Mike Toolan

Mike has presented the breakfast show on Key103 since 2004, so is a well known voice to the denizens of Manchester! Prior to that, he was on Capital FM, London. His voice-over credits include Aerial Ultra, Blockbuster Video and Wrigleys Extra, amongst others andTV credits include "This Morning" on ITV, "live with Gaby" on Channel 5, Sky News, MUTV and Granada Reports. He also studied at the Manchester School of Acting, so can easily handle character work too!

Barbera Appleton

With years of stage and musical experience, plus TV, film, commercials, training and information videos Barbara offers a warm and versatile vocal delivery coupled with a mezzo-soprano singing voice. She is equally at home with documentary, information or commercial material.

David Appleton

German TV, David has a warm and versatile RP voice which is well suited to documentaries, commercials and information material. He also can provide a range of character creation and accents particularly Northern ( Yorkshire, Tyneside, Scottish) reflecting his Norther heritage

Mayumi Kawai

Mayumi is a English-Japanese bilingual and native speaker with genuine accent, and has voiced numerous campaigns in both languages. She has worked on projects in all the key areas of the broadcast industry, including corporate features, commercials, animations, feature films, audio books and digital media products.

Alyx Hanbury

Alyx originally planned to become an Army Medic... but switched soldiering for Shakespeare to train at Arts Ed, where she won the Sir Alec Guinness Award. Her light, bright, fresh voice is perfect for fun, upbeat kid/teen reads and she handles funny stuff beautifully, having competed in comedy-impro death matches. Thankfully, no-one dies in these. It's a metaphor.

Elsa Ochoa

Elsa has more than fifteen years of acting experience and as a voice-over artist. Seven of those years, she was acting in Spain with the theatre chair at Salamanca University, run by the acclaimed theatre writer Martin Recuerda. She's also written and acted in several plays, such as “Un Dia en la Vida de una Madre Soltera” (“A day in the Live of a Single Mother”), which have been performed in a number of venues in Asturias, Spain.

Anthony Bacon

Ant is a friendly, articulate and highly professional actor. He built his skills at the Manchester School of Acting, developing as both a dramatic and comedic performer. He has experience in stage, television, commercials, radio and podcasting. Recent credits include ‘Coronation Street’ and adverts for ‘Morrisons’ and ‘Tyres on The Drive’. Based in Manchester but originally from Essex, Ant’s accents range from RP to gritty Essex-boy. His voice is neutral but warm, dynamic and engaging

Anthony Bryan

Native north west, with a natural delivery and a wide range. Anthony’s experience spans everything from BBC radio comedy to corporate narration for Barclays bank – and he gets used by a lot of building type brands too, like Stanley power tools and JCB. Handy.

Olivia Roberts

Olivia is a recent graduate based in London with a degree in Drama and Performance Studies. She is of dual-nationality and speaks, writes and reads French fluently. She has worked as an entertainer and music teacher for young children in nurseries as well as currently being a Performing Arts teacher in a weekend stage school for children pre-school aged. Olivia has LAMDA grades in both Piano and Drama and sings regularly at open mic events. Her voice can be described as: warm, sultry, clear, able to simulate age ranges: childlike to middle aged adult, animated and vivacious. She is highly skilled at doing impersonations of famous people, particularly singers. Olivia's voice would be suited for television commercials, narrating children's programming, animation and audiobooks. Other than her creative hobbies and work, Olivia is also passionate about volunteering for environmental charities and cooking.

Leo Ashizawa

Leo was educated as an archaeologist but moved in to acting, learning his acting through Fringe theatre in Japan. He has performed in a multitude of plays and short films as well as being a feaured model in the fashion industry since 1997.  In 2006 he came to the UK and performed with theatre companies, Station House Opera and so on​. He has also made appearances in several films, TV, and commercials such as Seconds From Disaster, NGTV, Breaking the bank and All That Remains. On the other hand he has kept his passion for the theatrical scene and participated in a series of Greek Tragedy such as Phoenician Women, Oedipus the king , Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone in Theatro Technis production as several characters including the blind prophet, Teiresias.