Voice Over Artists

Kate S

Sex: Female

Union Status: Non Union

Accents: British

Dialects: BBC, Jane Austen British

Languages: English and French

City: Boston

State: Massachusetts

US Citizen: Yes

Ages Performed: Young Adult, Middle Age, Senior

Voiceover Genre: Animation, Audiobook, Automotive, Business, Character, Commercial, Corporate, Documentary, E-Learning, Explainer, Industrial, IVR, Medical, Narration, Promo, Video Games, Telephony/IVR





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Warm, reassuring and BRITISH. My soothing tones are just the ticket for commercials, product videos, documentaries, e-learning, audio books and more. Clients love my warm timbre for promotions and my authoritative friendliness for explainers. So, grab a “cuppa” and have a listen.

What my client's say:

"I’ve hired Kate on multiple projects and she is one of the most talented voice actors that I’ve worked with. She has great instincts and is very receptive to direction, which she executes flawlessly. Overall, Kate is a joy to work with and is what you seek in a collaborator."

"Kate was able to capture both the conversational tone and the sense of humor."

"Loved the pacing Kate gave the script. Her voice is clear and easy to understand."

"Kate was easy to work with, prompt, and followed our unique requirements to the letter."

I've lived in the US, or “on this side of the pond” as the Brits say, for over 14 years. I started my voice acting career as a audiobook narrator for the Perkins School for the Blind. My clients now come from many different industries and range from global household names to small start-ups. Whether it be a funny holiday commercial, a short explainer for a new product, an e-learning assignment for a major corporation, or playing the role of a super hero in an animated movie. I love 'em all.

And just for fun, here are a few of my favorite British words: Scrummy, shambles, kerfuffle, dodgy, gobsmacked, brilliant, bits n’ bobs, bees knees, chuffed, rubbish, gutted, fair to middling, and bubble and squeak. Hope to hear from you soon. Cheerio for now!


British/UK Commercial
British/UK Narration
British/UK Telephony


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