Featured Talent

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

  • Jack Gordon

    Jack recently finished ‘The Flood’, a film starring Lena Headey and Iain Glenn, due for release later this year. Having graduated from RADA, Jack starred in Phillip Ridley’s ‘Heartless’ and was soon awarded Screen International Star of Tomorrow. More recently, he is perhaps best known for his performance in ‘Northern Soul’ playing opposite Ricky Tomlinson. The ever-versatile Jack also portrayed Ronnie Biggs, the most infamous member of the gang, depicted in BBC's ‘The Great Train Robbery’.

  • Mark Restuccia

    A natural, upbeat and conversational sound.

    Mark is the brains behind the award winning cult podcast ‘Best in Galaxy’, which he not only writes, edits and produces, but voices over 10 characters on it. He spent 10 years on the stand-up circuit, had a sell out Edinburgh show, has appeared in a number of TV adverts and has some sharp improvisational skills. 

  • Kate Bell

    Kate Bell was a child star, like Bonnie Langford, and has been acting professionally since the age of twelve. She studied at the most notorious school in fiction... spending seven years playing the part of Kelly Bradshaw on BBC's 'Grange Hill'. 

    Kate enjoys honing her comedy improv craft on a regular basis performing as founder-member of Improv group All Made Up. She also dabbles in a bit of sketch writing and character stand-up comedy performing too.

  • Kerry Shale

    A hugely versatile North American voice over, with an extraordinary range of accents and styles. The Evening Standard calls him 'The best-known American voice on Radio 4'. He has played more characters in a single video game (Dog's Life) than any other actor (It's in the Guinness Book of Records!). Kerry has recorded hundreds of episodes of television animation, performed difficult & wacky voice-overs, accurate imitations (Speedy Gonzales, as approved by Warner Bros) and serious narration.

  • Lisa Kelly King

    A confident, husky, Manhattan gal with a touch of sass thrown in for good measure..

    Born and raised in the US, Lisa started acting at the tender age of 12 and signed with the Gilchrist Agency, New York. Having been pipped to the post by Chrisina Appleton for the part of Kelly Bundy on 'Married With Children', she decided to throw her hat in the ring for voiceovers - lucky us!

  • Steven Mackintosh

    Aspirational, understated & direct sound.

    Steven is a BAFTA nominated actor with an extensive and versatile career. He has recently played Alan Richards alongside Toni Collette in the new BBC/Netflix series 'Wanderlust', as well as playing Jim Warner in the highly acclaimed 'Kiri' for Channel 4. 

  • Billie Piper

    Alluring, vixenish & contemporary.

    Billie's TV credits include: Brona Croft in 'Penny Dreadful', Belle in 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl'; Rose, the doctor's assistant in 'Doctor Who'; 'Mansfield Park'; 'Shadow in the North'; 'Ruby in the Smoke'; 'Much Ado About Nothing'; 'Bella and the Boys' and 'The Millers Tale'.

  • Paul Stocker

    Paul is a cool and charming Northerner, who is natively a Manchunian but one that is also fluent in the accents of Lancashire, Liverpool and Yorkshire. A graduate from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Paul has developed into a bright young talent. Paul made his feature film debut in the multi award winning film 'Atonement' with Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, and also stars in the BAFTA award winning 'Mark of Cain'.

  • Amanda Holden

    With a bubbly, confident, contemporary sound, Amanda is an English actress, singer and presenter, best known as a judge on ITV's 'Britain's Got Talent' since it’s first series in 2007.

    Amanda played Sarah Trevanion in 'Wild at Heart' and the title role in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', for which she was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Theatre Award. More recently she has presented various TV shows including: 'Superstar', 'This Morning' (2014–present) and 'Give a Pet a Home'.

  • Robert Wolstenholme

    Robert has recently recorded a brand new showreel which shows off his warm, reassuring and friendly Lancashire accent more than ever before.

    As a voice, he's Pappa Bee in ITV1's kids' cartoon 'The Hive,' a somewhat dim-witted ogre in the video game 'Fable Legends' and a friendly dog in need of a home for Dogs Trust. He's also been the campaign voice of BBC Six Nations rugby and the Premier League.