Ruth Urquhart

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.

Chris Duke

Chris is your friend inside the speakers. He has the warmth and professionalism expected from a voiceover artist, but can convey that cheeky chappy persona just as well. His natural Scottish accent brings out that charm needed in a voice. He is at ease presenting all kinds of work, be it on air Radio to radio commercials and promotions, corporate narrations, telephone IVR systems and announcements

Sarah Jane Duncan

Sarah Jane Duncan is a Scottish actress; she graduated from ALRA with distinction in 2013 and since has worked in theatre, film and TV. She has played a wide range of characters from a devout Christian to a manipulative voice inside someone’s head. Her native accent is Scottish but she has also been trained in a northern and an RP. Sarah had to use her Northern accent working with BBC One in ‘From Darkness’ as the show is based in Manchester. She likes to challenge herself with her acting roles and dedicates herself to each one.

Steve Henderson

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.

Emma Laidlaw

Emma is originally from Edinburgh and has been living and working in Manchester as a professional actress for a number of years. Having had a varied career so far ranging from outdoor Shakespeare to Crimewatch for the BBC, she has plenty of performing experience that she puts to good use in her Voice overs. She has a versatile voice with a soft Edinburgh accent ideal for many things from soft sell and sensual to corporate or radio drama. She has a number of accents under her belt including RP, Glaswegian, American and Northern Irish. Emma's voice over work includes Scottish Cottages and audio book 'Tiny Acts of Love'.

Glen Hunt

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?!)

Graeme Easton

Graeme is an experienced presenter and announcer with an excellent portfolio built up from working at major sporting events throughout the UK, including a stint as the event announcer for beach volleyball at the London 2012 Olympics! With quite a few years of voiceovers under his belt, his main love is adding a bit of Scottish spice to sporting pieces; he's the voice you'll hear at a huge variety of sports events including at Scotland's Hampden and Murrayfield Stadiums and also, has his own show on RockSport (dab and online) every Sunday from 6pm - 9pm.

Jim Gellatly

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.


Gerry McLaughlin is a core cast member of BBC Scotland sketch comedies 'Burnistoun' and 'Only An Excuse?'. In theatre he has worked with The National Theatre of Scotland and The Lowry. Other TV credits include 'The Crash' 'Shameless' 'The Accused' 'Badults' 'River City'. Being a Glasgow native, but raised in the North West and South of England has been a key factor in his ability with accents, while years singing in blues and rock bands have attributed to his warm gravelly vocal.

Kirsten Hazel Smith

Kirsten grew up in Paris to Scottish parents and sounds as authentic in French as she does in Scots! She's worked with theatre directors Max Stafford-Clark, Richard Eyre, Irina Brown, Jonathan Kent and rising-star stand-up comedian Sara Pascoe (Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You, QI) and is currently appearing in Channel 4's 'The Shooting Gallery', plus the multi-award-winning short film 'The Boy with a Camera for a Face' narrated by Steven Berkoff.