Olivier Leclair is the founder and artistic director of Hippana Theatre UK. He is also a critically acclaimed actor and theatre maker. Olivier has performed voice-over roles at Old Vic, Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre and V&A Museum. His most recent VO commercial was for Babbel at SNK studios. On stage, Olivier is a bold physical performer who has been known occasionally to perform as a woman… with an extremely deep voice. His vocal range varies from nasal comedy to full bodied gravitas. You can count on Olivier for dynamic performances and a maniacal attention to detail. This is matched with an incredible work ethic and a personal devotion to his product and his clients. He is a native English Canadian and French Canadian speaker and he masters several American accents. His voice is deep, dynamic and warm.
Jane's voice ranges from cute and kind, to mysterious and raspy. Having worked predominately in the US and Canada, she has a lovely, neutral American accent and loves to play with character voices! Her TV work includes Netflix's Altered Carbon, and CW's The Flash. An expert with Shakespeare, she can also master several British accents, having the benefit of a classical lilt and musicality to tone. Her enthusiasm is engaging and enchanting to listen to - from audiobooks to advertisements.
Rebecca Walsh is a very experienced and versatile voice over for commercial, animation, and corporate reads. From a natural cool crisp delivery to both boy and girl characters for animation. Rebecca was born in Dublin but lived in Toronto as a young child so her natural sounding voice is Mid- Atlantic, she books regularly for American, Irish, Canadian projects.
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.
Sean Stevenson is a Canadian actor in his final year of Rose Bruford College's Acting course. He has a youthful, bright, yet warm voice that is suited well for commercial work. Sean is friendly, professional and takes direction well.
Sahar Deshmukh is a former Journalist and TV Presenter who simply loves to talk. Her voice is warm, energetic, young and fun. She can also be authoritative, a skill she gained while working in current affairs as a News Reader. She speaks in a Canadian accent, now fused with hints of international flavour gained from living in several countries. She has been living in the UK for over six years and currently resides in Manchester. Sahar is fluent in English and Hindi and her voice is well-suited for commercials, corporate videos and narration.
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 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!