Corey Malone is a Canadian born actor and voiceover artist who has moved to London to develop his international audience. Although relatively new to the industry, Corey has already appeared in several short films and commercials for companies such as O2 and McDonalds.
Joshua Wuenschel is an experienced Canadian voice over artist (cool eh?) With a versatile vocal range, and a deep baritone voice. He can bring a large range of voice skill to the table from cartoonish or brooding to commercial or documentary. He is experienced with a background in film and animation, and is always up for a new challenge whether it is for animation, commercial/corporate, or documentary voice over work. Contrary to popular belief he doesn’t like maple syrup...but he can ride a moose.
Born in Cambridge, Ontario, Wayne was accepted into the 3 year Music Theatre program at Sheridan College. After performing professionally in theatres and theme parks across Ontario, as well as a six month cruise line contract in the Caribbean, he returned to Toronto in 2000 to make the transition into TV/Film. Wayne has shot a total of seven TV commercials, including a Canadian National spot, as well as various TV shows for Canadian/US Networks and in 2011, appeared in Movie-of- the-Week titled “Silent Witness”(2011), directed by Peter Markle, and “Devil Seed” (2012), which had worldwide distribution
Born and raised in picturesque Stratford (Ontario Canada) Hayley now calls London home, having just returned from co-ordinating disaster relief efforts in Nepal. She has over ten years’ of media experience, four of those with the country’s largest media company, Rogers Communications. She worked her way up from weekend traffic announcer to full-time news anchor and reporter, voicing national spots for TV and radio along the way. Hayley’s passion is documentaries and feature pieces, one of which recently won an Edward R. Murrow award. She excels with emotional and hard-hitting narrative as her tone is friendly, warm and conversational. She can also easily transition to bubbly and energetic, or subdue and serious, as required. Having spent two years teaching English in Greece, she’s also able to provide a Greek read - with the correct accent. She’s extremely professional and easy and fun to work with!
With close to 20 years experience, Adam has lent his voice to a wide variety of projects, including commercials, films, narration, e-learning, radio, and animation. Hailing from Canada, he has a neutral North American accent, and a rich, deep, sonorous voice. Along with his voice work, he has appeared as an actor on several TV programs, as well as advertisements for companies such as Sony, Expedia, and Flybe Airlines.
Shannon is an experienced Canadian voice-over artist with a warm, confident and friendly voice with sultry tones. Shannon trained in Radio and Television Broadcasting at Canada's most established school of broadcasting, Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. Throughout her career, Shannon has mainly worked in TV and Radio, most recently putting her talents to use as a Presenter for a radio station on the West Coast of Canada.
Shannon has now made her home in England, where she works as a television presenter. Shannon is extremely friendly, easy to work with and takes direction well.
Martine has a versatile voice ranging from lively, bubbly to smooth, sexy and authoritative - great for commercial, corporate and narrative reads. She can effortlessly switch from her neutral RP to a Canadian/US accent as she was raised in Ottawa. Voiceover clients include: Hoover Unplugged, the Original Muck Boot Company and Baydonhill Bank. Martine is an actress known for BBC2 drama Dancing on the Edge, Bardo and SYNC, nominated for the VFX Short Film CG awards 2015.
Raised in Atlantic Canada, Ruthie’s warm and friendly personality is evident in her voice. Her rich, alto tone with a pinch of huskiness, offer a relaxed, casual sound that lends itself to a broad audience for contemporary ads, audio books, and radio. Contrasting this, she is also able to deliver an energised and engaged character sound in her narrations. As a professional actress and singer, with a master's degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, she is incredibly versatile and adaptable in the studio.
Since graduating Drama Centre in 2004 Daniel has worked in numerous areas of performance including TV, film and theatre. Daniel has also directed a number of short films, as well as being a contributing writer on BBC Radio 4extra’s Newsjack. He has also worked on his own radio comedy show on SW1 Radio, London.
Due to his family connections in Canada, Daniel offers a light, friendly and informal quality. Both young and trustworthy, along with a neutrality which can be confident, smooth and when needed, authoritative.