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Aaron Watson
Age 20s/30s, 30s/40s
Region Ulster, Northern Ireland

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Aaron Watson

Age 20s/30s, 30s/40s
Region Ulster, Northern Ireland

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Currently the voice of Abbey Travel in Northern Ireland, Aaron also has a lot of experience in TV, radio and corporate reads, along with animation. He works closely with many production companies in Northern Ireland an all of their major radio stations and of course UTV Television where he is now doing continuity.

Aaron also does work for clients in Australia, America and mainland UK. Clients include Human Right, Ulster Bank, PPI Insurance, Balmoral Show, Opera House, Abbey Insurance and many more. Aaron is a keen sportsman and enjoys football, badminton and playing pool.

Aidan O’Sullivan
Age 20s/30s
Region Munster, Leinster

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Aidan O’Sullivan

Age 20s/30s
Region Munster, Leinster

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From Donegal originally, Dublin – based Aidan is a versatile VO and actor who has a wide range of experience in stage, screen, improv and stand – up comedy.

Aidan is a graduate of the Sligo I.T. Performing Arts degree and has also trained in the Meisner Technique with Momentum Studios and with acclaimed writer / directors Graham Cantwell and Terry Mc Mahon. In order to enhance his natural comic timing Aidan trained in comedy improvisation with John Dawson of 2nd City Chicago.

To date, he has appeared in over 30 films, theatre productions, comedy sketches and live comedy improv shows. Aidan has appeared in well-known music videos such as “One Thousand Times” by James Vincent Mc Morrow, “Brother” by Kodaline and quite a few more!

Aidan has a gentle boom in his voice and a soft Donegal accent which he can alter if required.

Áine Ní Laoghaire
Age 20s/30s
Region Munster

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Áine Ní Laoghaire

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Áine Ní Laoghaire

Age 20s/30s
Region Munster

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Áine is originally from Cork and is a native Irish speaker. She trained as an actress at Trinity College Dublin BA in Acting Studies Course.Since then she has worked in theatre, film and dance in both the English and Irish language. As a voice-over artist, Áine regularly provides various character voices for Macalla Teo, and TG4. Shows include Dude, cá bhfuil mo phúca? among others. She has also provided voice work for artists  Ella De Burca and Siobhan McGibbon’s pieces, Exercises for Seeing Stars #3 at the Vienna Art Fair 2013 and CURUM with NUI Galway, respectively.

Alan Howley
Age 30s/40s, 40s/50s
Region Leinster

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Alan Howley

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Alan Howley

Age 30s/40s, 40s/50s
Region Leinster

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Having trained with Dublin Youth Theatre in the 1980s, Alan worked in theatre, film, television and radio. Alan studied Performance in Dartington College of Arts in Devon and has been commissioned to write and perform his work in theatres, galleries and radio. When not performing he works in homeless, drug & alcohol, and mental health services.

Here are a few things you should also know about him: Alan is from the posh part of Finglas. No, really; he is a thespian and has a lovely mantelpiece which is almost entirely devoid of awards; his wife thinks he’s better looking than George Clooney. Or is it George Hook? It’s definitely one of them.

Allan Keating
Age 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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Allan Keating

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Allan Keating

Age 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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Allan got his start in the business voicing a potato chip for a Chef TV ad back in 2003. He’s recorded hundreds of commercials in the years since, for a diverse range of brands that include Volkswagen, AIB, Paddy Power, McDonald’s, Ford, Superquinn, Lancome, The National Lottery, Three, Irish Rail, Sony PlayStation, Gillette, Xtra-vision, VHI and The Irish Times.

His work in animation includes the children’s series ‘Crap Rap’ and ‘Teenology’ for the Oscar-nominated Brown Bag Films, and he narrates the documentary series ‘Customs’ for RTÉ.

Aoibheann O’Hara
Age 20s/30s, 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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Aoibheann O’Hara

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Aoibheann O’Hara

Age 20s/30s, 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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In addition to extensive stage and screen experience, Aoibheann has been using her voice for work in advertising for DCU; Lucozade; Lyons Tea; Nissan; Doc Morris Pharmacy; Kerrygold; and Recruit Ireland. She has also worked for Brown Bag Films providing numerous voices for the hilarious “Newsbag” animation. Aoibheann has also done corporate voiceover work for the IFPA and Special Olympics, as well as voicing foreign film and TV projects for Lux Vide, Italy.

Aoibheann studied Drama & Theatre Studies and German in Trinity College, Dublin and later trained in ALRA, London. She is a fluent German speaker and spent five years, after graduation, dashing between London and Berlin. In 2012, Aoibheann played Myra Arundel in Noel Coward’s Hay Fever, which toured American theatres in May and June. Aoibheann then went on to star in A Woman Of No Importance in July 2012 (The Gate), Bedroom Farce in 2013 (The Gate), and as Mrs Chevely in Ethan Mc Sweeny’s production of An Ideal Husband at the Gate during the summer of 2014.

She has worked in film and TV, with parts in AEon Flux (2005), Fay Grim (2006).

Bryan Quinn
Age 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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Bryan Quinn

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Bryan Quinn

Age 30s/40s
Region Leinster

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Bryan Quinn has been living under your stairs since well before you moved in.
 
From there, he has recorded VO’s for Meteor, Vodafone, National Lotto, Hailo – starred in The Rubberbandits ‘Dad’s Best Friend’ and appeared in  The National Lottery Bunny Ad, No Nonsense Readymade, Fruice and Dublin Bus.
Conor McKenna
Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Conor McKenna

Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Conor is currently one of the busiest VOs on the Dublin scene, working with Rabo Direct and Bord Gáis. He also suffered from a severe case of the Ts+Cs on the 2014 Choose Radio Campaign.
Conor is one third of comedy trio Foil, Arms and Hog. He has starred on television as part of the TV3’s Snaptastic, RTE’s The Savage Eye, Heroes and There’s Something about Patrick. With the group he is a regular contributor on Radio to The John Murray Show, The Tom Dunne Show and Dermot & Dave.
Conor Mullen
Age 30s/40s, 40s/50s
Region Leinster

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Conor Mullen

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Conor Mullen

Age 30s/40s, 40s/50s
Region Leinster

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Conor is an extremely experienced voiceover artist, having voiced commercial campaigns for The Sunday Independent, Vodafone, Zurich Life Insurance, EBS, Suzuki, Nicorette, Lidl and Eircom to name just a few.

Conor is also one of Ireland’s most recognisable actors, having worked extensively in television both at home and the UK. He is perhaps best known for playing Stuart McElroy in Holby City and for his lead role as Aiden Doherty in the BBC series Rough Diamond.

His other TV credits include Silent Witness, Anner House, Heartbeat, Island at War, Reckless, Ultimate Force, School Run, The Whistleblowers and Deception. Conor’s film work includes Saltwater directed by Conor McPhearson, Ordinary Decent Criminal directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan, Silent Grace directed by Maeve Brennan, The Tiger’s Tail directed by John Boorman, and The Honeymooners directed by Karl Golden.

As a theatre actor, Conor has starred in numerous productions with the Abbey Theatre, the Gate Theatre, Druid Theatre, and Red Kettle Theatre Company in Ireland. He has also appeared at the Bush Theatre and the Hampstead Theatre in London. Notable productions include This Lime Tree Bower at the Bush Theatre, Translations at the Gaiety Theatre, Lady Windemere’s Fan at The Gate Theatre Dublin (directed by Alan Stanford), and Macbeth and No Romance at the Abbey Theatre.

Cormac O’Sullivan
Age 30s/40s
Region Munster

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Cormac O’Sullivan

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Cormac O’Sullivan

Age 30s/40s
Region Munster

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Cormac’s tone will add gravitas and sincerity to any job. He is also a fluent Irish speaker. His voice has been used for a range of brands such as Jameson; The Irish Independent; Barry’s Tea; Vodafone; Kerrygold; Tourism Ireland; Aldi; as well as on the award-winning HSA Farm Safety radio ad and as a Stadium Announcer in Croke Park.

Cormac has also worked with Giant Animations – a departure from his usual voice work, but an area of his career that is sure to flourish!

Daniel Ramamoorthy
Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Daniel Ramamoorthy

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Daniel Ramamoorthy

Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Daniel is a professional radio presenter, voice over artist and musician. Growing up in 10 countries around the world, Daniel has worked and performed with some of the best both locally and internationally.

Daniel sings with the Discovery Gospel Choir, Without Walls and as a solo artist with incredible opportunities to perform on the best stages in the country such as the RDS, Olympia, Vicar Street, Victory Centre and others as well as on TV and radio stations.

Daniel also presents a regular 2 hour show on Spirit Radio, as well as being a guest contributor on other local and national radio networks. In addition to this, Daniel is an entrepreneur involved in a variety of things from consulting to lecturing.

Darren Lalor
Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Darren Lalor

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Darren Lalor

Age 20s/30s
Region Leinster

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Not content with people seeing his face on stage, Darren now insists that people hear his voice on the airwaves! A recent addition to Volcanic, he has already worked with Eircom and Tesco on tv, radio and web campaigns.

Although new to voice overs, Darren has been a regular fixture on the Irish comedy circuit for the past four years. Despite being only 22, he has already amassed a wealth of experience and, in the words of Hot Press magazine, “was literally born to do it.” He is a regular performer in Dublin’s top comedy venues, such as the Laughter Lounge and the Comedy Crunch. He also recently became a resident MC of the International Comedy Club, a comedy institution which attracts some of the biggest acts from all over the world.

He hopes that his stage experience will serve him well as he ventures into the world of voice overs.

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