Julia is an award winning Polish born and trained actress and voiceover artist based in London, fluent in Polish, English and German.Her natural vocal tone is relaxed, engaging, assured and captivating; however, as an experienced actress she is capable of a wide range of expressive voice characters from teens to 50 years of age.Her delivery is extremely versatile, from the voice of the main audio guide in the House of European History in Brussels to high-profile advertising campaigns (Intimissimi), IVR (Expedia), ADR (Amazon Prime), corporate training (Oracle) and language apps (Eurotalk). Julia has the capabilities to use a variety of different accents in English and German, such as Russian, Polish and other Eastern and Central European accents.Julia is also a classically trained musician and has a clear understanding of pitch and timing as well as improvisation.
Ronnie's voice is usually described as having 'attitude' but can also be smooth, warm and seductive. She moved from the South of France to London and trained with the London Academy of Voiceover & Radio. After being a guest on Resonance Radio, she hosted her own music and chat shows on Connection FM in Deptford and Watford Hospital Radio, where she was awarded "Presenter of the Year". From TV commercials for GHD and Oral B to spoken words on music, poetry, documentary narratives and audio guides, Ronnie's voice is versatile and can bring a little twist and uniqueness to any work.
Rosalie's voice is warm with character.
Native French actress, she also speaks English Spanish and Italian and can easily take accents, and create original voices for cartoons or kids.
After more than 10 years working in the Film/Theatre industry in France/UK, her extensive experience ranges from : comedy&original plays, a one woman show, feature films, TV commercials, radio, audiobooks, voice-over, dubbing, voice documentaries & singing.
Rosalie is currently writing and developing her own projects for screen and stage.
Caroline is a French actress and voice over artist who regularly works between London and Paris.
She trained at the Conservatory of Lyon before moving to the UK in 2011 to pursue her acting career.
Caroline has worked on numerous projects with high-profile clients such as Carte d’Or, Made.com, Carven, Huaweï, Netflix, Star of Service and Amazon Prime.
In 2017, she was chosen to be the French voice of Amanda Seyfried’s character in the movie “The Last Word” (“Adorables ennemies” in French) as well as Stefanie Martini’s character in the ITV mini series Doctor Thorne.
Sini is a versatile Kiwi voiceover artist with 20 years studio experience in both the UK and NZ, where she was a presenter/producer in alternative and commercial radio.
She can rock a range of styles from dynamic energetic hard-sell and contemporary attitude to warm and smooth, or conversational for narration and eLearning. Her client list has been as diverse as nappies to in-flight and e-Learning modules; TV continuity, game campaigns and mobile providers, to Mediterranean dance stations. She’s quite miffed that she didn’t get to do a kittie voice for a recent catfood commercial.
Recently decamped to Brighton from London to fulfil her sea-swimming urges, she voices in Kiwi, neutral British, & character accents from London studios or home. She's also a photographer enjoying working on some more alternative portraits.
Stef Bottinelli is a London based-Italian native. She moved to the UK at the age of 20 and studied drama at Brunel University. She also studied theatre at the Teatro Prova in Bergamo. Stef has done both theatre and screen acting, voice overs, singing and a little modelling. She has appeared in print ads for Sure deodorant, in feature film ‘Virtual Sexuality’ and various music videos.
Stef’s voice is deep, smooth, sexy and husky. She is Italian mother tongue and fluent in English and French.
Stef’s voice over work includes ads for Capital and Heart radios and corporate videos.
Stef is also a writer and works as a journalist and digital editor in London.
Stephen has been an actor since 1981, with a wealth of experience in theatre, television, film and radio. Among a dynamic and varied range of roles for BBC Radio Drama he played multiple characters in The Diary of Samuel Pepys. Recent television includes a recurring role in the first two seasons of Da Vinci’s Demons for the Starz Network and he can be seen in the new feature film Walking with the Enemy. A massive body of theatre work includes a best actor award for A View from The Bridge as well as performing wide-ranging parts in most of the theatres in the UK.
Sarah Naudi is a professional French / Maltese actress who grew up speaking 3 languages (English, French and Maltese) alongside studying German and Italian. Sarah has a clean fresh speaking voice which she maintains to keep up her vocal training. Sarah has experience in character performances in Italian , French, Latin American accents and RP .In terms of recording Sarah recorded a viral ad campaign in an RP accent for client Tom Oliver as well as a voice over for the Malta Experience in French and English.
Edyta first trained in the London BRIT School, where she was chosen for the final showcase at Trafalgar Studios. She started acting in TV series such as "The Bill" and moved on to star in the Channel 4 show ‘"Parliamo Glasgow". She subsequently landed more leading roles in BBC series "Doctors" and "The Sarah Jane Adventures" and most recent ITV's "The Bletchley Circle II". Making a break for film, Edyta acted in shorts "Nadya’s Circus’’ and the award winning "Crossing". Progressing into features, such as "Scratch", "The Comedian" and most recently "Byzantium" directed by Neil Jordan.