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Nick Brimble as Little John in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Nick Brimble as Little John in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Nick Brimble (born 22 July 1944 in Bristol) is an English actor best known for his performances as Little John in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and best known for his performances as Little John in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves with Kevin Kostner and Morgan Freeman. Nick Brimble has worked many years in Theatre, he has played Jesus in The Cornish Passion Play at the Northcott Theatre, Exeter, and Chief Bromden in One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest at the Manchester Royal Exchange as well as working for the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and in London's West End. Nick Brimble's Television career began during this time with Ben Kingsley in Thomas Hardy's Wessex Tales for the BBC and during the 70's and 80's he became a regular on British television appearing in series like Holby City as Robert Phillips, Eternal Law as Judge Clacy, Midsomer Murders as Adam Grace, Dark Secrets as Adam Grace, 7lives as Ted, Silent Witness as Albert Lee, Peripheral Vision as Albert Lee, Roman Mysteries as
Agathus, in The Bill from 1988-2007 The Bill as Ray Mullen, as Bill O'Brien, as D.C. Hawtrey, as DCI Roy Atherton, appeared in New Tricks as Amazing Antonio, Too Much Too Young as Frankie Bridge, Body Armour as Victor Tolkin, The Innocence Project as Adrian Kerr, Hui Buh as Daalor and Adolar, Emmerdale as Terence Turner, Good Girl, Bad Girl as Inspector Köster, Submerged as Adrian Lehder, Heartbeat as Baz and Ingmar Larsen, Appeared in the film about Joy Division Control as Dimi Vertov, Doc Martin as Bruce Denham, Greek Gods and Goddesses: Jason and the Argonauts as Heracles, The Lady Musketeer as The General, State of Play as Dept. Chief Constable Janson, Doctors as Duncan Purdy, Young Arthur as Pelinore, Casualty as Bob Taylor, Wycliffe as Tom Durden, Ivanhoe as Reginald Front de Boeuf, How We Used to Live as Richard Trevithick amongst many other TV credits. Nick Brimble's film work started in the 1990's when Roger Corman cast him as The Monster in Frankenstein Unbound and, a year later, he appeared as Little John in the popular film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves. Since then Nick Brimble has continued to combine international films and British television.
William Gaminara aka Professor Leo Dalton from BBC Silent Witness. William Gaminara is an English actor and screenwriter, best known for playing pathologist Professor Leo Dalton on the television series Silent Witness (2002–present). His other television credits include Will Newman in Attachments and Dr Andrew Bower in Casualty. Silent Witness is a British crime thriller series, produced for the BBC, focusing on a team of forensic pathology experts and their investigations into various crimes. First broadcast in 1996, and still airing as of the present day, the series was created by Nigel McCrery, a former murder squad detective based in Nottingham. Dr Leo Dalton (William Gaminara) and Dr Harry Cunningham (Tom Ward) were introduced in the sixth series in 2002 and remained in the series and continued as lead characters following Sam Ryan's departure, with William Gaminara as Dr Leo Dalton replacing her as professor. Although he started out as a doctor, Leo was promoted into the position of professor when Sam returned home to Ireland at the start of series eight. His wife and children are killed in a hit-and-run incident at the start of series nine. He lived with Janet Mander from series 13, but ended their relationship in series 15. William Gaminara has also appeared in TV series like Casualty as Andrew Bower, The Bill as Inspector Bruce and Dr. Anthony Perry, Hope and Glory as Colin Ward, Attachments as Will Newman & in Spooks as Victor Gleeson.
Farrell's early screen career included the role of Aubrey Montague in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire. In 1983, he starred as Edmund Bertram in a television adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, Mansfield Park. In 1984, he appeared in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes and The Jewel in the Crown.
Since then, his film and television work has included several screen adaptations of Shakespeare's works, including Kenneth Branagh's 1996 Hamlet, in which he played Horatio, a role he had played previously with Branagh for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has also appeared in film adaptations of Twelfth Night (1996), Othello (1995) and In the Bleak Midwinter (1995). He provided the voice of Hamlet for the animated television adaptation Shakespeare: The Animated Tales (1992). He played the role of Albert Dussell in the 2009 adaption of The Diary of Anne Frank, a BBC production. In 2011, he played Margaret Thatcher's close friend and advisor Airey Neave in The Iron Lady.
Other television appearances have included two Agatha Christie's Poirot films, Sharpe's Regiment, To Play the King, Torchwood and Collision. He has also appeared in episodes of Lovejoy, Foyle's War, Absolute Power, Spooks, Midsomer Murders, Drop the Dead Donkey and Casualty.
Farrell's theatre work includes performances of The Cherry Orchard, Camille, and The Crucible as well as Royal Shakespeare Company productions of The Merchant of Venice, Julius Caesar, and Hamlet. In the 2011 Chichester Festival he played schoolmasters Dewley and Crocker-Harris in the double bill of South Downs and The Browning Version.
Farrell will also appear as Mr. Carter-Wood in the upcoming film Summer In February, as well as the Grace Kelly biopic Grace of Monaco alongside Nicole Kidman and Tim Roth, and the upcoming short film, The Pit and the Pendulum: A Study in Torture, based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story.
Voicing characters in video games, voice acting in computer games, is a growing area of the industry, and we represent many actors who voice or have voiced a character or multiple characters in a video or computer game.
"Hey! Isn't that...? Doesn't he sound like...?"
It may feel like fairly new territory, but famous faces -- or should we say voices -- are no strangers to video games. The industry has been picking up A-list talent to lend their vocal qualities to their titles for years, and we've compiled a list of our favorite movie stars who have made the transition to the digital screen.
Just think, these guys get asked to grunt and make other ridiculous noises hundreds of times. "No Bruce, that sounds like you're getting stabbed. Think bullet wound."
First Battlestar, and now Star Wars? What!
Witwer may not be the top talent that Hollywood has to offer, but he's well on the road to being every sci-fi geek's superstar! His voice (and likeness) recently starred as Darth Vader's secret apprentice, Starkiller, in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Soul Calibur 4 (thanks to a very odd game crossover). And, believe it or not, Witwer also showed off his Palpatine impression during the early stages of the game's design, thereby netting himself as both the protagonist and antagonist in his very first game.
Stewart is no stranger to voice over work. His role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation has landed him numerous voice over jobs for the bevy of Star Trek games released over the years. But that's not all. After appearing as Professor Charles Xavier in the recent X-Men films, Stewart has been lending his voice to nearly every X-Men game released thereafter. And, he also appeared as Emperor Septim in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
We're nearly stunned by the sheer body of his work. But more importantly, the guy's also put a couple games under his belt. But only a couple
Cox appears in both Killzone and Killzone 2 as Scolar Visari, the leader of the Helghast. But for his first game, he dropped in with those nutty folks at Rockstar to lay down the narration track for their snuff film simulator, Manhunt
Dennis Hopper & Billy Bob Thornton
Okay, this one's a double team effort, but that's only because both actors appeared as voices in the recent Wii title, Deadly Creatures. We were thrilled to hear about the duo's presence in the game, as it marks Billy Bob's first foray into voice over work (for games) while Hopper has previously had a very notable appearance in GTA: Vice City. Here's hoping they didn't have to do too many takes where they scream out in pain from the numerous scorpion strikes and tarantula bites that we're practically guaranteed take place in the title.
If you haven't figured it out already (or you've actually been locked in a vault for the past 5 months), Neeson plays the pivotal role of the player character's father in Fallout 3. From your character's birth, youth, and early adulthood, Neeson establishes a relationship that serves as the narrative lynchpin for the entire journey to come. And what a journey it was!
Andy Serkis + Video Games = Duh
The guy's entire career was built on showing up to work every day in a dotted suit and then being digitally replaced on screen. Serkis, who played both Gollum and King Kong, proved that video game cut scenes can really be serious business when he showed up as the evil King Bohan in Heavenly Sword. But we're thinking that it had to be a real kicker when he found out that they were actually using his likeness in the game.
Someday, Andy, we'll both see and hear you just as you are.
Sure, we like Michael Ironside's movies a whole bunch, but we love his games! This guy's the voice behind Sam Fisher, the stealth operative that stars in the Splinter Cell series. And you're in luck even if you're a purist that can't handle hearing the voice without seeing the face. Ironside recently made an appearance as General Jack Granger in Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars alongside other actors like Tricia Helfer and Billy Dee Williams. Billy Dee Williams! Man, Ironside must've been star struck!
Kiefer Sutherland stars in the ludicrously action packed 24, but that's not why we love him. We love his grizzeled man voice. The way he can whisper and still make it sound gruff and burly. The way he talks really fast with a bunch of ridiculous terms that confuse us into being convinced. Clearly, the team at Treyarch behind Call of Duty: World at War somehow managed to get a transcript of our daily water cooler TV gossip, because Sutherland makes a fantastic debut as Sgt. Roebuck. He screams, he issues orders, and we follow. Perfect.
Make no mistake, Bruce Campbell is not a finely trained actor. And we didn't include him here for the three terrible Evil Dead games where he reprised his role as the chainsaw-handed, boomstick wielding Ash. No, instead we've opted to officially proclaim that Bruce Campbell is the best damn narrator to grace a game. Ever!
Campbell's voice over work for the three Spiderman movie games is informative, ingenius, and often times insulting, but it's rendered hilarious by the actor's awesome execution. There is only one man that can do that, and it's Bruce Campbell. Hail to the King, baby.
believe us... the list does go on.
But perhaps the most surprising tidbit amidst his piles of work, is his continued stay as the Narrator for the Fallout franchise. He's done all four games (including Tactics)! So next time you see the actor, ask him about Fallout 4 for us. We're betting he knows everything.
Samuel L. Jackson
Sam Jack's voice is recognizable as hell. Just take a look at Namco Bandai's recent Afro Samurai release and you can pretty much picture the actor spitting out the lines in some sound booth somewhere. But we're not here to applaud the actor for that work. No.
Anyone remember GTA: San Andreas? Jackson's work voicing the corrupt Officer Tenpenny created one of the most memorable characters we've come across in a video game. Maybe it was the fantastic writing, some good direction, or an alignment of the stars, but there's something about that character that just resonates so perfectly with us. He was a great character to hate, and that propelled the whole thing forward.
Bertram has been a live TV announcer for over twenty five years, starting her career in 1982 with London Weekend Television. She is the longest serving female television continuity announcer in British television, and is particularly well known for her work with LWT, where she worked on and off for over twenty years - starting as a local cover announcer for Channel 4 transmission before becoming a duty announcer alongside colleagues such as Peter Lewis, Sue Peacock, Ruth Anders and Keith Harrison. Bertram and the rest of the announcing team also read short LWT News Headlines bulletins in-vision during shifts.
She left LWT in 1987 and joined the pan-European satellite channel Super Channel as an announcer and presenter before returning to London Weekend as a freelancer in 1989. Bertram next joined British Satellite Broadcasting in March 1990 and became the chief announcer for Galaxy, the company's general entertainment channel, which closed after just over eight months on-air. After a short stint contracted to TVS (where Bertram was a regular freelance announcer), she re-joined LWT again and in 1997, became the station's Senior Announcer and a relief Broadcast Manager. She was also the duty announcer for the entire ITV network on 31 August 1997 when she was called on to link the day's transmission following the death of Diana, Princess of Wales - in its capacity as nominated contractor, LWT was required to become 'ITV' for the day and transmitted to the rest of the network with Bertram as its announcer.
Alongside colleague Glen Thompsett, she made the last announcement (a recorded in-vision link) on LWT's last night as an on-air brand on 27 October 2002. Prior to LWT's on-air demise, Bertram had signed off as chief announcer on 6 October 2002. The following month, both Bertram and Thompsett began freelancing for ITV1. She joined Five shortly afterwards but continued to freelance for ITV1 as an announcer and promotions voice-over and was the only announcer to regularly be heard on air on two different terrestrial networks at the same time.
Bertram has also worked as a live announcer for Westcountry, The Family Channel and BBC World. She was also the first presentation editor for UK Gold. During the 1990s, she was the station voice for Talk Radio and for London's LBC. She went on to make guest appearances as a newspaper reviewer for the station.
Bertram continues to voice promos and pre-recorded continuity for ITV3 and Film24. She is also a regular promotions voice for QVC and provides voice overs for various companies in the corporate sector, including Microsoft (she was chosen as the voice-over for Bill Gates' presentation to the UN in 2006) as well as for BBC Local Radio, where Bertram is currently the station voice of BBC Radio Manchester and BBC Radio Leeds. She is also the station voice for Radio Pembrokeshire, Radio Scilly, Radio Caroline and The Breeze. In 2010, she also became the out-of-vision presenter for the movie magazine programme Films and Stars on Film 24.
Some of her biggest voice-over roles have been as a live stadium announcer - including the opening & closing ceremonies of the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London.
Bertram has also devised various television presentation-related courses for announcers, voice-over artists, promotion producers and continuity scriptwriters. In September 2010, she was hired as the voice coach & studio director for Rosetta Stone's Advanced British English Course.
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American voices and voiceover artists available from Boston, Hudson Valley, New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Rocky Mountains, Pacific Northwest, Pacific Southwest, Alaska, Southwestern, Hawaii, Virginia, Florida, Louisiana. Soho Voices provide the most versatile American female and male voice over artists, actresses and singers you will find in the UK. Our voice over talents can be heard on many animation series, radio & TV commercials worldwide, narrations, audio books, telephone messaging and corporate videos and creating character voices. With all Soho voices available internationally via ISDN, you can add the Dian Perry voice over experience to your next production. There are demos of all of our artist's voice over work. USA Female Voiceover Artists and USA Male Voiceover Artists at Soho Voices Agency. Voice-over narration is sometimes used to briefly set up the premise of the film and provide explanation when necessary. Since the trailer is a highly condensed format, voice-over is a useful tool to enhance the audience's understanding of the plot. Some of the best-known, modern-day trailer voice-over artists are Don LaFontaine, Hal Douglas, Mark Elliot, John Leader, Corey Burton, George DelHoyo, Peter Cullen, Morgan Freeman, Ashton Smith, Jim Cummings, John Gary, Tom Kane, Ben Patrick Johnson, Tony Rodgers, Beau Weaver, and Brian Cummings. Classic voice-over artists in film trailers of the 1950s and 1960s included Art Gilmore, Knox Manning, Reed Hadley, Fred Foy, Karl Weber and Bob Marcato. Hollywood trailers of the classic film era were renowned for clichés such as "Colossal!", "Stupendous!", etc. Some trailers have used voice over clichés for satirical effect. This can be seen in trailers for films such as Jerry Seinfeld's Comedian and Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny.