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.
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.
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!
Asheq Akhtar is a dramatic and comedic actor known for his improvisation skills and natural delivery. After making his debut appearance Gillian Wearing's feature film, 'Self Made, Variety Magazine cited him an 'obvious natural talent,' which convinced him to take up acting full time. He then continued with a career in acting with appearances in popular film and TV shows such as Sherlock, Patrick Melrose, Man Like Mobeen and Doctors. He appeared alongside Riz Ahmed and Tom Hiddleston in the award-winning short film 'Out of darkness', and went on to act as lead in Channel 4's dystopian, futuristic short film, 'Benefits'. Though also known for his distinctive appearance and characterful performances, he also utilises a diverse set of accents including variations on the Midlands accents, Indian dialect and his own neutral voice amongst others.
Adam Scott Pringle is from a small town in the west of Scotland called Girvan.
A graduate from The London School of Musical Theatre & trained in Classical Music in Edinburgh, Adam has a wide range of credits: BlueBird (The Space); NewsRevue (Canal Cafe/Underbelly); Lead Vocalist for P&O Cruises & Rhythm Of The Dance & has appeared in There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis (Upstairs at the Gatehouse & Edinburgh Fringe); Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens (Edinburgh Fringe); Stand & Deliver (Kings Head Theatre); Rumpy Pumpy (The Landor); ISM (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); The Doris Day Story (Workshop); Narrator in Flints App (Commercial).
Gemma is a London based Voiceover artist with several years experience. There's a richness to her voice which makes it incredibly versatile and she can be heard doing everything from smooth, polished, corporate reads to bright, upbeat commercials. She's taken acting classes at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and also belongs to an improvisation group which keeps her VO skills fresh and indulges her passion for acting.
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.
Dominic's warm, reassuring Northern sound works perfectly for commercial material. With a youthful hint to his tone he can easily relate to younger demographics and older alike.
Born and raised in North Yorkshire, Dominic moved to London to further his acting career. He is a recent graduate of Drama Centre London.
From East Lancashire, Alex is an actor, performer and voice-over artist who brings positive energy and a grounded professionalism to the table that keeps clients and colleagues returning time and time again. Now London-based, he's been working on stage and screen from an early age in the North West & Manchester, and has recently been touring Europe - he shows no sign of slowing down! Catch him while you can!
Liat Hughes Joshi is a London-based freelance writer, media commentator and voice over. She has a [calm, authoritative voice with an RP accent and is in her 40s].
As an experienced media commentator, she appears regularly on Sky News and LBC, and has also featured on Good Morning Britain, Channel 5 News, ITV, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 and 5 and BBC regional radio stations.
She has written five books and contributed to many national and international publications ranging from The Daily Telegraph, The Sun, The Guardian and The Sunday Times to leading magazines and websites.