A native Londoner, Anna has a cool, current, intelligent voice. She has worked for BBC Radio 4, Sega, and Google. She is a seasoned theatre performer, having appeared at theatres around the country, from Shakespeare’s Globe to the Soho Theatre. If you need a lighthearted touch, Anna is also a comedian. You can hear her improvising on the upcoming BBC Radio 1 podcast BattleActs or as one half of acclaimed sketch duo EGG.
Rosalie's voice is warm with character.
Native French actress, she also speaks English Spanish and Italian and can easily take accents, and create original voices for cartoons or kids.
After more than 10 years working in the Film/Theatre industry in France/UK, her extensive experience ranges from : comedy&original plays, a one woman show, feature films, TV commercials, radio, audiobooks, voice-over, dubbing, voice documentaries and singing.
Rosalie is currently writing and developing her own projects for screen and stage.
Caroline is a French actress and voice over artist who regularly works between London and Paris.
She trained at the Conservatory of Lyon before moving to the UK in 2011 to pursue her acting career.
Caroline has worked on numerous projects with high-profile clients such as Carte d’Or, Made.com, Carven, Huaweï, Netflix, Star of Service and Amazon Prime.
In 2017, she was chosen to be the French voice of Amanda Seyfried’s character in the movie “The Last Word” (“Adorables ennemies” in French) as well as Stefanie Martini’s character in the ITV mini series Doctor Thorne.
Liat Hughes Joshi is a London-based freelance writer, media commentator and voice over. She has a [calm, authoritative voice with an RP accent and is in her 40s].
As an experienced media commentator, she appears regularly on Sky News and LBC, and has also featured on Good Morning Britain, Channel 5 News, ITV, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 and 5 and BBC regional radio stations.
She has written five books and contributed to many national and international publications ranging from The Daily Telegraph, The Sun, The Guardian and The Sunday Times to leading magazines and websites.
Nuno Veiga is a native Portuguese actor and sound designer based in London. Graduated in Theatre Studies, he has produced a diverse range of work for the National Theatre in Portugal, Edinburgh International Festival, The Young Vic, Soho Theatre, London College of Fashion, High Tide, Theatre Absolute and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Thomas relocated to London from the north east coast of Australia in early 2015 to pursue the performing arts. Having grown up in a regional part of Australia he is comfortable with varying Australian accents. He has recently worked on ‘Mamma Mia! Here I Go Again’ and ‘Paddington 2’ as well as a range of online and television commercials and dance projects. Thomas has a very warm, friendly and assured tone to his voice and due to his background in musical theatre feels comfortable portraying a range of different character accents and personalities.
Jamie's late father, Paul Harris, was a BBC news presenter and continuity announcer in the 1970's, and he was consequently hugely influenced by him.
His voice is deep, authoritative, soothing, and has an emphasis on RP. He also acts in his own short films, displaying a variety of voice styles and reading audiobooks, therefore, is a huge pleasure for him.
Jamie can bring life and colour to any job, however, be it corporate, instructional, educational or fictional.
Sini is a versatile Kiwi voiceover artist with 20 years studio experience in both the UK and NZ, where she was a presenter/producer in alternative and commercial radio.
She can rock a range of styles from dynamic energetic hard-sell and contemporary attitude to warm and smooth, or conversational for narration and eLearning. Her client list has been as diverse as nappies to in-flight and e-Learning modules; TV continuity, game campaigns and mobile providers, to Mediterranean dance stations. She’s quite miffed that she didn’t get to do a kittie voice for a recent catfood commercial.
Recently decamped to Brighton from London to fulfil her sea-swimming urges, she voices in Kiwi, neutral British, & character accents from London studios or home. She's also a photographer enjoying working on some more alternative portraits.
Becky has a wonderfully rich voice embracing the lower tones of an alto timbre. Original from Portsmouth and now based in London she trained at Central School of Speech and Drama. VoiceOver credits include BBC radio 4, BBC radio Solent and Richmond Theatre. She also has a wonderful flare for creating lifelike characters for story telling.