Raphael Zari is an Iranian / German actor with a positive and assured voice. He studied
Acting both at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as well as the University of Arts in Berlin.
He was born and raised in Germany to a German mother and an Iranian father, which
enables him to do a range of German and Middle Eastern accents. He has past experience in
Dubbing as well as Translating.
Trained in the South of France (where he is originally from) since a very young age, Ian has perfected his training in London at the Identity School and is part of "Exchange Theatre", the first French Drama Company in the U.K. Ian works in Theatre, Movies, Commercials and Voice-Over in his native tongue and in English.
Asheq Akhtar is a dramatic and comedic actor known for his improvisation skills and natural delivery. After making his debut appearance Gillian Wearing's feature film, 'Self Made, Variety Magazine cited him an 'obvious natural talent,' which convinced him to take up acting full time. He then continued with a career in acting with appearances in popular film and TV shows such as Sherlock, Patrick Melrose, Man Like Mobeen and Doctors. He appeared alongside Riz Ahmed and Tom Hiddleston in the award-winning short film 'Out of darkness', and went on to act as lead in Channel 4's dystopian, futuristic short film, 'Benefits'. Though also known for his distinctive appearance and characterful performances, he also utilises a diverse set of accents including variations on the Midlands accents, Indian dialect and his own neutral voice amongst others.
Adam Scott Pringle is from a small town in the west of Scotland called Girvan.
A graduate from The London School of Musical Theatre & trained in Classical Music in Edinburgh, Adam has a wide range of credits: BlueBird (The Space); NewsRevue (Canal Cafe/Underbelly); Lead Vocalist for P&O Cruises & Rhythm Of The Dance & has appeared in There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis (Upstairs at the Gatehouse & Edinburgh Fringe); Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens (Edinburgh Fringe); Stand & Deliver (Kings Head Theatre); Rumpy Pumpy (The Landor); ISM (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); The Doris Day Story (Workshop); Narrator in Flints App (Commercial).
Adam Ashton is an actor and voice over artist based in London.
Since graduating from drama school a few years ago Adam has gone on to work on many different projects, from stage and screen to voice over work.
When not working Adam enjoys playing the piano as well as surfing.
Pierre Elliott is a native french actor who has lived in England for 7 years. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has appeared in several radio plays such as « Road to Lautrec » directed by Jane Morgan and as a young Belgian soldier in five seasons of the serie « Homefront » directed by Jessica Dromgoole , both broadcasted on BBC4 Radio.
His voice is young, warm and clear, his accent is very flexible, from good RP to thick french. Pierre Elliott is fluent in both English and French.
Having grown up with English & Swiss parents in Switzerland, been educated at the Lecoq School in Paris and travelled the world with his theatre company, Simon is the definition of international. His RP accent and warm, affable voice is perfect for any work that requires a friendly, reassuring quality. Shifting effortlessly between characters and countries he has the ability to make any story come alive. He speaks fluent French and has even been know to rap, sing and beatbox! All this as well as being an award winning physical comedian and writer makes Simon the perfect partner in all vocal and dramatic needs.
Michael is an American actor and voiceover known for the professional, sincere, and relaxed tone he brings to any project. An experienced performer on stage and screen, he draws upon his conservatory training, including an MA in Acting for Screen from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He’s able to provide an array of characterizations and accents, including authentic Russian, having grown up in a Russian-speaking household; British standard/Received Pronunciation; and a plethora of American regionalisms.
William grew up in a small town in Arkansas in the southern United States. After 4 years in the US Army, William moved to the UK where he has been a professional actor for many years. He’s worked in just about every medium out there. If he’s not on location for film or TV, he’s touring the UK and breaking Guinness World Records with the Reduced Shakespeare Company. At the time of this writing, William can be seen in the upcoming Sky pilot “Living in Fear”, as well as supplying voice and motion capture to the character Miles Eckhart, mission giver in the star-studded, anxiously awaited game “Squadron 42”. He’s currently voicing a character on several episodes of the latest season of “The Corrupted” on BBC Radio 4. His rich, warm voice conveys trustworthiness and sincerity but with a sense of fun. But he also enjoys character work which encompasses every personality and emotion.
Tucker is an actor and voice over artist who hails from the snowy wastes of Ontario, Canada. With a natural accent somewhere between American and Canadian standard, he is a versatile performer with a range of tones and qualities. From engaging warmth and calm authority, through to cool and into darker and more brooding shades, Tucker brings his years of actor training to bear to deliver the best results possible. He is also an avid bookworm, a dabbler in the dark art of the banjo, and supplements his income busking on the street and playing in the odd band.