Gillian Horgan

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 McEnhill

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 O’Sullivan

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 Carty

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).

Gerard Ban-Lavery

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!

Neil Brennan

Neil Brennan is a radio journalist who's also lent his natural Irish accent to voiceovers for Sky, Coca Cola, Vodafone and RTÉ. He's now based in London but hails from Dublin originally.

Will Irvine

Will offers a warm, bright and intelligent read with the added charm of a gentle Irish brogue. His native Northern Irish tones have been softened by years spent in Dublin and London into a gentle neutral Irish accent, equally at home on both sides of the border. His warm, rich, reassuring voice has been used in Ireland by clients such as SsangYong, Diageo, Autotrader and Coca Cola. A classically trained actor who has performed everything from Shakespeare’s tragedies to contemporary comedies, he is comfortable with audio books, dramas and narration.

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"

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.

Paul Monaghan

Paul is from Dublin but now lives in London. He's starred in many theatre productions and appeared regularly on RTÉ (television and radio) and In the West End ("Les Miserables", "The Phantom of the Opera", “Cats” and created the role of Mr Carney in “A Man Of No Importance”). Other work includes “Sweeney Todd”, “Follies”, “Juno And ThePaycock”, “The Field” and “The Crucible”. He played the Bishop in "10th Anniversary of Les Miserables" (Royal Albert Hall, DVD, Worldwide TV,). He has appeared at the O2, and at the Royal Albert Hall in the “25th Anniversary of “The Phantom Of The Opera”. He recorded the soundtrack for the movie “Les Miserables” and has just wrapped the feature movie “Rough And Ready” playing the leading role of Richard Cross for Howitzer Films Ltd. Interesting fact: Colin Farrell is his nephew.