An Oxford University and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduate, Alex has voiced everything from Apple TV campaigns to Discovery Channel documentaries to fertiliser instructions.
Alice has over 12 years experience as a voice-over artist, working primarily in the e-learning sector, where she has the ability to make even the most complex, dry information sound interesting and easily understandable.
After a successful career in finance, Ana decided to follow her dream of being an actor.
Andrew’s unscheduled career path began with factory work in the power cut days of the 70’s, moved on to Rent Collecting and was followed by seven years of acting.
Andrew trained at Webber Douglas. He toured his one man show, The Storytellers, up and down the country for many years.
Since graduating from The Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, Andy has been busy treading the boards nationally and internationally as both an actor and musician.
Anna considers narration to be the most skilled of acting jobs and loves bringing books to life – literature as performance, and relishes finding subtle ways to bring out the most in an author’s words.
Anne is an accomplished British actress with lead credits on stage, television, commercials and voice-overs, and has hundreds of audiobooks to her credit.
Antony was recommended by the “All About Romance” Web site as one of the best male narrators at performing female characters.
Billie is a native Brit and a professionally trained actress and voice over artist. Over the years she discovered she had a talent for accents, character voices and storytelling, so finding the world of audiobooks was a joy.
Brigid is a professional actor, examiner and audiobook narrator, originally from the island of Tasmania, Australia but now calls London home.
Caroline began her professional career in BBC Local Radio and progressed to BBC television within a couple of years. Working as a presenter and reporter, she was trained by one of the BBC’s most eminent vocal coaches.
Cassandra studied drama at Exeter University and the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London where she discovered her love for voice work.
Originally from Australia, Cat Gould has now settled in Southern Oregon where she completed her BFA in Performance with a Creative Writing Minor at SOU.
Christine is a British-born audiobook narrator, voiceover performer and actor living in New York city. She has narrated a wide-ranging number of audiobooks over several years.
Claire’s strong, reassuring, trustworthy and unique voice is formed of a Yorkshire up bringing to age 18, drama school training in London, 1 year touring Australia and 20 years living in Cornwall.
Claire is an accomplished British actress and voiceover artist with a reputation for clarity, wit and chameleon-like versatility.
Dawn is a British actress and voice artist, who trained at Drama Centre London.
Dennis was a 2016 Voice Arts Nominee for Best Narrator for Biography.
Derek has performed on stage for over 60 years and at home for even longer.
A degree in languages, travel worldwide on business and a facility with accents underpin skills that have seen Derek nominated for numerous awards for his audiobook work.
Dizzy was in TV Production for seventeen years, culminating with a stint on “Eastenders”! She then ran the South West division of the British Film Commission and finally broke into AudioBooks, Producing & Editing, twelve years ago.
Drew has lent his voice to various mediums including videos, documentaries and voiceover projects.
A professional actor / voice artist for over a decade, Eddie’s chief passion is Shakespeare, a subject in which he recently completed a post graduate certificate at the Shakespeare Institute -Stratford.
Elisa is a natural storyteller; for 20 years she’s delighted radio listeners with stories of her own life – now she can bring the same warm, friendly approach to YOUR story.
Famously the voice of London Underground, Emma has voiced over 250,000 commercials, and still has bags of energy and inventiveness for narrating books!
Hugely versatile, Fenella can bring anything from the driest technical material to historical dramas to horror stories to characterful life.
Gary is an up and coming Irish Audiobook narrator and Voice Actor. He has a true flair for accents and dialects and has lived all over the world including Japan, Ireland and Texas.
George was born in Bedfordshire and grew up in the rough and tumble surroundings of Catford, a suburb of South London.
Greg has been a broadcaster and journalist for many years and has presented news and current affairs programmes for BBC Scotland and a host of commercial radio stations.
Greg works as a jobbing actor, having performed in the last couple of years on stages from the West End, to Vienna, Pitlochry, Keswick and even sunny Ipswich.
A classically trained actor, (GSM&D), Helen has trodden the boards of many of Britain’s leading Repertory Theatres as well as The Old Vic, The National Theatre, at The Edinburgh Festival, The Roundhouse and in the West End.
Deciding that acting was preferable to a life working as a mechanic, Ian trained as a ‘voice’ with Max Rowley in Sydney, Australia.
Originally from Northern Ireland, Jack is an experienced voice actor who has appeared in several plays for BBC Radio 4, as well as providing the voice of Charles Darwin for a series called Hunting the Beagle.
James has narrated over 200 fiction and non-fiction audiobooks.
James is a comic actor and writer based in Wales. When he’s not busy with the Cardiff Comedy Festival, he’s lending his voice to a multitude of animations, video games, tour guide apps on iOS & Android and documentaries
Half Scots, half English, and marginally eccentric, James/Cameron is first and foremost an actor.
James has been a familiar voice across BBC television and radio for nearly a quarter of a century, working as an actor, continuity announcer, programme narrator and newsreader, even reading the shipping forecast.
James trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and has been a professional actor for over 40 years, appearing on stage at the National Theatre and in the West End of London as well as in numerous repertory theatres across the country.
Jan is a London born actress trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama and has worked in the Theatre, TV , film and radio.
Jane has over 25 years’ experience in broadcasting and voiceovers. Working mainly in television, she has been a BBC newsreader, presenter and continuity announcer.
Joan has 30 years of experience as an actor, enjoying all aspects of work including audiobooks, commercials, radio drama, TV, theatre and film.
Jon was a regular broadcaster on his local hospital and commercial radio stations in his youth and has now returned to voice work after straying off into the business world some years ago.
A highly skilled narrator with a warm, clear voice, Karen has many years of professional experience in the theatre, media and as an Audiobook narrator, having recorded over a hundred and fifty titles.
Kat relishes being on both the stage and in the studio, She has worked with Northern Broadsides, Imagine Theatre and many more; she also likes dangling from her aerial silks Winner of the Best Newcomer Narrator Award for Twisted 50.
Kelly was born in Kent in England and has been using her voice to entertain and educate for more than 20 years.
Lara was classically trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where she played everything from Humpty Dumpty to Lady Macduff.
Lesley was raised in England, and graduated with a Bachelor of Education Honors degree from Cambridge University.
Liam is an Irish born voice-artist with over 10 years experience working in every field of the voice industry.
Liz is a BJTC qualified, award winning journalist and presenter currently working for the BBC at Media City.
Louise has been an actress for over 20 years and has enjoyed her Theatre and Voiceover work the most.
Lucy is an award winning British actress. Bitten hard by the acting bug whilst performing at the Edinburgh Festival as a teenager, she has performed on both sides of the US (and the Atlantic)
Malk has a natural feel for the rhythms of both narrative and verse, as well as a versatile and evocative voice, an excellent ear for accents and a knack for character voices
Mary Jane trained as an actress at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1998 and began the regular back and forth to LA in 2009
Matt is an Australian voice actor who works in voiceover with top global clients and brands in commercials, corporate/industrial and other media.
Matt trained at Drama Studio London. On stage he has played a wide range of roles, from Romeo to MI5 agents to Officer Crabtree in ‘Allo ‘Allo.
Matt’s work as a boom operator, as well as writing music scores for film and TV, combined with his talents as a stand-up comedian and teacher have given him the ability to provide entertaining, exciting and informative reads across all genres.
Highlights of Matthew’s career include Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre, West End, International tours and award winning TV and Film.
Melanie started her performing arts training aged 5 in Cape Town, South Africa before moving to England where she has appeared as an actress, singer and dancer in theatre, TV and film for several decades.
A proven track record in long narration and audiobooks in contemporary fiction, historical fiction, short stories and business, Michelle is never happier than when she is in flipflops and behind a mic.
Mike has worked extensively with the English Shakespeare Company, including playing the title roles of Hamlet and Titus Andronicus.
Morag has a good ear for accents and can voice a range ages, from a very young child upwards.
Nicholas, a native Englishman, has been a professional actor for some twenty years, regularly appearing in Britain’s top dramas, soaps and theatres.
Nick was once a comedy actor in London until he met and married his American wife. Now he is a comedy actor in New York.
Penny performed in the West End and played leading roles in National Tours of many Classical productions prior to finding her niche as a voiceover.
Peter has been a professional voiceover and actor for almost 40 years starting his career at the first independent radio station in the north of the UK, Piccadilly Radio.
Peter studied music and drama at the University of Cape Town, and toured South Africa with a small repertory company, as well as working on radio, TV and film.
Peter enjoyed a spell on the BBC Radio Rep and has appeared in hundreds of radio plays, short stories, serials and poetry recordings. That all led to audio books of which he has now recorded more than three hundred.
Philip built himself a home studio six years ago and now narrates books, documentaries, adverts and e-learning projects for clients around the world.
Roger is a Grammy nominated record producer and former record executive turned full-time voiceover actor.
Born in one of the unlikeliest of places – on the desk of the British High Commissioner in New Delhi, India – Ralph lives happily in whatever reality he finds himself.
Rebecca is a classically trained actor who has 14 years of experience on stage, on screen and in voice overs.
Rich relishes the opportunity that Audiobooks give him to realise characters and bring any text to life with his warm, natural tones.
Richard played over 25 distinct characters in his nationally award-nominated radio comedy series.
As well as narrating many fiction and non-fiction audiobook titles, Roger worked for 15 years as a voice-over artist and actor for corporate clients including BP, Halifax and Coca-Cola
Ruth was raised in Scotland with English parents, so her forte is character work and she has an excellent ear for accents.
Sally was born in Scotland and has been escaping into books (and recording them for RNIB) for enjoyment for many years of her life.
Sam went full time into professional voice over work in 2014 having done lots of work in front of the microphone during his acting years.
Sam has been a broadcast professional for over 20 years, with a welcoming and broad UK English accent that has been used by Facebook, Marks and Spencers and British Petroleum for Marketing and staff training.
Serena trained as a BBC radio journalist before moving to Berlin, where she worked solidly for the next 20 years as a TV news presenter and narrator for international TV and radio broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
Simon’s recorded word as a storyteller has been awarded both Silver and Gold from Parent’s Choice and has been given awards from Storytelling World.
Susannah has a distinctive and warm British voice. A classical soloist in opera, music theater, recitals and contemporary music, she has sung all over Europe, living in Paris, Vienna and London.
Susie now plays regular character Tracy Horrobin in The Archers and her vocal dexterity has lead to her twice being a member of the prestigious BBC Radio Drama Company.
Essentially a British RP actor-narrator, Tim was originally born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East of England (native Geordie), but spent most of his life (when not on tour!) in London.
Tom is a uniquely international voice artist. Now living in Los Angeles, but having grown up in Australia and England, as well as being a musician, has given him an ear for accents and characters.
Hailing from Glasgow before moving south, Tom’s 25 years in the film industry have seen him involved in just about every aspect spanning both sides of the lens from distribution and production to his first love acting.
Tom’s versatile sound that has seen him voicing Roman villagers for an Xbox game, as well as a British Commander and an Irish Lieutenant for the History Channel.
William is a native British-English speaker, born in Dover, Kent and has enjoyed using his voice on stage for over ten years.
Zehra Jane is a native Australian, Anglo/Indian actress, singer and voice artist.