Jack Bennett

Jack is an actor with a string of West End credits to his name, including productions for Mike Leigh, the National Theatre and being in the original Harry Potter and the Cursed Child company. A lot of his work has been in comedy roles and he has a great instinct for finding the funny in a script. He grew up in the West Midlands and has a warm, friendly delivery. Being half-Welsh, he can also provide a native Southern Welsh voice. He’s got a versatile range of accents, recently put to good use in providing ADR on the film The Hitman’s Bodyguard. When he’s not speaking someone else’s words, Jack can be found touring the UK in his own one-man shows. He’s a former Artist in Residence of the Oxford Playhouse and is an Associate Artist of ARC, Stockton. He’s also made his own silent film – The Busker & The Coin – which was selected for the gala screening at Danny Boyle’s inaugural Shuffle Festival.

Alan Drake

A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Alan has appeared in many productions on stage and screen, most recently as Mr Perks in the West End production of The Railway Children. Originally from North Lincolnshire he has an RP accent but can rekindle his old northern dialect at the drop of a hat. His voice is friendly, engaging, occasionally wry and there is a certain “everyman” quality about him. Alan is also a qualified Blue Badge tourist guide and when he is not on the mic he can be seen guiding groups around London and other parts of the UK. He also speaks French fluently.

Michael Addo

A born and bred Londoner, Michael has a warm and friendly voice which is ideal to bring charisma and enthusiasm to commercials. With the ability to bring scripts to life and engage with the audience he is well suited to youth campaigns as well as bringing gravitas to more corporate brands. When he is not doing voice work you can find him acting in films and TV commercials.

Charlotte Griffiths

Charlotte has done a variety of voice over work including a series of Welsh language-learner CD’s, ADR for feature films, radio commercials, theme parks, theatres and animation...and she was also finalist in the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship 2015 for Radio Drama. Her credits so far include the multi-award and BAFTA winning HINTERLAND (BBC FOUR), the fourth series of BAFTA winning GWAITH/CARTREF (Home/Work, Fiction Factory), the second series of BAFTA winning ALYS (Apollo TV), DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (Hackney Empire), NO.5 CWMDONKIN DRIVE (Welsh Fargo Stage Company, UK Tour).

Ffion Wilkins

Ffion graduated with a Bmus(hons) from Goldsmiths College and has worked as an actress, voice over artist, singer and musician since she was 14. She has a deep, husky, authoritative voice and soothing at the same time. She is fluent in English and Welsh and has worked for the BBC, CH5, S4C, COI and numerous independent TV companies. Her TV credits include A Mind to Kill, Doctors, Torchwood and Pobol Y Cwm. She also works as a singer with her own band as well as being a session singer. She toured with the multi platinum album group The Soldiers and recorded vocals on the current Chris de Burgh album. She has also just completed her first solo album Never.

Tara Walker

Tara's sassy and contemporary voice style is perfect for the music industry, a subject in which she has a first class degree. With a background in acting and public speaking too, her clear tone and confident delivery works very well for a wide range of products and topics, both commercially and in the corporate market. Perfect voice-over roles for her would be animal documentaries, humorous TV commercials, charity campaigns or commentary for a personable and fun TV series. Equally capable of corporate professionalism as she is at humorous dramatics, Tara brings passion and commitment to any voice over role as well as the ability to take direction well. Her enthusiasm for animal welfare and her love of drum 'n' bass round off her interests in front of and away from the microphone.

Paul Golliker

Paul Golliker is a male, Northern voiceover based in London. Depending on the nature of your project his northern tones can be delivered to add warmth, punch, sincerity or sexiness. Paul has bags of experience with credits including TV and radio commercials, promos, narration, station imaging and on-hold audio. Paul’s recent clients include MTV, BBC, Gaviscon, Red Bull, Lynx and Bench. He is based in London but available on ISDN and can travel to sessions – even those outside of Soho!

Rob Lines

Rob is a down-to-earth Northern voice, with bags of character. His favourite voiceover gig thus far has been with Catalyst Media, where he recorded a short play called 'The Good, The Bat and The Ugly: Gotham MCU' and can also be heard on recent commercials for Mitsubishi.

Maureen Hibbert

A smooth warm voice with flavours from England, America, and the Caribbean, Maureen has been absorbing spoken word sounds from Afrikan Caribbean culture since childhood. Maureen's work as an actress for 25 years, brings an emerging and deepening ability for voice work; on radio, commercial and within the corporate sector.

Nathan Sussex

Nathan is a Welsh actor, whose voiceover work has included Idents for The BBC & BBC Wales. He voiced the Campaign for the final series of GAVIN & STACEY across all BBC Platforms and also, most recently, for the series BAKER BOYS. Nathan can currently be heard on Real Radio voicing a Cancer Research. Other clients include ITV Wales, where he narrated several documentaries and an eight part series called 'Your Channel'. Nathan is also experienced in ADR and has recently voiced Being Human and the new series of STELLA for SKY 1