Nik Davies

Nik is half Greek and half Welsh and has been using his voice to good effect from a very early age, winning his first singing contest at the age of 6. Whilst working in New York he was asked if he had ever done voiceovers - and the idea stuck. He read for a couple of corporate ads whilst working in Vancouver and a Teacher's TV ad on his return London. Since then, he's done work for Jaguar Land Rover, Save the Children, Rolls-Royce and VW.

Lissa Sanders

Lissa is a voiceover with a serious CV. She’s worked for CBS Radio Los Angeles, KNX1070 NEWSRADIO and KFWB NEWS TALK 980. She is currently in her fourth consecutive season of representing KFWB NEWS TALK 980 (the Los Angeles Clippers’ radio home) during KFWB pre-game festivities for the Los Angeles Clippers' home games at the Staples Center. Outside of her voice work, she’s the program specialist for the Arts Journalism Programs at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She has a warm, rich voice perfect for reads that require authority.

Ashleigh Whitfield

Ashleigh hails from Newcastle and has worked in radio for almost fifteen years, with stints at Trafficlink, Metro Radio, Magic 1152, Magic Network, 103.4 Sun FM and TFM. Voiceover work includes Cineworld Sunderland, Instore Radio Productions (Dalton Park, Furniture to Go and Wynsors World of Shoes), Purina, Mothercare, SKY and recording the University of Sunderland podcasts for their website. She's also worked as a continuity announcer for BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC HD, BBC Four and was also the voice of Movies 24 during 2014.

Rob Leo-Hill

Rob is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has worked on projects from outlandish singing to announcer... and narrative reads to an animated voice for a talking toy! Recent bookings include a role in the upcoming animated feature film The 7th Dwarf, a set of 3 TV and radio spots for the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and a whole host of online explainer videos!

Bobby Dosanjh

Bobby is of Indian/Sikh ethnic origin with a Nottingham regional accent, who speaks basic Punjabi language. Attending the Central Television Workshops at a early age gave him the taste for performing but this was not put into practice until his early twenties. From secondary school he took up boxing and had seven amateur bouts before deciding that he wanted to become an Actor. Working in children's theatre touring the country was great fun as he was taking drama to a audience who may not have seen theatre before. After a few years he realised his 'calling' was to work in-front of camera for television and film.

Ian Collins

LBC Presenter, BBC Five Live regular, Sky & BBC News Channel pundit, occasional mouthpiece for BBC2's Daily Politics & BBC1's This Week and can sometimes be heard getting a public lashing on Radio 4's The Moral Maze, Ian is a member of the Westminster Press Gallery, writer of comedy, prolific podcaster, script editor, deviser of all manner of TV and Radio formats (some you may have even heard of) and is soon to complete his second book, 87 People I'd Like to Slap.

Linda Large

Linda is an experienced stage, film, TV and voice artist. Her voice credits include the radio dramatisation of Lynn Ruth Miller's autobiography How Life Begins in which Linda played Lynn, Ruth's elderly Rumanian grannie, her Japanese friend Toshimi, her posh English friend Columba and her American teacher, plus other minor roles. Other radio drama includes CERN: uNclear Physics, in which she played the station tannoy and the cynical journalist Kate Savage, and various roles in The Chronicles of Banania, a series of short plays broadcast on Resonance FM over several weeks, for HuRica Productions. She also played the caring neighbour Sheila Smith in Turning the Tide for Wireless Theatre Company. Linda worked as a physicist before becoming an actor and has recorded voice tapes for scientific experiments as well as engineering exam papers for sightdisabled students. She's also recorded voiceover for short films, including ADR. She reads poetry and stories, her latest being the Russian character Radha Mila in the short story Do Not Send Help by Anna Clair, recorded live at this year's first ever European LitCrawl for Liars' League.

Gerry Mclaughlin

Gerry McLaughlin is a core cast member of BBC Scotland sketch comedies 'Burnistoun' and 'Only An Excuse?'. In theatre he has worked with The National Theatre of Scotland and The Lowry. Other TV credits include 'The Crash' 'Shameless' 'The Accused' 'Badults' 'River City'.  Being a Glasgow native, but raised in the North West and South of England has been a key factor in his ability with accents, while years singing in blues and rock bands have attributed to his warm gravelly vocal.

David Boyle

A really experienced and down to Earth character actor, David has always been intrigued by the unusual things in life. One of the highlights of a long and varied career was playing the multifaceted chameleon actor Peter Sellers in the stage play “Being Sellers,” both in London and On Broadway. He's also a very talented illustrator, so he's pretty good with the old crayons too!

Tessa Wolfe

A native North Londoner whose family hail from Bolton, Tessa is a chatty, down-to-earth voice who can swap between varying degrees of Standard/RP and North London, to full on Northern! Tessa is great fun to work with and her passion in voice work is audio books and radio drama, where she can really stretch her legs with her character voices!