Dominic Weatherill

Dominic's warm, reassuring Northern sound works perfectly for commercial material. With a youthful hint to his tone he can easily relate to younger demographics and older alike. Born and raised in North Yorkshire, Dominic moved to London to further his acting career. He is a recent graduate of Drama Centre London.

Lewis Allcock

Lewis hails from Blackburn, Lancashire and trained at East 15 Acting School in London. Since leaving drama school, he has performed widely in theatre, with highlights including the Offie-Nominated Lord Dismiss Us (Above The Stag Theatre), Catnip (Arts Theatre West End), The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC Dell Theatre) and Tristram Shandy: Gentleman (Tabard Theatre). Lewis has also performed in award-winning independent films, a wide range of commercials and also corporate projects. His Lancashire accent is demonstrated in his reel.

Alex Marlow

From East Lancashire, Alex is an actor, performer and voice-over artist who brings positive energy and a grounded professionalism to the table that keeps clients and colleagues returning time and time again. Now London-based, he's been working on stage and screen from an early age in the North West & Manchester, and has recently been touring Europe - he shows no sign of slowing down! Catch him while you can!

George Godfrey

George has a natural, warm northern voice ideal for any campaign. His distinct Lancashire baritone means he is able to sound beyond his years - something which has appealed to an impressive roster of clients including Sky Sports, Tesco, Topman and Bauer Media. Balancing voice over with a career in radio, he made his break at just 21, joining Absolute Radio straight from University as their youngest ever presenter. He most recently hosted their weekend breakfast show.

Sophie Powles

Sophie has a bright and friendly voice with a soft northern accent. She can do a full range of northern and southern accents and has polished her RP. Sophie can so strong character voices with a good ear for accents and impersonations. Probably best known for playing "Holly Barton" in ITV Emmerdale. As well as leads in Britannia High, Dalziel and Pascoe and Holby City. Sophie has taken Lead roles in three No 1 UK theatre tours, all of which were in RP. She has also narrated multi award winning independent feature film "The Salt Trail" as well as various short films and other projects.

Russ Peers

Russ grew up in Cumbria in the North of England and is now based in London. He trained as a broadcast journalist and has professional experience as a radio newsreader. For more than 15 years he’s worked behind the scenes in factual TV as a Producer where he’s written 100s of voiceover scripts. A few years ago he took to the stage as a stand-up comedian gigging all over the UK and reaching the finals of a number of national competitions including the BBC New Comedy Award. His voice has been described as ‘masculine and warm with a cheeky edge’. While he’s great at accents, his native accent is soft Cumbrian.

Hannah Lee

Hannah's East Midlands lilt gives her voice a friendly, gently northern sound. Originally from Scunthorpe, she studied English at the University of Cambridge and then trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, so she can strengthen or soften her accent very naturally. Hannah's bright tone suits playful campaigns and her ease with academic language makes her a great choice for educational texts requiring a confident, accessible voice.

Natalie Jamieson

Natalie is a young, upbeat North-East voiceover artist. Her friendly and youthful voice suits a range of campaigns, and she has recently voiced "WHAT DO YOU SHAKESP'HEAR?", in which she recorded the 'Geordie versions' of famous Shakespeare quotes. She is also a talented actress, and has had roles in "I, Daniel Blake" and ITV's "Vera".

Mike Nicholson

Mike's voice has been heard on over thirty local, regional, networked and national radio stations across the UK since late 1990s. In the last few years he has increasingly been called upon to voice projects in overseas territories stretching from North America to the Far East, as well as the UK. He still keeps his hand in as a presenter, freelancing for stations owned by UKRD, Lincs FM Group and Bauer Media in the north of England and the East Midlands. Mike is currently based in the North-East.

Suzanne Procter

Suzanne is a genuine Rochdale lass now based in Brighton. She has had a varied career in Theatre, Film and TV. TV roles to date include Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Doctors, Brief Encounters, Cucumber, Jekyll, Blackpool and Inspector Lynley. She has a bright, warm, bubbly, friendly voice with a strong Rochdale accent but she also has a very good ear for most accents. Her voice work includes a recent British Red Cross radio ad, Corrupted for BBC Radio 4, Pass It On for BBC2, various audio CD's for Big Finish Productions including leads in Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel and the Tomorrow People.