Kath is a young (ish) actress and voice over artist from Swansea. She has a warm, homely voice with great comedy timing. Her natural accent is South Wales however she can loose the Welsh, exaggerate it and can dip into other accents too. She has treaded the boards extensively throughout Wales in a variety of productions from classical, comedy, new writing even a pantomime (oh yes she did) She has also performed in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Kath has appeared in TV roles with small features including Crimewatch and Three Girls for the BBC . Kath was a Norman Beaton 2017 winner spending 5 months as part of the BBC Radio Drama Department. She played various roles in a wide range of dramas including Sian in The Archers, Gaynor and Gladys in The Citadel and Ellen in Heartstone. Kath has also recorded the narration for Auntie Biotic, a character created to promote the correct administration of antibiotics, as well as voicing Jill Valentine in a radio adaptaion of Resident Evil.
Guy hails from Llanelli, South Wales and has a wealth of stage experience, having appeared in the West End, National Theatre and Regent’s Park amongst many others. He is also a firm favourite in the advertising world, being the face of such brands as Birdseye, Walkers, Tassimo and Eve Mattresses!
Guy’s background in classical theatre along with his warm, Welsh lilt make him a great choice for any advertising campaign or documentary narration.
Natasha is a London based actress, voice over artist and comic writer. Trained at Drama Studio London, she was once given the title role of King Duncan in Macbeth. Quite the fitting role. Most recently, she has been part of the SH**FACED SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION of "A Mid Summer Nights Dream" at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Vocally, Natasha has a contemporary, animated sound with a natural ability to bring any script to life, seriously. . it's true. She has just voiced the online and spotify campaign for very.co.uk
Leah, originally from South Wales, recently graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts with a first class honours degree. She is now a working actress in London and has a bubbly, youthful tone with a tuneful Welsh accent.
Charlotte has done a variety of voice over work including a series of Welsh language-learner CD’s, ADR for feature films, radio commercials, theme parks, theatres and animation...and she was also finalist in the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship 2015 for Radio Drama.
Her credits so far include the multi-award and BAFTA winning HINTERLAND (BBC FOUR), the fourth series of BAFTA winning GWAITH/CARTREF (Home/Work, Fiction Factory), the second series of BAFTA winning ALYS (Apollo TV), DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (Hackney Empire), NO.5 CWMDONKIN DRIVE (Welsh Fargo Stage Company, UK Tour).
Rachel is a Welsh actress and has extensive experience within radio, theatre, film and television. She's recently been working for ITV studios with Ant and Dec, Holly Willoughby and Blue playing the lead role of Annabel in Ant and Dec’s Undercover for Saturday night takeaway. Furthermore, she's just finished filming the leading role of Kristen Matthews in the feature film “The Valley of The Witch” for UK and USA distribution and along with these current roles, she was also cast as the regular character Maxine in the BBC radio soap Silver Street and has completed various voice overs for companies such as Barclays and Interactive Investor for Sky and Bloomberg. Busy, no?!
Ffion graduated with a Bmus(hons) from Goldsmiths College and has worked as an actress, voice over artist, singer and musician since she was 14. She has a deep, husky, authoritative voice and soothing at the same time. She is fluent in English and Welsh and has worked for the BBC, CH5, S4C, COI and numerous independent TV companies. Her TV credits include A Mind to Kill, Doctors, Torchwood and Pobol Y Cwm. She also works as a singer with her own band as well as being a session singer. She toured with the multi platinum album group The Soldiers and recorded vocals on the current Chris de Burgh album. She has also just completed her first solo album Never.
Alys is a London based actress and voice over artist originally from South Wales and is currently performing in West End award-winning hit The Play That Goes Wrong. She can deliver a broad range from a silvery RP to a lively southern Welsh. She recorded a 10 part series for Fun Kids radio and voiced the memos of famous suffragette Alice Hawkins, used for research with the BBC. She works consistently in theatre and filmed the Eastenders Christmas special episode last year. She is a confident singer as well, having sung in venues ranging from the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall to BBC's the One Show.
Carla grew up in Bridgend, South Wales. With an innate passion for creating and inventing characters, she followed her heart to drama school - firstly the Italia Conti Academy and then onto Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Since graduating, her work has varied from fringe musicals including Ivor Novello's "Valley of Song" at The Finborough, to a true to life drama "The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies" on ITV.
Tom trained at Rose Bruford College in London. His voice is warm, engaging with native North Wales within his range too! Tom has an extensive C.V. with a broad range of theatre and television credits to his name, working for companies including the BBC, S4C and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru (Welsh National Theatre) amongst others.