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Artist BiographyRandall L is an American voiceover talent living in the English countryside. He is able to work from his state of the art, ISDN/VOIP-linked studio for voicing commercials, narration, station imaging, internet, corporate, virals, apps, educational and gaming projects.
Clients Include: McDonalds, Lea & Perrins, Chrysler, Siemens, Budweiser, Eli Lilly
Artist BiographyTV Promo's & Continuity, Radio Ads, Infomercial presentations, Audio books, e-learning and more, if you need a voice with authority look no further, Glen has worked for them all, BBC, ITV, Sky News, QVC and others.
Clients Include: LBC Radio, Classic FM, Smooth Radio (Global News) BBC Radio, ITV 1 Meridian, Sky News, British Gas, Norton Antivirus
Artist BiographyGolden Voice of the BT Speaking Clock! Sara's warm, rich, tones are known worldwide and corporate & documentary narration is her forté. Recognizable as a BBC voice, including Horizon, her narration and commercial experience is far reaching & her character range is vast.
Clients Include: BBC, M&S, Royal Mint, Olay, B&Q, BBC2 Horizon, RAC, Bupa, BT, Sony, Virgin, Tempur, Victoria Plumb, Mothercare, Persil, NHS, Telegraph, Maserati, Wii
£400.00 per hour+ £6.50 booking fee
Artist BiographyRobert's naturally warm and inviting voice is extremely versatile and has been heard widely on radio, TV, corporate videos, documentaries and English language courses for many years.
Clients Include: Ribena, Horlicks, VW, British Heart Foundation, British Airways, Fable II (Xbox game), Witcher 2 (Xbox game)
Artist BiographyJoan is an award winning, inventive vocal chameleon; smoothly persuasive, crisply educational seductively charming - and more.
Clients Include: The BBC, Marks and Spencer, BUPA, British Council, Royal Academy, Palace of Westminster, Brittany Ferries