Peter Twist

With many years experience, Peter is an old hand at voiceover. Starting his career in the 80s, he survived the 90s... and now works for a multitude of corporate and commercial clients.

David Hulme

David has a well spoken, mature, warm, yet authoritive voice, confidently presented with a convincing and reassuring manner well suited to varied corporate and narrative work. His articulate, versatile and friendly voice also adapts well both to commercial and descriptive work.

Sini Manner

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.

Heather Burns

Although she was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California, Heather isn't your average American girl. She has been living and studying in the UK for five years where she began studying musical theatre in Liverpool. She then studied Acting for Live and Recording Media at The Arden School of Theatre in Manchester, where she is currently based. Her voice is warm and trusting.

Chris Hawkins

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.

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Cromerty York

Cromerty left the UK at 19 as part of her IT degree and lived in Germany. From there, she moved to Luxembourg, working for the EU. After that saw a very enjoyable stay in Australia where she managed to get bitten by a spider and gained both a husband and a small child. A year in Geneva followed, with 5 years then in Minnesota. Finally, she has arrived back in the UK, and now lives in the rolling moors of North Yorkshire. She has been doing voiceover now for 10 years, having been trained in the USA. She has an elegant and approachable voice, which is friendly and warm, with both RP and her native northern accent being in demand. She is also fluent in French, German and Spanish, which has proved very useful in liaising with foreign studios.

Barbera Appleton

With years of stage and musical experience, plus TV, film, commercials, training and information videos Barbara offers a warm and versatile vocal delivery coupled with a mezzo-soprano singing voice. She is equally at home with documentary, information or commercial material.

David Appleton

German TV, David has a warm and versatile RP voice which is well suited to documentaries, commercials and information material. He also can provide a range of character creation and accents particularly Northern ( Yorkshire, Tyneside, Scottish) reflecting his Norther heritage

Olivia Roberts

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.

Richard O’Donoghue

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.