Chris presents the Early Breakfast show on BBC Radio 6 Music as well as Radio 2 Playlists. He often appears on BBC Breakfast TV, The BBC News Channel and has presented films on BBC Inside Out. He recently appeared on Celebrity Mastermind and Christmas University Challenge, captaining the winning team. Chris is an experienced festival and awards show host; successful voice over artist and presenter of Radio 4 documentaries. He also writes blogs for the BBC website and has written for The Huffington Post, Music Week and UK Music.
Olivia is a recent graduate based in London with a degree in Drama and Performance Studies. She is of dual-nationality and speaks, writes and reads French fluently. She has worked as an entertainer and music teacher for young children in nurseries as well as currently being a Performing Arts teacher in a weekend stage school for children pre-school aged. Olivia has LAMDA grades in both Piano and Drama and sings regularly at open mic events. Her voice can be described as: warm, sultry, clear, able to simulate age ranges: childlike to middle aged adult, animated and vivacious. She is highly skilled at doing impersonations of famous people, particularly singers. Olivia's voice would be suited for television commercials, narrating children's programming, animation and audiobooks. Other than her creative hobbies and work, Olivia is also passionate about volunteering for environmental charities and cooking.
Rich is a down to earth lad, a bit of a cheeky chap, with the ability to voice comical, clubby, college and in your face reads as well as warm reassuring reads, with a bit of gravitas. His work has included voicing for commercial radio networks in the UK, Dubai and Monaco. Rich also voices for corporate videos and on-hold messaging. Over the last 20 years Rich has worked in the entertainments industry both in the UK and Spain and presented his own TV show for Living in Spain TV. With a background in commercial radio production Rich understands the creative process of bringing a script to life and this is evident in his approach to voice work.
Michaela is Manchester based actress who graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in 2013. Her native accent is general northern, however she has a good ear with most regional and european accents. She has extensive experience in stage, screen and voice over. Some of her theatre, TV and commercial credits include; Nina in 'Lost Boy Racer' (Manchester Lowry/Yorkshire tour), Carrie Hall in BBC's 'Doctors', Ellie Crown in the feature film 'The Dark Below' and 'There's A Beer For That' campaign directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Raised in Atlantic Canada, Ruthie’s warm and friendly personality is evident in her voice. Her rich, alto tone with a pinch of huskiness, offer a relaxed, casual sound that lends itself to a broad audience for contemporary ads, audio books, and radio. Contrasting this, she is also able to deliver an energised and engaged character sound in her narrations. As a professional actress and singer, with a master's degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, she is incredibly versatile and adaptable in the studio.
A neutral Scots accent, with a fresh and lively persuasion, Steve's engaging Scottish lilt brings sincerity and life to any project. Steve has many years of top industry experience, voicing TV and radio commercials; station imaging; educational, corporate and event material for producers all over the UK.
Thomas is a young, quintessentially British actor with an extremely charming and trustworthy voice that has a great range. Thomas has a lot of experience on both stage and screen. On stage he has worked on a range of projects from classical texts to cutting edge new writing at the Hampstead Theatre. On screen he has worked across TV and Film. His experience makes him the perfect Voiceover artist who will bring a youthful energy and depth of storytelling to any campaign. Thomas grew up in North Nottinghamshire and has a philosophy degree from Newcastle University. He has continued his training at the Actors centre and the Actors Temple London since completing his drama training at Drama Studio London.
Alice is a Manchester based actress who trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her career has involved a wide variety of projects from open air Shakespeare to live radio drama. Her voice is often described as bright and authoritative, though she has also been asked to play children/teenagers quite regularly. Her accent is basically neutral with just a slight Northern strut vowel.
It bodes well for Glen that his Dad is English and his Mum is Scottish, he naturally has a versatile range of accents and voice styles. Plus, as a live radio broadcaster for 20 years on Real/Century Radio, Radio City in Liverpool, Rock FM in Lancs AND MFM in North Wales Glen also has the ability to think on his feet and deliver your reads in a conversational, warm and engaging style.
Recently, Glen joined the TV show 'Most Haunted' and will be appearing alongside Yvette Fielding and Karl Beattie as the programmes sceptic to provide a balanced perspective at each location. The ten episodes will be broadcast on UKTV's 'Really' channel from June 2015 - and there'll be another ten shows in the Autumn (ready for Halloween?!)
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