João Filipe

João Ferreira is an experienced, confident and versatile Portuguese voice-over talent with years of experience mainly in radio. He is fluent in English, Italian and Portuguese. Owner of a warm and very deep voice his vocal tone is authoritative, conversational, cool, reassuring and confident. Ideal for corporate videos, games, e-learning and commercials.

David Jarvis

David hails from Canada. He is an actor, voice artist, role-player and trainer. He was a BBC Radio Drama Company member (1993-94) and has worked extensively as an ‘outside artist’ since. He dubbed numerous Manga films and foreign TV series in the 1990s. He has voiced promos, ads and even children’s’ TV characters. David has been a radio presenter. He has worked on numerous TELF programs, recorded many talking books/short stories and, to this day, does a steady stream of documentary and video narration, ADR and gaming.

Mark Oosterveen

Mark is an experienced theatre actor who has lent his vocal talents to BBC Radio 4, adverts, video games, audiobooks, and more besides. He has a naturally resonant and highly distinctive voice, but with a broad versatility of tone and a great ear for accents.

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.

Nuno Veiga

Nuno Veiga is a native Portuguese actor and sound designer based in London. Graduated in Theatre Studies, he has produced a diverse range of work for the National Theatre in Portugal, Edinburgh International Festival, The Young Vic, Soho Theatre, London College of Fashion, High Tide, Theatre Absolute and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Katherine Weare

Kath is a young (ish) actress and voice over artist from Swansea. She has a warm, homely voice with great comedy timing. Her natural accent is South Wales however she can loose the Welsh, exaggerate it and can dip into other accents too. She has treaded the boards extensively throughout Wales in a variety of productions from classical, comedy, new writing even a pantomime (oh yes she did) She has also performed in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Kath has appeared in TV roles with small features including Crimewatch and Three Girls for the BBC . Kath was a Norman Beaton 2017 winner spending 5 months as part of the BBC Radio Drama Department. She played various roles in a wide range of dramas including Sian in The Archers, Gaynor and Gladys in The Citadel and Ellen in Heartstone. Kath has also recorded the narration for Auntie Biotic, a character created to promote the correct administration of antibiotics, as well as voicing Jill Valentine in a radio adaptaion of Resident Evil.

Aimee Stevens

Aimee has a warm, intelligent and friendly voice with the ability to bring energy and enthusiasm to your script. Her clients include Google, Bayer, Utilita, YouTube and VMware. Having a home studio enables her to work on a remote basis for fast turnarounds.

James Hutchinson

A trained improv actor, James can deliver his warm London accent with either an affable familiarity or more refined formality. Having spent ten years working in advertising, he is now applying his experience of communicating persuasive, convincing messages to the recording studio, which he has recently done for Christian Aid and corporate events.

Aina Calpe Serrats

Aina Calpe Serrats is an award-winning actress born in the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. She speaks Spanish and Catalan, both her mother tongue, as well as English. With a background in contemporary dance and violin performance, Aina started off her career in Barcelona’s ‘Institut del Teatre’, one of the most renowned schools of dramatic arts in Spain. The convergence of languages, cultures, art and love have beckoned Aina to London to experiment a new vibrant chapter of her life, always looking for new frontiers, whatever they may be.

Russ Peers

Russ grew up in Cumbria in the North of England and is now based in London. He trained as a broadcast journalist and has professional experience as a radio newsreader. For more than 15 years he’s worked behind the scenes in factual TV as a Producer where he’s written 100s of voiceover scripts. A few years ago he took to the stage as a stand-up comedian gigging all over the UK and reaching the finals of a number of national competitions including the BBC New Comedy Award. His voice has been described as ‘masculine and warm with a cheeky edge’. While he’s great at accents, his native accent is soft Cumbrian.