How often do you listen to a recorded voice?
...Jon Strickland could well be the voice-over on any of them.
A rich, unaccented voice. A good ear for accents & dialects. A quick eye for sight- & speed-reading. And a personality that's directable & good-humoured.
That's the raw material.
The finished product is a voice that's first choice when the vocal brief calls for corporate... blue-chip... sophisticated... prestigious... natural…warm... real... authoritative... intimate... informative... genuine... discerning... dry…cool... stylish... professional... dramatic... laid-back... dark-brown... documentary-style... etc..
(And - hopefully - last choice if you're after a meaningless shouty gabble.)
Thanks to modern audio technology, it's extraordinarily easy for you to link live to Jon Strickland's ISDN voice-booth, in the heart of the Cotswolds, UK - with multi-compatible CDQ Prima 120, Neumann U87 mic, etc. - from virtually any other studio in the world. And record your project in real-time.
Phone or email to find out just how easy...
As an actor, Jon Strickland has worked extensively on TV, radio & film, and at most major British theatres.
He's guested on popular shows such as Messiah 2, Casualty, Poirot, Dalziel & Pascoe, London's Burning, The Bill & Coronation Street; premiered the West End hit The Woman In Black; is an ex-member of the BBC Radio Drama Company, and has appeared in literally hundreds of programmes across the entire network, including the World Service.
(Agent: Sally Long Innes at I.C.M. London. +44 (0)207 636 6565)