Soho Voices

Kate Russell-Smith

Kate Russell-Smith

PLAYING AGE: 35 to 50
CHARACTERISTICS: Authoritative, Conversational, Friendly, Gravitas, Reassuring, RP, Warm


Trained at The Oxford School of Drama.

Voice work includes: The New Counter Measures: The Hollow King (Big Finish Productions); And Then She Said A Funny Thing (Crooked Pieces – sketch comedy podcasts series 1 & 2); Cake (audio book, ISIS Publishing); Der Lack Ist Ab (PhantomFilm – dubbing). Kate has also voiced numerous audio guides for museums and galleries worldwide as well as a broad range of internal corporate films, videos and advertorials for clients such as BP, Miele, Standard Chartered Bank, Pfizer and The British Library.

Theatre includes: A Curmudgeon’s Guide To Christmas Round Robin Letters (The Hope Theatre – Offie nominated for Best Actress 2017); Unidentified Item In The Bagging Area (Old Red Lion); Sex Cells (Riverside Studios); Better Together (Brockley Jack); Talking Heads – Bed Among The Lentils, Same Time Next Year, (Winchester Theatre Royal); The Wizard Of Oz, (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); Children Of A Lesser God (Salisbury Playhouse); And A Nightingale Sang (Southwold & Aldeburgh Theatres); Whatever Happened To Bette & Joan? (Proteus Theatre).

TV includes: Coconut, From Darkness, Silent Witness, The Taming Of The Shrew, Passer By, The Reckoning, Frances Tuesday, Skins, Second Generation.

Film includes: Funny Cow, The Perfect Silence, Three Brothers (BAFTA nominated short 2015).