Bob is a voice artist that hails from Philadelphia but now based in London and has a neutral east cost American accent. He has a style that is warm, rich and engaging, compassionate, gentle and sincere. A great voice for narrations. He has experience doing corporate narrations, films, commercials and TV for a wide range of clients including ITV, General Electric, GSK, PWC, filmmakers, ad agencies, educational service firms and localisation recording studios. He recently was a featured voice artist on the BBC Radio 4 audiobook programs The Imperative Mood and The Interrogative Mood.
Tim’s voice is RP with the slightest hint of Northern, revealing his Nottingham roots. His voice is friendly, engaging and genuine with a natural delivery perfect for narration and corporate work. He can perform between smooth, intimate lows and bright conversational tones and delivers a natural read. Working regularly in London studios, he has trained with Alan Dedicoat (the voice of the BBC) and the well established Swedish artist Annika Zajac, and has gone on to perform a range of works from corporate videos to audiobooks.
Cool and calm or suave and spirited, Paul carries a youthful, assured voice with a distinctive weight. Find that mix of clear, authoritative delivery with a character and colour to both engage and inform your audience. Paul’s suppleness draws from a decade of performance for factual programming, radio drama, theatre, animation, and games.
Carla has a naturally versatile, rich, warm, smooth, interesting, bright voice for a wide variety of productions... from an engaging narration to lively commercials and travel guides. She has recorded audio books in Portugal, produced e-learning programmes and role plays for various companies in UK and USA. Trained as a teacher and examiner, Carla is a voice artist for examination boards in UK.
Simon's crystal clear rich tones have been used to front TV and radio campaigns for Sony, Virgin, PlayStation, The Times, Dell, BT, Toyota and Volkswagen, among others. He's also worked as a documentary narrator for most of the major British TV channels. Simon has clocked up over 300 hours of studio experience - commercial, corporate, idents, you name it - and is renowned for his cold-read skills. If you're looking for wry, authoritative, neutral or smooth, Simon's your man.
Liam's been recording voiceovers and audio for over 20 years making him one of the most popular Irish voice overs.
Every professional creative producer knows that no amount of marketing, equipment or gimmicks will ever equal experience and Liam promises quality, expertise and professionalism every time.
Vocal flexibility, superb range, premium voice quality, a passion for voice acting and many years of experience means Liam's crisp clear voice will make your audio production stand out from the competition whether its a hard, soft, corporate or character read.
With a voice beyond his years, Jack has a deep rich voice which allows him to deliver any script with gravitas. It may therefore come as no surprise that he's currently working on a film where he plays a Roman centurion! When not on the stage or behind a microphone, Jack is working on a whole host of computer games which he has in development and was recently one of the characters in the game Assassin's Creed.
With a string of clients under his belt, including Red Bull, Just For Men 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!)
Chris has a powerful and distinctive voice which adds weight and edge to any campaign.
As a presenter, you can hear Chris on Absolute Radio and every weekday afternoon on Absolute Radio 60s. He's also presents the breakfast show for London DAB station Amazing Radio and when he's not doing all of that, can be seen behind the wheels of steel DJing nightclubs up and down the country.
Where he finds the time to sleep, we have no idea..