Laura Brydon

Laura Brydon

Mitglied seit 5 Jahren •
"Warm, animated, friendly & experienced British/Yorkshire Voice"

Hi, I'm Laura Brydon, a professional, experienced, British voiceover artist and actress based in London. I lend my dulcet tones to commercials, explainer videos, e-learning projects, corporate pitches, games and audiobooks (both producing books via the ACX platform and with the RNIB). My repertoire is extensive but I'm always willing to accept a challenge so...if you don't hear what you're looking for in my voicereels, drop me a line and I'll send you a demo with your specific project in mind.

My voice has been described as friendly, honest, engaging, conversational and animated. Have a listen and see what you think...

I originally trained as an actor/dancer/singer at Bird College of Performing Arts and enjoyed a career treading the boards in the West End and on tour for over 8 years. It was during my time in theatre that I became more aware of the voiceover industry and have loved it ever since.

You can contact me directly or, alternatively, I'm represented by Excellent Talent in London so get in touch if you'd like to chat about a project.


1st Class BA(Hons) Dance and Theatre Performance (Bird College, accredited by University Greenwich 2003)


Various radio and TV commercials including a Yakult (science not magic) ad which is still being aired, Welcome to Yorkshire campaign and a YouTube ad for Benzac.

E-learning projects including an extensive project for the BBC Bitesize platform.

Political broadcasts, web ads and many corporate videos for clients such as Arriva, Camelot, TSB, Robinsons and British Gas.

Audiobooks for the RNIB and Audible via ACX

Animation: Innkeeper in children's animated series "Thatch & Dial" available on You Tube soon...


Experienced singer, performed on BBC Radio 2 as part of the 21st Anniversary celebrations of Les Miserables and over 7 years experience in the West End and on tour in shows including:

Les Miserables
Jersey Boys
Blood Brothers
Stepping Out
Poppy (RSC)
Matilda workshops (RSC)