Finnigan Morris

Member for 2 years
"Neutral British Voice with excellent versatility."

I'm capable of a wide range of voice qualities and accents and often work internationally. My voice has strengths in both cheerful, conversational and informative reads, though my major strengths lie in the animation and video game sphere, where my work has gone into BAFTA winning projects.

 Training

I have a BA (Hons) in Acting from Birmingham School of Acting (now Birmingham Royal Conservatiore) . I have since gone on to train with the consummate veteran Jeannie Elias in Los Angeles, Peter Warnock and Randall Ryan.

 Experience

I have several credits that I consider some of my finest work, including:

BAFTA winning video game 'Return of the Obra Dinn'
I had the starring role of Michael Booth in NHK's animated series "Sushi and Beyond" which went out globally and was nominated for an Asian TV award.
I had the great pleasure of narrating and producing the audio book "The Woman on the Train" by Rupert Colley.
I have narrated for major publications such as Forbes and The Guardian.

 Specials

I can sing in a range of styles from musicals to rock and metal to jazz and lounge. I have a strong array of accents at my disposal and the ability to research and refine one, should the need come about.