Simon Gfeller

Canadian-born tenor Simon Gfeller first studied voice with Gail Desmarais in Canada and furthered his training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) under Adrian Thompson. He also attended the Franz-Schubert Institut (Vienna) where he studied lied with masters such as Helmut Deutsch, Julius Drake, Robert Holl and Elly Ameling. Recent engagements include: Second Priest & Tamino (cover) in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte for English Touring Opera, Sixth Servant Capriccio (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden), four servants Les Contes d'Hoffmann (Opera Project), Billy Mahagonny-Songspiel (London Philharmonic Orchestra), Pastore Orfeo (Silent Opera) and Second priest / Man in Arm Die Zauberflöte (Opéra de Montréal). Other roles include, Ringmaster and Vasek (The Bartered Bride), Billy in John Estacio's Lillian Alling, Alfred (Die Fledermaus), El Remendado (Carmen), Prince Paul (La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein) and Don Pedro (La Périchole).

Sini Manner

Sini is a versatile Kiwi voiceover artist with 20 years studio experience in both the UK and NZ, where she was a presenter/producer in alternative and commercial radio. She can rock a range of styles from dynamic energetic hard-sell and contemporary attitude to warm and smooth, or conversational for narration and eLearning. Her client list has been as diverse as nappies to in-flight and e-Learning modules; TV continuity, game campaigns and mobile providers, to Mediterranean dance stations. She’s quite miffed that she didn’t get to do a kittie voice for a recent catfood commercial. Recently decamped to Brighton from London to fulfil her sea-swimming urges, she voices in Kiwi, neutral British, & character accents from London studios or home. She's also a photographer enjoying working on some more alternative portraits.

Stacey Swift

Stacey is a classically trained actor from New York now living in London. She most recently shot an episode of Homeland Season 5 playing a CIA Analyst. She is comfortable with a large range of American accents and VO styles.

Stephanie Roberts

Stephanie Roberts brings a friendly confidence to commercial reads with the ability to be upbeat, young, fresh, warm, conversational, professional...or a combination of them all! She's also a trained actor and singer who is also very comfortable with (and loves doing!) character voices.

Taylor Glenn

Taylor Glenn is an American comedian, writer and actress based in London. A former psychotherapist, she trained in and performed improv at Groundlings East/Gotham City Improv in New York as well as studying acting at HB Studio before moving to the UK where she began doing stand up comedy professionally across Europe. With a wide range of performance and radio voiceover experience, Taylor’s is a versatile voice, warm and engaging for commercial work and particularly adept at comedic delivery. She can do a full range of American accents, English RP, and, should the opportunity ever arise, a spot-on Kim Cattrall impersonation. She takes direction very well and is both professional and fun to work with.

Terry Daniel

Terry is a 25 year veteran of the voiceover business. He specialises in commercials, eLearning narration and theme park announcements. He’s too lazy to do anything else, so this profession works well for him. He also teaches the craft of voiceover to those interested in learning the craft. Terry’s voice can be described as warm and conversational but can also turn it up a notch for the high energy spots.

Wade Barrett

Wade is a Los Angeles based actress, writer, and producer. She's lent her voice to commercials, promos, industrials, in-store audio marketing, explainer videos, and narration. She speaks with a natural Standard American accent, and can also deliver a wide range of American accents. She is reliable and professional, takes direction well, and loves to have fun on the job while getting the job done. Able to deliver on-point reads that span a range from warm ebullience to assured authority, Wade's voice is one the consumer can trust.

William Meredith

William grew up in a small town in Arkansas in the southern United States. After 4 years in the US Army, William moved to the UK where he has been a professional actor for many years. He’s worked in just about every medium out there. If he’s not on location for film or TV, he’s touring the UK and breaking Guinness World Records with the Reduced Shakespeare Company. At the time of this writing, William can be seen in the upcoming Sky pilot “Living in Fear”, as well as supplying voice and motion capture to the character Miles Eckhart, mission giver in the star-studded, anxiously awaited game “Squadron 42”. He’s currently voicing a character on several episodes of the latest season of “The Corrupted” on BBC Radio 4. His rich, warm voice conveys trustworthiness and sincerity but with a sense of fun. But he also enjoys character work which encompasses every personality and emotion.

Xavier Paul

An accomplished actor and on air host for SyFy Channel, Xavier Paul can be seen this autumn in the highly anticipated HBO series "Crime", starring John Tuturro. In the voiceover arena he's known for several roles in the highly popular video games Grand Theft Auto V (2013), Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) and Conflict: Vietnam (2004) His deep, full, edgy and versatile voice draws you in and holds your attention.