John Harley British Announcer
Hugely experienced British Voice. The voice of the BAFTA Film & TV Awards (BBC and BBC America), John's voice has also been heard on countless TV and Radio campaigns in the UK, US and all over the world. He's also the sponsorship promo voice of cycling in 58 countries via EuroSport.
He is also to be heard on quite a number of television documentaries (he's narrated literally 100's), so John can produce an authentic BBC voice (after all, he's a BBC announcer and narrator). In addition, he's the English documentary voice for China Central Television, the world's largest television station with over 1 billion viewers! For commercial reads, he can also do the Hard Sell, Soft Sell and all Sells in between. He's also adept at a Don LaFontaine-style Movie Trailer voice if you catch him before his morning espresso.
Yep, you think it and the chances are, John can do it.
English (British), English
British, North American
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
25 years of ranting and raving, and most of it I got paid for
Neumann U87AI, SE Electronics Gemini, Rode NT-2
Computer & Software
Apple Mac G5
32 track console, SSL dynamics, ISDN, audio to picture time-code facilities, completely silent vocal booth
FTP, email, ISDN
Voice Over Clients
BBC, EuroSport, China Central Television, Hodder & Stoughton, Tesco, CarpetRight, Toyota, Krispy Kreme, RBS, Sony, Casio and many more
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