Pierre Elliott is a native french actor who has lived in England for 7 years. After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he has appeared in several radio plays such as « Road to Lautrec » directed by Jane Morgan and as a young Belgian soldier in five seasons of the serie « Homefront » directed by Jessica Dromgoole , both broadcasted on BBC4 Radio.
His voice is young, warm and clear, his accent is very flexible, from good RP to thick french. Pierre Elliott is fluent in both English and French.
Tucker is an actor and voice over artist who hails from the snowy wastes of Ontario, Canada. With a natural accent somewhere between American and Canadian standard, he is a versatile performer with a range of tones and qualities. From engaging warmth and calm authority, through to cool and into darker and more brooding shades, Tucker brings his years of actor training to bear to deliver the best results possible. He is also an avid bookworm, a dabbler in the dark art of the banjo, and supplements his income busking on the street and playing in the odd band.
'Joe is 24 and currently presents The Hits breakfast show 5 days a week and presents his own Saturday show!
He started his career at a young age training full time at the Sylvia Young Theatre School. He landed parts in 4 west end musicals such as Les Mis and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He then became part of part of the Disney Channel in his teenage years, presenting on and off screen continuity. He also voiced the character of Eubie in Playhouse Disney's popular Higglytown Heros.
Around his breakfast show, Joe also takes on regular ADR and ELT voiceover work which he has been doing since a young age and loves doing!’
Esther has a bright, lively, confident and friendly voice. Just as competent reading a ‘Mum’ type script as something straighter or more upbeat, she has a good sense of timing, takes direction well and is consistent with her reads. As a passionate amateur singer, she has a keen sense of rhythm and also speaks fluent French. Voiceover clients include Renault, Eurosport, BNP Parisbas, Orange, Nissan and Assimil.
Jessie trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama and has a warm, bright and soothing voice. Her voice over work includes promos for CNN, internet ads for Google and Tommee Tippee, and she recently voiced a campaign for the new Louvre gallery in Abu Dhabi. She performs stand up and improv comedy and loves performing different characters – she has a great ear for accents. Jessie also has access to a home studio.
Sean Stevenson is a Canadian actor in his final year of Rose Bruford College's Acting course. He has a youthful, bright, yet warm voice that is suited well for commercial work. Sean is friendly, professional and takes direction well.
Eva-Marie is a German voice actress, who has trained as an actress and voice-over artist in London, Cologne and Los Angeles. Her youthful, warm and clear Standard accented voice can be heard across variety of different mediums in radio drama, dubbing, ADR, commercials, trailers, corporates, e-learning as well as language learning. As a voice actress she has amongst others worked for BBC, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Fix and Foxi TV. Eva-Marie has worked with many other well known corporate and commercial clients. When recording she swears by her Volvic Lemon to sip from between takes and will carry at least 1.5 litres into any voice studio she's entering.
Sophie has a bright and friendly voice with a soft northern accent. She can do a full range of northern and southern accents and has polished her RP. Sophie can so strong character voices with a good ear for accents and impersonations.
Probably best known for playing "Holly Barton" in ITV Emmerdale. As well as leads in Britannia High, Dalziel and Pascoe and Holby City.
Sophie has taken Lead roles in three No 1 UK theatre tours, all of which were in RP.
She has also narrated multi award winning independent feature film "The Salt Trail" as well as various short films and other projects.