We have a large selection of British English male and female voiceover talents for recording UK English TVCs, online commercials and corporate voiceover projects. Listed below are some of our most popular artists.
If you cannot find the right voice for your project on the list below, please use the ‘Contact us’ form at the bottom of this page to request more project specific casting options.
Graham has a very flexible British and Scottish range of accents and is perfect for commercials and corporate work.
He works from a broadcast studio which provides R128 compliant mixes for TVCs and is normally available on a daily basis.
Chris is one of the UK's busiest TV continuity producer and voiceover artist. He has a warm, yet mildly authoritative style and tone which is perfect for TV ads, corporate, promos and documentaries. He is also very flexible, can do a hard sell perfectly well.read more
Libbie has a warm, youthful and upbeat tone which resonates with her clients. Praised for her energetic and funky voice samples, Libbie is proven to be professional and versatile for your next voiceover project.
With a smooth voice for radio, including working with clients such as: Spotify, Fisher Price, Shell, Audible and many more. Libbie has also voiced for Ticketline’s on hold IVR, TV and corporate videos.read more
Warm, velvety, captivating, professional and versatile – Juliet has nearly twenty years experience working as an actress in the West End. Her voice work covers a broad range from BBC Radio Drama (inc.”The Afternoon Play”, “Short Story”and lots of Radio Dramas, playing RP, Northern, Scottish and Australian characters, to corporate, IVR, kids and animals!
Juliet is the current voice for all of TalkTalk’s on hold stuff and Hilton Hotels. Juliet thrives on variety and can produce any type of accent if creatively briefed!
To get an immediate quote for any of our voiceover services, please contact us by providing as much information about your project requirements including your chosen voice over artists on the form below.