With today being the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day we thought it was a great opportunity to look at the traditions of the day and showcase some of our Irish voice-over artists.
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on 17th March to mark the death date of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick. The cultural and religious holiday is the official Christian feast day in Ireland and it’s also celebrated in countries around the world including Canada, the United States of America, Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.
Traditionally the celebrations include parades and wearing something green and the lent restrictions on eating and drinking alcohol are lifted, which has encouraged the holiday’s tradition of alcohol consumption.
We have a number of great Irish voice-over artists available to suit your voice-over needs including:
If you are looking for a mature sounding female voice, then Ann would be the natural choice. She has extensive experience in TV, corporate, promotional and IVR voice-overs. Not only is Ann able to do both Northern and Southern Irish dialects but she is great at American and Australian accents and can speak Irish Gaelic – click here to hear one of her Irish demos but don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you would like to hear demos for Ann’s other accents.
Grainne has a native Southern Irish accent, although having spent time in America and the UK, she can do most American and UK accents to a native level. We would describe her voice as warm and reassuring and she has previously worked on audiobook, commercial, corporate and character voice-over projects with companies such as Alpro, Bravia and Dove – click here to hear her Southern Irish demo.
Aaron is a Northern Irish voice-over artist who plays a young, adult male. He has recently worked with companies such as Autoline Insurance and Carlisles Fresh Foods and is the voice behind their adverts. Click here to hear a demo of his work.
If you are looking for a great female Irish voice-over artist that can play a teenage or young adult role, then Jackie is a fantastic voice over choice. She can perform both Northern and Southern Irish dialects and has recently done adverts for lastminute.com, ChildLine and Beconase nasal spray– click here to hear her show reel.
Kyran is a young, upbeat and high energy voice-over artist with a Southern Irish accent. Kyran’s experience is in commercial work and his most recent clients include McDonalds, Vodafone, Lucozade and Carlsberg. If your brand is in need of a bit of rejuvenation, Kyran is the perfect voice for your project – click here to listen to one of his demos.
Marcella is a very versatile voice actress with a lot of commercial, TV and audiobook experience who can do a Northern and Southern Irish accent. Recently, she has worked on TV adverts for household names such as Dove, Cow & Gate, Peugeot and Boots. As well as her commercial work, she regularly appears on BBC Radio 4 dramas playing everything from 4 year old boys to 6’2′ Americans – click here to hear one of her demos.
David is a Northern Irish voice-over artist, radio and TV presenter, who has spent the last 20 years working with all the major UK radio group. David has worked with an impressive amount of big name brands including, Smirnoff, M&S, Tesco, Flybe, Vauxhall to name a few. David is a highly professional and experienced voice artist and would be a great voice for representing your brand. Click here to hear a demo.
Nicola is a proud Irish woman and having been blessed with a Northern Irish father and a Northern English mother she is lucky to be bi-dialectal, meaning that she actually has two native standard accents – Northern Irish and English. Because of this, she is well versed in Northern English accents – a real multi-talented voice artist! She has recently worked with a number of well-known brands, including Tesco, The Daily Mirror and The Sunday Mirror on commercial, corporate and IVR projects – click here to hear her demo.