Dan Skili

Dan is a native Danish Voice Over Artist with over 20 years’ experience in the industry, with initial 3- year London accredited drama school training. He is a Language Checker for Disney Junior and Disney XD and a freelance Voice Over Artist and enjoys specializing in both voice work in Danish and accented English. Dan has worked since 1996 as a Voice Over Artist and as a professional presenter/host and has most recently completed a couple adverts for the Scandinavian diary giant ARLA. He has worked for a wide range of clients over the past few years. Dan Skili is a qualified Actor and also Dramatherapist, and is a facilitator of Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed (Forum Theatre and Rainbow of Desire) and Laban Movement. He has several years' experience working as a professional actor and director. Dan qualified at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, and works at Westminster University and The City Literary Institute in Covent Garden.

Susan Jayne Robinson

Susan is originally from the North - East but she has lived London and Manchester for several years. She is a professional actor and voice over artist and graduated from London Metropolitan with a Performing Arts degree. Her TV and film training continued at TVI studios in LA and she now regularly attends acting classes in Manchester at ActUpNorth. Her voice is warm and friendly but has been told on occasion that she can hold an authoritative tone. Susan offers a range of accents to suit your needs

Luca Armato

Luca Armato hails from Turin and has been engaged in acting since the age of 8, both on television and in film. Now based in London, he's specializing in voiceovers (which is good for us!)

Olivier Leclair

Olivier Leclair is the founder and artistic director of Hippana Theatre UK. He is also a critically acclaimed actor and theatre maker. Olivier has performed voice-over roles at Old Vic, Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre and V&A Museum. His most recent VO commercial was for Babbel at SNK studios. On stage, Olivier is a bold physical performer who has been known occasionally to perform as a woman… with an extremely deep voice. His vocal range varies from nasal comedy to full bodied gravitas. You can count on Olivier for dynamic performances and a maniacal attention to detail. This is matched with an incredible work ethic and a personal devotion to his product and his clients. He is a native English Canadian and French Canadian speaker and he masters several American accents. His voice is deep, dynamic and warm.

Michelle Hopewell

Michelle is a London born actor, vocalist, writer and graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Her discovery and love for music and the arts came from growing up singing in church. Michelle’s most recent single is “New Day Me" in collaboration with Studio 611 and she is currently working with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Valerio Ricci

Valerio’s first experience with acting was attending a theatre school in Rome called “Attór Prodigo”. After intensively working in the theatre for several years, Valerio decided to leave Rome and his home country for London to study musical theatre at The Associated Studios Academy. As an actor in the UK, Valerio matured in his craft by choosing work in different genres spanning theatre, television, and film. He played the leading character in the Hyundai World Cup TVC for CNN as well as appearing as Dante in the brand new epic comedy The Blaze of Noon at the Greenwich Theatre.

Alexander Devrient

Alexander is a German voice who also speaks fluent French (Belgian accented). His acting training was completed at Drama Studio London in 2009, and he also holds a BA in Economics and International Relations from the University of Birmingham. Alexander is experienced in a variety of recording work, including documentaries for the BBC, commercials for Lego, Hot Wheels, Post-It, Lucozade, Shell, corporate narrations for Seagate, Lexmark, IBM, McKinsey, Juniper, Glocal Media, ADR for Land Rover, Caffè Ritazza, Ferrero and Gaming for Sega. He also works on a freelance basis as a German Broadcast Journalist for Perform Sports Media (Omnisport).

Mark Darin

Mark is a drop out Civil Engineering student turned Radio Broadcaster. General laziness and a love of Character Voices attracted him to a career in Radio. Starting in 1997 with voicing characters on a night radio show on the NSW Central Coast. In search of much needed attention, Mark was soon lured to Breakfast Radio. He is now co-host of the number one breakfast radio show on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Mark & Caroline for Breakfast on 92.7 MIX FM. Mark has also starred on stage in various productions including David Williamson’s Influence at the Noosa Arts Theatre. He has voiced videogame characters, and is appearing in an upcoming Australian horror film.