Pierre Maubouche

Pierre Maubouché is a native French voiceover with more than 20 years experience and one of the industry's leading French talents. In his portfolio: continuity voice of Discovery and ESPN, voice of Wuaki TV, promo voice of MTV, National Geographic, Bloomberg, Cartoon Network, member of the voice pool for the NRJ radio network (NRJ, Nostalgie, Chérie FM) and many, many French TV commercials. Thanks to being bilingual with an French accent (from very subtle to verrry strrrong), he is also the voice of quite few UK TV spots, and a handful of global campaigns such as the famed Dolce & Gabbana commercial. His voice ranges from deep, manly, rich, authoritative, convincing, to warm caring genuine, gentle, engaging and from sexy, velvety, smooth, softly spoken, suave, current, trendy to smokey, husky, raspy, gritty, tough and rough. His commercial client list includes Renault, Apple, Axe, McDonald's, Kikkoman, Nike, Dolce&Gabbana, Le Rustique, Versace, Canon, Stella Artois, Honda, Dell, Signal, Total… He has also voiced countless video games, trailers, web promos, corporate videos, explainers, etc.

Xavier Paul

An accomplished actor and on air host for SyFy Channel, Xavier Paul can be seen this autumn in the highly anticipated HBO series "Crime", starring John Tuturro. In the voiceover arena he's known for several roles in the highly popular video games Grand Theft Auto V (2013), Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) and Conflict: Vietnam (2004). His deep, full, edgy and versatile voice draws you in and holds your attention.

Alexander Mercury

Alexander was born in Siberia but spent all his adult life in London were he resides presently. He trained as an actor at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, 2002-2006) and went on to work on various theatre, TV, independent and Hollywood film productions including The Royal Court Theatre, Nuffield Theatre (Southampton), BBC, Channel 4, New Line Cinema, Paramount (World War Z, Jack Ryan), Dark Sky Films and a number of Russian TV channels. He recently finished filming “Occupied”, a political thriller set in Norway and is currently filming “Londongrad”, a TV sitcom for a leading Russian entertainment channel, STS.

Mateo Rufino

Originally from Spain, Mateo Rufino trained at Cristina Rota Drama School in Madrid. After filming more than a dozen short films, he made his first steps in cinema with Nestor F. Dennis in "Crisis". Since moving to London he further trained at the Actors Temple with Gary Condes and later continued to train independently with Tom Radcliffe. Recent credits include the BBC series "The Musketeers" and feature films The Spoiler (Katharine Collins), The Hunter's Prayer (Jonathan Mostow) and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (Christopher McQuarrie). His theatre credits include the musical The Plagues Of Egypt (Nono Gándara), the staged reading of Olvida Los Tambores with Jorge de Juan and The Spanish Theatre Company in London, and Rock Paper Scissors (Olga Nikora), directed by Kate Bannister.

Paul Monaghan

Paul is from Dublin but now lives in London. He's starred in many theatre productions and appeared regularly on RTÉ (television and radio) and In the West End ("Les Miserables", "The Phantom of the Opera", “Cats” and created the role of Mr Carney in “A Man Of No Importance”). Other work includes “Sweeney Todd”, “Follies”, “Juno And ThePaycock”, “The Field” and “The Crucible”. He played the Bishop in "10th Anniversary of Les Miserables" (Royal Albert Hall, DVD, Worldwide TV,). He has appeared at the O2, and at the Royal Albert Hall in the “25th Anniversary of “The Phantom Of The Opera”. He recorded the soundtrack for the movie “Les Miserables” and has just wrapped the feature movie “Rough And Ready” playing the leading role of Richard Cross for Howitzer Films Ltd. Interesting fact: Colin Farrell is his nephew.

Eirik Bar

Eirik is a classically trained actor, born in Germany and educated in the UK, he speaks both English and German to a native standard. His sonorous voice has charmed many a listener in the UK and on the continent; in commercials, dramatic narration, re-dubbing, ADR or corporate recordings. He is often employed for multi-language projects to do both the English and German versions. He also knows that the most integral part to a successful recording session is a fine and dunk-able biscuit, of which he usually has a packet in his bag.

Duncan Carter

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.

Christian Vit

Christian Vit is an experienced, confident and versatile Italian native actor and voiceover artist, based in London. He is fluent in English, French and Spanish and he can also provide a range of italian accents and dialects. He speaks standard italian without an accent and his vocal tone is warm, smooth, institutional, captivating and can range from 20 to 40 years old. He trained at the Centro Teatro Attivo in Milan and he has a bachelor in Public Relations from IULM University. He has made numerous appearances in Television, film, commercial and theatre and his previous voice work includes various application such as TV and Radio commercials, TV and film dubbing, audio books, readings, corporate and multimedia presentations. Some clients using his voice include: Italian Mucosolvan, Italian Telecom, Unicredit, Finish, Spray Pan, Allianz, Lavazza, Gimi, Hoover, Calgon, Honda.

Robert Dukes

A London based actor, experienced in film, stage and radio drama, Robert brings a sense of fun and professionalism to his work that clients love. His training began under the direction of Andy Jordan at Lincoln School of Performing Arts, graduating with a BA Hons in Drama. Since then he continued training in London and LA with sought after American Coach, Bernard Hiller. His most recent work with his own film company, “Flight of Fancy Films”, won “Best Film” at “Shakespeare on Film 2014” judged by Kenneth Branagh, Kate Fleetwood, Jason Wingrove and Rupert Goold.

Paul Golliker

Paul Golliker is a male, Northern voiceover based in London. Depending on the nature of your project his northern tones can be delivered to add warmth, punch, sincerity or sexiness. Paul has bags of experience with credits including TV and radio commercials, promos, narration, station imaging and on-hold audio. Paul’s recent clients include MTV, BBC, Gaviscon, Red Bull, Lynx and Bench. He is based in London but available on ISDN and can travel to sessions – even those outside of Soho!