Aine Smith

Aine trained as an Actress in Paris and yes, she can speak French; even a Parisian would understand her. She has her own Theatre and Production companies and took her one-woman show to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014. She is a freelance Writer for publications including Time Out and Refinery 29. Her voice over work includes adverts for Premier Christian radio, New Noise Audio and the feature film Boogie Woogie where she provided voices for various background characters. Aine has a naturally warm and friendly voice that can easily move between softly informative, authoritarian to bubbly and energetic. She can work out of her own home studio for those last minute jobs

Alice Brockway

Alice is a Manchester based actress who trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her career has involved a wide variety of projects from open air Shakespeare to live radio drama. Her voice is often described as bright and authoritative, though she has also been asked to play children/teenagers quite regularly. Her accent is basically neutral with just a slight Northern strut vowel.

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.

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.

Bethany-Jo Clews

Native to the Midlands, Bethany has a bright youthful voice, adding energy and spark to any piece. Bethany is experienced and versatile from animation to corporate with a great ear for accents and characters, most recently providing a collection of short stories to London V&A Musuem. She is also a qualified Zumba and fitness instructor

Carmen Jongepier

Carmen is a fresh talent in the voiceover industry, with training from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is currently working as a professional actress in Glasgow. Fluent in both English and Norwegian, she has credits in various film and voiceover projects in Norway as well as in the UK. She is currently involved in a theatre tour, several stage productions and a film project.

Claire Hackett

Claire is a professional actress and has worked in film, stage and TV, most recently in 'Coronation Street'. Her voice is R.P. with a Northern lilt ( Liverpool ) and the quality is warm, smooth, sophisticated and clear, with a good ear for accents. Recent voice over clients include Hotel Aphonse X111 Seville, Warwick University, Nottingham University and Morphy Richards.

Cromerty York

Cromerty left the UK at 19 as part of her IT degree and lived in Germany. From there, she moved to Luxembourg, working for the EU. After that saw a very enjoyable stay in Australia where she managed to get bitten by a spider and gained both a husband and a small child. A year in Geneva followed, with 5 years then in Minnesota. Finally, she has arrived back in the UK, and now lives in the rolling moors of North Yorkshire. She has been doing voiceover now for 10 years, having been trained in the USA. She has an elegant and approachable voice, which is friendly and warm, with both RP and her native northern accent being in demand. She is also fluent in French, German and Spanish, which has proved very useful in liaising with foreign studios.

Elisabeth Shahlavi

Elisabeth is an enthusiastic born and bred Manchester girl, a professional Actress and TV Presenter, she is a confident, knowledgeable and quick witted artist with a very bubbly, cheeky and infectious personality that will bring any script alive. She has worked in the industry for the past 8 years not only in the UK but Australia and America, she has a great resume of work in TV, film and voiceover.

Emily Butterfield

Originally from Scunthorpe, Emily has a young, down-to-earth Northern accent which lends itself well to real life pieces that need a bit of an edge to them. Fun fact: Emily can also play the piccolo