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.
Emily is a professional actress originally from Birmingham, now based in London, after graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. She has a neutral voice with a slight hint of the Midlands, giving her a friendly and approachable tone. Her youthful enthusiasm and boundless energy makes her appealing to a younger audience. She has a particular flair for accents, moving from a clear RP to a thick Black Country accent with ease!
Rob is a down-to-earth Northern voice, with bags of character.
His favourite voiceover gig thus far has been with Catalyst Media, where he recorded a short play called 'The Good, The Bat and The Ugly: Gotham MCU' and can also be heard on recent commercials for Mitsubishi.
Marie is an experienced Northern FVO with her own ISDN studio. She has a characterful sound and is also great at straight reads. She has voiced TV and radio commercials, e-learning modules, corporate presentations and website narratives.
She works with numerous production companies and ILR’s. Her previous clients include the NHS, Vernon’s Bingo, Chit Chat Bingo and Provide Insurance. Production companies include Absolute Media, Matinai Animations, VTR North, Realtime UK, The Media Trust, Edvantage Group, UKRD, the Life Channel, Bauer Media, Brickwall Films, Pace Media, Global Radio and many more.
Linda is an experienced stage, film, TV and voice artist. Her voice credits include the radio dramatisation of Lynn Ruth Miller's autobiography How Life Begins in which Linda played Lynn, Ruth's elderly Rumanian grannie, her Japanese friend Toshimi, her posh English friend Columba and her American teacher, plus other minor roles. Other radio drama includes CERN: uNclear Physics, in which she played the station tannoy and the cynical journalist Kate Savage, and various roles in The Chronicles of Banania, a series of short plays broadcast on Resonance FM over several weeks, for HuRica Productions. She also played the caring neighbour Sheila Smith in Turning the Tide for Wireless Theatre Company. Linda worked as a physicist before becoming an actor and has recorded voice tapes for scientific experiments as well as engineering exam papers for sightdisabled students. She's also recorded voiceover for short films, including ADR. She reads poetry and stories, her latest being the Russian character Radha Mila in the short story Do Not Send Help by Anna Clair, recorded live at this year's first ever European LitCrawl for Liars' League.
Sarah is a young versatile actress from Lancashire. Her voice is young, clear and engaging bringing enthusiasm, imagination and intelligence to her voice work. She trained in France with people from all over the world and therefore has an extensive range of accents. Sarah is a passionate actor with experience and love for Shakespeare and Classical theatre. Her voice work includes poetry reading for an art gallery, a beautifully shot Norwegian commercial and most recently IAM CLOUD for Microsoft.
A native North Londoner whose family hail from Bolton, Tessa is a chatty, down-to-earth voice who can swap between varying degrees of Standard/RP and North London, to full on Northern! Tessa is great fun to work with and her passion in voice work is audio books and radio drama, where she can really stretch her legs with her character voices!
After leaving University with a media production degree, Simon was keen to kick start a career in broadcasting. His first job was traffic and travel reporter for BBC local radio in Manchester where he also did a stint producing the drive-time show. From there his flair for production led him into commercial radio, producing and voicing station idents for Juice fm in Liverpool and then setting up the creative commercial production hub for Forever Broadcasting. The demand for Simon's voice grew and in 2010 Simon made the leap to full time voice artist, securing many successes including Vimto TV commercials and national radio advertising campaigns (he's currently the voice of Myprotein.com on Sky Sports and Muc-off for ITV). Simon is a very versatile talent but is popular with youth brands and anybody wanting to give their sound that cool and smooth edge, he's native Mancunian but can adapt well to a neutral style. When he's away from the studio Simon enjoys running, cycling, theatre and is actively involved with animal charities (which is good, as our mascot is an animal...).
With a string of clients under his belt, including Red Bull, Just For Men, Mitsubishi and Audible, Adam is one of LVOs most booked voices. From Sheffield, his voice is deep and rich and seems to have gravitas way beyond his years!
When not behind a microphone, Adam can usually be found treading the boards in a Shakespeare play (of which, he is a self confessed aficionado!)