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  • Katherine Parkinson is in Marie Curie biopic ‘Radioactive’

    ‘Radioactive’ is the incredible, true story of Marie Curie and her ground-breaking scientific achievements. In Paris, ...

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  • See Loud & Clear Talent in cult Crime Drama ‘The Alienist: Angel of Darkness’

    ‘Angel of Darkness’ the sequel to ‘The Alienist’, promises to be an unflinching, gripping, ...

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  • Loud & Clear’s Voice Talent star in New DreamWorks Animation ‘Rhyme Time Town’

    Fun-loving friends Daisy and Cole use music and imagination to solve problems in a town filled with nursery rhyme characters. See ...

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  • Loud & Clear Voices is open for business!

    Loud & Clear Voices have over 100 voiceover artists with access to a home studio set-up, including some with Source Connect ...

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  • Adam James is in new BBC drama ‘I May Destroy You’

    Written by and starring Michaela Coel, ‘I May Destroy You’ centres on Arabella, a care-free, self-assured Londoner ...

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New voices

  • Jason Barnett

    40/50's London/RP Characterful/Relaxed/Bright

  • Dakota Blue Richards

    20/30's Neutral/RP, Elegant/Compelling/Assured

  • Munroe Bergdorf

    20/30's Neutral, Contemporary/Clear/Warm

  • Bluey Robinson

    20/30's London, Current/Authentic/Dynamic

  • Emma Lowndes

    30/40's Northern, Believable/Honest/Likeable

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

Loud and Clear Voices is a London-based award winning voice over agency. We’ve hand-picked our voices from all areas of the media, so we’ve got some ... Read more →

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