Francesca Tomlinson

Francesca has a warm, engaging voice with a soft Geordie accent. Originally from Newcastle Upon Tyne and now currently based in London, Francesca graduated from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and most recently toured with The National Theatre’s JANE EYRE, directed by Sally Cookson. Francesca’s debut audio book is David Almond’s award winning book A Song For Ella Grey.

Anna Brophy

A native Londoner, Anna has a cool, current, intelligent voice. She has worked for BBC Radio 4, Sega, and Google. She is a seasoned theatre performer, having appeared at theatres around the country, from Shakespeare’s Globe to the Soho Theatre. If you need a lighthearted touch, Anna is also a comedian. You can hear her improvising on the upcoming BBC Radio 1 podcast BattleActs or as one half of acclaimed sketch duo EGG.

João Filipe

João Ferreira is an experienced, confident and versatile Portuguese voice-over talent with years of experience mainly in radio. He is fluent in English, Italian and Portuguese. Owner of a warm and very deep voice his vocal tone is authoritative, conversational, cool, reassuring and confident. Ideal for corporate videos, games, e-learning and commercials.

Carol Jarvis

Carol is a professional freelance musician and presenter, with a warm, friendly and soothing voice with deep tones which matches perfectly documentary, narration as well as commercial and continuity. She has been recording and producing for over 20 years, for clients such as the BBC, ITV, Sky TV, EMI, Universal and Dreamworks. Having a professional soundproof recording studio at home means Carol can easily record material to the tightest deadlines. As a musician, she has performed and toured all over the world with the likes of Sting, Rod Stewart, Queen, Ellie Goulding, Muse and Seal.

Max McGill

Gravitas. Comedy. Narration. You've probably heard Max McGill on commercials, narrations, and promos for everyone from U.S. network and cable TV, ABC's Good Morning America, Adult Swim, Disney, McDonald's, to American Forces Network in Europe, Asia, Central America, and Africa. Not only is McGill a major voiceover artist, but throughout his many years in the electronic media, McGill has coached and mentored national radio hosts and voiceover artists who are heard in broadcast markets throughout the United States, including New York City and Los Angeles. McGill also conducts voiceover acting workshops for the AFN, colleges, and universities. As a creative force, McGill has McGill received the highest honors from the advertising community, including the Radio-Mercury Award (awarded for writing, voicing, and producing,) and over 50 national and regional awards from the American Advertising Federation and other advertising and communication organizations for his writing, producing, and voicing skills.

Simon Murray

Simon trained as an actor later in life doing a post graduate intensive training London Centre for Theatre Studies. Since finishing his training in 2007 he has done a mixture of short film, commercials and television as well as stage. He has recently finished appearing with acting legends Tom Conti and Ben Whitrow in Rough Justice. Simon also works with a charity recording a 'talking newspaper' for the sight impaired. His voice could be described as richly resonant. Accents include RP, heightened RO, London, standard Irish, Scottish, Northern and Midlands.

Simon Johns

Simon hails from Cornwall and growing up on the beach has certainly lent a relaxed, cool quality to his resonant voice, perfect for those edgy ad campaigns or friendly corporate narrations.... He trained as an actor at Paul McCartney's LIPA and has spent the last 12 years working in Film, TV, and Theatre. If you go looking you will most likely find him bouncing about the stage at Covent Garden's Royal Opera House, where he is a regular performer. He is also an accomplished musician working with his band "the Hares" who over the last 10 years have become one of the country's busiest acts playing up to 250 dates a year. add to this he is a qualified fight director and experienced stunt performer he certainly likes to keep busy. when he does find some downtime he loves nothing more than grabbing his boards and running to find some waves to surf......even if it is winter.

Derek Smith

A familiar voice to TV viewers in Scotland, Derek is a continuity announcer ,scriptwriter and promo voiceover for STV. Other credits include BBC Scotland, QVC, Living TV, Bio, Travel Channel and Radio Forth. Corporate field includes BA, BP, Bose and Elemis. Derek’s voiceovers for TV promos range from documentaries and entertainment to movies and comedy.

Nick Wallis

Nick is a regular face on BBC1 where he presents current affairs and consumer films for The One Show. He is also the presenter of Channel 5’s "Criminals: Caught on Camera” strand which has been sold around the world. Nick’s accent is neutral Southern English - he has a warm, authoritative voice with the ability to cut through and grab your attention

Steve Salvari

When you want something with a bit of gravitas, you call Steve – plain and simple. He's done numerous charity campaigns for both TV and Radio and can also be White Van Man/Builder, Down-to-Earth Bloke, Hard Bloke or Sexy Deep Voiced Guy. In another life, Steve was one of the founding members of 80's funk group Central Line and has played keys for Barry White. Not bad, eh?