Marinella is a trained Italian actress, singer and a voiceover artist based in London. Her voice ranges from warm, sexy and soothing to upbeat, quirky and comical. Her work includes both acting and singing. Member of the equity choir she has sung at the Royal Albert Hall and she has played the part of Sophia the singer in Red Lanterns at the Pentameters theatre directed by Sir Timothy Ackroyd: singing in Greek and Italian. She also had outstanding reviews for her theatre and singing performances in Time Out , What’s On and The Stage.
Originally from Bulgaria, Martin has a warm, friendly and somewhat soothing voice enriched with a soft
Mediterranean accent ideal for commercials, narration and corporate work. Fluent in Bulgarian, English,
Italian and Russian and comfortable working in all four, Martin can transform his voice to meet your
requirements. He trained at Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) and since then he is honing a
versatile voice, capable of working with a plethora of European accents allowing him to create some
crazy, larger than life, quirky characters for animation and film. Martin has experience in Narrating and
Dubbing in Bulgarian and has also worked as a voice over artist for several Short Films, Independent
Radio Projects and E-Learning Companies in the UK.
Amy is a trained actor who graduated from Manchester School of Theatre. Her TV credits include BBC’s doctors and ITV’s Tina and Bobby. With her natural Blackpool accent which is fun, friendly and energetic, she can bring any script instantly to life! Her bright and enthusiastic tone is engaging and warm. Having worked in the Blackpool tourist industry and exposed to different accents, she has a real passion for playing comedy characters and performing a variety of different voices and accents! Amy is fun to work with and can take direction well.
Gillian Horgan is from Cork, Ireland, and trained at Drama Studio London. She has a warm and engaging voice, with a bright and friendly tone. She can most recently be heard on "Sketch, Please!" Podcast Adventures. She has recorded several online comedy shows with Milk Bottle Productions, and works in theatre and film regularly. She played the legendary Irish folk singer Margaret Barry in She Moved Through the Fair: The Legend of Margaret Barry at UK Folk Festivals in the summer, and hopes to reprise the role next year.
Aimee has a warm, intelligent and friendly voice with the ability to bring energy and enthusiasm to your script. Her clients include Google, Bayer, Utilita, YouTube and VMware. Having a home studio enables her to work on a remote basis for fast turnarounds.
Vera was born in Moscow and is a native Russian speaker. Her voice is clear, confident, engaging, warm and versatile. Vera’s voice can work across a wide range: for corporate messages, educational infomercials, lifestyle commercials and audio books. Vera also speaks accented English that draws the listener, not unlike that of a female Russian character in a Bond movie! Vera has an on-screen television and journalism background: she worked as a presenter for Russia’s Channel One network and as a TV reporter/producer for the Reuters news agency in Moscow, where she produced lifestyle reports in Russian. Vera has lived in London since 2008. She has pursued her interest in television and the performing arts by producing video stories on the Royal Ballet for Reuters’ Showbiz team.
Katharina is a native German actress and voice over artist with a masters in Physical
theatre. After living and working in Austria, Germany, Poland and Turkey Katharina
moved to London. She is the German voice of several audioguides in Istanbul and one of
the German voices of the Les Mills female characters. Katharina is able to transform her
strong and pleasantly warm sounding voice into lively cartoon
characters and children's voices. She can play with a range of accents from standard
German to Austrian dialects. She is also experienced in dubbing characters into German.
Katharina’s foreign languages are English, Turkish, French and Italian.
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.
Russ grew up in Cumbria in the North of England and is now based in London. He trained as a broadcast journalist and has professional experience as a radio newsreader. For more than 15 years he’s worked behind the scenes in factual TV as a Producer where he’s written 100s of voiceover scripts. A few years ago he took to the stage as a stand-up comedian gigging all over the UK and reaching the finals of a number of national competitions including the BBC New Comedy Award. His voice has been described as ‘masculine and warm with a cheeky edge’. While he’s great at accents, his native accent is soft Cumbrian.