TALENT: Marcus Oborn

Marcus Oborn has his sights set on world domination. Recently he stepped into the booth for Warner Bros Movie World to help bring Hooray for Hollywood to tourists visiting the theme park and the Batman Legacy exhibition. Then he scored his first two international voice over jobs, in the one week, for TMGM and Swyftx. 

In July 2022, Marcus completed his training as a Patsy Rodenburg Associate.  Training directly with Patsy Rodenburg OBE in Europe, Marcus is now one of only fifty certified Associates in the world, and the second ever Australian to receive certification. 

Marcus is available to teach voice, text and presence courses for clients right across Australia, for artists and corporate organisations.  Get in touch to find out more!

Download and listen to Marcus’s radio spot for Warner Bros Movie World below:

Hooray for Hollywood

TALENT: Todd Levi

PRODUCTION: Tourism Media

This spot is one of a series of web TVCs Todd Levi has voiced for Norfolk Island through Brisbane based global content provider Tourism Media. Created during the pandemic, even in those ‘unusual times’ the campaign saw the visitor demographic broaden and numbers treble.

The power of positive speaking.

TALENT: Nelle Lee

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. 

With her background in theatre and acting, Nelle is quick and skilled at jumping in and out of multiple characters and accents, as well as giving a bright and authentic quality to any job she undertakes. 

So if you’re looking for a standout performance in your next read, you know who to call. 

Check out Nelle’s demo reel.

TALENT: Elise Greig

The uber-talented Elise Greig has been super active of late celebrating all things 80s as part of The Clints Come Again Reunion Cabaret.

Along the way she’s been keeping very busy voicing spots for everything from Telstra to Terry White, Black and White Cabs to Brisbane City Council and Covid to Flu Vax. 

Elise is renown for her versatility (as demonstrated in her character and accents reel), and she’s always ready to tackle the next assignment. She has a brilliant professional studio on her property in the picturesque Tamborine Mountain or she can come to you in Brisbane, Sydney and beyond!

TALENT: Megan Shapcott

AGENCY: Publicis

You lapse, you lose. It’s an important no nonsense road safety message developed by the strategic thinking creatives at Publicis for the Queensland Government.

It’s a simple message. A powerful message. It was a message that needed to be delivered with clarity and authority.

Enter Megan Shapcott.

Megan Shapcott is one of Australia’s leading voice over artists.

With 25 years on stage, screen and radio around the world and across Australia, Megan has the professional training and experience to deliver the performance your script needs to shine brightly through the media crowd. Her polished tones have been used across a rich range of corporate, educational and training films. 

Further to the road safety message she recently voiced, Megan’s trademark tones can he heard on the Aussie Helper ads for SBS, and the Vaccination Boost campaign for the Australian Government. 

Megan is also regularly cast for lead rolls on video games. 
 
When not recording voice overs, Megan is busy teaching voice and communication. In fact one of her students just topped the state for the highest mark and received the Barbara Sisley award at Parliament House.
 
For anyone in business needing to hone their communication skills, Megan is currently taking bookings for vocal coaching, public speaking, audition monologue preparation, voice over training and demo preparation, and AMEB Voice and Communication Certificate training.
 
Contact Megan for more – 0414 724 301

TALENT: Tony Byrne

Triple M’s annual No Talk Day is a day of positive action.

It’s a day the station features no shows, no news, no traffic and no ads. Instead, they use the day to encourage important conversations – conversations that can save lives.

The sense of occasion is not lost on Tony Byrne. Tony was called to lend his considerable story telling skills to help get the message across.

The digital spot was station produced byJason Joseph from the National TV team at SCA.

TALENT: Kate Wilson

PRODUCTION: Kate’s Home Studio

Veteran Brisbane actor and voice artist, Kate Wilson, tells a ripping good yarn.

Her warm mature tone, versatility with accents and dialects, and crisp articulation have been honed through many seasons on stage and behind the microphone.

The talented performer is about to commence narrating her fourteenth audiobook (under the guise of Liz Gentle) for the international market.

Working out of her home studio, Kate’s released a range of titles from kids’ through young adults to adult fiction – including adventure, romance, and cosy mysteries.

Each of Kate’s 13 audiobooks is available on Audible.

Kate’s impressive commercial advertising reel is equally as diverse. Most recently she’s voiced several TV and Radio campaigns for the Queensland Government, as well as lifestyle products and services for a senior market. But that’s another story.

TALENT: Sarah Kennedy

PRODUCTION: Temple Studios in Bristol, UK.

Sarah Kennedy knows her way around a microphone. She’s been talking the talk for over two decades. 

The in-demand voice talent is often heard on commercial TV and Radio selling messages for all and sundry. 

But further to commercial reads, Sarah is regularly sought to help organisations create explainer videos too – like this production for Tribal CRM created for Jones Millbank at Temple Studios in Bristol, UK. With a fully stacked studio at her Brisbane home, Sarah can lay down the tracks and deliver prompt professional recordings to clients all over the globe.

TALENT: Lisa-Jane Stockwell

AGENCY: Khemistry

Lisa Jane Stockwell talks from experience. The Brisbane girl has been a popular voice behind the microphone for decades.

A versatile performer, LJ is equally at home playing the voice of Mother Earth as she is the voice of a Spring Chicken.

So when the Queensland Government asked their agency, Khemistry, to put together the advertising materials for the Taste Farm Life program it made perfect sense that LJ got the call.

TALENT: Todd MacDonald

Popular Aussie actor Todd MacDonald is a consummate professional with a script in hand. That’s why the experienced star of the stage and TV is widely sort to voice commercial announcements and videos. 

During iso times the resourceful performer built his own home sound studio at his inner-Brisbane Queenslander. He customed the booth using remnants of set materials saved from his days of running a local theatre company. 

Needless to say, when the people behind the walk through videos for Mazda’s luxurious CX-60 entrusted Todd with the lines for their production, he was very much at home.

TALENT: Damien Garvey

Accomplished Australian actor Damien Garvey has been a regular presence on television screens for more than 20 years.

The award winning artist might be best remembered for his roles on the ABC’s TV series Rake, and Harrow – or his earlier performances on Underbelly, Water Rats, Young Lions and Mcleod’s Daughters to name a few. Damien’s renowned versatility means he has the ability to play a wide variety of characters.

So it’s not surprising to learn the experienced performer is regularly cast to voice national TV commercials, like the new spots released for Volkswagen’s Amorok V6 Walkinshaw Series.

During ad breaks, you might also hear Damien as the voice behind the Oz Lotto commercials.

In recent times Damien has been keeping busy filming “Troppo” for the ABC, in the role of Roy Gilpin, a North Queensland CEO of a Deep Sea Mineral Mining Company. He was also cast in Peacock’s production of Joe Vs Carole – playing the dubious Doc Antle. 

Damien is currently appearing as The British East India Company’s, Director Crawley, in Disney’s “Nautilus”, a ten-part television series about the origin of Captain Nemo.

It’s been such an eventful year he says his head hurts. But the show must go on!

TALENT: Leon Murray

PRODUCTION: Leon’s Home Studio

Leon Murray once sold coffee. He once sold COVID Vaccinations too. BMWs, Big Macs, holidays… yep he’s sold a few of them as well. In fact, after 20 years in the voice business, Leon’s been called upon to help sell products and services for most businesses and industries. So when Leon got the call to voice some radio spots for homeloans.com.au, he knew what to do.

Do you have a message you need to sell? Talk to Leon and let him do the selling for you.

And if your script calls for a New Zealand accent, rest assured Leon’s often called on to add a touch of authentic sounding Kiwi to his repertoire.

Listen to Leon’s Demo Reels HERE