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.

Shakked Ashkenzy

A native of Israel, and graduate of renowned East 15 Acting School, Shakked is an experienced voice artist. He has recorded for the London Jewish Museum, as well as National Geographic and Discovery TV channels, among others. Being a trained singer with plenty of recording studio experience, only adds to his microphone technique and ability to interpret text. Having lived in the UK, the US, and other parts of the world, his English accent is somewhat neutral/nondescript, thus lending it a touch of cosmopolitan mystery. He’s also able to make his Hebrew accent as present as necessary when speaking English, if asked. Shakked is also an experienced trained copywriter, thus able to advise and offer his opinion with regards to text. His voice lends itself well to texts that wish to exude traits such as: prestige, warmth, playfulness, calmness, authority.

Stephanie Houtman

Stephanie graduated with a BA (Hons) Acting from The Manchester School of Theatre and is one of the top 20 Spotlight Graduate Nominees of 2016. She is a London based Actress and recently puppeteered and voiced the role of 'Peppa' in the Peppa Pig Live UK Tour. She then made her professional West End debut playing Peppa at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Her credits include: ‘The Oresteia’ (HomeMcr), ‘Skins’ (E4), ‘The Last Seder’ (Spotlight - directed by Matthew Dunster), and since graduating, recorded an audio of ‘The Princess and the Toad’ by Gordon House (former head of BBC radio drama). She has been Acting from a young age, having made an appearance in children’s TV programme’s ‘The Giblet Boys’ (CITV) and ‘LOOK’ (ITV). Stephanie is a skilled singer/ song writer, speaks Spanish and has a passion for creating and impersonating a wide range of character voices.

Ashley Rose Kaplan

Ashley is a versatile New Yorker born & bred. From a young age, the art of storytelling captivated her heart. Ashley graduated with BFA from Adelphi University, and has continued to hone her craft. Her studies have taken her to Italy, across America, and now to London. The alternative triple threat [Actor. Singer. Writer] has been casting a wide net to select projects - be they stage, screen, or using her voice in a sound booth. Her recent credits include Generation Revolution Media’s short film #SpringInAutumn, Get Over It Production's #TheBalcony, & The So & So Arts Club's #SixByOne production. Ashley is currently filming the upcoming TV drama pilot WHATEVER AFTER (season 1) this summer in London, while working on some new projects that will have her both in front of and behind the camera.

Natalia Ryumina

Natalia is a native Russian voice-over artist, actress and singer. She also speaks fluent English, Latvian and Ukrainian. Her recent acting credits include feature films such as Their finest, by Lone Scherfig, and Anton, by Oscar-nominated Georgian director, Zaza Urushadze. In the latter she played the lead female part. Recent voice-over credits include Hunkemoller, Hasbro, Aussie, Google Nest and a BBC Radio 4 play, North of Riga.

Maryam Soumaré Dahan

Maryam is a professional actress dual citizen French and Swiss registered on Spotlight. Native French and Italian fluent who studied opera singing and jazz in Milan, Italy. The continuous vocal training has created so many strength to her voice. Worked for voice over for Rai Italian radio. Read for Harrap’s publication l’Italien en un weekend (language course) where her character was a French woman based in Rome teaching Italian to her french boyfriend. Have also read for Nivea Q10 in French for the french market. Maryam has an incredible unusual international quality to her voice ideal for corporate, commercial and radio.

Deborah de Groot

Deborah de Groot, born in the Netherlands, is a professional Vocalist and Actress living in London. She did her vocal and acting training at the School of Performing arts for 5 years and starting to work as a professional in 2010. She played characters in several Musical theatre shows and worked as a lead vocalist in a few successful bands. Her voice is very friendly and sometimes airy and very calming to listen to. Fresh and feminine! In the past Deborah’s voice was used for Coca Cola, Pickwick tea and TV dubbing.

Rae Lim

Rae Lim exemplifies the term "ABC". Not American-born Chinese, but actually, American-accented, British-educated, bilingual Chinese actress. She also teaches, performs and competes in Latin dance to further confuse those whom she meets. The above-average Asian, Rae has been described by others as funny, funky and flirty - usually at the same time. Cute, quirky and kickass (and a massive fan of alliteration), she is primarily a comedic actress who also works in stunts and voiceovers.

Megan O’Neill

Megan O'Neill is an Irish singer, songwriter, podcast host and voice over artist. Her voice, described as 'soothing' , 'charming' and 'trustworthy' has seen her working with BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 2, Today FM and 2FM (Ireland) and CMR Nashville, amongst many more. She has a professional home-studio setup and can turnaround any project in a short amount of time.

Maeve Curry

Maeve is an Irish actor/singer and delivers a warm, clear and engaging voice quality. Her West of Ireland accent adds a uniquely appealing tone to each project undertaken whilst remaining fully flexible and adaptable to the specific brief on hand. Her most recent voice over work was on behalf of Lightful in which she recorded material for their online video tutorials. Maeve writes her own blog (maevecurry.wordpress.com) and is adept at helping to shape and structure scripts where the need arises.