Audio Drama Voiceover
Bringing characters to life so they jump off the written page is what I love best and a great place I do this is with audio dramas. I have been lucky to have worked on three large audio dramas and if you need a versatile voice then this is where I can help you.
I’m Lorraine Ansell, a UK based voiceover artist and I have worked on over 15 games as well as a large number of characters with my warm, fun, characterful voice. I love to bring characters to life and I have worked with Audible in their lovely recording studios near the Barbican, London as Maria Thorpe younger sister to Thorpe in Northanger Abbey. This was such a thrill as soon to be Dame Emma Thompson plays Jane Austen and Lily Cole is my older sister. When we recorded we were given bonnets and fans and we ad-libbed many crowd lines. Two of us got so into character that they let the microphones run and run and at the end of it the Director wanted to know what was the result of our mini gossip story we created. Being Maria Thorpe was a lot of fun and taught me a lot about being quick and versatile with character choices as well as taking direction.
Another firm favourite of mine is being Milly in Bryar Lane. This was an 18 episode audio drama and Milly recounts the times when she met the special people. She is a wonderful character to play with some really great emotional scenes. Have a listen to it here: http://modernaudiodrama.com/bryar-lane.html
How can I help?
With breath and width of experience creating characters to be voiced I enjoy the variety that each voiceover job brings. Each character and audio drama are very different so I apply all my experience and knowledge so that each character comes to life in their own unique and individual way. I record the lines and make the characters come to life magically.I use the best broadcast quality equipment and I am available to deliver and record your video game script on a daily basis with a 24 hour turnaround. Please get in touch for further details or to discuss your unique requirements. I’d be very happy to help.