Kath is a young (ish) actress and voice over artist from Swansea. She has a warm, homely voice with great comedy timing. Her natural accent is South Wales however she can loose the Welsh, exaggerate it and can dip into other accents too. She has treaded the boards extensively throughout Wales in a variety of productions from classical, comedy, new writing even a pantomime (oh yes she did) She has also performed in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Kath has appeared in TV roles with small features including Crimewatch and Three Girls for the BBC . Kath was a Norman Beaton 2017 winner spending 5 months as part of the BBC Radio Drama Department. She played various roles in a wide range of dramas including Sian in The Archers, Gaynor and Gladys in The Citadel and Ellen in Heartstone. Kath has also recorded the narration for Auntie Biotic, a character created to promote the correct administration of antibiotics, as well as voicing Jill Valentine in a radio adaptaion of Resident Evil.
Sophie has a bright and friendly voice with a soft northern accent. She can do a full range of northern and southern accents and has polished her RP. Sophie can so strong character voices with a good ear for accents and impersonations.
Probably best known for playing "Holly Barton" in ITV Emmerdale. As well as leads in Britannia High, Dalziel and Pascoe and Holby City.
Sophie has taken Lead roles in three No 1 UK theatre tours, all of which were in RP.
She has also narrated multi award winning independent feature film "The Salt Trail" as well as various short films and other projects.
Amy is a trained actor who graduated from Manchester School of Theatre. Her TV credits include BBC’s doctors and ITV’s Tina and Bobby. With her natural Blackpool accent which is fun, friendly and energetic, she can bring any script instantly to life! Her bright and enthusiastic tone is engaging and warm. Having worked in the Blackpool tourist industry and exposed to different accents, she has a real passion for playing comedy characters and performing a variety of different voices and accents! Amy is fun to work with and can take direction well.
Gillian Horgan is from Cork, Ireland, and trained at Drama Studio London. She has a warm and engaging voice, with a bright and friendly tone. She can most recently be heard on "Sketch, Please!" Podcast Adventures. She has recorded several online comedy shows with Milk Bottle Productions, and works in theatre and film regularly. She played the legendary Irish folk singer Margaret Barry in She Moved Through the Fair: The Legend of Margaret Barry at UK Folk Festivals in the summer, and hopes to reprise the role next year.
Natasha is a London based actress, voice over artist and comic writer. Trained at Drama Studio London, she was once given the title role of King Duncan in Macbeth. Quite the fitting role. Most recently, she has been part of the SH**FACED SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION of "A Mid Summer Nights Dream" at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Vocally, Natasha has a contemporary, animated sound with a natural ability to bring any script to life, seriously. . it's true. She has just voiced the online and spotify campaign for very.co.uk
Aina Calpe Serrats is an award-winning actress born in the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. She speaks Spanish and Catalan, both her mother tongue, as well as English. With a background in contemporary dance and violin performance, Aina started off her career in Barcelona’s ‘Institut del Teatre’, one of the most renowned schools of dramatic arts in Spain.
The convergence of languages, cultures, art and love have beckoned Aina to London to experiment a new vibrant chapter of her life, always looking for new frontiers, whatever they may be.
Mickey is a female voice-over artist experienced in commercials, narrating, dubbing and E-learning in
both the UK and the Netherlands. She speaks Dutch, (British) English, Flemish and German. Her voice
is energetic, trustworthy and engaging.
Oriane is a French London based Actress and VO Artist who's been working in the industry for more than 10 years, starting on Stage until she moved to London a few years ago to nurture her career in TV & Film as well as Voiceover.
Having lived all around the world, Oriane speaks French, English, Spanish as well as a bit of Russian. When she isn't on set or doing voiceovers, Oriane can be found at the movies, or in the nearest French cafe eating a nice and warm 'pain au chocolat'!
Nicola is a trained actress and TV and Radio presenter with a verrrrrrrrry versatile voice. You’ll mostly hear her cheeky North London style daily on Heart FM and talking tech and cars with Stuff Mag & Whatcar? Mag on their YouTube channels. What’s that you say? You need someone who can make a lump of cheese sound sexy? No problem. Nicola has you covered.
(Did we also mention Nicola is the voice of a Lemur on a ride at Chessington World Of Adventures? Just thought you’d like to know)
With her versatile vocal talents and experience from stage to screen, Meghan Louise Taylor
is sure to be an asset in bringing your script to life! Initially an opera singer, Meghan’s study
and understanding of vocalisation makes it easy for her to create the individual atmosphere
your project requires. Her range is a broad one, from a naturally clear and positive tone
which works well for a more corporate sound, narration, or promotion, her cheerful and
bubbly timbres are more applicable to cheeky styled advertising! Hailing from America,
Meghan holds a broad range of regional accents in her arsenal and don’t forget her singing