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Brighton & Hove, United Kingdom

ABOUT ME

My journey began over 20 years ago when I was cast as Eponine in a Tasmanian production of ‘Les Miserables’. The singing and acting bug took hold and I went on to train in Musical Theatre at The National Theatre, Melbourne, Australia.


I was cast in my first professional role as the youngest daughter in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ starring Topol himself! That experience was life changing for me and brought me to London’s West End in 2000.


Since then, my acting career has spanned stage and screen, including the lead role in the Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical ‘Bombay Dreams’ as well as Olivier award winning musicals including ‘Merrily We Roll Along’ at the Donmar  Warehouse and ‘South Pacific’ at the National Theatre, Bollywood feature films and a guest lead in Holby City.


The VOICE OVER bug took hold when I was cast as a guest lead in two ‘Dr Who’ audio plays, starring Sylvester McCoy and Peter Davison for BBC Big Finish Productions.


In 2013, I set up my home studio and since then have found myself in constant demand as a voice-over artist working in all genres of the industry - audiobooks, TV commercials, corporate voice over projects, charity campaigns, animation, video-games and singing projects.


From time to time, even my two children Zac and Mia get involved!  Click here to see Zac and Mia's recent projects.


My voice is often described by clients as as bubbly, warm, youthful and energetic as well as compassionate, informative and authentic.  

 

My singing experience and flair for children’s voices lends itself perfectly to animation and gaming .
In the video game world, I am predominantly known as the voice of Bidybabs in ‘Sister Location, the latest game in the world wide video game franchise ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ (FNaF) - View the
“SISTER LOCATION” trailer  here.
In October 2017 I was delighted to appear as a guest at the Monster Comic Con in Doncaster.
 

My Anglo/Indian heritage has blessed with me with the ability to use my Indian accent in so many areas of my Voice over work whether it be commercial, audio-books, video games, singing or corporate voice over
projects -
See my Indian voice over projects here.


Whatever style of voice-over read and format you require, I can record to your exact specifications and deliver direct to your desktop. Based in Brighton & Hove (E. Sussex,) I am also within easy reach of central London studios.
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