Ruth was raised in Scotland with English parents, so can naturally switch between the two accents! Her forte is character and drama work but is also equally at home with straight narrative and is currently an audiobook narrator for Audible Inc and BeeAudio.
Peter was a bulletin news reader for BBC TV in the 1980’s, when TV cameras still were proud to be “in colour”, and he had more hair! He has many years’ experience as a broadcast presenter for both BBC & ITV Granada news.
Pedro Gonzalez-del-Valle is a voice talent and dubbing actor with more than 12 years of experience. He designed and developed the Corporate Sound-Identity of Principality of Asturias public radio (RPA). It meant the recording, mixing and editing of more than 3000 sound pieces. He also worked as a dubbing actor in TV series. Furthermore, he is a Sound Engineer and has worked in live control (theaters and broadcast), but he mostly specialized in recording and post-production techniques.
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.
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.
From gritty, tough guy to corporate and formal, from friendly and upbeat to wry and dry, George Orlando has been giving people what they need since 2004. Some of the clients who have hired him include Quick Check, Hoosier Tires, True Value, eLearning, Audible, Edge Studio, Line 6, Borders Books and Music, and Consult-A-Doctor. George began his work in the theatre, and has studied with top NY casting agents.
Ann is a voice artist, broadcaster and presenter known for her clear, bright, warm articulate style, which she layers with a sprinkling of modern sexy sophistication. This girl of many talents has a native RP and a wardrobe full of original accents, emotions and character voices which she uses to great effect on :commercials, continuity, promos, talking books and animation, for corporate giants such as Renault, O2, Thomson Holidays,Thomson Cruises, Motorola, and Virgin plus Bus.
Ann's accents of note include Scottish, which was used by First Scot Rail and her Northern accent for The Yorkshire Injury Lawyers TV campaign.
An experienced broadcaster and presenter with hundreds of hours of voiceover under her belt, Ann brings versatility, gravitas and a light touch to narration - perfect for corporate and long and short form programming and has worked with The International Maritime Organisation, The Haven breast cancer charity and GSK. as well as SKY TV, BBC, and FOX.
Liam's been recording voiceovers and audio for over 20 years making him one of the most popular Irish voice overs.
Every professional creative producer knows that no amount of marketing, equipment or gimmicks will ever equal experience and Liam promises quality, expertise and professionalism every time.
Vocal flexibility, superb range, premium voice quality, a passion for voice acting and many years of experience means Liam's crisp clear voice will make your audio production stand out from the competition whether its a hard, soft, corporate or character read.