Sini Manner

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.

Chris Cocoran

Chris has a warm, engaging voice with innate authority which is ideal for commercials, narration and corporate work. He has provided commentary for several science-themed educational films for GSK and BP and has done ADR work for the feature films ‘Hysteria’ and ‘Belle’. A highly experienced and inventive character actor with bags of charisma, Chris deftly animates scripts with his naturally versatile and expressive voice. Originally from Birmingham, he has a natural RP accent but can transform vocally to cover most regional dialects too. Chris was a long-term member of award-winning Kaos Theatre with whom he worked internationally for over 12 years. When not doing voice work, Chris spends his time presenting and facilitating education and training events.

Jonathan Clays

Friendly, natural, authoritative yet believable or with a bucket load of irony if you need, Jonathan's been the voice of countless corporate films, TV & radio ads and as a TV and in-flight continuity announcer. JC's also been the voice of many primetime ITV shows including Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm a celebrity. Oh, looking for a great footy commentator read? You've just found your man. My word, he's simply unstoppable!

Kaj O’Sullivan

Kaj is Irish and has a unique, deep and rich tone. His commanding and charming voice is also warm and affable. Interestingly, he grew up in Luxembourg speaking French and German before living in Dublin. Now settled in London, his diverse background has shaped him into a versatile and engaging performer!

Tim Loudon

Tim’s voice is RP with the slightest hint of Northern, betraying his Nottingham roots. His voice is friendly, engaging and genuine with deep tones and a natural delivery perfect for narration and corporate. Tim trained with Alan Dedicoat (the voice of the BBC) and works for a diverse client base - finance, radio, e-learning and commercial. He can perform between smooth, intimate lows and bright conversational tones and delivers a natural read.

Nick Sampson

Nick has worked extensively at The National Theatre (some fourteen productions over the years) and has also worked on Radio 4 and Radio 3. He's just finished filming "Apple Tree Yard" for Kudos/BBC, and will be appearing in "Ross" at Chichester with Joseph Fiennes in June. Recent voice work includes a promo for "NT Live" for cinemas and a newsreader for "Our Kind of Traitor" plus some ADR work for "Grimsby".

Imoje Aikhoje

Imoje was born and raised in Northwest London and for the last 5 years has been working as an editor and cameraman. Being behind the camera had always been his goal but after working in voice acting he found a new passion. Imoje has a naturally deep voice which has been described as warm, resonant and memorable and can range between smooth and deep to a more playful and neutral tone.

Atli Gunnarsson

Atli was born in Iceland and raised in Norway. He is fluent in English, Icelandic and Norwegian and comfortable working in all three. He has an assured, charming and versatile voice. Recent work includes easyJet's Icelandic in-flight announcements, Icelandic ADR for John Michael McDonagh's War on Everyone, Norwegian ADR for the History Channel's Vikings and BBC Two's The Last Kingdom. Later this year he will feature in ITV's Thunderbirds Are Go as a snooty hot springs resort concierge.

Lucy Hassan

Lucy is a very experienced British Hindi VO, with bags of television and corporate credits to her name. When not behind the microphone, she's can be found behind a drum kit - and has also played volleyball to to National League Standard!

Gerard Ban-Lavery

Originally from Belfast, Gerard has worked extensively as a voiceover artist in TV & Cinematic film, Radio adverts, Cartoons, Corporate, Talking Books and interactive games. Gerard has a rich melodic Northern Irish accent, however most of his work has been using other UK, European and American accents. One of Gerard's favourite jobs was the cartoon series 'Jakers, The Adventures of Piggly Winks' BBC/Entara, In which he voiced 14 different characters using a variety of UK and International accents. Whatever the product Gerard's wide range will cover it from the more dramatic to high comedy!