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.
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.
Rebecca recently finished appearing in Eastenders where she played the character Tosh from January to December 2014. Before that her credits include the National, Tricycle and Soho theatres, BBC's Death in Paradise and comedy for BBC3. Rebecca trained at RADA.
Sabine is a German actress, singer and voice over artist living in London. Her voice is extremely versatile, and she has a love for character-driven work, given her acting background (she provided the German voice for Madame Hydra in the game 'Captain America: Super Soldier' and enjoyed working on this dark and ruthless character very much indeed...!)
Dallas Harley Jones is a professional, experienced character actor and voice over artist. He has appeared in a variety of cinema, television and audio projects. His portfolio ranges from Jesus Christ with Yesterday Channel's 'Forbidden Histories' series to comedy sketches on Sky 1's 'Dead Ducks Don't Quack'.
Audio work has ranged from children's narration, to corporate and documentary pieces. Dallas is currently working on a voice over for a project regarding The Children's Film Foundation films, with help from the BFI.
His natural voice is NW England (Liverpool), though he can impersonate and invent various character voices dependant on the project. Dallas's singing range is baritone / tenor.
George hails from Leeds and has huge experience in stage work (and appearing in popular music videos... see here http://youtu.be/1x1wjGKHjBI). With a young, enthusiastic and warm voice, George is ideal for those youth reads which need a natural edge to them.
Marie is an experienced Northern FVO with her own ISDN studio. She has a characterful sound and is also great at straight reads. She has voiced TV and radio commercials, e-learning modules, corporate presentations and website narratives.
She works with numerous production companies and ILR’s. Her previous clients include the NHS, Vernon’s Bingo, Chit Chat Bingo and Provide Insurance. Production companies include Absolute Media, Matinai Animations, VTR North, Realtime UK, The Media Trust, Edvantage Group, UKRD, the Life Channel, Bauer Media, Brickwall Films, Pace Media, Global Radio and many more.
Mark has worked on both sides of the microphone for over 20 years, so he certainly knows his amps from his combo! Currently senior editor and broadcaster for INRIX UK, Mark provides traffic and travel bulletins for, among others, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Somerset, TalkSport and Real Radio Wales. He also has experience in voicing comedy sketches as well as news and weather broadcasts and has presented shows on BBC Radio Wales and Swansea Sound. With a warm, deep, persuasive and adaptable voice, Mark can bring experienced and mature tones to a plethora of productions; as well as provide a gamut of chameleon-like character voices at the drop of a hat. Born and bred in Wales, his Welsh accents are impeccable...but entirely optional!
Aaron is an experienced actor, singer and writer who grew up outside of St. Louis, Missouri. He settled in London (via New Haven, NYC and Glasgow) and brings with him a versatile set of skills from his unique background. He's appeared at Carnegie Hall, tread the boards in the West End and written a full-length musical (available on iTunes!). His voice is bright, youthful and expressive.
Tomas is a full-time actor, part-time musician and full-time Norwegian. He moved to the UK in 2010 after living and acting in Cyprus for 15 years. Before becoming an actor, Tomas performed as a mimic and because of this he is capable of a wide range of accents and imitations of voices. He is also a self-taught pianist and a trained singer; a lyric baritone capable of singing almost 3 octaves. He writes music in his spare time and has written music for plays in London; an original score for 'The Other Side of Happiness' in 2011 and some pieces for 'The Shadow Formula' in 2012.