Roberta Palumbo

Roberta is a versatile British-Italian actress. Born in Yorkshire but raised on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily, she calls herself an Anglo-Sicilian. Acting and languages are her main passions and she acts in fluent Italian,  English, French, and Spanish. She graduated with an MA in Acting (Performance) at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and previously studied theatre at the Cours Florent in Paris. Her voice is smooth, velvety, and charismatic. Her broad range of Italian accents can shift from standard Italian to Sicilian, and she can speak RP English and English with an Italian accent.

Candela Gomez

Candela Gomez is a bilingual actress and Voice Over Artist from Malaga, Spain. She trained at Juan Carlos Corazza's Actors Studio, in Madrid. She has appeared in Theatre Productions like The Trojan Women, Lysistrata, Blood Wedding,The Judge of the Divorces & Others, and The House of Bernarda Alba. Candela played a leading role in the Musical Feature Film “SOLO!” directed by Nic Cornwall (2016). Her voiceover work includes the narration of audiobooks, short films, installation art narrations and corporate projects.

Elsa Ochoa

Elsa has more than fifteen years of acting experience and as a voice-over artist. Seven of those years, she was acting in Spain with the theatre chair at Salamanca University, run by the acclaimed theatre writer Martin Recuerda. She's also written and acted in several plays, such as “Un Dia en la Vida de una Madre Soltera” (“A day in the Live of a Single Mother”), which have been performed in a number of venues in Asturias, Spain.

Alexander Rodriguez

Alexander is a very experienced Spanish voiceover, whose clients range from computer games to corporate and medical pieces. He's also a trained singer too!

Conchi Diaz-Perez

Conchi is a Spanish Translator and Interpreter living in London. She has always been involved with the arts, especially cinema, music and theatre. Her passion for good conversation and languages took her to study translation and Interpreting. Conchi combines her present translating job with broadcasting for Radio X.

Juan Ayala

Juan is a native Spanish, based between London and Madrid. He works as a professional actor in theatre productions, as well as director and set designer. His vocal style is friendly, warm, with gravitas and confidence. Juan mainly does corporate and commercial voiceovers, with some characters for videogames or cartoons.

Paula Rodriguez

After graduating from RESAD in 2007, Paula collaborated with a variety of companies in Madrid. Since 2009, she has been part of ‘DELABARCA’, Comapny specializing in Spanish Classics. In 2012 Paula worked with ‘THE NATIONAL CLASSICAL THETARE COMPANY’. Participating in series like ‘Cuéntame cómo pasó’ and ‘Nada que celebrar’. She then continued her training with masters from "SITI Company" of New York and working with Canadian director Jeremy James, among others. She then moved in 2013 to England where she began a second MA in acting at The Royal School of Speech & Drama, which she gained a full scholarship from La Caixa . Currently Paula is working in ‘DOMINUS’ by Luis Bekard, premiered at ‘THEATRE 503’. She also collaborates with companies such as ‘THE SPANISH TEHATRE COMPANY’, ‘UNDERCONSTUCTION’, ‘LITTLE WORLD TEHATRE’ or ‘CASA FESTIVAL’. She has worked as a voice over for the last five years with companies such as DIAS or FSC.

Alberto Iriarte

Trained in Madrid and fluent in both regular and Castilian Spanish, Alberto has been working both in the commercial and corporate world since graduating from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid/UNED.

Miguel A. Mesa

Miguel has always been passionate about Media. He has a BA in Film and Media (Birkbeck University, London) and has experience as an actor, director and screenwriter in short films. He studied in the London Spanish Theatre Company, participated in several theatre plays and collaborated weekly during 5 years as a film critic/interviewer for a Spanish newspaper in London. In Spain he was the producer, director and host of a TV program of three episodes about Spanish people living in London called “Almonteños en Londres”; In 2017 he published “Ridículas palabras de amor”, a book of romantic poetic prose . Currently he works as Digital Content Administrator for UK Warner Bros. 

Mateo Rufino

Originally from Spain, Mateo Rufino trained at Cristina Rota Drama School in Madrid. After filming more than a dozen short films, he made his first steps in cinema with Nestor F. Dennis in "Crisis". Since moving to London he further trained at the Actors Temple with Gary Condes and later continued to train independently with Tom Radcliffe. Recent credits include the BBC series "The Musketeers" and feature films The Spoiler (Katharine Collins), The Hunter's Prayer (Jonathan Mostow) and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (Christopher McQuarrie). His theatre credits include the musical The Plagues Of Egypt (Nono Gándara), the staged reading of Olvida Los Tambores with Jorge de Juan and The Spanish Theatre Company in London, and Rock Paper Scissors (Olga Nikora), directed by Kate Bannister.