Ben is the current male VO for all three Kiss stations (Kiss, Kisstory and Kiss Fresh) and is also on the Nordic versions of these stations in Norway and Finland. Additional work includes commercials for Thorpe Park, Spotify, Choice FM, Xfm, Heart and Galaxy.
As drive-time presenter on national radio station Fun Kids, Bex is used to being in front of a microphone! Bex is a confident performer, having had experience of hosting onstage to 10,000 people at British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park, and presenting awards at the Children’s Baftas. She knows how to make audio content sound both exciting and engaging, and can be heard on many adverts for books, apps and toys! Originally from the north-east but now based in London, her tone is friendly, bright and upbeat.
Paola is a trained actress with a neutral Italian accent. Her voice is clear, friendly, lively and upbeat and she also has her own studio in London. Recent voiceover work for TV includes: Candy Crush Saga, Cougar Town and Pet Rescue Saga.
Ben is originally from Dublin and trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London. Since graduating in 2007, Ben has had a diverse career in theatre, film and
television. Ben is also a vocalist with The Voice of Ireland’s house band and has performed on all four series to date on RTE.
Ben has worked extensively as a session singer on various albums and recordings. He has an excellent ear for all Irish accents and takes great pride in being a fluent Irish language speaker (Gaeilge).
Liliana is a professional actress, singer and author with a degree in theatre cinema and new media at "La Sapienza" University of Rome. She is the voice of "topo tip", a very famous main character of some tales for children, published by "Giunti" publishing house. On top of that Liliana work as an italian phonetic teacher. In the next months she will debut in London with a performance for kids called "Sharifa's dream" an original story written by herself.
Carmen is a fresh talent in the voiceover industry, with training from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is currently working as a professional actress in Glasgow. Fluent in both English and Norwegian, she has credits in various film and voiceover projects in Norway as well as in the UK. She is currently involved in a theatre tour, several stage productions and a film project.
Radhika is an experienced presenter and VO artist with her own professional home studio. She is a born and bred Londoner, with a naturally warm and upbeat tone. On screen, she has had roles in Casualty (BBC), New Tricks (BBC) and Second Generation (Channel 4) and soon to be released film The Childen Act (BBC/Canal+). She has voiced for Electronic Arts, BBC, Halifax, Microsoft, PWC, Vodaphone, Reliance, NHS and Barnados. Radhika read PPE at Magdalen College, Oxford where she presented the university radio breakfast show. Alongside work, Radhika loves travelling, music and maths. She has travelled extensively in India, The Americas, Papua New Guinea and has lived in Spain. She plays drums with her band and can solve a rubik's cube in under 5 minutes.
Rebecca recently finished appearing in Eastenders where she played the character Tosh from January to December 2014. Before that her credits include the National, Tricycle and Soho theatres, BBC's Death in Paradise and comedy for BBC3. Rebecca trained at RADA.