Alice Hawkins, used for research with the BBC. She works consistently in theatre and filmed the Eastenders Christmas special episode last year. She is a confident singer as well, having sung in venues ranging from the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall to BBC's the One Show.