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  • See Gavin Drea in Lorca’s most famous tragedy ‘Blood Wedding’ at the Young Vic

    A bride promised. A blood vow broken. The vengeance of a village unleashed. Passions and traditions collide with unstoppable ...

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  • Catherine Bailey is in exciting new action role playing video-game ‘GreedFall’

    The Old World is dying. The continent is polluted, overpopulated, and plagued by a deadly, incurable disease. Its weary population ...

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  • Crystal Clarke stars in the highly anticipated adaptation of Jane Austen’s ‘Sanditon’

    Written only months before Austen’s death in 1817, ‘Sanditon’ tells the story of the spirited and unconventional ...

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  • See Rich Keeble in ‘Criminal Audition’ as part of Frightfest 2019

    Criminal Audition follows an ex-lawyer and his team who run an underworld service, seeking the most desperate (and greedy) to ...

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  • Catch Ross Anderson in sleeper-hit movie of the summer ‘Crawl’

    When a massive hurricane hits her Florida hometown, Haley ignores evacuation orders to search for her missing father. Finding him ...

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New voices

  • Tom Deacon

    20/30's Neutral, Comedic/Engaging/Natural

  • Al Doyle

    40/50's Irish, Deep/Rich/Versatile

  • Chezzney Clarke

    Teen/20's London, Deep/Edgy/Cool

  • Georgina Campbell

    20/30's Northern/Neutral, Engaging/Husky/Warm

  • Ayoola Smart

    20/30's Irish, Universal/Compelling/Cool

Interesting fact

The major voice work for the character of E.T. in blockbuster film of the 80's with the same name was performed by Pat Welsh, an elderly woman who lived in Marin County, California. Welsh smoked two packets of cigarettes a day, which gave her voice a quality that sound effects creator Ben Burtt liked. She spent nine-and-a-half hours recording her part, and was paid $380 by Burtt for her services.

About us

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