Narrator Director: Matthew Renshaw I adore the world of Warhammer, so being asked back to help narrate this anthology, reading the manuscripts of Jonas Worden, was a real delight. Read alongside Stephen Perring, Penelope Rawlins, and Emma Gregory.
Lies of P
'Mad Donkey' Director: Mark Healy When I first saw the announcement trailer for Lies of P at gamescom 2022, I was completely blown away. A Pinocchio soulsborne?? What?! So being given the role of Mad Donkey, the first human boss you encounter in-game, was an absolute delight.
'Erebus' & Enemy Soldiers Director: Natalie Winters I'm a big scaredy baby when it comes to Horror media, so I was a bit apprehensive when it came to recording Ad Infinitum. Fortunately, they gave me the part of the scary demon Erebus, so instead of living out my nightmare of being chased, I got to do the chasing. Gang, it ruled.
Baldur's Gate III
'Thindo Vintervur' & Others Directors: Beth Park, Thomas Mitchells, Conor Neaves, Neil Newbon, Sacha Plaige I play DnD twice a week, in two different groups. So being asked to become a real part of the Forgotten Realms in Baldur's Gate 3 was an incredible moment, and one I won't forget any time soon. Especially as, when preparing to play Thindo Vintervur, director Neil Newbon looked at me and said "Right. What do you think of him being Lord Flashheart...?"
AH: Annihilation Instinct
'Rafik' & Others Director: Mark Estdale Playing Rafik meant my first bit of voice-matching in my career: an extremely fun, if daunting, task to match the original excellent performance. In addition to this camp butler-type, I also played a Russian Cosmonaut, an East-Coast gangster, and a profanity-stricken bartender!
SH: The Awakened
'Mycroft' & 'Barnes' Director: Delyth Thomas Playing Mycroft Holmes to Alex Jordan's Sherlock has been one of the highlights of my professional career. So it was a dream to be asked to reprise the role, in addition to taking on the mantle of the nervous bookseller Barnes.
'Strazos' Director: Adam Chapman Having played a wide range of human characters throughout my career, it was a real delight to unleash my inner demon and play Strazos in the Destruction's Wake update for Diablo Immortal.
'Kenneric' Director: Andrea Toyias To give you an idea of how much I love Blizzard's games, I'll tell you a fact: I partially wrote my dissertation on World of Warcraft. So being asked to play a part in Diablo Immortal was an absolute dream come true, and you can hear me every time you go to engage with the new fishing merchants!
Simlar Player Character Director: Thomas Mitchells Having played video games since I was three years old, it has always been a dream of mine to play a Player Character. Thanks to Natalie Beran and OMUK, I was finally able to realise that dream in Ravenbound. An open-world roguelite, hear my grunts and efforts as you die, and die, and die!
Doctor Who: Edge of the War
'Armand Barbier' Director: Ken Bentley Having been a fan of Doctor Who since its relaunch in 2005, I was absolutely delighted to be asked by Ken Bentley at Big Finish to play Armand Barbier in The Edge of the War, alongside Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor, and Janet Fielding as Tessa.
The Graveyard Route
'Thomas Pittford' Director: Ella Watts I've always loved video games and audio dramas. Zombies, Run!'s effortless blend of the two, combined with the opportunity to finally work with the fantastic Ella Watts, made this job an absolute joy. I can't wait for you to find out more about Thomas Pittford.
Angels of Death: Origins
'Arkens' & 'Griess' Director: Matthew Renshaw & Chris Dann I adored the opportunity to play these wildly different characters in this utterly gorgeous prequel to the hit animation series 'Angels of Death'. My first animation work, and hopefully not my last.
'Alexander' Director: Adam Gubman I first met Adam in San Francisco in 2019, so I was delighted when we finally were able to work together on the emotes and reactions for Alexander in Spyke Games' 'Royal Riches'.
Future Lab Commercials
Commercial Narration Director: Erika Gajda Having worked with Somethin' Else Productions for some time now on The Economist, I was delighted to be asked to narrate the Randox commercials for Season Two of the Future Lab podcast.
Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One
'Mycroft Holmes' Director: Sasha James I mean: what is there to say? My first professional video game job, in the cultural institution of Sherlock Holmes. I've always loved the character of Mycroft - insanely intelligent without ever having to leave his Diogenes Club - and so being cast by the wonderful folks at OMUK and Frogwares was literally a dream come true. It is an honour.
Cain's Last Stand
Narrator Director: Matthew Renshaw Having worked with Matt and Black Library before on a number of audio dramas, I can't express how excited I was to join the phenomenal stable of narrators for the Warhammer audiobooks. Read alongside Stephen Perring, Penelope Rawlins, Richard Reed & John Banks.
'Mack Siren' Director: Fred Greenhalgh I met Fred while working on The Sandman with Dirk Maggs, and we've been wanting to work together since. So imagine my glee when Fred offered me the part of Mack Siren in Season 2 of his excellent kid-friendly audio drama Dream Breachers, written by Tara Altebrando. Playing this ancient Breacher from the golden age of piracy was a true joy, and I can only hope his story continues in future seasons.
'Krog Clyde' & Others Director: Andrew Mark Sewell During last year's rolling lockdowns, I was lucky enough to be introduced to B7 Media, Andrew Mark Sewell and Helen Quigley. They ran a series of online readings which were all incredible fun, and I thought to myself: "God, I'd like to work with them properly." Well, fortunately, they felt the same. And so, in the forthcoming audio drama adaptation of Venna's Planet, alongside old friends and new, I'll be playing Krog Clyde, among others, who may or may not have a run in with Venna herself...
A Weekend in March
'Josh' Director: Adam Hemming Commissioned by The Space, 'Amalgam' was a free exhibition put on by Frequency Theatre, wherein three writers wrote audio dramas in response to artwork. I was incredibly fortunate to play the lead role of Josh in 'A Weekend in March', and although the exhibition is now over, I do hope you give the drama a listen. It's twenty minutes, warm, and free. What more could you ask for?
The Economist Digital
Narrator Producer: Dan Freeman Starting in May 2021, I am one of the readers for The Economist magazine's Digital Edition. Released weekly, The Economist covers a wide range of geographical, political, and artistic topics. Becoming a part of the talent pool for The Economist is one of my proudest professional achievements so far.
Narrator Director: Kat Rose-Martin Publisher: Audible/Alexa A collaboration between Audible and Alexa, I was delighted to voice of the bedtime Fairy Tale 'Rumpelstiltskin'. Simply say 'Alexa, read me a bedtime story' and my reading could come through. As a huge fan of dark fairy tales, I adored this job.
Trailer Voice Over Director: Ari Haber Published by: Shakespeare's Globe I've been a fan of the Globe since my first visit in 2013 to see their production of Julius Caesar, so being asked to narrate their trailer for the incredible 'Midnight Matinée' experience was a real... Dream.
RADIANT: Offline Battle Arena
Trailer Voice Over Director: Jack Murray Publisher: Heel Turn Games I'm a huge fan of Tabletop Games, so voicing the Kickstarter campaign trailer for the Champion Edition of Heel Turn Games' ROBA was a rare and unexpected delight... Even if I'm terrible at the game itself.
'Demetrius' & Others Director: Dirk Maggs Publisher: Audible After our work on Hitchhiker's, I was delighted to be asked by Dirk Maggs to be a part of his incredible Audible/DC Comics epic 'The Sandman', based on the comics by Neil Gaiman. Being able to play a number of characters and explore my vocal range was a true gift.
'Dimesh' Director: Matthew Renshaw Publisher: Black Library I was so excited to become a part of the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar universe. Playing Dimesh as the foppish, foolish poet who met his grisly end was such a joy. Who doesn't love a death rattle?