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Mark R - Voice Artist
Mark is an award-winning, highly experienced voiceover artist and TV presenter. In 2018, Mark won the One Voice Award for Best Overall Performance in IVR/Telephony - and works for a number of large telephony companies.
From his studios in Oxfordshire, he voices a wide variety of projects including corporate videos, TV and radio commercials, explainer videos, e-learning, podcast intros, live show announcements, video game characters, sales training, telephone messages and programme narration.
For many years Mark was the network continuity voice of British Forces TV, Challenge TV in the UK and the presenter of "Entertainment Now" for Associated Press TV.
He's voiced a wide range of characters for games and animations - from a happy cartoon bear to a cat commentator as well as a werewolf, an android and a pirate - plus he's an award-winning Santa Claus voiceover! He also specialises in the 1940's newsreader style that you hear on classic Pathé newsreels, British Movietone News and old BBC archive. He can even add authentic vintage crackle!
Guy Next Door, Telephone Message, E-Learning, Friendly, News Reel, Yorkshire accent, American accent, Estuary, Cockney accent, Soft Sell, Commentary, Documentary, Christmas, Character, Commerical, Hard Sell, Posh, Voice of God
Mark R - Voice Artist
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