Alan is a London born voice-over artist, now living in Slovakia. After serving 12 years in the British military, he then entered the field of corporate hospitality. In more recent years, Alan has worked around the world as a teacher of English. From a young age, he has been involved in the music industry as a singer, guitarist and lyricist.
Voice & Accent: Alan has a voice age of 40+. He has a London/neutral accent and can perform in Regional British/German/Australian/
Studio: His home studio contains, Peavey XR Studio mixer, New Rode NT1 Microphone, Focusrite Scarlett, Sony MDR dynamics, AFW Sound booth, Audition, Audacity
Stephen was born in London to Yorkshire parents, was brought up in North Wales, educated in Surrey and has lived in South Wales for over 40 years. He worked as an actor for eight years before becoming a voice-over in 1980. He has worked extensively in all fields of voice work for thirty-seven years - voicing in excess of 90,000 radio commercials, many hundreds of TV commercials and thousands of narrations for Corporate presentations and training programmes. Stephen is a highly experienced and professional voice, good at taking direction but also fun to work with.
Stephen’s voice trained doctors and nurses across the USA for ten years. He is the voice of a London rock producer in a Seattle museum and the voice of Captain Smith of the Titanic in another in Missouri. He has been the voice of Talking Telescopes around the UK and of Talking Lampposts in Brighton. He once mimicked Prince Charles, knowing he was going to hear it and was not sent to the Tower.
He is a skilled script adaptor, having prepared many UK Government White and Green Papers for recording for use by the blind. He has also adapted a presentation for Microsoft for UK usage. Stephen has designed the lip-synch script for over a hundred foreign films and TV episodes.
He is the official biographer of Gareth Hughes, the first Welsh Film Star, for which his research work has been recognised by the British Library and the National Library of Wales. he is also a World War One historian.
Voice & Accent: He has a warm, deep, friendly voice but is capable of a wide range of styles, pitches, characters, moods and impressions as well as a wide range of International and homegrown accents. He is more the cosmopolitan Brit than the Lord of the Manor.
Clients: Stephen voiced the wordwide TV and cinema campaign for Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince Video Game and has also voiced packages for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort. He also voiced the wizard on Lord of The Rings web videos for Lego. At Christmas, Stephen is one of the busiest radio Father Christmases in the UK, also recording phone-ins with children. He has provided many voices for animation and puppet programmes. In the 1980’s he voiced the lead in 78 episodes of Telecat for Disney and The Children’s Channel. Recently Stephen has voiced many videos for World of Warships and World of Tanks. Major clients of the last few years include Cobra Beer, Go Daddy, Chessington World of Adventures and as the voice for all Avis Car Rental’s UK phone systems.
Studio: His Home Studio is equipped with a Neumann TLM 170 microphone, a Mackie Onyx sound desk and Adobe Audition recording software. In addition to the ability to provide quality audio via download from his server, Stephen is equipped to voice live sessions via ISDN, Source Connect and iPDTL and can be directed via Skype if required.
Engaging, soothing, warm, seductive and reassuring. Sexy and smooth or street-smart with cutting-edge attitude.
Hard sell delivery, fast and attention-grabbing, in-your-face, funny, or moderately paced and Informative, calm, sympathetic and slow, with a natural accent placed somewhere between upper lower and lower middle class - but can comfortably go either way!
Denny's diction is clear throughout and he can impersonate a wide range of character voices, many regional accents of both gender, and most age groups, cartoon voices and cats and dogs!
David works full time as a freelance Voice-Over Artist but the path he’s taken to that has been a very circuitous one.... from photograpy, to social care and local theatre. He has spent 20 years working in production and live TV, writing, producing and/or directing anything from commercials to corporate information videos, training films, talk shows, game shows, news and music shows.
David started voicing himself when, after a fruitless search for “the voice” that a client was happy with, that same client suggested that David do it! Reluctantly he did and the rest is history. Since then, David has worked almost exclusively as a “mic-man” narrating award winning documentaries as well as numerous international commercials.
Drawing on his experience as a director who tried to get the best out of voice actors he’s now a voice artist who tries to give directors and clients exactly what they want.
Voice & Accent: David's voice is neutral rp/ English. He has a voice age of 40 - 60 and he can also offer an array of characters.
Clients: Pepsi, Jeep, Hyundai, BBC World plus many others.
As an articulate voice artist, Alastair brings his wealth of experience and talent to any project including corporate, training programmes, continuity and narrations. He has been the voice of documentaries, audio books and commercials with a style that is warm, engaging, authoritative and professional.
Alastair is also in demand as a radio presenter with his own two-hour weekly show for local radio in Wiltshire.
Voice & Accent: Alastair’s voice is neutral, reassuring and friendly. For corporate and educational projects he is authoritative, informative and engaging. He speaks conversational French and hails from Devon, so his accents include West Country and French.
Clients: Shell, Ikea, Allied Bakeries, Maplin, MTD Training, Sealed Air, Husqvarna, PPL Training, Challs, Lyca Mobile, Truephone Telecommunications, and Omega Travel.
Studio: From his professional home studio Alastair can provide files in mp3 or WAV format. He uses a Sontronics STC Condenser Microphone and edits using Adobe Audition
Jon is a deep, warm and experienced British Voiceover Artist with an acting background. Having trained at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, Jon covered all aspects of TV, radio and theatre performance.
Jon’s performed in many touring productions, both straight plays and comedies, appearing as Captain von Trapp in the centennial production of “The Sound of Music” at Lincoln Theatre Royal. He’s also played all the principal villains in pantomime across the country. To “The Manor Born”, “The Dick Emery Show”, “Fresh Fields” and “Never The Twain” are a few of the TV programmes he’s starred in. But perhaps his most high profile role was as DC Mike Dashwood in ITV’s hugely popular police drama “The Bill” from 1984 to 1992.
Jon has voiced many regional, national and international advertising campaigns, and has also appeared in dozens of TV commercials. Jon is also an accomplished corporate voice.
Voice & Accent: Jon has a neutral/rp mature British voice. His voice age is 40 to 60 years.
Clients: Engaging with companies such as Cadburys, British Medical Association, SMART, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, AstraZeneca and Videotel Marine International. Documentary narration includes “Storm Warning”, “Inferno”, and “What Went Wrong” for Channel 5, as well as several projects for Channel 4 and the History Channel.
Studio: Jon works shares a professional home studio equipped with sound booth, Neumann u87ai microphone, phone patch, Sykpe and iPDTL.
Nigel is based in London but has also lived and worked as an actor and voice talent in the USA for many years. His expertise and versatility make him in demand for a wide range of voiceover work, from commercials and corporate narration to e-learning and audiobooks.
Voice & Accents: He is skilled in many different characterisations and accents and is a fluent speaker of French and Spanish. He performs regularly in his native London RP, as well as UK accents including Cockney, Estuary, Manchester, Liverpool, Yorkshire, Edinburgh and Glaswegian Scots, Northern and Southern Irish and Welsh. In addition, he is adept at English with a French, Spanish, German, Russian, Australian and South African accent as well as many different US dialects. He has a voice age of 40 to 60.
As an audiobook narrator, Nigel’s numerous credits as a stage, screen and voiceover actor influence his powerful characterisation across a broad range of genres. He is the recipient of two Earphones Award from AudioFile Magazine.
Clients: Brilliance Audio, Tantor Media, Accenture, Kraft, The Twilight Zone Radio Show, Abbott Laboratories, United Airlines, US Cellular, Motorola, Assurant Health, St Vincent Hospital, Dacogen, Philip Morris.
Studio: Professional home studio, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface, Rode NT1 microphone, Apple Macintosh computers
"Nigel Patterson’s keen ear and impeccable diction give insights into the prevailing attitudes of the period… Patterson is at ease with the time shifts and flashbacks. He delivers all the right head-spinning twists and breathtaking turns, while his wholly credible characters stay with you long after you unplug."
AudioFile Magazine, Review of Schreiber’s Secret by Roger Radford
Tony is a professional actor in Film Theatre and TV, and a voice artist. He has many years experience in commercial voice work, having previously trained and worked in the BBC radio Drama and Schools Reps. He also has many corporate clients in UK and Europe.
Voice & Accent: Light, enthusiastic, character, fast and lively. His voice age is 40-60. Tony also offers a whole heap of characters and accents.
Studio: Tony has a full broadcast quality recording studio, with all media including ISDN Source Connect Audio TX and Can record to MP3 or WAV.
David is a London based UK television network announcer with over 25 years experience, currently freelancing for BBC 2. He has previously scripted and voiced for Channel4, Discovery, ITV and Channel 5 (opening voice).
Voice & Accent: David’s voice quality is articulate, classic and contemporary delivering a natural warmth and intelligence but his versatility means that he’s always happy to reveal darker tones when requested…
Clients: David has 2000+ narrator credits on documentaries created for History Channel and Nat Geo amongst others. He has additionally recorded business and medical voice-overs for hundreds of companies including Shell, BP, Ducati, Verifone, Rosetta Stone and Pfizers.
Glen has worked as a professional broadcaster in radio, television and in the corporate sector for many years and has worked across a variety of platforms from had news to shopping and travel television.
He started his broadcasting career in local radio and his journalistic background at Sky News and Meridian ITV puts him in a strong position where ‘authority’ and ‘gravitas’ is required. He prides himself on ‘a job well done’ and is friendly and easy to work with.
Glen is an accomplished voice-over artist and has a strong, powerful delivery, ideal for getting an important message across. Voice over work includes commercial ads, TV promos, presentations, infomercials, narration, corporate productions and multimedia productions.
Clients: BMW, London Weekend Television, Sky News, GMTV, TV Travel Shop, QVC, Meridian ITV, History Channel, National Geographic Channel, Screenshop, Orange, Post Office, Eastern Daily Press.
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