Kelly Paterniti grew up in a small town in Australia where she studied acting at Curtin University. Kelly has been employed by the largest and most reputable theatre companies in Australia including Sydney Theatre Company and Bell Shakespeare company. She has acted in numerous feature films as well as popular television series Home and Away, Packed to the Rafters and Cops Lac. Kelly’s enthusiastic personality and versatility as a performer makes her an excellent, adaptable vocal artist, who takes direction easily and has willingness to try just about anything. She worked as a voice over artist regularly in Australia voicing animation, television advertisements and online corporate narration clients loved her natural sound and adaptability. Kelly has recently moved to London and has trained in numerous English and American dialects making her suitable for just about any job.
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.
Brother to Rob Dukes, Christopher has had experience in voice work from radio plays, to cast soundtrack musicals. He also has a great passion for video game work and has been in contact with Warhorse Studios in Prague for a variety of projects.
Jonny is a young Jersey-born actor who is better known for his part in Eastenders playing the part of Paul Coker. Aside from this, Jonny has a great love for voice work and can cover a very eclectic range of accents and tonal qualities. His fairly soft and neutral London accent can stretch to a variety of characters whether in animation or narration or be used plain and simply for conversational adverts/ corporate objectives.
Dan has a exciting, enthusiastic voice that can energise any campaign. As a presenter on Fun Kids, he hosts the afternoon show across national radio and knows how to make content engaging to a young audience. He is a bold, animated performer regularly hosting events across the country, where he’ll present anything - from launching toys to hosting festivals. With a performance background, Dan’s voice is dynamic and able to fit to a wide range of campaigns, and is flexible to target adults as well as kids
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.
Valentina is a native Italian actress and singer with a degree in Performing Arts from University of Malta. She moved to London soon after her graduation and started working both in Italy and in the UK as a theatre and screen actress. Her voice is clear and versatile, it goes from smooth and warm tunes to bright and lively ones. She can play with a range of accents from standard Italian to Neapolitan and Sicilian.
Florian is a professional actor and voice over artist with eight years of experience in Theatre and Musical. More recently he has been working mostly in TV and Film. He is both German and Italian native speaking due to his particular background, growing up in South Tyrol, a German minority in northern Italy.
Owen is an Acting graduate of Arts Ed London. Previous voice credits include Matthew in "Highlites Retouched" Directed by Jessica Dromgroole for Radio 4 and Pete in "Team Spirit" for Cambridge University press. Originally from Derbyshire, Owen has young, warm and friendly voice with a mild Northern accent.
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.