A versatile character artist with a natural British Hertfordshire accent (sounds softer than strict RP), youthful and edgy yet authoritative and precise. Clear diction, which combined with characters makes for exquisite audio book narrations.
English (British), English
Middle Aged (35-54), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Television, Videogames
On camera credits include "Meadowlark" (soap opera pilot), "Cellar" (short film), "Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich" (feature film) and "Fright of the Dead" (short film)
Voice Over credits include "Save Dave" online advert, radio ads for Event FM, Norman Radio, Venus FM and Radio Tircoed, and character roles in "Bone" and "Blood Bound"
Radio Presenter (Phone hidden), Livewire1350; (Phone hidden), Fly FM ;2008, Norman Radio; 2012-present, Chart Mix Radio)
Voice Over for Video Games, Hugh Edwards and Peter Dickson
Acting and voice training, Mary Deane
Advanced Improv Comedy, MissImp
Weekend Intensive Musical Improv, Heather Urquhart & Joe Samuel from The Maydays
Intermediate Improv Comedy, MissImp
Beginners Improv Comedy, MissImp
PSR Method Home Study Course, Voice Master
Computer & Software
Adobe Audition 3.0. Dedicated PC for finished voice over recordings.
Email (MP3/WAV/OGG; for other formats please email). Voices.com website. CD (UK only)
Same day, within 72 hours for larger projects
Voice Over Clients
Chemical Burns Entertainment
Fragrant Harbour Productions
Blue Water Productions
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