Mickey is a female voice-over artist experienced in commercials, narrating, dubbing and E-learning in
both the UK and the Netherlands. She speaks Dutch, (British) English, Flemish and German. Her voice
is energetic, trustworthy and engaging.
Fenn has been in the voice over business for over 10 years and is a trusted Dutch voice for both commercial and corporate/business jobs. Her voice is bright and trustworthy. A professional and trained actress, Fenn is capable of taking direction and will change her vocal delivery as needed by you. Her flexibility even allows her to convey an array of characters and ages, which is why she is a favourite in children's television too and is the new television voice for Jim Jam TV. Fenn is not only a regular and reliable voice over, she also works as a voice coach and director and has recently directed the official internet voice for Google in the Netherlands.
Maggie has been doing voiceovers in English and Dutch for over 20 years, specialising in IVR automated telephone systems and corporate video work. Past clients include British Airways, Aviva, GSK, Intel, Microsoft, McAfee, ING, RCI and Bank of New York.
Of Mediterranean, Dutch and British heritage, she had a trilingual upbringing, speaking a combination of English, Dutch and Italian. After an initial year of studying French, she went on to do a joint honours degree in Dutch and Italian.
Besides the English and Dutch voice work, she has recently added Flemish to her CV thanks to time spent working in Brussels.
Shari was born and raised in the Netherlands, and raised bilingual from a very young age. She's fluent in Dutch and American English. Her voice can be described as warm, enthusiastic, convincing and confident. She's been working as a part time voice over actor for over 4 years and has some great experience working with Dutch brands and has occasionally done voice over work for English brands.
David has been here, there and everywhere: after a long stint voicing for Endemol, TomTom and commentating for Ajax football club in Holland he's also been the English audio guide at the Anne Frank house and The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam. Closer to home he now can be heard in numerous corporate and promotional films and is happiest playing a range of characters from cartoon hamsters to singing carrots.