John Slater is a creative director, a lecturer,an art director, film extra and (most importantly here at Manchester Voiceover) a voiceover artist!
John’s career has resembled something of an airline timetable, with arrivals (and departures) in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Toronto, Vancouver, Dubai, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore Cairo, Cape Town, Nairobi, Jeddah,Addis Ababa, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago.
He’s worked on everything from Apple computers to Zyliss food processors.
His name has featured in awards annuals around the globe, garnering over 100 statues and certificates.
Rob is a cheery fellow with lively, friendly and flexible voice!
A unique blend of soft well spoken Merseyside and South Wales gives a reassuring professional blend for commercial and corporate and a great range of accents from both hemispheres with wicked comic timing for more lighted hearted projects.
Rob has a good deal of experience in classic texts from Sherlock Holmes to Shakespeare gives Rob a powerful theatrical flair as well!
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.
George is an experienced actor with several film and commercial credits.
Also an accomplished voiceover artist who's voice has been coveted in PSA's, commercials, and other projects. His mission is to provide outstanding quality voice-overs with a high level of professionalism. George's voice can be described as deep, rich, strong, and believable.
Phil has appeared in many films and Theatre plays over the years, as well as performing as a Singer and Comedian. His Radio Show also features many of his own hilarious Characters.
Phil's voices range from a deep chocolate sound to a high pitched Welshman, with accents from South African to South American.
"Phil Novak a Man of many voices his impromptu humour is full of originality. The best I have come across of late"- Derek Weyland of The Stage & TV Today.
Presenter of the syndicated In:Demand Uncut and hosting a weekly unsigned showcase on Amazing Radio (DAB Digital Radio & online), Jim’s a well-known face (for the radio?) in the Scottish music scene and beyond.
Lissa is a voiceover with a serious CV. She’s worked for CBS Radio Los Angeles, KNX1070 NEWSRADIO and KFWB NEWS TALK 980. She is currently in her fourth consecutive season of representing KFWB NEWS TALK 980 (the Los Angeles Clippers’ radio home) during KFWB pre-game festivities for the Los Angeles Clippers' home games at the Staples Center. Outside of her voice work, she’s the program specialist for the Arts Journalism Programs at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She has a warm, rich voice perfect for reads that require authority.
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.
Abeeku is an American voice artist and songwriter living in London. Bayku, as his mates call him, has worked on albums from Olly Murs, UGK, JLS, Keri Hilson, Pitbull and more. He writes at BMG Chrysalis, and has a smoky, textured voice perfect for warm, strong, authoritative reads.
Peter may have the voice of God, but he’s also got a fascinating life outside the booth. He’s the film critic for the Christian Science Monitor and president of the National Society of Film Critics. He can also be heard regularly on "Film Week" on the National Public Radio-affiliate KPCC-FM in Los Angeles. He was a finalist in 1998 for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and is the author of the acclaimed new book "Rainer on Film: Thirty Years of Film Writing in a Turbulent and Transformative Era." He has also served as film critic for New York Magazine and the Los Angeles Times, and has lectured on film throughout the world.