VOICE OVER & THEATRE
As a native speaker of British English, and an actor,
I have been doing voiceover work since 2008.
Scroll down for voice samples. And scroll down further to see some of my experience performing.
Work includes voicing Corporate online platforms or instruction manuals, e.g. for UBS, Credit Suisse, VW, DHL; Children's books; Advertising layouts (e.g. P&G Oral B, Pampers, Volvic, Febreze).
In addition, I have been employed to voice Samantha Cameron (wife of British ex-PM David) for ZDF, The Queen for the English Theater Frankfurt and Margaret Thatcher for Frankfurt English Speaking Theater.
If you are interested in working with me please get in touch for a quote
My interest in spoken theatre started early, taking acting lessons as a child and participating in various drama competitions, later passing exams of the Poetry Society and LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art); and as a student performing in German (Marie in Büchner's Woyzeck). Over the years I have performed in London, Frankfurt and other European locations, including at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. And going against received wisdom, I am performing in one of my own plays An English Angst, at the Kulturhaus Frankfurt on these dates in 2022: May 19, 25, June 18, 19, 24, 25.
Some Press Reviews
From 10 years working with the boothwessel production company, in various plays by the brilliant comedy writer Stewart Booth. For example in 2008 For Better Or For Worse, and in 2012, Him, which we took to Edinburgh. More recently I have also worked with the theatre ensemble Shakespeare Frankfurt, playing Hovstad in Enemy of the People (Ibsen), Ross in Macbeth (Shakespeare), and Hecuba in Trojan Women (Euripides).
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Here is a compilation video of my performances in boothwessel productions between 2004-2015
The Vagina Monologues
I was lucky enough to be involved in the first English language production of TVM in Frankfurt, back in 2004. Myself and four other performers had the experience of a lifetime. On that day, nervously wondering if 50 or so would turn up, and if so, how they would respond to the outrageous things we were going to say on stage. Then on that evening we were overwhelmed by an audience of 500, with our colleagues backstage hurriedly rushing to put out (a lot of) extra chairs. We raised awareness, money for the cause, and had a performance experience I for one will never forget. After this, I was involved in subsequent successful productions, a couple of which I also directed. For example: 2006, 2009.