Blanche Anderson

Blanche Anderson is a female Scottish voiceover artist living in London. Her voice is warm, husky, young and engaging. Blanche has worked for some great clients over the years from Virgin Atlantic to Specsavers, The BBC to The Royal Bank of Scotland and KPMG to TalkTalk. You may have come across Blanche's voice on TV, Radio, Spotify or on a work training day - and yes, that's her voice guiding you to 'Cashier number 1' in Lidl around Scotland too.

Carla Turner

Carla grew up in Bridgend, South Wales. With an innate passion for creating and inventing characters, she followed her heart to drama school - firstly the Italia Conti Academy and then onto Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Since graduating, her work has varied from fringe musicals including Ivor Novello's "Valley of Song" at The Finborough, to a true to life drama "The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies" on ITV.

Carli Fish

Bright, young and natural-sounding, Carli's voice will suit anything from friendly and informative corporate videos to fresh and engaging radio ads. A professional actress as well as a voiceover artist, Carli can also bring her acting ability to narration, animation, or video game roles.

Carol Jarvis

Carol is a professional freelance musician and presenter, with a warm, friendly and soothing voice with deep tones which matches perfectly documentary, narration as well as commercial and continuity. She has been recording and producing for over 20 years, for clients such as the BBC, ITV, Sky TV, EMI, Universal and Dreamworks. Having a professional soundproof recording studio at home means Carol can easily record material to the tightest deadlines. As a musician, she has performed and toured all over the world with the likes of Sting, Rod Stewart, Queen, Ellie Goulding, Muse and Seal.

Charlotte Griffiths

Charlotte has done a variety of voice over work including a series of Welsh language-learner CD’s, ADR for feature films, radio commercials, theme parks, theatres and animation...and she was also finalist in the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship 2015 for Radio Drama. Her credits so far include the multi-award and BAFTA winning HINTERLAND (BBC FOUR), the fourth series of BAFTA winning GWAITH/CARTREF (Home/Work, Fiction Factory), the second series of BAFTA winning ALYS (Apollo TV), DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (Hackney Empire), NO.5 CWMDONKIN DRIVE (Welsh Fargo Stage Company, UK Tour).

Cheralene Lavery

Cheralene is an actress and presenter, who hails from the Midlands. She's worked at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Bradford Playhouse, Curve Theatre, Palace Theatre Newark, appeared in Shameless for Channel 4, in Ed Sheeran’s recent music video and in a comedy pilot for the BBC. Presenting credits include an internet series filmed at Ealing Studios plus various wedding shows. She's even got autocue experience!

Christa King

Christa is fun and is a ball of energy. Her personality shines through in the studio and she is always a joy to work with. She has a bright, energetic, engaging and flexible voice. She is a natural mimic who is able to change her accent/ tone/pace and pitch to any project. Having trained in the UK and New York, Christa's acting and singing skills enhances her adaptability in the studio. She has toured Europe using a South American accent in a play voiced a video game with a Nigerian accent , used an RP accent for a Vodafone corporate and used a younger tone for Macmillan to name a few; if you need an all-rounder, Christa is the right person for you.

Christina Carty

Christina is from Southern Ireland and trained at The Oxford School of Drama. She's worked in TV, film and theatre and her new TV show 'Milly and Claire' will air in May. She previously played Virginia Woolf in Downton Abbey and Laura in Irish TV drama, Belonging to Laura (which was nominated for TV Now award and IFTA).

Claire Lacey

A former BBC English Repertory Company member and a voice-over artist for over 16 years, Claire is the voice of countless radio and TV commercials. Her specialities include crystal-clear informative and friendly corporate reads and dynamic and compelling commercials. Known in the business as ‘Pacey Lacey’, she has a wealth of experience and possibly the fastest articulation in the west!

Daphne Kouma

Daphne is a Greek/ French actress in her early 30s with a naturally young, bright, engaging and versatile voice. Born and raised in Athens, Greece, to a Parisian mother and Greek father and educated in an English school she is fully tri-lingual on a native level with a well spoken London/Estuary accent. Daphne regurlaly works in all three languages. She has voiced a Timotei 'Nature Revive' campaign for France in French as well as corporate adverts and in house recordings for Networks SRL Milan. Her Greek voice over work includes post production roles on feature fims 'Mamma Mia' starring Meryl Streep (Universal pictures) and 'The Two Faces of January', starring Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst