I have always loved to use my voice. Endlessly. No, really. As a child, I was notorious for it, and earned nicknames such as “Motor Mouth,” which I didn’t appreciate at the time.
I have since learned that it is indeed possible to exhale silently, and I’m quite good at it. But these days people tend to like what comes out when I don’t. And so I seek employment in this area.
I trained at the London and International School of Acting in West London from 1999-2000. I did some pantomimes and all the dues-paying early jobs that come with the territory of being fresh out of acting school. Then I stopped to have a couple of babies and stuff, you know, as tends to happen. I played around with performance when I was doing the Mum thing. I had a weekly podcast for two years, and I found that I really did enjoy the company of a microphone.
Now that the babies can fend for themselves, I am again free to do other things. Since 2014, I have continued to provide voice-over tutorial sections for several North American Train Sim World Core Product and DLC add-ons, which are listed in my CV. I have been told that I take direction well and I get the script ‘in the can’ in relatively few takes, making it a short session indeed. All of my sessions since the pandemic have been self-directed, needing very few re-takes, if any.
If this sounds like the kind of person you need for your project, please contact me.