Voice Over Artists

Liz D

Sex: Female

Union Status: Non Union

Accents: British

Dialects: Neutral

Languages: English

City: Hull, United Kingdom

US Citizen: No

Ages Performed: Middle Age

Voiceover Genre: Animation, Business, Commercial, Corporate, Documentary, E-Learning, Explainer, Imaging, Industrial, IVR, Narration, Promo, Trailer, Video Games, Live announcing, Telephony/IVR, ADR/dubbing





Gold series booth from Vocal Booth, Neumann TLM103 mic, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface, MacBook with Adobe Audition, Source Connect

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Liz is a British voiceover artist living and working in Great Britain. Her voice can be described as ‘confident and assured, with a calm and soothing quality. Perfect for genuine and believable reads.’
Liz was born and brought up in Northamptonshire, and now lives in rural North Lincolnshire in the UK. She has a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham, and a PhD in Archaeological Science from the University of Bradford.
During the research for her PhD, Liz analysed several samples of prehistoric ‘chewing gum’ and wrote about her findings in the popular magazine British Archaeology. This led to intense media interest in her work, and she was also invited to write for the scientific journal Nature as an Archaeology correspondent. The many radio and newspaper interviews she gave during this time sparked her interest in working in the media.
After graduating Liz worked in local television until she had a family, and she then worked in education for the next few years.
When her husband was asked to work in the USA for a couple of years, this gave Liz the opportunity to study acting at a local college, and train as a voiceover artist.
Since then she has worked across many voiceover genres including commercials, e-learning, corporate videos and audio tours for clients such as Bulgari, VW, JCB, Booking dot com, Hilton Garden Inn, Siemens, World Animal Protection and the NHS.
She continues to update her skills on a regular basis and has taken specific training in commercial voiceover, corporate narration, dubbing and documentary narration to name just three.
In 2017 she was named as one of the UK’s top 100 Small Businesses which led to an invitation to a reception at 10 Downing Street. She has also been nominated for a number of voiceover and business awards.
When she's not in her studio Liz can be found on stage with a couple of local theatre companies, or walking her dog Marble.


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