Amy Clark

Amy is a trained actor who graduated from Manchester School of Theatre. Her TV credits include BBC’s doctors and ITV’s Tina and Bobby. With her natural Blackpool accent which is fun, friendly and energetic, she can bring any script instantly to life! Her bright and enthusiastic tone is engaging and warm. Having worked in the Blackpool tourist industry and exposed to different accents, she has a real passion for playing comedy characters and performing a variety of different voices and accents! Amy is fun to work with and can take direction well.

Anna Bolton

Anna’s native accent is from the North East of England and can be described as bright, friendly and engaging with a “girl next door” quality. Her voice can play a spectrum of styles from cheeky, upbeat, working class to warm, engaged and comforting to a more grounded and formal delivery when required. Her experience covers a broad field of voiceover disciplines inc: audio books and radio drama, educational and medical narration and the business sector. Anna brings professionalism, focus and enthusiasm to every job. This is evident when she is repeatedly booked by returning, happy clients, which really makes her day!

Anna Brophy

A native Londoner, Anna has a cool, current, intelligent voice. She has worked for BBC Radio 4, Sega, and Google. She is a seasoned theatre performer, having appeared at theatres around the country, from Shakespeare’s Globe to the Soho Theatre. If you need a lighthearted touch, Anna is also a comedian. You can hear her improvising on the upcoming BBC Radio 1 podcast BattleActs or as one half of acclaimed sketch duo EGG.

Anna Cordell

Anna Cordell has worked in film, TV, theatre and radio. She appeared in 'Funeral Fantasy' at the Gate Theatre and in 'Cinderella' at the Shaw Theatre. She was in ITV’s 'The Bill' and was in the horror movie, the 'Hand of Death'. Her radio credits for BBC drama include 'Is There Room in Your Life?' and the lead role in 'Dead Treasure'. Anna has recorded audio books for 'The Personal Shopper' by Carmen Reid for Oakhill Publishing, 'The Adultery Club' by Tess Stimson for ISIS Publishing and 'The Helen Keller' story for Dorling Kindersley. She also records for additional dialogue for film & TV, English Language tapes, plus many adverts for TV and film as well as corporate PR and training videos.

Anna Harwich

Anna is our resident expert in radio drama, having worked on pieces for Radio 3 and Radio 4. With her soft but powerful voice, Anna can deliver any script with poise and gravitas (which is just fine by us) and has worked for a whole host of people including London's Trocadero, Cartoon Network, NBC, the BBC and the RNIB.

Anna Neale

Anna is a very experienced session singer and voiceover. With a warm, down-to-earth speaking voice and a very versatile singing voice, Anna is a true multi-discipline vocal artist (if that is indeed such a thing..!)

Annie Voller

Annie is a voice artist, broadcaster and presenter known for her clear, bright, warm articulate style, which she layers with a sprinkling of modern sexy sophistication. This girl of many talents has a native RP and a wardrobe full of original accents, emotions and character voices which she uses to great effect on commercials, continuity, promos, talking books and animation, for corporate giants such as Renault, O2, Thomson Holidays,Thomson Cruises, Motorola and Virgin plus Bus. Annie also brings versatility, gravitas and a light touch to narration - perfect for corporate and long and short form programming and has worked with The International Maritime Organisation, The Haven breast cancer charity and GSK. as well as SKY TV, BBC, and FOX.

Ashleigh Whitfield

Ashleigh hails from Newcastle and has worked in radio for almost fifteen years, with stints at Trafficlink, Metro Radio, Magic 1152, Magic Network, 103.4 Sun FM and TFM. Voiceover work includes Cineworld Sunderland, Instore Radio Productions (Dalton Park, Furniture to Go and Wynsors World of Shoes), Purina, Mothercare, SKY and recording the University of Sunderland podcasts for their website. She's also worked as a continuity announcer for BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC HD, BBC Four and was also the voice of Movies 24 during 2014.

Becky Pennick

Becky has a wonderfully rich voice embracing the lower tones of an alto timbre. Original from Portsmouth and now based in London she trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. VoiceOver credits include BBC radio 4, BBC radio Solent and Richmond Theatre. She also has a wonderful flare for creating lifelike characters for story telling.

Bex Lindsay

As drive-time presenter on national radio station Fun Kids, Bex is used to being in front of a microphone! Bex is a confident performer, having had experience of hosting onstage to 10,000 people at British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park, and presenting awards at the Children’s Baftas. She knows how to make audio content sound both exciting and engaging, and can be heard on many adverts for books, apps and toys! Originally from the north-east but now based in London, her tone is friendly, bright and upbeat.