Emily Dickson is a charismatic media personality who finds herself most at home on stage, in front of a camera or behind a microphone chatting with people from all backgrounds and communities.
She spent her childhood performing at dance and drama eisteddfods, training for over 15 years in various dance disciplines, and acting or singing her way around QLD. Emily then went on to turn her passion for performing in to a career, completing a degree in Mass Communications majoring in Advertising and Entertainment Industries at the Queensland University of Technology.
She then went on to spend the next 6 years with Network Ten as a Presenter & Producer, working on a wide range of your favourite shows. A familiar face to many children across Australia as ‘Molly’ in Crocamole, starring in 420 episodes of the locally made children’s series. Next up she was in the thick of the action handling snakes, swimming with seals and feeding orphaned joeys all while spreading her contagious energy across Australia on everyone’s favourite childhood show, Totally Wild. Emily’s time at Network Ten also saw her guest present for Studio 10, Toasted TV and Creative Generation State Schools on Stage – an arena spectacular bringing together over 1,800 state school students from around Queensland.
Airing on B105 in Brisbane, Emily also worked collaboratively to host and co-produce the local weekend breakfast show ‘Totally Brisbane with Jase & Em’. As someone who isn’t afraid to strike up a conversation with anyone, radio is a platform where Emily feels right at home. Within this role she was responsible for pitching new segment ideas, sourcing talent, conducting interviews, and sharing engaging, relatable and entertaining stories with South East Queensland locals.
Emily has a passion for the local community which has provided her many opportunities to give back to her city as MC for multiple events across Queensland. As game day host for the Brisbane Lions AFL & AFLW, Dancing CEO’s, Surf Life Saving Queensland’s Surf Girl Awards Dinner and Sirromet Winery’s Melbourne Cup Luncheon you
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Nelle Lee has been busy treading the boards this year. The versatile and talented performer has starred as the title character in shake & stir’s national tour of Jane Eyre, as well as the infamously nasty Mrs Twit in Roald Dahl’s The Twits, which has recently wrapped a huge season at The Sydney Opera House.
You want something honest and natural in 28 seconds and with all the right inflections. You need authority, but don’t want to sacrifice warmth. As a theatre and TV actor and trained singer with over a decade of VO work under her belt, Liz is truly versatile and can deliver the style, accent or character you need … or simply keep it real.
Liz has voiced TV and radio campaigns for long-term clients including Lite n’ Easy, Suncorp & Goodstart Early Learning Centres, as well as a huge range of commercial clients like Price Attack, Nature’s Own, EVA Air, Budget Pet Products, Emma & Roe and NRMA. She has provided trustworthy narration for government and business projects across Australia, and is the voice of Triple P Online (Positive Parenting Program). Liz has presented on-camera for numerous TVCs, online campaigns and corporate videos.
She’s also the voice of an alien telepath with a New York accent in the children’s animated series “Space Chickens in Space” (9Go!, Disney XD, STAN). Her standard US accent is so believable she often fools the Yanks.
Be sure to visit Liz’s website to learn more – www.lizbuchananvoiceartist.com
Hey there I’m Michael Goldman.
I have been a voiceover guy since I was a kid.
Lately I’ve been working on The Wilds for Amazon Prime, Wentworth for Foxtel, and a movie called Monsters of Man directed by Mark Toia.
You may have run into me at the annual Sanctuary Cove International Film Festival, which I launched on the Gold Coast in 2017.
I’m always happy to help out people wanting to get into the industry for free and point you in the right direction for the best coaching.
Over the years you may have heard me voice commercials and seen me on TV for Dreamworld, McDonalds, Toyota, Meerkat Manor, Big Brother, Dominos, Disney UK, Fox 8, MINI, David Jones, BMW, Queensland Tourism, Starburst, KFC, A Mart All Sports, Flight Centre, Telstra, Raid and many more.
I’ve been the eoice of E Bay, Big Brother, Friday Night Live, Joker Poker, Miss Indy, NYE Sydney, John Forman Show, Ready Steady Cook, Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award Winner, Emmy Award namination for The Great Crusade.
But enough about me.
Paul is a much loved voice actor in the studios of Brisbane, a pilot, motorcyclist, father, actor and a long time broadcaster.
He comes to every session self contained and carrying with him a maturity of script interpretation that many will confirm they have not seen by anyone else standing behind a microphone.
He is the trusted “go to” man. The living mantra by which all creative writers quietly recite to themselves……”Paul can do that”. As an announcer of straight scripts you still get the tone of everyman. The guy on the street. He’s accessible, interested and concerned that what he’s saying must also be understood. His voice doesn’t sit above the audience booming like an all important message but lives amongst us.
Paul’s delivery is a voice over class. Writers and other talent would be well served taking a moment to listen to his inflection, energy, diction and self-editing skills.
When Paul gives you one more, it’s not a repeat but another look at how to get people listening and enjoying the performance. The term “voice artist” was invented to describe Paul Davies.
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A London trained actor, Robert has performed in over 83 film and television productions and 45 plays. He has voiced many national and international campaigns, narrated documentaries and played roles in animated films, as well as voicing ads for local businesses and radio stations.
His latest projects have been the voice of Darwin in the QTC’s ‘ The Wider Earth’, ‘Endgame’ for Shake and Stir, and the feature film ‘Don’t Tell’. He plays the continuing role of Douglas Goddard in ‘A Place To Call Home’ ( 7/Foxtel). A detailed list of credits can be found on imdb.com.
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Tony’s voice is familiar and authentic. He sounds like one of your mates telling you about something he really believes in, even though he just walked into the studio and picked up the script a few minutes ago.
When the script allows some wiggle room he can deliver a great laid back style. If it’s 36 seconds shoehorned into 30, he has an uncanny ability to read really, really fast and still deliver a comprehensible message.
Tony is very experienced in front of the mic, but he has also spent many years behind the mic as a writer and producer. (Nova and Triple M). He understands what the audio engineer, agency creatives and clients are trying to achieve.
He is Mr Kangaroo in Peppa Pig – Australian Holiday
Lucky Cat (Lucky Lotteries TV nationally)
Platy Platypus (CBA Coinland Website)
Other clients include McDonalds, Subway, Telstra, CQ University, UBET, Flight Centre, Donut King, Eagle Boys, Courier Mail, Gold Coast Tourism, Dreamworld and more.
Professional voice actors, Tony Bryne, Elise Grieg and their talented daughter, Finley were recently asked to add their vocal talents to four Aussie episodes of the internationally acclaimed childrens’ cartoon, Peppa Pig. The trio were cast to play the Kangaroo Family, leading Peppa Pig on a trail of adventures to the beach, outback and the Great Barrier Reef.