Warm, feminine and charming; loyal and passionate, Jacqueline Anne excels at producing the voice of an honest English heroine. Spanning class divide and historical eras, her diction holds clear within a wealth of British accents.
She is extremely good to work with, being able to converse with clients easily and seeking to identify with the directorial vision. Having been a teacher of English and English Literature for over a decade, she understands the importance of the story behind the voice, whether it be for advertising, documentary or audiobook.
Her wealth of experience on the stage has enabled her to work steadily on her voice technique and character range, whilst her singing and song-writing years have supported development of the voice as an instrument to be honed.
England - East (East Anglia, Cambridge, Hertfordshire), England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - North West (Liverpool, Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire), England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), England - South West (Cornwall, Devon, West Country), England - West Midlands (Shropshire, Birmingham, Brummie), French (Standard International), Irish Western (Connacht, Galway), Welsh
Child, Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I am branching out fresh into the profession from the stage and therefore can, at present, list only acting roles as a testimony of my experience at voice work; the roles below give you a flavour of the various accents and characters I have successfully delivered:
Lady Mary Lazenby (an aristocrat) in JM Barrie's 'Admirable Crichton' at the Barnfield Theatre, Exeter for ELTC.
Cinderella in Norman Robbins' 'Cinderella' for the Clyst Valley Players, Exeter.
Honorine (a french maid) in David Foxton's 'Breakfast for One' for the Woodbury Players.
Jenny Bennet (a bossy school girl) in Tim Firth's 'The Flint St Nativity' for Clyst Valley Players, Exeter.
The Fairy in David Gunn-Johnson's production of Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' for ELTC.
Rachel Crabbe (acting gangster) in Richard Bean's One Man Two Guvnors for ELTC.
Bretton Hall University of Performing Arts.
Frances James Vocal Tuition, Exeter.
Computer & Software
Focusrite 2i2 preamp
Email, Mp3, M4A, WAV (open for discussion to suit client).
I have a professional home studio and can deliver your tracks quickly via email. I am comfortable taking direction as well as being self directed. I enjoy vocal work and will embrace your project, giving it the time and attention that it needs to be a success.
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