Valentina is a native Italian actress and singer with a degree in Performing Arts from University of Malta. She moved to London soon after her graduation and started working both in Italy and in the UK as a theatre and screen actress. Her voice is clear and versatile, it goes from smooth and warm tunes to bright and lively ones. She can play with a range of accents from standard Italian to Neapolitan and Sicilian.
A neutral Scots accent, with a fresh and lively persuasion, Steve's engaging Scottish lilt brings sincerity and life to any project. Steve has many years of top industry experience, voicing TV and radio commercials; station imaging; educational, corporate and event material for producers all over the UK.
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.
Alexine was recently reviewed as having “a wonderful quality to her voice, which is pleasant to listen to for long stretches of time”. Warm and friendly, Alexine instantly engages listeners. Her wide ranging, versatile, rich voice will bring upbeat energy and honesty to any script. Her natural smooth RP tones also lend themselves perfectly to corporate or documentary narratives. Alexine is an actress living in London, trained at The Oxford School of Drama, and is also fluent in French.
Komal has an energetic and friendly voice which can bring to life a range of scripts. As a London based actor, she trained at East 15 and has experience in corporate and educational reads with companies like Barclays Capital and The British Council. Komal is a versatile artist who is fluent in Spanish and Gujarati, and has a strong grasp of German.
Sian has a neutral voice with a northern lilt that can be increased or made to disappear all together. With a professional warm tone she is perfect for corporate reads, although with her cheeky grin comes the ability to bring a sense of fun or a sarcastic undertone to your script. Sian is a professional actress and her voice credits include, BBC Children in Need, BBC Radio 4, AdPods Bluetooth Marketing, Roundhouse and DC Pae’s monologue podcasts.
Carmen is a fresh talent in the voiceover industry, with training from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is currently working as a professional actress in Glasgow. Fluent in both English and Norwegian, she has credits in various film and voiceover projects in Norway as well as in the UK. She is currently involved in a theatre tour, several stage productions and a film project.
Canadian-born actor and singer Simon Gfeller first studied acting at École Supérieure de Théâtre in Montréal and furthered his vocal training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London).
Simon worked extensively in theatre for most of his early career whilst based in Canada. Amongst several productions, he has played "Timms" in a french translation of Alan Bennett's renowned play History Boys at Montreal's Theatre Jean-Duceppe. On screen, he has appeared in the American series Accident Investigators for Discovery USA. He also recently played the role of "Guillaume" in the movie Laurentie that was awarded Best International Feature prize at the Raindance Film Festival in 2012. Simon has also appeared in TV commercials in both French and English speaking Canada.
Recently, Simon appeared on a germanic stage for the first time in the role of Florestan in Die Schumann Sonate presented both at the TAK Theater Liechtenstein and at the STOK Theater Zürich to critical acclaim.
Recent operatic engagements include Pete Peterson for English Touring Opera, which won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera in 2014.
Sixth Servant Capriccio (Royal Opera House), four servants Les Contes d'Hoffmann (Opera Project), Billy Mahagonny-Songspiel (London Philharmonic Orchestra) and Man in Arm Die Zauberflöte (Opéra de Montréal).
Radhika is an experienced presenter and VO artist with her own professional home studio. She is a born and bred Londoner, with a naturally warm and upbeat tone. On screen, she has had roles in Casualty (BBC), New Tricks (BBC) and Second Generation (Channel 4) and soon to be released film The Childen Act (BBC/Canal+). She has voiced for Electronic Arts, BBC, Halifax, Microsoft, PWC, Vodaphone, Reliance, NHS and Barnados. Radhika read PPE at Magdalen College, Oxford where she presented the university radio breakfast show. Alongside work, Radhika loves travelling, music and maths. She has travelled extensively in India, The Americas, Papua New Guinea and has lived in Spain. She plays drums with her band and can solve a rubik's cube in under 5 minutes.