David has a knack for impressions and accents, and an ability to take on any number of characters. His comic timing and improvisation skills are strong assets for voice-over.
Michael has a deep, masculine yet friendly tone that lends itself to products or projects that need authority plus warmth and likeability. Be it Wagga or London – and several places in between – Michael can give you an authentic accent. He has worked in both Australia and the U.K as a voice actor (ABC Radio, BBC Radio 4), and commercial VO artist.
Adriano’s voice has a deep richness and warm quality that forms a sense of intimacy and connection with the listener. An actor, writer and theatre-maker, Adriano is collaborative, inventive and adept at communicating the heart of every story.
John has been doing voice-overs – in multiple languages – in the USA, Canada and Australia for over 30 years. Fluent in Arabic, French and Spanish but with a native Aussie accent, John has recorded multiple character voices for animated series such as Alex Proyas’ Mystery Clock, as well as straight narrations for Master Card and Westpac, and numerous commercials, corporate videos and training films. If you need a solid go-to character voice, John Samaha is your guy.
Dash has an endearing and engaging vocal quality. He is sought after for his strong vocal characterisation and has a tremendous range – from youthful exuberance to a natural corporate sound. He has voiced characters for video games, animations, advertisements and long running kids’ television shows. Previous clients include the Seven Network, Beyond, the Queensland Government and various commercial retailers.
Noel has a uniquely adaptable voice, honed by over thirty years as an in-demand narrator of talking books for Vision Australia and commercial voice-over artist, enabling him to confidently move from straight reads to all sorts of character voicings and everything in between. He also has extensive experience in corporate narration and even managed to make the Tax Pack engaging!
Marty has decades of experience as a voice-over artist in commercial radio,
as an announcer and presenter on regional television and an actor and singer. He has a deep, authoritative voice that is also warm and approachable and is expert at the traditional radio sound!
Glen has an energetic voice that projects friendliness and fun. This lends itself to fast-paced voice-overs for retail sales and kids’ animation. As an experienced actor, Glen is adaptable and can take on a range of characters, tones and moods. He is also a native Kiwi and is often called on to voice commercials headed across the Ditch. At the core of all of his reads is a realness and a genuine warmth.
Syd is an Australian comedy legend, a veteran of stage, screen and soundwaves with a thousand unforgettable characters at the tip of his tongue. The go-to guy for the quintessential Aussie bloke-blue-collar or white-Syd can inject life and likeability into any script. You may have also seen him recently playing the hapless Manuel in John Cleese’s Fawlty Towers Live-just one of the many brilliant accents and characterisations Syd can whip out of his bag of tricks.
Zack Anthony Curran
Zack has a fresh young sound that will appeal to the Millennial market. A relaxed energy and approachable demeanour make his voice stand out from the crowd when it comes to creating brand loyalty without the hard sell. Oh and he’s also a fabulous singer!
Michael specializes in relaxed conversational reads that appeal to younger listeners who value authenticity over hype. He is also adept at myriad character voices for children’s animation
Specialising in the lovable Australian larrikin or old timer, Ron has a natural flair, energy and timing for comedy. He has over 20 years experience as an actor and has translated that experience into creating distinctive voice characters for radio and interactive commercial narrations for the tourism industry. He is probably best known as Betstar’s resident punter, Des.
Michael has a warm, friendly, masculine tone and the ability to deliver in a number of vocal styles. He is a seasoned voice actor with experience across cinema, radio and TV content.
Sam originally hails from the South of England and has kept his authentic middle-class accent but of course is also adept at RP and various regional UK dialects. He has a lovely informal, down-to-earth tone that suits commercial campaigns seeking no-nonsense authenticity but also can inject energy and humour into any script.
If you want the appealing Aussie guy-next-door then Cameron’s voice is what you’re looking for. Transitioning easily from educated to broad dialects, possessing an array of accents, and equally adept at corporate and commercial, character and narration. Cameron takes pride in his ability to deliver what is needed for the job and to delve into what every character needs.
Brisbane/Gold Coast – Home Studio available
Chris has an adaptable voice style and is adept at switching from high-octane sales pitches to warm and approachable dads, from mates down the pub to concerned PSAs. He is also experienced with corporate narration, e-learning reads and accents and character work for animation. Chris has been working in the media industry for over 25 years, is an experienced audio editor and has his own studio capable of producing professional-level content.
TV and Radio Reads
Accents and Character Voices
Jason has a masculine yet friendly voice that is able to portray an impressive array of styles, characters, accents and moods. As an experienced actor, Jason is equally adept at high energy sales reads, corporate and government training narrations and regional working-class character voices for radio drama or animation.
Zachary has an extensive vocal range and is excellent with character voices, accents as well as fun and silly voices. Zachary has played the characters Veles in the Xbox game Hand of Fate 2 by Defiant Development (2018), The Father in a podcast series My Fathers Wars by Elaine Akworth (2017) and Dweezil and Phil in Space Chickens in Space (2018). Zachary has an excellent ear and the ability to mimic, adapt and take direction well.
Dan is the quintessential Aussie bloke with a down-to-earth, tell-it-like-it-is, no BS kind of sound. Masculine, yet approachable and relateable, authoritative without sounding superior, knowledgeable and trustworthy.