Brother to Rob Dukes, Christopher has had experience in voice work from radio plays, to cast soundtrack musicals. He also has a great passion for video game work and has been in contact with Warhorse Studios in Prague for a variety of projects.
Fenn has been in the voice over business for over 10 years and is a trusted Dutch voice for both commercial and corporate/business jobs. Her voice is bright and trustworthy. A professional and trained actress, Fenn is capable of taking direction and will change her vocal delivery as needed by you. Her flexibility even allows her to convey an array of characters and ages, which is why she is a favourite in children's television too and is the new television voice for Jim Jam TV. Fenn is not only a regular and reliable voice over, she also works as a voice coach and director and has recently directed the official internet voice for Google in the Netherlands.
Hannah's East Midlands lilt gives her voice a friendly, gently northern sound. Originally from Scunthorpe, she studied English at the University of Cambridge and then trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, so she can strengthen or soften her accent very naturally. Hannah's bright tone suits playful campaigns and her ease with academic language makes her a great choice for educational texts requiring a confident, accessible voice.
Maciek is a graduate from East 15 Acting School. His professional theatre credits include Henry V at Regents Park Theatre and Three Short Plays by Jon Fosse at Tristan Bates Theatre, and he has recently done voiceover work for Pearson PLC. The youthful energy in his voice makes him suitable for a range of voiceover work, and he can handle work in both his native Polish and English languages.
Jonny is a young Jersey-born actor who is better known for his part in Eastenders playing the part of Paul Coker. Aside from this, Jonny has a great love for voice work and can cover a very eclectic range of accents and tonal qualities. His fairly soft and neutral London accent can stretch to a variety of characters whether in animation or narration or be used plain and simply for conversational adverts/ corporate objectives.
Natalie is a young, upbeat North-East voiceover artist. Her friendly and youthful voice suits a range of campaigns, and she has recently voiced "WHAT DO YOU SHAKESP'HEAR?", in which she recorded the 'Geordie versions' of famous Shakespeare quotes. She is also a talented actress, and has had roles in "I, Daniel Blake" and ITV's "Vera".
Dan has a exciting, enthusiastic voice that can energise any campaign. As a presenter on Fun Kids, he hosts the afternoon show across national radio and knows how to make content engaging to a young audience. He is a bold, animated performer regularly hosting events across the country, where he’ll present anything - from launching toys to hosting festivals. With a performance background, Dan’s voice is dynamic and able to fit to a wide range of campaigns, and is flexible to target adults as well as kids
Zishan has a versatile, youthful voice that is suitable for a range of campaigns. He is also skilled in voicing audiobooks, particularly for children. He trained at Drama Studio London, and comes from a British Pakistani heritage. He is fluent in Punjabi, Urdu, and Hindi and is also a highly skilled kickboxer!
Nneka's voice is clean, charming and self assured; with a fantastic range of accents and character voices under her belt, she is able to weave seamlessly between a London urban teenager to a Caribbean local in her mid twenties.
An RP, Northern, West African and standard American are just a few of the accents she is well versed in.
Nneka has been described as an organic and instinctive actor with a voice that engages an audience from the very onset, who also has a great ear for comedy, particularly dry humour and was cast as the lead voiceover artist in the comedy 'Saturdays' directed by Matt Holt and as Mikaela in BBC 2 comedy, The Javone Prince Show.
Further credits include Claire in BBC's Casualty, Chipo in BAFTA winner Russell T. Davies' Wizards VS Aliens and most recently Paula in the much anticipated prequel to Prime Suspect, Tennison for ITV.
Niamh is a London based Irish actress hailing from a small town in Northern Ireland. She began formal training in acting for film at the New York Film Academy. Since graduating, she has worked in all areas across the industry. She's had a lead role Casualty, performed Brothers Grimm radio plays with the Wireless Theatre Company and had supporting roles in independent films. She's also had extensive experience in medical and corporate roleplay and has a huge love for radio plays and podcasts.