Mickey van Rijn

Mickey is a female voice-over artist experienced in commercials, narrating, dubbing and E-learning in both the UK and the Netherlands. She speaks Dutch, (British) English, Flemish and German. Her voice is energetic, trustworthy and engaging.

Zita Téby

Zita speaks English with an international, pan-European accent and is both a native German and Hungarian speaker. She is a professional actress with ten years extensive stage and screen experience. Her most recent acting job was playing Ilse Einstein, the daughter of Albert Einstein in the new Sky drama ‘Genius’. Prior to moving to London she played main roles in two Hungarian TV Series (Fapad, Egynyári Kaland) and completed a four-year contract in theatre (Katona József Theatre in Kecskemét, Hungary). On stage Zita has played lead-roles in both Hungary and Germany. Her accent abilities are wide and versatile, voiceover clients include Spotify, Klub Radio Budapest, Allure Productions and Logitech.

Simon Lammers

Simon is an actor for film and theatre. He grew up in Germany, Hamburg. After a few years of professional acting training, he decided to move to London to begin his career there. Initially, the focus was more on theatre and then shifted to film in London. He has appeared in more than 20 productions in theatre and film. Due to his acting experience, his voice ranges from funny playful to serious and saddened to death and is therefore flexible in its use.

Sam Peter Jackson

Sam is a German voiceover (despite his very English name!) and is based in London. He's been in the industry for over 15 years and has worked with clients including Xbox, Hilton, Deutsche Bank, MTV and Nickelodeon. He has a diverse voice that can handle most voiceover work, including promos, commercials and corporate reads.

Janin Stenzel

Janin is a very prolific German dubbing artist from Berlin, who has worked on a whole host of films (some of the actresses she has dubbed include Shailene Woodley, Mia Wasikowska and Zoe Kazan). She also has extensive experience in audiobooks, commercial work and corporate pieces.

Berenice Weichert

At the young age of eight, Berenice was discovered for her extraordinary voice variability and started her career as a voice actress in Berlin, Germany. She has participated in more than 1000 voice-over projects, mostly in a leading role. Her recent work includes Hollywood movies such as “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation”, “Captain America”, “The Avengers” and “Hercules”, as well as TV and radio commercials, video games and documentaries. In 2013 she started writing German dubbing scripts (e.g. for “Nashville”) and worked as dubbing director for a hospital series (“Emily Owens MD”). Since Berenice is also a medical doctor, she is also involved in the production of teaching videos for the renowned Charité Hospital in Berlin.

Charlotte Woolfe

Charlotte is Austrian, and having grown up in Switzerland and Luxembourg, also speaks accent free German (Hochdeutsch) and is also fluent in English and French As an actress, she was trained by Cherry Cookson, from the Wireless Theatre Company (Radio), and has extensive experience in ADR work

Florian Schwienbacher

Florian is a professional actor and voice over artist with eight years of experience in Theatre and Musical. More recently he has been working mostly in TV and Film. He is both German and Italian native speaking due to his particular background, growing up in South Tyrol, a German minority in northern Italy.

Laura Sophie Helbig

Sophie is a very passionate actress, voice actress and screenwriter from Germany. She has voiced the role of 'Carol' in the audio drama The Walking Dead, many corporate films, Spotify Spots and commercials for clients such as NIKE, google, UPS and more. As well as ADR roles for Series like 'When Calls The Heart‘ or the German voice of the lead in 'Razia Sultan‘

Fernando Tiberini

As an established voice-over artist and language consultant, Fernando voices and supervises the multilingual versions of corporate and educational videos, television and radio commercials, language courses, video games, cartoons, toys, documentary and fiction films, museum and city guides and other multimedia projects. Fernando Tiberini has studied English and German Literature and Linguistics at Zurich University and holds an MA from the Sorbonne University in Paris. He studied acting at the Stella Adler Conservatory and HB Studio in New York, as well as film editing at the Spanish Film School (ECAM) in Madrid.