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Cromerty York

Cromerty York

Voice Over
British Female Voice Over
Cromerty York

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About me

I am a professional British Female voice over with an appealing, smooth, attractive, fun and convincing voice. Loads of experience and a personal, professional voice-over studio, make me the go-to voice for many national and international clients. I can be heard on radio and television commercials and in video games, training, medical, and technical videos, podcasts and IVR. I currently voice for Radio Teesdale, Radio Yorkshire, 6 Towns Radio and English-speaking radio in Spain, and have on-going contracts with the Children’s Hospital in Dubai and an IVR companies in Pakistan and Lebanon. 

As well as speaking English, I am also fluent in French, German and Spanish (spoken with a slight English accent – I’ve found this particularly useful when chatting to European-based directors over Skype). 

I have my own professional studio (based in North Yorkshire – although I am originally from Stoke-on-Trent), and can produce clear recordings, in a format you request, with a turn-around time of usually within one hour, depending on length of script. I can also record via ipDTL (which can now connect perfectly to existing ISDN networks), Source Connect Now, or with direction over Skype. I can generally be in London within 2.5 hours. 

My client list includes M&C Saatchi, Nestlé, Toyota, the European Parliament, Fisher-Price, Lidl, Philips, Oral-B and Credit Suisse, numerous UK and global radio stations, as well as a variety of production houses and video game companies. 

  • NASA
  • M&C Saatchi
  • Nestlé
  • Nutella
  • Computer Associates (CA Technologies)
  • Toyota
  • European Parliament
  • Fisher-Price
  • Lidl
  • Philips
  • Oral-B
  • Credit Suisse


The Pips radio training sessions

  • How to create radio that is unique & STANDS OUT
  • What to put in your demo to increase your chances of being noticed
  • How to break into radio

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