Raphael Zari

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.

Ian Morine

Trained in the South of France (where he is originally from) since a very young age, Ian has perfected his training in London at the Identity School and is part of "Exchange Theatre", the first French Drama Company in the U.K. Ian works in Theatre, Movies, Commercials and Voice-Over in his native tongue and in English.

Nicole Palomba

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!

Asheq Akhtar

Asheq Akhtar is a dramatic and comedic actor known for his improvisation skills and natural delivery. After making his debut appearance Gillian Wearing's feature film, 'Self Made, Variety Magazine cited him an 'obvious natural talent,' which convinced him to take up acting full time. He then continued with a career in acting with appearances in popular film and TV shows such as Sherlock, Patrick Melrose, Man Like Mobeen and Doctors. He appeared alongside Riz Ahmed and Tom Hiddleston in the award-winning short film 'Out of darkness', and went on to act as lead in Channel 4's dystopian, futuristic short film, 'Benefits'. Though also known for his distinctive appearance and characterful performances, he also utilises a diverse set of accents including variations on the Midlands accents, Indian dialect and his own neutral voice amongst others.

Francesca Tomlinson

Francesca has a warm, engaging voice with a soft Geordie accent. Originally from Newcastle Upon Tyne and now currently based in London, Francesca graduated from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and most recently toured with The National Theatre’s JANE EYRE, directed by Sally Cookson. Francesca’s debut audio book is David Almond’s award winning book A Song For Ella Grey.

Adam Scott Pringle

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).

JoJo Jenson

JoJo Jensen is a female American voice talent (American standard neutral accent) with more than fifteen years experience in the industry. She has recorded all types of projects and her smooth tones and easy, conversational delivery make her an easy casting choice. JoJo has a special knack for technical, jargon filled scripts, making it sound like multi-syllabic words always roll of her tongue. She also has a bevy of characters and accents in her pocket and she gladly pulls them out to play as often as possible.

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.

Simon Maeder

Having grown up with English & Swiss parents in Switzerland, been educated at the Lecoq School in Paris and travelled the world with his theatre company, Simon is the definition of international. His RP accent and warm, affable voice is perfect for any work that requires a friendly, reassuring quality. Shifting effortlessly between characters and countries he has the ability to make any story come alive. He speaks fluent French and has even been know to rap, sing and beatbox! All this as well as being an award winning physical comedian and writer makes Simon the perfect partner in all vocal and dramatic needs.

Lucy McNamara

A confident and experienced national radio presenter, broadcast journalist, producer and voiceover. Lucy has worked extensively for BBC 6 Music presenting the music news and assistant producing the highly acclaimed Marc Riley show as well as Guy Garvey’s Finest Hour. An experienced co presenter who has worked with some of the nations best known voices including Craig Charles for BBC Music Day 2016 on 6 Music as well as covering Matt Everitt on the Shaun Keaveny breakfast show. Lucy has interviewed world famous musicians and bands as well as politicians and business leaders. She has also worked for BBC 5 Live Investigates researching and reporting on perinatal care in women with post natal depression and psychosis which spawned numerous programmes within the corporation. Her voiceover work includes the BBC where she did a series of Idents with Alexander Armstrong as well as commercial radio and corporate videos. Her presenting means she is also an accomplished continuity artist. Lucy has a warm, natural and neutral voice and can also lend her hand to various accents when required.