Perle is an exceptionally talented voiceover artist, originally from France but now based in London. She trained at The American Musical Theatre Academy of London, where she was awarded with the Best Singer Award, and also at the Paris 9th District Conservatory. She has a vast range of musical theatre and voiceover experience. When she isn’t doing voiceovers, Perle can be found doing synchronised swimming and flying trapeze!
Frederic has trained as an actor at the London Centre for Theatre Studies and worked mainly in theatre for many years. He has also performed a radio play about the life of an American actress/writer Lynn Ruth Miller and was also the voice of a paranoid turtle in an animation (!). Amongst other roles, he has also played the role of a director for a corporate training film for a company helping third world countries with the provision of clean water and narrated a whole host of audio-books
Warm and friendly, Pierre's voice can very quickly adapt to different scripts. Pierre gained experience in France, where he is from, and in the UK from working on stage and film productions. More recently, he was the voice of the ASF campaign (Lawyers Without Borders). He has a neutral accent in French and a native French accent in English. Pierre also has an extensive knowledge in corporate communications and sciences.
Leonor is an experienced French actress and voice artist.
Born and raised in Paris, she later came to London to attend the Central School of Speech and Drama. Since graduating from the 3 year acting BA, she has been working on stage and screen as well as behind the mic, in English and French.
Leonor’s voice has been described as warm, assured, sassy and bright.
She is familiar with all areas of voiceovers from commercials, promos, video games, ADR, corporate narrations, e-learnings, IVR… And some of her clients include: Air France, Twitter, Skype, Disney, Microsoft, Wooga, Land Rover, Jaguar, Volvo, HSBC, BNP Paribas, ABC TV, Nickelodeon, eBay, Barclays, Sunsilk, Amnesty International, United Nations...
Jonathan Burteaux is a french actor living in London. He has trained at the Royal School of Speech and Drama where he graduated from in 2013.
He is originally from Paris although he speaks both french and english equally. Jonathan was a child actor and has made many appearances in films, television, commercials and theater in the last 15 years.
His previous voice work includes credits for Nickelodeon, Peppa Pig Youtube Channel, Canal Plus, Hasbro, Hertz, Turtle Beach Headset, Belkin, many documentaries and video games.
Jonathan has a versatile voice that can range from 15 to 35 years old.
Gerald Robert is a French voice talent based in Paris. His voice is mature, composed and elegant and his repertoire includes a great variety of styles such as promo, comedy, imaging, narrations, audiobooks, etc. He regularly works for large national and international brands, such as Bouygues, Carrefour, Gillette, Pfizer... He recently lent his voice to Pope Francis, since it was he who was responsible for conducting the French audio version of his encyclical.
Franck is an experienced singer with a versatile voice that covers 3 octaves. He can be gruff, throaty, masculine or soft & mellow. His voice is sincere, warm and trustworthy and is ideal for corporate, commercial or narrative voiceovers as well as voice acting
Originally from France, Franck can offer a range of regional French accents. Following a few years in the United States, he has lived in London for the past fifteen and is familiar with English accents from both sides of the pond.
His fluency in French and English has enabled him to do voiceovers in both languages.
Pierre Maubouché is a native French voiceover with more than 20 years experience and one of the industry's leading French talents.
In his portfolio: continuity voice of Discovery and ESPN, voice of Wuaki TV, promo voice of MTV, National Geographic, Bloomberg, Cartoon Network, member of the voice pool for the NRJ radio network (NRJ, Nostalgie, Chérie FM) and many, many French TV commercials.
Thanks to being bilingual with an French accent (from very subtle to verrry strrrong), he is also the voice of quite few UK TV spots, and a handful of global campaigns such as the famed Dolce & Gabbana commercial.
His voice ranges from deep, manly, rich, authoritative, convincing, to warm caring genuine, gentle, engaging and from sexy, velvety, smooth, softly spoken, suave, current, trendy to smokey, husky, raspy, gritty, tough and rough.
His commercial client list includes Renault, Apple, Axe, McDonald's, Kikkoman, Nike, Dolce&Gabbana, Le Rustique, Versace, Canon, Stella Artois, Honda, Dell, Signal, Total… He has also voiced countless video games, trailers, web promos, corporate videos, explainers, etc.
Georgia Goodman has an international upbringing, growing up in an African / French / Vietnamese household, speaking French at home and American English at the International schools she was attending worldwide. Georgia studied drama in Vancouver, Canada and has an Economics degree from Bordeaux where she moonlit as a radio DJ for radio station Africa Numéro 1, interviewing international artists playing in the city, her claim to fame is having interviewed the late James Brown and getting him to do a jingle for the station! Based in London, Georgia has built a solid CV as an actress with many American credits and as a voiceover artist with her fresh, youthful voice. Next on her bucket list: to lend her voice to a character in the gaming or cartoon industry.