Our books are never closed, but please read the information below before you submit your voice to us. We receive countless requests for representation on a weekly basis so it's important that you do your homework first and send us what we require to make an informed decision.
Do you have a professionally produced demo? If not, please don't call us, do your research, have a demo made and then follow the steps below. If you're looking for a demo then call the fabulous people over at Crying Out Loud Productions - they've been creating demos for actors for 15 years and continue to be at the top of their game.
Listen to the voices on our books already. If we already have one or two voices similar to yours then the likelihood of us representing you is pretty low. However, if you think that we have a gap in our roster that you could fill then you can submit your voice to us.
To submit your voice you must follow the procedure below in full. If you don't, we won't respond as we simply don't have time to invest in unprepared generic submissions.
Write a short email containing the following information and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Once we have received your submission you will receive a message from one of the team saying that we have received it and that it will be added to the listening list. We will then contact you once we've had chance to listen to your submission, but be warned, this can takes several weeks as the demand to be on our books is incredibly high.
Be patient - we will not rush into making decisions about adding voices until we are 100% positive that they are right for our clients or potential clients. If we don't offer you representation it is most likely because we feel that you're not right for the kind of clients we work with.
Once a decision has been made we will not enter into any discussion about why we made that choice, again, we simply do not have the time. The voiceover world is highly competitive and thus we have to ensure the voiceover artists we represent are right for the current trends in advertising and other sectors.