Alyx Hanbury

Alyx originally planned to become an Army Medic... but switched soldiering for Shakespeare to train at Arts Ed, where she won the Sir Alec Guinness Award. Her light, bright, fresh voice is perfect for fun, upbeat kid/teen reads and she handles funny stuff beautifully, having competed in comedy-impro death matches. Thankfully, no-one dies in these. It's a metaphor.

Molly McGlynn

Molly, who recently appeared in Coronation Street as Leah Buckley, is a Manchester based actress. Recently she was selected to represent ALRA in the BBC Carleton Hobbs Award. Her voice is clean, clear and bright; she is a natural at bringing a script to life, from commercial reads through to naturalism; A very versatile up-and-coming talent. Her voice is clean, clear and bright; she is a natural at bringing a script to life, from commercial reads through to naturalism; A very versatile up-and-coming talent.

Sophie Wardlow

Sophie has an appealing, friendly and silvery voice with the ability to play a range of ages and the additional capability to do a variety of different tones for different types of projects e.g. narration, commercial, storytelling and corporate. Previous work has included the Yorkshire Tea commercial, Laser eye surgery and flight company adverts, IVR, dubbing for film and commercial, foreign language apps and a long term phonetic / language contract for Kaplan International Colleges over a year and a half.

Jessica Sandry

Jessica is from Swansea! She is an actress, voice over artist and web presenter. She trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Recent credits include, Stella for SKY One, Fool Britannia for ITV, various commercials for BBC Wales and HTV Wales and the web series Bernard and Knives. She works extensively within theatre, classical, comedy and musical, including the one woman show 'The Late Marilyn Monroe', which she is currently touring. In addition to all of this, she voices and presents a corporate website (peteralan.tv), is the regular voice for Real Radio's Edwards Coaches campaign alongside Ruth Madoc, a regular v/o for Qudos Animations, The Guardian website, Verto Website, Passport office and the Flea Clear Spot On website.

Lisa Keys

Lisa Keys’ passion in performance voiceover has evolved over the past 10 years, perfecting her sound and timely skilled delivery. From Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Lisa has a fresh, bright, girl next door sound. Lisa has an extensive background in the radio industry in a range of roles. Her unique and vibrant voice can be heard as the female imaging voice on Virgin Radio Edmonton, as well as several other Canadian radio and TV stations.

Sophie Coward

Sophie Coward is a professional actress who trained at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. Originally from South Manchester, she enjoys less traditional pursuits and has a passion for stage combat. However, nothing can beat a good book. Sophie has been an avid reader all her life and still knows the ‘Measly Middle Ages’ Horrible History audiobook by heart, including all the voices! Previous work includes Manchester City FC’s ‘Boots’n’Beats’ campaign and regularly recording with London-based charity, Listening Books.

Bethany-Jo Clews

Native to the Midlands, Bethany has a bright youthful voice, adding energy and spark to any piece. Bethany is experienced and versatile from animation to corporate with a great ear for accents and characters, most recently providing a collection of short stories to London V&A Musuem. She is also a qualified Zumba and fitness instructor

Maya Sapone

Maya Sapone is a classically trained singer, actress and Italian voiceover artist. Born in Gabon to a Thai mother and Italian father, Maya was raised in a multicultural environment and moved to London in 2001 to further her training in opera and contemporary music. Having been an active performer since an early age Maya is very confident and experienced both on stage and in the recording studio. As a session singer Maya’s exceptional versatility, vocal flexibility and improvisational skills have made her popular amongst film and TV composers. Credits include commercials for Panasonic, Sony, and library music for Cavendish Music/Boosey & Hawkes. As a voiceover artist Maya has often been chosen for her natural, clear, smooth and warm tone. Her voice is perfectly suited for business and corporate films, training and tutorial videos, commercials and narrative projects. Credits include Microsoft, BMW, Johnson & Johnson, Kennametal, Willkommen.

Elsa petit

Elsa is a native French voiceover artist. Originally trained as a physical theatre performer, Elsa is based in London and has been working as an actress and performer, both for stage and for film, for over eight years. Elsa's voice is warm, gentle and friendly and can be fresh and positive, charming and sultry or authoritative when required. Versatile, Elsa has worked for Hasbro, being the voice of toys, for Yves Saint Laurent Paris corporate videos, KLM, The Body Shop, Berlitz and Sephora to name a few. She also has presenting experience, both in French and English. As a trained musician and professional dancer, Elsa has a clear understanding of pitch and timing, as well as improvisation.

Jennifer Carss

Jennifer is a Geordie actor and graduate from Manchester School of Theatre. Her work includes BBC Radio 4 play 'Stannington' playing the lead Nurse Dawson. She has worked on varying commercial pieces and most recently a fantastic educational project through Edcoms.