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Ben Paddock

Perth, AU

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Ben Paddock

Ben Paddock




English, English (Australian), English (North American)


Australian, Austrian, French, German, Irish, North American, Russian, Scottish (Standard Scottish English), South African, Spanish, Welsh


Middle Aged, Young Adult

Special Skills

Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames


The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas – Wanneroo Repertory Inc – Limelight Theatre, Wanneroo March – June 2012 (12 performances) Director: Shelley McGinn

Roles played: Radio Announcer Voice Over (VO)/Television Assistant/Melvyn P Thorpe (MPT) Singer/Cowboy/Aggie (Football Player)

I had various supplementary roles in this production, as the main characters had already been cast. I had minor speaking roles throughout the production but the MPT & Aggie roles included many singing and dance routines.

I also recorded the voiceovers for several radio announcements in this production.

Blake Concert (King’s Lynn, Corn Exchange, UK, 30 September 2011)

Provided backing vocals as part of a large chorus for Blake – a Classical Boy band

Springwood Summer Concert (July 2011)

A solo performance of “If I were a Rich Man”. I was asked personally by one of the Musical Directors if I would like to take on this role as she felt that my voice would be well suited to the song.

Wacky Soap (BTEC Performing Arts Assessment, Springwood High School, May 2011)

Roles played: Punk/Various choral roles

For this production, the cast was much smaller, so some roles were merged and divided within the small group. I was given the role of Punk and subsequently, most of the lines of the Unks – the antagonists of the piece. Also I sang in a duet with another cast member. When I didn’t have a speaking role in a scene, I served a choral or background role.

Macbeth (Kinetic Theatre Production, January 2011)

Role played: King Duncan

A significant role, which featured a considerable amount of dialogue to learn for the opening scene and beginning of the play. My confident tone, projection and delivery were thought to be very suitable for the role.

The Trial (BTEC Performing Arts Assessment, December 2010)

Roles played: K/Huld/Various choral roles

Playing the main character, K, I performed the opening monologue, then a few scenes interacting with the other characters. For the rest of the production I had brief speaking roles or represented scenery.

Huld was a loud character who appeared at the beginning of Act II of the Trial. There was a great deal of dialogue to learn for his first scene, which I accomplished without difficulty.

Arachne vs. Athene (GCSE Drama Exam, June 2010)

Roles played: Announcer/Various choral roles –

A brief but comic character role in our self-devised piece based on Greek mythology. In this role I announced the duel between Arachne and Athene. I also acted as non-speaking background objects or people in other scenes.

Perseus and the Gorgon’s Head (GCSE Drama Exam, June 2010)

Roles played: King Polydectes/Grey one/Various choral roles

The villain and a mythical humanoid respectively in our self-devised piece based on Greek Mythology. Each role had a speaking part in one scene. The dialogue was mostly narrative. In the remaining scenes I was in the chorus, representing scenery or an extra.

Orpheus and Eurydice (GCSE Drama Exam, June 2010)

Role played: Orpheus

The main character in our self-devised piece based on Greek Mythology. The dialogue was mostly narrative, spread evenly amongst the cast.

A Winter’s Tale – Corn Exchange, King’s Lynn, UK (Springwood Drama Club Production, November 2009)

Role played: King Leontes

An emotive character that is dominant in the first half of the play. This role has a significant amount of dialogue which I was able to learn and deliver successfully.



I studied for a Diploma in BTEC Performing Arts at Springwood High School and contributed to the in-house Kinetic Theatre and the Drama Club prior to emigrating to Australia in December 2011.

I gained a total of 12 GCSEs in the following subjects:

English (A), English Literature (B), Maths (A), Additional Maths (A), Science (A), History (B), Art and Design – Fine Art (D), Drama (B), Design and Technology – Product Design (C)

ICT First Certificate (Merit, equivalent to 3 GCSEs)

Creating Video (Merit)
ICT Skills for Business (Distinction)
Webpage Creation (Merit)
Design and Produce Multimedia Products (Merit)
Creating Animation for the WWW using ICT (Merit)
Creating Sound Using ICT (Merit)


  • Microphone

    Beyerdynamic M700

  • Computer & Software

    Acoustica Mixcraft 6, Audacity

  • Special Equipment


  • Delivery Methods


  • Turnaround Time

    Up to 7 Working Days

Service Description

I provide quick online voice overs in crystal clear quality for any manner of narration, advertisement, character or other.

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