Paul, aka Professor Elemental, is a cult icon. Best know for his mad chap-hop music (which features a love of Steampunk, time time travel, orangutans, tea and battenberg cake), he's performed the world over. When not being The Prof, he can be found running therapy through music workshops, working with disadvantaged children and adults alike.
Maggie has been doing voiceovers in English and Dutch for over 20 years, specialising in IVR automated telephone systems and corporate video work. Past clients include British Airways, Aviva, GSK, Intel, Microsoft, McAfee, ING, RCI and Bank of New York.
Of Mediterranean, Dutch and British heritage, she had a trilingual upbringing, speaking a combination of English, Dutch and Italian. After an initial year of studying French, she went on to do a joint honours degree in Dutch and Italian.
Besides the English and Dutch voice work, she has recently added Flemish to her CV thanks to time spent working in Brussels.
A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Alan has appeared in many productions on stage and screen, most recently as Mr Perks in the West End production of The Railway Children. Originally from North Lincolnshire he has an RP accent but can rekindle his old northern dialect at the drop of a hat. His voice is friendly, engaging, occasionally wry and there is a certain “everyman” quality about him.
Alan is also a qualified Blue Badge tourist guide and when he is not on the mic he can be seen guiding groups around London and other parts of the UK. He also speaks French fluently.
Bob is a voice artist that hails from Philadelphia but now based in London and has a neutral east cost American accent. He has a style that is warm, rich and engaging, compassionate, gentle and sincere. A great voice for narrations. He has experience doing corporate narrations, films, commercials and TV for a wide range of clients including ITV, General Electric, GSK, PWC, filmmakers, ad agencies, educational service firms and localisation recording studios. He recently was a featured voice artist on the BBC Radio 4 audiobook programs The Imperative Mood and The Interrogative Mood.
At the young age of eight, Berenice was discovered for her extraordinary voice variability and started her career as a voice actress in Berlin, Germany. She has participated in more than 1000 voice-over
projects, mostly in a leading role. Her recent work includes Hollywood movies such as “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation”, “Captain America”, “The Avengers” and “Hercules”, as well as TV and
radio commercials, video games and documentaries. In 2013 she started writing German dubbing scripts (e.g. for “Nashville”) and worked as dubbing director for a hospital series (“Emily Owens
Since Berenice is also a medical doctor, she is also involved in the production of teaching videos for the renowned Charité Hospital in Berlin.
Max is a Russian-born British voiceover, actor, writer and producer and the author of the 'Easy Russian for English Speakers' audio book and producer and narrator of Short Stories by Anton Chekhov series.
Recent film and TV work includes BBC's Doctor Who Special' The Waters of Mars' as Mikhail Kerenski; 'Doctor WHO: Singularirty' as Pavel Fedorin; ITV's film drama 'Ghostboat' playing Soviet Naval captain and BBC's TV film 'Life Beyond the Box: Margo Leadbetter' as Charles Allcock. He's also narrated the Noise Monster audio production 'Space 1889: The Lunar Inheritance' as Colonel Molokov and the BBC TV series '20th Century Battlefields'.
Danny is a professional rock singer (meaning that he does actually make a living at it!) but over the years has turned his hand to voice work too. While living in Nashville, he ended up the main VO for a Korean toy company, being used for everything from corporate presentations, to the voice of some of their toys!
Paul is from Dublin but now lives in London. He's starred in many theatre productions and appeared regularly on RTÉ (television and radio) and In the West End ("Les Miserables", "The Phantom of the Opera", “Cats” and created the role of Mr Carney in “A Man Of No Importance”).
Other work includes “Sweeney Todd”, “Follies”, “Juno And ThePaycock”, “The Field” and “The Crucible”. He played the Bishop in "10th Anniversary of Les Miserables" (Royal Albert Hall, DVD, Worldwide TV,). He has appeared at the O2, and at the Royal Albert Hall in the “25th Anniversary of “The Phantom Of The Opera”. He recorded the soundtrack for the movie “Les Miserables” and has just wrapped the feature movie
“Rough And Ready” playing the leading role of Richard Cross for Howitzer Films Ltd.
Interesting fact: Colin Farrell is his nephew.
Longing to explore her creativity, Lynda began a journey of self-discovery and moved to North America. She studied interior and graphic design at UCLA in wonderful, sunny California where she was awarded the James R Northcutt Scholarship prize in Fundamentals of Design. She moved back to the UK (after a 5 year stint in Canada) in 2014.
It is her voice, however, that stands out to most people. With the help of talented coaches Mike Kirby from VoiceWorx (narration) and Melissa Altro (animation) Lynda has begun a career that can combine all her creative talents, and finally do something that she loves and is passionate about.