Leah Marks
 

Leah Marks, Voice Actor and Broadcaster

Some Things You Might Like To Know

I'm the voice of the BBC's Civilisations augmented reality app and presented BBC Radio 4's "To Rent or Not To Rent". I've appeared in several Radio 4 plays, and can also be heard reading the news on BBC Radio Manchester and BBC 5Live

My notably warm and deep voice - RP with optional Manchester - has been used by BBC Inside Out North West, ITV's Loose Women, Aardman, The British Red Cross, Guylian chocolate, Longleat Safari Park, Asda, and the V&A among many others.  To use it for your project, get in touch for a chat.

Some Things You Might Like To Listen To

 

NEW! Guylian Christmas TV Campaign 2018


NEW! Longleat Safari Park - Winter 2018


Voiceover

The film is really great, thanks to your voice
— Jude Moore, The British Red Cross

Some Places You Might Have Heard Me

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My voiceover work's been featured on the Huffington Post, the Guardian website, the BBC, ITV and broadcast to members of the European Parliament. I can be heard on TV commercials, apps, documentary narration, in store promotions, Virtual Reality tours, telephone on hold messages and corporate videos.

I also run a social and make a podcast for voiceovers in the North of England with voice coach and fellow VO Nicola Redman. It's called VO Social North, and can be found here, here and here.


Voice Actor

Wonderfully instinctive - a complete pleasure
— John M Wilson, Director - Paper Moon Productions

Some Examples Of My Acting Work

I've performed several roles for BBC Radio 4 - in the "The B Towns - The Punjab""Give Dotty a Chance" and" Intensive Care". I also make the odd appearance on BBC Radio 3's The Verb, reading poems and extracts from novels. 

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 Down The Line at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

Down The Line at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

Radio Drama

Audiobooks

Character


BBC 5Live Love Letter - I Love You Grandad, Despite Your Racism

 Short Film for "Downpour" Street Game, Manchester Science Festival

Talented, versatile and a pleasure to work with.
— Rosie Poebright, Director - Splash & Ripple

Radio

Besides my VO, news reading and audio drama work, I also occasionally pop up elsewhere...

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Brilliantly Professional
— Eleanor Church, Lark Rise Pictures

What I Can Offer You

My acoustically treated home recording studio features a Rode Broadcaster and Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, with facilities for remote direction using Source Connect or Skype. I can provide finished, edited or unedited WAV or MP3 files via Dropbox, Wetransfer or any other large file sharing method with a very quick turnaround.

I also work closely with studios in Manchester and London and would be happy to help you book somewhere suitable if you wish to direct in person.

If you'd like to discuss your project with me directly, use the form below. You can also contact me via Curated Voices, a company that specialises in providing voices for the museum, culture and heritage sector. I look forward to hearing from you!

Contact

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