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Jamie Aditya
Melbourne

Jamie is an accomplished comedic voice actor known for the award winning children’s animation series “Kitty Is Not A Cat” voicing multiple characters. The series won “Best Animated Series Production Of The Year” at the prestigious 18th “Annual Screen Producers Australia” awards.


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Dash Kruck
Sydney

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.

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Zac Boulton
Brisbane

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.

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Chris Crickmay
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.

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Tom Cossettini
Sydney

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.

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Jeriya Benn
Melbourne

Jeriya has a sweet, vibrant voice with a bit of attitude. She is proficient at both US and Australian accents. She is best known for voicing the character of Oleander in the Canadian/Australian animated kids series “Big Words, Small Stories”.

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Guy Langford
Melbourne – home studio available

Guy is a vocal gymnast: able to twist, bend, and throw his voice through the hoops of your brief! He’s recorded children’s stories for Radio NZ, voiced monsters for Power Rangers, MC’d live-shows at festivals and hosted corporate events… even given Tarot card readings as a Scottish female fortune teller! On stage, he’s played iconic characters including Harry Potter, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Sherlock Holmes. He’s also an accomplished singer, having won three Barbershop Quartet gold medals.

With his command of rhythm, tone, and vocal texture, as well as his ability to take direction, improvise, and make interesting offers, Guy is an indispensable voice talent.

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Joelene Crnogorac
Gold Coast

Joelene is gifted with a huge array of character voices from eccentric old ladies to young boys. Trained in the US, her range of accents is also impressive. Most recently she voiced the character of Aunt Mamie for the US animated series American Girl Doll for Apartment D Films.

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Monica Sayers
Sydney

Monica is an extraordinary vocal chameleon. Her commercial reads range from earthy and sincere to sexy and smooth – perfect for retail, PSA’s and corporate narration. But it is her extensive range of character voices, from children to old ladies, Singaporean singles to Chinese grandmas, that will blow you away.

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Amali Humphrey
Brisbane

Amali has a youthful and exuberant voice and is best known for voicing the character of Coco, the not very bright poodle in the award-winning series for kids “Bluey”.

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Paul Grabovac
Sydney

Paul is proficient at story-telling for young children and can voice multiple characters – young and old – for animation.

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John Samaha
Sydney – home studio available

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 and numerous commercials, corporate videos and training films. If you need a solid go-to character voice with a cornucopia of accents at the ready, John Samaha is your guy.

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Cody Ross
Sydney

Cody is a wonderful comedic actor and voice artist with a wide array of character voices and accents at his disposal. His resonant and commanding voice is perfect for powerful characters – hero or villain – and his mastery of comic accents means that he is able to voice multiple characters with ease.

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Rijen Laine
Brisbane – Home studio available

Rijen is a master of vocal gymnastics and can voice characters ranging from evil overlords and blokey Aussies to effete aristocrats and simpering minions with ease. He is proficient in many accents and can deliver character work to specific briefs upon request.

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