Darren has been broadcasting since his teens, and has since 1990 been heard regularly on market leading radio stations around the UK. He began his career at Moray Firth Radio in his native Inverness, presented Radio Forth's breakfast show in Edinburgh for many years, and now hosts LBC's weekday early morning show across the UK from London's Leicester Square. He's also an accomplished voice over artist with over two decades experience; his clear, cultured, neutral yet warm Scottish voice appearing on national radio, TV and cinema campaigns for the likes of USC, Setanta Sports, City Of Edinburgh Council and The Scottish Government, as well as on corporate video material for the likes of Morgan Stanley. He looks forward to helping bring your next project to life.
Originally from the peaceful Aberdeenshire countryside Rebecca has a soothing, melodic and light quality to her voice perfectly reflecting her roots. An experienced voiceover artist and actress who trained at The East 15 Acting School. Rebecca is an ideal voice for a soft sell. She’s highly adaptable and has voiced a variety of projects for television, including E4’s Party House, Feature Film ADR and Corporate.
A neutral Scots accent, with a fresh and lively persuasion, Steve's engaging Scottish lilt brings sincerity and life to any project. Steve has many years of top industry experience, voicing TV and radio commercials; station imaging; educational, corporate and event material for producers all over the UK.
Blanche Anderson is a female Scottish voiceover artist living in London.
Her voice is warm, husky, young and engaging. Blanche has worked for some great clients over the years from Virgin Atlantic to Specsavers, The BBC to The Royal Bank of Scotland and KPMG to TalkTalk. You may have come across Blanche's voice on TV, Radio, Spotify or on a work training day - and yes, that's her voice guiding you to 'Cashier number 1' in Lidl around Scotland too.
Born in rural Scotland, Duncan has a soft Scottish accent with a warm and tuneful lilt. Previous voiceover credits include the feature film “You Instead”, a Channel 4 short film, and even voicing a cute (but cheeky) alien in the smartphone game “Save Looma”.
Duncan’s voice carries a youthful energy that is both engaging and sincere.
Kirsten grew up in Paris to Scottish parents and sounds as authentic in French as she does in Scots! She's worked with theatre directors Max Stafford-Clark, Richard Eyre, Irina Brown, Jonathan Kent and rising-star stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe (Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You, QI) and is currently appearing in Channel 4's 'The Shooting Gallery', in the multi-award-winning short film 'The Boy with a Camera for a Face' narrated by Steven Berkoff.
Alison is an accomplished voice artist with a light, cultured Scottish accent. Trained personally by the Head of Speech and Drama at The Royal Scottish Academy of Speech and Drama, for more than 20 years Alison has promoted a myriad of quality brands including NHS, Porcelanosa and Police Scotland.
Clear, natural, friendly and sincere with a rich, warm undertone, Alison is equally at ease voicing all kinds of work including TV and radio commercials and promotions, corporate narrations, telephone IVR systems and announcements.
Alanah is originally from the North East of Scotland. She has a naturally young bubbly voice with a lovely soft accent. Alanah is a trained actress now based in London. Since graduating she has been working in theatre across the UK and Spain specialising in Children's theatre. Alanah brings bags of enthusiasm and creativity to any project. Along with her own friendly Scottish voice, Alanah has a real flair for accents and character voices.
Tamara Kennedy is a highly experienced voiceover artist, television announcer and actor.
As an actress she has enjoyed a happy and varied career on stage, radio and television. As a voiceover artist she records material on a regular basis for everything from frothy radio commercials, to informative e-learning programmes, podcasts and TV documentaries.
Gerry McLaughlin is a core cast member of BBC Scotland sketch comedies 'Burnistoun' and 'Only An Excuse?'. In theatre he has worked with The National Theatre of Scotland and The Lowry. Other TV credits include 'The Crash' 'Shameless' 'The Accused' 'Badults' 'River City'. Being a Glasgow native, but raised in the North West and South of England has been a key factor in his ability with accents, while years singing in blues and rock bands have attributed to his warm gravelly vocal.