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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
£550.00 per hour+ £6.50 booking fee
Artist BiographyA warm voice with a cool and confident delivery style. Clare's is a voice you hear across the UK and globally - TV and radio commercials, TV documentary narration, corporate, explainers, museum and heritage work. Her sound is relatable and she excels at making complex things feel easy.
Clients Include: Including:, Facebook, Colgate, Mitchum, Mastercard, Booking.com
Artist BiographyAward winning world class British VO, Joanne offers a fresh & confident read and has a strong ability to sound natural & conversational.
Clients Include: Coca Cola, Google, Barclaycard, Cisco, Deloitte, Virgin Media, Toyota & Lexus, DHL, Ikea, AXA, Zurich
£500.00 per hour+ £6.50 booking fee
Artist BiographyFemale voiceover actress available for TV, radio, and Internet commercials, on-air network promos, radio imaging, web explainer videos, and more. Bright, youthful, energetic, conversational, millennial, and genuine voice. ISDN, Source-Connect, and ipDTL.
Clients Include: TJX Companies, Panera Catering, Wakefern Food Corporation, Epson, Shutterfly, LGM Games
£350.00 per hour+ £6.50 booking fee
Artist BiographyRachel is a trusted and experienced British voice artist with her own broadcast quality recording studio. Her voice style is warm, trustworthy and informative, upbeat and friendly. She can turn on the sass, if required!
Clients Include: Nintendo, Google, Shell, Transport for London, Roche Pharmaceutical