Rebecca Walsh is a very experienced and versatile voice over for commercial, animation, and corporate reads. From a natural cool crisp delivery to both boy and girl characters for animation. Rebecca was born in Dublin but lived in Toronto as a young child so her natural sounding voice is Mid- Atlantic, she books regularly for American, Irish, Canadian projects.
Megan O'Neill is an Irish singer, songwriter, podcast host and voice over artist. Her voice, described as 'soothing' , 'charming' and 'trustworthy' has seen her working with BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 2, Today FM and 2FM (Ireland) and CMR Nashville, amongst many more. She has a professional home-studio setup and can turnaround any project in a short amount of time.
Maeve is an Irish actor/singer and delivers a warm, clear and engaging voice quality. Her West of Ireland accent adds a uniquely appealing tone to each project undertaken whilst remaining fully flexible and adaptable to the specific brief on hand. Her most recent voice over work was on behalf of Lightful in which she recorded material for their online video tutorials. Maeve writes her own blog (maevecurry.wordpress.com) and is adept at helping to shape and structure scripts where the need arises.
Susan is originally from a small town in county Kerry, south-west Ireland. Although she hasn't lived there in quite
sometime, her charming Irish brouge has remained intact, but softened by years of living in the UK and
Australia. With her clear, soft, bubbly tone it's no wonder children's story telling is where she realized voice over work
is something she wanted to pursue.
Susan has been based in London for over two years, where she currently attends Identity School of Acting.
Gillian Horgan is from Cork, Ireland, and trained at Drama Studio London. She has a warm and engaging voice, with a bright and friendly tone. She can most recently be heard on "Sketch, Please!" Podcast Adventures. She has recorded several online comedy shows with Milk Bottle Productions, and works in theatre and film regularly. She played the legendary Irish folk singer Margaret Barry in She Moved Through the Fair: The Legend of Margaret Barry at UK Folk Festivals in the summer, and hopes to reprise the role next year.
Niamh is a London based Irish actress hailing from a small town in Northern Ireland. She began formal training in acting for film at the New York Film Academy. Since graduating, she has worked in all areas across the industry. She's had a lead role Casualty, performed Brothers Grimm radio plays with the Wireless Theatre Company and had supporting roles in independent films. She's also had extensive experience in medical and corporate roleplay and has a huge love for radio plays and podcasts.
Kaj is Irish and has a unique, deep and rich tone. His commanding and charming voice is also warm and affable. Interestingly, he grew up in Luxembourg speaking French and German before living in Dublin. Now settled in London, his diverse background has shaped him into a versatile and engaging performer!
Christina is from Southern Ireland and trained at The Oxford School of Drama. She's worked in TV, film and theatre and her new TV show 'Milly and Claire' will air in May. She previously played Virginia Woolf in Downton Abbey and Laura in Irish TV drama, Belonging to Laura (which was nominated for TV Now award and IFTA).
Originally from Belfast, Gerard has worked extensively as a voiceover artist in TV & Cinematic film, Radio adverts, Cartoons, Corporate, Talking Books and interactive games.
Gerard has a rich melodic Northern Irish accent, however most of his work has been using other UK, European and American accents. One of Gerard's favourite jobs was the cartoon series 'Jakers, The Adventures of Piggly Winks' BBC/Entara, In which he voiced 14 different characters using a variety of UK and International accents.
Whatever the product Gerard's wide range will cover it from the more dramatic to high comedy!