Stephanie Dickson

Stephanie is a 2016 BA (Acting) Graduate of The Guildford School of Acting. She has worked on various voiceover, theatre, film and music video projects for the likes of Gabrielle Aplin. Most recently, she has played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet with The National Theatre Italy/Kings Theatre Southsea and Amy March in Little Women with Space Productions.

Alan Shires

Alan has a friendly, story-telling charm to his voice with a small hint of a Northern English accent. He can create a range of powerful character voices for Animation and Gaming but also some informative and relaxed voices for Commercials and Corporate. Alan has been acting since he was 11 years old and has a background of TV, Film, Theatre and Voice Over work. As well as commuting when needed to, Alan has his own professional home studio.

Therese Detje

Therese is a 25-year-old who grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She has a Bachelor of Professional Communication from Melbourne's RMIT University, as well as a Master of Tourism she completed in Copenhagen at Aalborg University. She moved to London in 2017, and currently works as a content writer and video maker at a large media company. She's voiced many of the Google Digital Garage educational videos for the Australian market, and has featured as the voiceover for artworks from digital animation artists. She also has her own YouTube channel presenting explainer-type videos to camera. She enjoys cycling around town, travelling and skiing.

Simon G. Lemon

Simon Identifies as both Welsh and Italian, he was born in Italy from a Welsh Mother. Growing up, Simon was lucky enough to live and study abroad. He speaks fluent Italian but has also mastered French while in Paris and, later, in Barcelona, he did the same with Spanish! Simon is a recent graduate of Drama Studio London where he learnt the basics of radio craft, the technical and creative aspects of this varied area of THE industry.

Pierre Elliott

Pierre Elliott is a native french actor who has lived in England for 7 years. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has appeared in several radio plays such as « Road to Lautrec » directed by Jane Morgan and as a young Belgian soldier in five seasons of the serie « Homefront » directed by Jessica Dromgoole , both broadcasted on BBC4 Radio. His voice is young, warm and clear, his accent is very flexible, from good RP to thick french. Pierre Elliott is fluent in both English and French.

Matthew Harris

Matt is a young man with a highly energetic teen voice from Surrey and a recent graduate from The Arts Educational Schools London. While training he worked with a wide range of industry professionals including Jessica Swale (Nell Gwyn), Anna Jordan (Yen) and Gareth Farr (Britannia Waves The Rules). Since graduating he has acted in Nigel Fairs’ (My Gay Best Friend) play ‘The Appeal of Silence’ directed by Louise Jameson (Doctor Who, Tenko) and sung and danced his way through Victorian London in ‘The Little Match Girl’ at The Tabard Theatre.

Sean Stevenson

Sean Stevenson is a Canadian actor in his final year of Rose Bruford College's Acting course. He has a youthful, bright, yet warm voice that is suited well for commercial work. Sean is friendly, professional and takes direction well.

Eva-Marie Becker

Eva-Marie is a German voice actress, who has trained as an actress and voice-over artist in London, Cologne and Los Angeles. Her youthful, warm and clear Standard accented voice can be heard across variety of different mediums in radio drama, dubbing, ADR, commercials, trailers, corporates, e-learning as well as language learning. As a voice actress she has amongst others worked for BBC, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Fix and Foxi TV. Eva-Marie has worked with many other well known corporate and commercial clients. When recording she swears by her Volvic Lemon to sip from between takes and will carry at least 1.5 litres into any voice studio she's entering.

Susan O’Riordan

Susan is originally from a small town in county Kerry, south-west Ireland. Although she hasn't lived there in quite sometime, her charming Irish brouge has remained intact, but softened by years of living in the UK and Australia. With her clear, soft, bubbly tone it's no wonder children's story telling is where she realized voice over work is something she wanted to pursue. Susan has been based in London for over two years, where she currently attends Identity School of Acting.

Raghad Chaar

Raghad graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has been working as an actor in London since 2014. Her voice has been described as gorgeous, warm and engaging, in both her native Scottish accent and her Arabic language. Her work includes BBC Radio 4 'Welcome to Zaatari', BBC World Service 'The Battle for Raqqa', Audio book 'Nujeen', and many more.