Nezar Alderazi

'Nezar Alderazi is a trained actor working in Film, TV, Theatre, and Radio. His credits include the yet to be released TV series The Looming Tower (Legendary/Hulu), the feature film War Machine (Netflix/Plan B), and the play Occupational Hazards (Hampstead Theatre). As a Voice artist, Alderazi has a strong work ethic, is versatile in his range, and comfortable in his command of language, as he speaks both Arabic (Local Dialects + Standard) and English (Regional American Dialects + RP) fluently. Alderazi also has previous experience in dubbing which includes Shrek Forever After and the Lebanese film Where do we go now?'

Meghan Louise Taylor

With her versatile vocal talents and experience from stage to screen, Meghan Louise Taylor is sure to be an asset in bringing your script to life! Initially an opera singer, Meghan’s study and understanding of vocalisation makes it easy for her to create the individual atmosphere your project requires. Her range is a broad one, from a naturally clear and positive tone which works well for a more corporate sound, narration, or promotion, her cheerful and bubbly timbres are more applicable to cheeky styled advertising! Hailing from America, Meghan holds a broad range of regional accents in her arsenal and don’t forget her singing voice!

G-Rod

G-Rod is a hugely experienced actor and voiceover artist. Based stateside, he has had roles in 24:Legacy, Orange is the New Black and The Walking Dead, to name a few! He's also a keen sportsman and enjoys bodybuilding, football and martial arts. His voice is versatile and suits a range of projects!

Keith Kleinfeldt

Keith is an American Voice Artist originally from Washington, DC. Now living in England, he grew up listening to his Dad on the radio, which inspired both he and his brother to careers in first Radio, and then in Voice Over. Keith’s natural, upbeat and engaging voice is heard on the internationally syndicated Gillette World Sport, FYI Network’s observational documentary series Big Kitchens, and on Television and Radio Commercials for clients including Lipton Iced Tea, Oak Furniture Land, Vivid Toys, American Airlines and Verizon. He will also make his Film debut as the voice of 3 characters in the forthcoming full-length animated feature Ploey – You Never Fly Alone.

Bob Ravelli

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.

Marie Elizabeth

Marie is a bright US voice, whose clients include Spotify, American Apparel, Lynx, The Daily Mail and a myriad of corporate pieces.

Danny Vaughn

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!

Justin Li

Justin is a young Canadian VO with bags of experience both in his native Canada, the US and the UK. Recent clients include Google, Denon, Amazon, Unilever and a whole host of corporate clients.

Stacey Swift

Stacey is a classically trained actor from New York now living in London. She most recently shot an episode of Homeland Season 5 playing a CIA Analyst. She is comfortable with a large range of American accents and VO styles.

Melissa Chambers

Originally from Melbourne where she trained as an Actor at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melissa has worked as a professional voice, stage and screen performer in Australia, New York City and touring throughout Europe. She has extensive stage experience and also holds a Masters degree in Performance Practice as Research from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Now based in London, Melissa works as a voice artist for clients throughout the world. She has recorded over 50 Audio books in Australian and British accents and having lived in New York City for 6 years has an effortless US accent that has won her jobs for both major brands, web narration and corporate training courses. In New York she was a regular cast member of animated series The Crumpets. Past commercial clients include Covergirl, Sothebys, Aussie Hair and Paypal and corporate clients include MacQuarie Bank, Suncorp and L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.