Thomas Witcomb

London, Greater London, GB 3:45 AM (CEST) Local Time

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I'm a classically trained, London born character actor and voiceover artist with a home recording studio; operating with a SM7b mic, Audient interface & Audacity DAW. Please see voiceover resume.

Experienced in: hard and soft sell, deep gritty, masculine voice & adept playing dark, edgy, villainous and machiavellian characters, commonly cast as a premium selling voice, cheeky chappies, coppers, thugs, gangsters, psychos, 'geezers', comedy characters & arrogant types.

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Vocal Characteristics


English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (South African), English (Australian), English, Arabic, German

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Voice Ages

Child (5-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)


Australian, British, Chinese, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - West Midlands (Shropshire, Birmingham, Brummie), England - Yorkshire & Humber, Irish, Scottish, South African

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Voice Over Skills

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television

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Turnaround Time

1-48 hrs+

Live Directed Sessions

Other (Clean Feed, Session Link Pro, etc), Phone Call, Source-Connect, Video Conferencing (Zoom, Skype)


Sm7b Mic

Computer & Software

Apple Mac & Audacity Software

Special Equipment

Audient ID 14

Service Overview

Voice Over

Pre and Post Edits On Production and 1st Revisions at no extra cost.

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Voice Over Testimonials

Thomas Witcomb’s portrayal of Bottom is particularly strong. His grasp of the humour in the text is fantastic and his performance in the ‘play within the play’ is hilarious.

The wonderfully chameleonic Thomas Witcomb embodies a depressed homeless man, a creepy Colchester tour guide and a confused Australian trying his best to understand Morrissey. It's in these little character sketches that the show really shines.....

Witcomb in particular marks the high point of the night in a brief monologue explaining how a character ended up on the streets, working from a foundation of numbed bluntness and gradually humanising the character.

Right the way through the production he switches gears with impressive speed, affecting working class directness and effete pretension at a moment's notice.

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