Featured Talent

Our Featured Talent page showcases our new, exciting and available artists. Feast your ears!

  • Paapa Essiedu

    A measured, charismatic and smooth voice.

    After graduating from Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Londoner Paapa won the 2016 Ian Charleson Award for his title role in 'Hamlet' for the RSC. Since then he has gone from strength to strength, appearing in hit BBC drama ‘Press’ as Ed Washburn and in the amazing ‘The Convert’ at The Young Vic Theatre alongside our Ivanno Jeremiah. He will be making a return to the small screen soon in the upcoming ‘Gangs of London’.

  • Helen Baxendale

    Credible, engaging & articulate voice. With a familiar a voice as she has a face, Helen is probably best known for playing Rachel in 'Cold Feet' and Emily, the quintessential English rose, in the hugely successful American series 'Friends'. Believe it or not, Helen is actually a native Brummie...

    TV:
    Cold Feet | Friends | Cuckoo 

  • Stefan Ashton Frank

    The man who makes noise for a living. Stefan is one of the most established and experienced voices in the industry, who says it has 'taken him decades to become an overnight sensation doing what he loves to do', and he has decades worth of work on his website to prove it! He has voiced everything from Nat Geo documentaries to Multi BAFTA Award-winning Cartoon Network series such as 'The Amazing World of Gumball', in which he voices over 20 characters! 

     

  • Rose Williams

    Rose Williams is a British actress, best known as 'Princess Claude' from CW's 'Reign' and most recently 'Charlotte Heywood'; ITV's Austen heroine in the Andrew Davies adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Sanditon'. Earlier in 2019, Rose also played 'Faith Palladino', described as "the hardest character in the show", opposite Sean Bean in Sky One's action-drama series 'Curfew'. Rose is listed as one of Screen International's 'Stars of Tomorrow - 2019'. 

  • Tom Glynn-Carney

    Rising star Tom Glynn-Carney trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama before becoming well known for his roles in blockbuster features such as Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' and David Michod's 'The King'. He has also starred in Sam Mendes' production of 'The Ferryman' by Jez Butterworth in the West End and on Broadway, for which he won multiple awards including, 'The Evening Standard's Best Newcomer' and a 'Drama Desk for Best Supporting Actor'. 

  • Rosalind Eleazar

    Charismatic, cool & intelligent, Rosalind studied Mandarin and Spanish at Nottingham University before training at LAMDA - what a clever cloggs!

    Since graduating Rosalind's TV career has gone from strength to strength, which has seen her already feature in both the BAFTA-winning 'National Treasure' and the BAFTA-nominated 'NW'. Most recently she has appeared in 'Deep Water', 'Harlots', 'Rellik' and BBC period drama 'Howards End'.