A native Londoner, Anna has a cool, current, intelligent voice. She has worked for BBC Radio 4, Sega, and Google. She is a seasoned theatre performer, having appeared at theatres around the country, from Shakespeare’s Globe to the Soho Theatre. If you need a lighthearted touch, Anna is also a comedian. You can hear her improvising on the upcoming BBC Radio 1 podcast BattleActs or as one half of acclaimed sketch duo EGG.
Esther has a bright, lively, confident and friendly voice. Just as competent reading a ‘Mum’ type script as something straighter or more upbeat, she has a good sense of timing, takes direction well and is consistent with her reads. As a passionate amateur singer, she has a keen sense of rhythm and also speaks fluent French. Voiceover clients include Renault, Eurosport, BNP Parisbas, Orange, Nissan and Assimil.
Rosalie's voice is warm with character.
Native French actress, she also speaks English Spanish and Italian and can easily take accents, and create original voices for cartoons or kids.
After more than 10 years working in the Film/Theatre industry in France/UK, her extensive experience ranges from : comedy&original plays, a one woman show, feature films, TV commercials, radio, audiobooks, voice-over, dubbing, voice documentaries and singing.
Rosalie is currently writing and developing her own projects for screen and stage.
Rae Lim exemplifies the term "ABC". Not American-born Chinese, but actually, American-accented, British-educated, bilingual Chinese actress. She also teaches, performs and competes in Latin dance to further confuse those whom she meets. The above-average Asian, Rae has been described by others as funny, funky and flirty - usually at the same time. Cute, quirky and kickass (and a massive fan of alliteration), she is primarily a comedic actress who also works in stunts and voiceovers.
Caroline is a French actress and voice over artist who regularly works between London and Paris.
She trained at the Conservatory of Lyon before moving to the UK in 2011 to pursue her acting career.
Caroline has worked on numerous projects with high-profile clients such as Carte d’Or, Made.com, Carven, Huaweï, Netflix, Star of Service and Amazon Prime.
In 2017, she was chosen to be the French voice of Amanda Seyfried’s character in the movie “The Last Word” (“Adorables ennemies” in French) as well as Stefanie Martini’s character in the ITV mini series Doctor Thorne.
Karina is a professional singer, actress and voice-over artist from Germany based in London. Her
intense vocal and acting training she completed in the UK, enables her to find the right placement of
her voice in no time in order to bring out just the right character to life.
Megan O'Neill is an Irish singer, songwriter, podcast host and voice over artist. Her voice, described as 'soothing' , 'charming' and 'trustworthy' has seen her working with BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 2, Today FM and 2FM (Ireland) and CMR Nashville, amongst many more. She has a professional home-studio setup and can turnaround any project in a short amount of time.
Maeve is an Irish actor/singer and delivers a warm, clear and engaging voice quality. Her West of Ireland accent adds a uniquely appealing tone to each project undertaken whilst remaining fully flexible and adaptable to the specific brief on hand. Her most recent voice over work was on behalf of Lightful in which she recorded material for their online video tutorials. Maeve writes her own blog (maevecurry.wordpress.com) and is adept at helping to shape and structure scripts where the need arises.
Eva-Marie is a German voice actress, who has trained as an actress and voice-over artist in London, Cologne and Los Angeles. Her youthful, warm and clear Standard accented voice can be heard across variety of different mediums in radio drama, dubbing, ADR, commercials, trailers, corporates, e-learning as well as language learning. As a voice actress she has amongst others worked for BBC, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Fix and Foxi TV. Eva-Marie has worked with many other well known corporate and commercial clients. When recording she swears by her Volvic Lemon to sip from between takes and will carry at least 1.5 litres into any voice studio she's entering.
Susan is originally from a small town in county Kerry, south-west Ireland. Although she hasn't lived there in quite
sometime, her charming Irish brouge has remained intact, but softened by years of living in the UK and
Australia. With her clear, soft, bubbly tone it's no wonder children's story telling is where she realized voice over work
is something she wanted to pursue.
Susan has been based in London for over two years, where she currently attends Identity School of Acting.