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.

Nick Wyard

Nick can wear a few different hats with ease and grace. He has a warm, relatable and contemporary voice that is perfect for commercial work, radio and TV, or anything that calls for acting or some character. He is also adept at switching to a more authoritative or teaching delivery, making E-Learning, narration and corporate work engaging and interesting. Having spent 15 years in health care, Nick is a perfect choice for medical narration, as dense terminology is comfortable for him. Raised in England and North America, he can provide either accent authentically, giving you more variety for your projects. Nick truly cares about bridging the gap between the words in the script and the finished product, and is passionate about delivering a product that clients will be thrilled with.

Paolo Coruzzi

Paolo Coruzzi is an Italian singer-songwriter and theatre director, born and raised in Turin, Italy. He has composed and produced more than twenty albums, starting his career in 1992. He is a singer, songwriter and guitarist; he has been writing and performing songs since the age of eight. Now he is an experienced performer as well as an accomplished song-writer with lots of experience in a live environment as well as in the recording studio. He's started his career in theatre and cinema in 1998 and after an intensive training period in prestigious drama schools in Torino, he's spent seven years acting and improving his skills in theatre direction at the Teatro Regio di Torino. In the 2002 he's started directing and writing a considerable number of plays and short films. He is founder and director at Arthalia Theatre Company in London. Art is his guide, his life...his passion.

Adam De Ville

Adam De Ville is an experienced actor and voice over artist. Adam has worked in TV and all areas of the voice over industry with credits including narrator for the children's book Richmond Bigbottom, various ADR including the film 'Atonement', and has worked with major corporate clients and various E learning projects. His native accent is West Midlands with a range from bubbly working class Brummie, through subtle charm, warm reassuring sincerity to sobriety and solemnity. Adam's friendly and enthusiastic approach and versatility in creating character and use of tone means he can confidently work across a broad range of voice over mediums.

Chris Cocoran

Chris has a warm, engaging voice with innate authority which is ideal for commercials, narration and corporate work. He has provided commentary for several science-themed educational films for GSK and BP and has done ADR work for the feature films ‘Hysteria’ and ‘Belle’. A highly experienced and inventive character actor with bags of charisma, Chris deftly animates scripts with his naturally versatile and expressive voice. Originally from Birmingham, he has a natural RP accent but can transform vocally to cover most regional dialects too. Chris was a long-term member of award-winning Kaos Theatre with whom he worked internationally for over 12 years. When not doing voice work, Chris spends his time presenting and facilitating education and training events.

Paul Alborough

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.