Nick is a well-rounded voiceover artist. His voice is measured, warm and inspiring. Also an experienced actor, he has a great feel for story, making him ideal for narration. A ﬂuent sight-reader, he makes light work even of the most technical scripts and brings colour to corporate work. Commercially, he can be persuasive and commanding for a sophisticated sell or will shift with ease to a friendly ‘Dad nextdoor’ for a brighter approach. Native to the North-West but naturally well-spoken, he can turn up or tone down the accent with ease.
Nick knows nothing about astrophysics and yet he’s the voice that instructs researchers working on the Hadron Collider at Cern. He has also voiced films for the charity and corporate sectors and has narrated a range of documentaries Originally from Cheshire, he graduated from Edinburgh University in 1998 before training as an actor in Glasgow. He’s mostly worked in BBC Radio drama and international theatre tours, most recently taking on 12 roles out of 22 in a two actor version of Pride and Prejudice when his skills in switching vocal tone and pitch were stretched to their best.
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