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English Regional accents

English Regional voice-over and subtitling agency

English in regional accent voice-over production

English in regional accent voice talentMatinée Multilingual is a leading English in regional accent voice-over recording studio, near London in the UK. We provide a professional English voice-over service in regional accent, offering a selection of the world’s best voice talent, at a price you can afford.

We can supply and record voice-over artists speaking in English regional accent, for documentary, advertising, corporate video, e-Learning or telephone messaging. We can time-sync the voice-over to picture, and deliver the audio back in any file format you require.

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If you require a voice-over in English, rather than English Regional accents, visit English voice-over page.

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Featured English Regional Voice Talent

English Regional artist Andrew

Andrew     
Andrew is a professional English voice artist with regional accent (Liverpool).  He was born and raised in London, England and has provided the voice for many blue-chip companies. Read more...
English Regional voice artist Cromerty

Cromerty     
Cromerty is a trained, professional English voice artist with regional accent (Northern) with an appealing, smooth, fun & convincing voice.  She has lots of experience which makes her the “go-to” voice. Read more...
English Regional voice artist Emmy

Emmy     
Emmy is a trained, professional English female voice artist and actor with a regional accent (North-West), graduating with BA (Hons) Acting in 2006. Read more...
English Regional voice artist Michael

Michael     
Michael is a professional English voice artist with regional accent, trained actor, cabaret performer, tour guide and professional writer and has been working as a professional voice-over artist since 2013. Read more...

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English read in Irish Accent for 5th & Main Films

5th & Main Films is an independent, boutique production company that specializes in Lifestyle Cinematography (Life in Cinema) and Cinematic Wedding Films. The goal of the companyis to capture raw, beautiful emotion and use it to create a memorable, timeless film.

Nicola-R  is one of our Northern Irish voice talents and was chosen for her smooth, warm, calm and nurturing tones to help capture the client’s vision. 

The United Kingdom is a place with a huge number of different accents. Some come from Scotland, Ireland and Wales, but in England alone there are hundreds. Here are just some of England’s regional accents.

BBC English

Before the advent of Coronation Street on Granada TV, the only accents that were heard on TV and radio were BBC English. It is actually called Received Pronunciation and is a very clearly spoken, easy to understand accent. You can still hear it on the TV and radio. Listen to actresses Joanna Lumley and Judy Dench for an idea of how it sounds.

Scouse

Scouse is another name for the Liverpool accent, but it actually refers to a meat dish that poor Liverpool people used to eat called scouse and that the people who ate it were called ‘scousers’. You can hear the Liverpool accent spoken by famous comedian John Bishop and actor, Ricky Tomlinson.

Cockney

Cockney comes from the East End of London and shouldn’t be confused with cockney rhyming slang, which is entirely different. True cockneys are said to have been born within hearing distance of the bells at the church of St Mary-le-Bow, but it really applies to all Londoners who speak with this accent. It was traditionally seen as a working class accent, but those of you who enjoy the apprentice know that this isn’t always the case. Just listen to Lord Sugar. A good way to hear cockney accents is to watch the BBC series, EastEnders.

South Eastern English

This is the English spoken by the people in the South East, which includes places such as Sussex, Essex, Kent and Hampshire. It isn’t an accent with a strong tone, but you can hear regional differences. For example, the Essex accent is very like Cockney and the Hampshire accent is very clearly spoken like BBC English.

Midlands

The Midlands can be divided up between East and West. East Midlands covers places like Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. The accent isn’t as pronounced as West Midland accents, which include ‘Brummie’ – If you listen to comedian Jasper Carrot talking you can hear a soft Brummie accent, or listen to Singer Noddy Holder’s Wolverhampton accent, which is stronger. Birmingham and Wolverhampton are only 8 miles apart.

West Country

People from the South West of England speak with a West Country accent, although some regions have stronger accents than others. The Wiltshire accent doesn’t sound as broad as the Devon accent, which sounds different from the Cornish accent. Those of you who like watching the series Doc Martin can hear the actors speaking with Cornish accents and the BBC series, The Coroner, has actors speaking with a Devon accent.

Geordie

Geordie is spoken by people living in and around the area of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Durham. It is a distinctive accent, which is sometimes hard for people to understand. The TV series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet featured Geordie actors, Jimmy Nail, Kevin Whatley and Tim Healy. You can see some episodes on You Tube.

Northern English

As the name suggests, Northern English is spoken by people who live in the North and this includes Scouse and Geordie. It also includes however, the Lancashire accent, the Yorkshire accent and the Northumberland accent. Some accents are more pronounced than others; for example, the Bury and the Manchester accent (Mancunian) sound different from Yorkshire or Northumberland voices. The ITV series, Coronation Street is the perfect example of people speaking in a Northern accent, especially as a lot of the actors come from Manchester or Bury.