James Hutchinson

A trained improv actor, James can deliver his warm London accent with either an affable familiarity or more refined formality. Having spent ten years working in advertising, he is now applying his experience of communicating persuasive, convincing messages to the recording studio, which he has recently done for Christian Aid and corporate events.

Jack Bennett

Jack is an actor with a string of West End credits to his name, including productions for Mike Leigh, the National Theatre and being in the original Harry Potter and the Cursed Child company. A lot of his work has been in comedy roles and he has a great instinct for finding the funny in a script. He grew up in the West Midlands and has a warm, friendly delivery. Being half-Welsh, he can also provide a native Southern Welsh voice. He’s got a versatile range of accents, recently put to good use in providing ADR on the film The Hitman’s Bodyguard. When he’s not speaking someone else’s words, Jack can be found touring the UK in his own one-man shows. He’s a former Artist in Residence of the Oxford Playhouse and is an Associate Artist of ARC, Stockton. He’s also made his own silent film – The Busker & The Coin – which was selected for the gala screening at Danny Boyle’s inaugural Shuffle Festival.

Vicki Davids

Vicki is a London based actress, born and bred in Brighton. She has worked extensively in musical theatre and plays, both on tour and London’s West End. She also sings in a close harmony trio, The Dolly Girls, which has taken her all over the world. Her natural RP voice is clear, bright, warm and informative. Skilled at delivering a direct, coherent corporate or narrative read, she is equally at ease with more characterful, dynamic scripts.

Hannah Lee

Hannah's East Midlands lilt gives her voice a friendly, gently northern sound. Originally from Scunthorpe, she studied English at the University of Cambridge and then trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, so she can strengthen or soften her accent very naturally. Hannah's bright tone suits playful campaigns and her ease with academic language makes her a great choice for educational texts requiring a confident, accessible voice.

Jonathan Clays

Friendly, natural, authoritative yet believable or with a bucket load of irony if you need, Jonathan's been the voice of countless corporate films, TV & radio ads and as a TV and in-flight continuity announcer. JC's also been the voice of many primetime ITV shows including Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm a celebrity. Oh, looking for a great footy commentator read? You've just found your man. My word, he's simply unstoppable!

Charlotte Griffiths

Charlotte has done a variety of voice over work including a series of Welsh language-learner CD’s, ADR for feature films, radio commercials, theme parks, theatres and animation...and she was also finalist in the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship 2015 for Radio Drama. Her credits so far include the multi-award and BAFTA winning HINTERLAND (BBC FOUR), the fourth series of BAFTA winning GWAITH/CARTREF (Home/Work, Fiction Factory), the second series of BAFTA winning ALYS (Apollo TV), DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (Hackney Empire), NO.5 CWMDONKIN DRIVE (Welsh Fargo Stage Company, UK Tour).

Riona O’Connor

Riona is a bright, warm Southern Irish VO, who is currently working with Jamie Lloyd and playing 'Alice' in The Commitments at The Palace Theatre London. Her work as a voice artist to date includes Doctor Who : Love and War with Big Finish and the computer game "I Fight Bears"

Becky Pennick

Becky has a wonderfully rich voice embracing the lower tones of an alto timbre. Original from Portsmouth and now based in London she trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. VoiceOver credits include BBC radio 4, BBC radio Solent and Richmond Theatre. She also has a wonderful flare for creating lifelike characters for story telling.

Dylan Kennedy

Hailing from Cork, Dylan's Southern Irish tonnes give his voice a natural warmth and charm. This fresh, upbeat sound makes him a great choice for commercials. Having worked at The National Theatre, The Donmar and The Royal Albert Hall, Dylan's wealth of acting experience also allows him to create characters with depth and sincerity.

Ruthie Luff

Raised in Atlantic Canada, Ruthie’s warm and friendly personality is evident in her voice. Her rich, alto tone with a pinch of huskiness, offer a relaxed, casual sound that lends itself to a broad audience for contemporary ads, audio books, and radio. Contrasting this, she is also able to deliver an energised and engaged character sound in her narrations. As a professional actress and singer, with a master's degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, she is incredibly versatile and adaptable in the studio.