A voice that compels you to listen
and a really rather winning way with words
Commercials & corporate, videogame acting, IVR & telephony, documentaries, e-learning and more
Words that work
Script writing & script editing. From writing the first draft of copy through to polish and shine
Lovely words from other people. Testimonials to reassure you you’re choosing the right voice
A little about me
Sometimes it's nice to know more about the person behind the voice. Sometimes...
How it works
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About that voice
My name is Anthony Hewson. I’m a male British voiceover artist and voice actor with a professional home studio in south Cambridgeshire, UK, just 40 minutes from London.
My natural accent is what’s sometimes referred to as RP. I’m well-spoken, without sounding clipped or terribly jolly hockey sticks. Although those are fun voices to do. Like most voiceover artists, much of my work is based around my natural voice – it’s ideal for all sorts of commercial and corporate applications, from ads to documentaries, and from explainer videos to IVR and e-learning.
But I also love to play a role. I’ve got a handful of convincing accents tucked away and I enjoy giving voice to an animation or video game script with room for characterisation.
It doesn’t feel right to use my own words to describe my voice. So, how have others described it? There were phrases that came up time and again: reassuring, believable, trustworthy, articulate, intelligent, confident, authoritative, natural and warm. Then there were others: gravelly (chocolate with hazelnut pieces), seductive, sexy. And, apparently, the love child of a male escort and David Attenborough. I think that’s positive… Perhaps you hear something else entirely – listen to my voicereels to find out.
If you’re searching for a professional male British voiceover artist, you can book me for your next project.