Nicole Palomba is an American born actress from the rural mountain west, which infuses a sense of adventure and play to all her work. Trained across the US and at East15 here in London, Nicole identifies most as a cantadora- or professional storyteller on stage, screen, commercials, radio, and podcasts. She has a neutral American accent, but is a quick study with any voice or character and welcomes a challenge. If you're looking for deep rooted and grounded yet genuine vocal work, Nicole is happy to work with you!
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.
JoJo Jensen is a female American voice talent (American standard neutral accent) with more than fifteen years experience in the industry. She has recorded all types of projects and her smooth tones and easy, conversational delivery make her an easy casting choice. JoJo has a special knack for technical, jargon filled scripts, making it sound like multi-syllabic words always roll of her tongue. She also has a bevy of characters and accents in her pocket and she gladly pulls them out to play as often as possible.
Maryam is a professional actress dual citizen French and Swiss registered on Spotlight. Native French and Italian fluent who studied opera singing and jazz in Milan, Italy. The continuous vocal training has created so many strength to her voice. Worked for voice over for Rai Italian radio. Read for Harrap’s publication l’Italien en un weekend (language course) where her character was a French woman based in Rome teaching Italian to her french boyfriend. Have also read for Nivea Q10 in French for the french market. Maryam has an incredible unusual international quality to her voice ideal for corporate, commercial and radio.
Ronnie's voice is usually described as having 'attitude' but can also be smooth, warm and seductive. She moved from the South of France to London and trained with the London Academy of Voiceover & Radio. After being a guest on Resonance Radio, she hosted her own music and chat shows on Connection FM in Deptford and Watford Hospital Radio, where she was awarded "Presenter of the Year". From TV commercials for GHD and Oral B to spoken words on music, poetry, documentary narratives and audio guides, Ronnie's voice is versatile and can bring a little twist and uniqueness to any work.
With a super soft Lincolnshire accent Carrie has a versatile, young 20’s/30’s voice which is naturally warm, friendly and relatable… with plenty of sparkle. She’s great with accents and character voices too and can deliver a gently confident, imitate quality which is ideal for narration and corporate work. A trained actress and singer, Carrie’s voice lends itself well to audiobooks and radio drama, and she can record from her home studio as well as reach London studios with ease.
Most recently Carrie has spent many hours in the booth bringing GDPR training to the likes of Mazda and Toyota.
Carrie is also a published author and freelance writer.
Deborah de Groot, born in the Netherlands, is a professional Vocalist and Actress living in London. She did her vocal and acting training at the School of Performing arts for 5 years and starting to work as a professional in 2010. She played characters in several Musical theatre shows and worked as a lead vocalist in a few successful bands. Her voice is very friendly and sometimes airy and very calming to listen to. Fresh and feminine! In the past Deborah’s voice was used for Coca Cola, Pickwick tea and TV dubbing.
Ada Burke is a Turkish/British actress and voiceover artist. She trained first at London International School of performing Arts and then at The Poor School. Ada has worked in various projects such as commercials, film dubbing, corporate videos, animation both in English and Turkish languages. She also sang famous English songs and nursery rhymes in Turkish.
Libusha Steele is Slovakian voice-over artist and actress based in London for past 16 years.
Her voice-over work includes documents for BBC, Arline announcements for BA, and telephone menus for Microsoft, corporate for Glaxo-Smith-Klein. She has appeared in number of commercials: MasterCard, JD Williams, Bailys, Esso, AA and worked on feature films – Da Vinci Code, Charlie and Chocolate Factory, The World’s End. She has also professional dance background and worked for Royal Opera House. In her native Slovakia she has appeared in several dramas and commercials and worked in number of theatres.