Christa King

Christa is fun and is a ball of energy. Her personality shines through in the studio and she is always a joy to work with. She has a bright, energetic, engaging and flexible voice. She is a natural mimic who is able to change her accent/ tone/pace and pitch to any project. Having trained in the UK and New York, Christa's acting and singing skills enhances her adaptability in the studio. She has toured Europe using a South American accent in a play voiced a video game with a Nigerian accent , used an RP accent for a Vodafone corporate and used a younger tone for Macmillan to name a few; if you need an all-rounder, Christa is the right person for you.

Roberta Palumbo

Roberta is a versatile British-Italian actress. Born in Yorkshire but raised on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily, she calls herself an Anglo-Sicilian. Acting and languages are her main passions and she acts in fluent Italian,  English, French, and Spanish. She graduated with an MA in Acting (Performance) at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and previously studied theatre at the Cours Florent in Paris. Her voice is smooth, velvety, and charismatic. Her broad range of Italian accents can shift from standard Italian to Sicilian, and she can speak RP English and English with an Italian accent.

Tracy Collier

Tracy Collier has been a stage and television actress since 1979. She has appeared nationally and internationally in plays, musicals, and television and has also recorded music collections and voice overs, working for the renowned producer Gordon Lorenz. Most notably, Tracy has appeared in the West End, as Lady Jaqueline Carston in Me and My Girl, and also at the National Theatre in both the Olivier and Littleton theatres, plays included Guys and Dolls, and Tom Stoppard’s Rough Crossing. She worked in repertory theatre for more than ten years playing many lead roles and also featured in a mini-series for RAI television in Italy. Shows also include the British Premier of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Recently she has appeared in music videos for Chapter and Verse, and a new short film for Chrome Productions. She has just finished a tour of a new play When the Cats Away, and is preparing for the role of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard in the summer.

Ketorah Williams

Ketorah is a trained actress, who has taken on roles in award winning film and theatre productions. Originally from Staffordshire, she has a soft natural Midlands accent, her voice is described as melodic, enthusiastic and youthful. Ketorah is currently based in London, and is of Jamaican heritage allowing her to speak fluent Patios, she has also completed a Standard American accent course with voice and accent dialect coach Anne Walsh, and can do an excellent American accent. Ketorah has previously worked on a range of voiceover projects, including corporate, documentaries, commercials and continuity, refer to her voice-reel montage! She can work with her equipment at home for last minute castings and jobs!

Anna Bolton

Anna’s native accent is from the North East of England and can be described as bright, friendly and engaging with a “girl next door” quality. Her voice can play a spectrum of styles from cheeky, upbeat, working class to warm, engaged and comforting to a more grounded and formal delivery when required. Her experience covers a broad field of voiceover disciplines inc: audio books and radio drama, educational and medical narration and the business sector. Anna brings professionalism, focus and enthusiasm to every job. This is evident when she is repeatedly booked by returning, happy clients, which really makes her day!

Rochelle Johnson

Rochelle is a former Radio &Television Presenter & Producer from the Caribbean. Along with Producing and Presenting for Television Rochelle became a go to voice for major corporate Caribbean clients for both Television and Radio. She has hosted both live and prerecorded shows while also being the main nightly news broadcaster for the Grenada Broadcasting Network. Recently Rochelle moved to the UK to further her professional qualifications and experience, gaining a PG Dip in Mass Communications from the University of Leicester along with an MA in Film Production from the Arts University in Bournemouth. A tone that can vary between energetic and upbeat, and soft and sultry, Rochelle's voice is an immediate attention grabber.

Neda Hussein

Neda has been in this line of work since she was 19 years old and it has shaped her whole life. As one of the lead presenters of the official Syrian Radio Damascus, Neda's required to deliver the highest level of Arabic. Syrian Radio Damascus is well known to be a reference in this regard. She's also very experienced in many types of broadcasting materials, a few include; live news bulletins, documentary narration, poetry-reading shows and literature, interviews and discussions, adverts, children radio programs and quiz shows. The microphone was Neda's trusted friend during the Syrian crisis, that she witnessed part of, before moving to Germany then the UK. Neda is half Palestinian and half Syrian which allows her to master both accents, in addition to Lebanese, as she studied in Lebanon.

Stephanie Dickson

Stephanie is a 2016 BA (Acting) Graduate of The Guildford School of Acting. She has worked on various voiceover, theatre, film and music video projects for the likes of Gabrielle Aplin. Most recently, she has played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet with The National Theatre Italy/Kings Theatre Southsea and Amy March in Little Women with Space Productions.

Shanaya Rafaat

Shanaya has a warm, intelligent and engaging voice. She is based in London but grew up in Mumbai and her natural accent is Soft Indian. She also has a good RP and Neutral accent from her training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Moreover, she speaks Hindi which is her second language. She has played lead roles at the Royal Exchange, Shakespeare’s Globe and Sheffield Crucible to name a few. Her screen credits include EastEnders, Lewis and Silk.

Louise Beale

Louise is an accomplished voice over artist and television newsreader with over a decade of experience in radio and TV journalism. Louise is known for her rich, warm voice that has deep and soothing undertones. You can currently see Louise presenting and reporting on Channel 5 News. Previously, Louise anchored her own show on Bloomberg Television, interviewing Europe’s business leaders and politicians. She has covered major news stories as a correspondent for Sky News, Channel 4 News and Bloomberg Television. Louise has also worked extensively in radio - presenting on Classic FM, Magic FM and Monocle 24. She has many regular voice over clients including the wine merchants Berry Brothers & Rudd, and the Wine and Spirit Trade Association.