Raphael Zari is an Iranian / German actor with a positive and assured voice. He studied
Acting both at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as well as the University of Arts in Berlin.
He was born and raised in Germany to a German mother and an Iranian father, which
enables him to do a range of German and Middle Eastern accents. He has past experience in
Dubbing as well as Translating.
Nicole Palomba is an American born actress from the rural mountain west, which infuses a sense of adventure and play to all her work. Trained across the US and at East15 here in London, Nicole identifies most as a cantadora- or professional storyteller on stage, screen, commercials, radio, and podcasts. She has a neutral American accent, but is a quick study with any voice or character and welcomes a challenge. If you're looking for deep rooted and grounded yet genuine vocal work, Nicole is happy to work with you!
Adam Scott Pringle is from a small town in the west of Scotland called Girvan.
A graduate from The London School of Musical Theatre & trained in Classical Music in Edinburgh, Adam has a wide range of credits: BlueBird (The Space); NewsRevue (Canal Cafe/Underbelly); Lead Vocalist for P&O Cruises & Rhythm Of The Dance & has appeared in There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis (Upstairs at the Gatehouse & Edinburgh Fringe); Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens (Edinburgh Fringe); Stand & Deliver (Kings Head Theatre); Rumpy Pumpy (The Landor); ISM (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); The Doris Day Story (Workshop); Narrator in Flints App (Commercial).
Adam Ashton is an actor and voice over artist based in London.
Since graduating from drama school a few years ago Adam has gone on to work on many different projects, from stage and screen to voice over work.
When not working Adam enjoys playing the piano as well as surfing.
Pierre Elliott is a native french actor who has lived in England for 7 years. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has appeared in several radio plays such as « Road to Lautrec » directed by Jane Morgan and as a young Belgian soldier in five seasons of the serie « Homefront » directed by Jessica Dromgoole , both broadcasted on BBC4 Radio.
His voice is young, warm and clear, his accent is very flexible, from good RP to thick french. Pierre Elliott is fluent in both English and French.
With a super soft Lincolnshire accent Carrie has a versatile, young 20’s/30’s voice which is naturally warm, friendly and relatable… with plenty of sparkle. She’s great with accents and character voices too and can deliver a gently confident, imitate quality which is ideal for narration and corporate work. A trained actress and singer, Carrie’s voice lends itself well to audiobooks and radio drama, and she can record from her home studio as well as reach London studios with ease.
Most recently Carrie has spent many hours in the booth bringing GDPR training to the likes of Mazda and Toyota.
Carrie is also a published author and freelance writer.
Dominic's warm, reassuring Northern sound works perfectly for commercial material. With a youthful hint to his tone he can easily relate to younger demographics and older alike.
Born and raised in North Yorkshire, Dominic moved to London to further his acting career. He is a recent graduate of Drama Centre London.
Tucker is an actor and voice over artist who hails from the snowy wastes of Ontario, Canada. With a natural accent somewhere between American and Canadian standard, he is a versatile performer with a range of tones and qualities. From engaging warmth and calm authority, through to cool and into darker and more brooding shades, Tucker brings his years of actor training to bear to deliver the best results possible. He is also an avid bookworm, a dabbler in the dark art of the banjo, and supplements his income busking on the street and playing in the odd band.
Lewis hails from Blackburn, Lancashire and trained at East 15 Acting School in London. Since leaving drama school, he has performed widely in theatre, with highlights including the Offie-Nominated Lord Dismiss Us (Above The Stag Theatre), Catnip (Arts Theatre West End), The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC Dell Theatre) and Tristram Shandy: Gentleman (Tabard Theatre). Lewis has also performed in award-winning independent films, a wide range of commercials and also corporate projects. His Lancashire accent is demonstrated in his reel.
Esther has a bright, lively, confident and friendly voice. Just as competent reading a ‘Mum’ type script as something straighter or more upbeat, she has a good sense of timing, takes direction well and is consistent with her reads. As a passionate amateur singer, she has a keen sense of rhythm and also speaks fluent French. Voiceover clients include Renault, Eurosport, BNP Parisbas, Orange, Nissan and Assimil.