Paul Alborough

Paul, aka Professor Elemental, is a cult icon. Best know for his mad chap-hop music (which features a love of Steampunk, time time travel, orangutans, tea and battenberg cake), he's performed the world over. When not being The Prof, he can be found running therapy through music workshops, working with disadvantaged children and adults alike.

Pete Beaumont

Based in the North West, Pete started his voice over career over 20 years ago, providing characters and impressions for local radio adverts for a wide range of advertising agency clients. As a full time professional since 2013, Pete has worked with companies across the globe on documentaries, e-learning projects, video games, advertisements and corporate videos. With deep rounded tones, Pete is a versatile impersonator, much in demand for voices such as Morgan Freeman, Sean Connery, John Hurt, David Attenborough, Russell Crowe and John Hannah as well as various regional and international accents. Clients include : JCD & Associates Television, Bluefish TV, Percassi Group, Five Eyed Films NY, Jumbo Vans, Farm 51 Video Productions and R & R Telecom Services. Pete`s ability to change his voice style and characterisation to suit individual projects means he is much in demand for multi- character video work, audio books and “sound-a-like” jobs.

Phil Walker

Phil is a professional comedian but as well as performing his stand up also works as a voice over artiste, His credits include: The Oddkinsons (Cosgrove Hall, 2003), Manchester United, Dancing with the Stars ITV 2 & Tizer. In 2002 at the famous Comedy store in Manchester he was voted City Life Comedian of the year, Previous winners include Peter Kay & Steve Coogan. Phil has become a headline act at most of the leading comedy clubs throughout the country including the comedy store, Jongleurs, The Stand. In 2012 the Edinburgh festival he received four-star critical acclaim for his show "Is this it? Phil is also proud to have entertained over 4000 troops on two tours of war torn Afghanistan as part of the CSE comedy club.

Sabine Dor

Sabine is a German actress, singer and voice over artist living in London. Her voice is extremely versatile, and she has a love for character-driven work, given her acting background (she provided the German voice for Madame Hydra in the game 'Captain America: Super Soldier' and enjoyed working on this dark and ruthless character very much indeed...!)

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.

Marie Ekins

Marie is an experienced Northern FVO with her own ISDN studio. She has a characterful sound and is also great at straight reads. She has voiced TV and radio commercials, e-learning modules, corporate presentations and website narratives. She works with numerous production companies and ILR’s. Her previous clients include the NHS, Vernon’s Bingo, Chit Chat Bingo and Provide Insurance. Production companies include Absolute Media, Matinai Animations, VTR North, Realtime UK, The Media Trust, Edvantage Group, UKRD, the Life Channel, Bauer Media, Brickwall Films, Pace Media, Global Radio and many more.

Chris Coxon

Chris is a great young voice from Newcastle. He trained at the Performance Academy, Newcastle College under the direction of Katherine Quist. He then went on to train at The Arts Educational School of Musical Theatre, London graduating in June 2008 with a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Whilst at Arts Ed, along with many in-house productions, he sang with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Good Thing Going - Simply Sondheim (Cadogan Hall) and appeared in a workshop production of the new musical, Sherlock Holmes: The Early Years in which Chris played Sherlock Holmes! In addition to all of that, Chris has an amazingly versatile voice - check out his showreel to hear how!

Ryan Heppe

Ryan's worked in broadcast media for longer than he cares to remember. With a voice that will make you laugh, cry, think, shout... or maybe live in California, he's done everything from TV, to Radio, to cartoons, to film... the list goes on! When not behind a microphone, he can be seen cheering for the Dodgers or taking in a movie at the ArcLight. He is an avid bowler; enjoys a tasty bottle of wine; and spends as much time as he can with his lovely wife.

Keiran Phoenix Chantrey

Keiran is our in house character voice expert. Cartoons are his speciality and with a talent stretching far outside of his years, you can ask him to perform any voice you fancy and he'll probably get it right! However, if you need someone to sound fresh, upbeat and young... he can do that too.