With Christmas round the corner, we thought to share the latest work of some of our clients to help you get into the holiday spirit. So add some animation to your watchlist, press play on your next podcast, or simply get your feet up with a festive film.


Featuring Mog’s Christmas, David Copperfield, Wonka, and There’s Something in the Barn.




Mog’s Christmas

Benedict Cumberbatch


BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH stars in Mog’s Christmas Special this year as the voice of Mr Thomas. An animated adaptation of Judith Kerr’s much loved children’s book, watch these Kerr’s illustrations come to life and follow Mog’s adventure when Christmas preparations all get too much.


Produced by Lupus Films, Mog’s Christmas will air on Channel 4 this Christmas, but make sure to catch the trailer here!


Globally recognised as the heroic Doctor Strange and the captivating Sherlock Holmes, BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH is a household, international name of note.

In voice, Benedict has recently narrated Disney’s Super/Natural documentary series and is recognisable as the voices of The Grinch, Shere Khan in Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, and the deadly Smaug in The Hobbit franchise.


Listen to his voice reels here.




David Copperfield

Jack Lowden & Helena Bonham Carter


An Audible Original dramatization produced by Sam Mendes, follow the Charles Dickens classic being brought to life, starring HELENA BONHAM CARTER as Aunt Betsey, and JACK LOWDEN as Uriah Heep as well as Bespoke's YASMIN MWANZA.


David Copperfield is now available to listen to on Audilble here.





Recognised globally for her versatility, HELENA BONHAM CARTER holds a wide range of vocal capabilities showcased in the electric Bellatrix Lestrange, the eloquent Princess Margaret, the dangerous Mrs Lovett and many, many more. Helena sparks life into any character with such a distinguishable and energetic voice.

Her musical triumphs can also be seen in Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, Les Misérables and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street which have hailed her multiple nominations and awards over her extensive career.


Listen to her voice reels here.





JACK LOWDEN is a familiar face to TV audiences As River Cartwright in the recent series Slow Horses for Apple TV as well as leading the cast in BBC’s new crime drama The Gold. Jack can also be recognised in film with leading performances in recent film hits Benediction and Dunkirk.

Growing up in Scotland, Jack has a rich Scottish accent with low, gravelly tones – a profile artist of incredible range - in his accent repertoire is American, Australian, Cockney, Manchester and RP.

Jack is the perfect choice for any script needing distinction and emotional range.


Listen to his voice reels here.






Jim Carter & Freya Parker


The highly anticipated Wonka is finally here!


Starring JIM CARTER as Abacus Crunch and FREYA PARKER as Miss Bon Bon, catch the prequel to the legendary tale of Willy Wonka inspired by Roald Dahl’s classic storybook.


Now out in cinemas, watch the trailer here.




The rich voice of JIM CARTER is punchy and bold.

Well known as Mr Carson in Downton Abbey, his low baritone is extremely distinctive. Born in Yorkshire, Jim can read a Northern accent as well as his RP accent and has voiced various roles including the King in The Sea Beast, Cogman in Transformers, and Bernard in Wallace & Gromit: The Gig Fix Up video game.

Jim has recently narrated World’s Greatest Hotels, Last Laugh in Vegas and Inside the Ritz Hotel documentaries. Jim is a top choice for a recognisable casting with a hearty and trustworthy voice.

Listen to his voice reels here




FREYA PARKER is an actor and comedian, and one half of Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated Lazy Susan.

As a native Geordie, Freya naturally has a desirable regional and down and earth appeal for commercials. Being a sketch comedian her range of accents is extensive, making her well equipped for the demands of animation and gaming work.


Listen to her voice reels here.




There’s Something in the Barn 

Amrita Acharia


AMRITA ACHARIA stars in this Christmas comedy thriller mash-up where a family trip to Norway goes terribly wrong on an encounter with a mysterious creature hiding in their barn. Amrita plays wife, Carol in this new film by Vertigo Releasing. Available now in UK cinemas and digital platforms, watch the trailer here.


AMRITA ACHARIA is undeniably versatile. Recently seen as Aabis in The Serpent Queen, Dr Ruby Walker in The Good Karma Hospital and as Holly Fox in HULU’S The Sister, she injects passion and emotion into her characters.

Having lived in Ukraine, Kathmandu and Norway prior to moving to England, Amrita is proficient in many languages which makes her a top choice for multi-lingual roles. In her commercial and narrative work, Amrita holds a brightness in her intonation, a perfect fit for a light, elegant read.


Listen to her voice reels here.