Brigid Lohrey

Membre depuis 4 années •
"Versatile Australian/British with a warm and friendly tone"

Brigid is originally from the island of Tasmania, but now calls London home. She is a professional actor, examiner and audiobook narrator. Her native accent is a naturally warm but subtle variation of her native Australian. Having trained in the UK and worked here for the past 18 years, she’s also comfortable with projects that require more classically English characterisations. Alongside audiobooks she has also used her vocal talents commentating live medieval jousting, on E-Learning projects, commercials and gaming apps and has voiced various characters in the Dark Shadows and Dr Who Series. She won an Outstanding Achievement award for Narration at the MLC awards 2020.


Member of Gravy for the Brain
2012 Voice course, Cut Glass Productions
2011 Voice Course, The Actors Studio – Pinewood Sound
2011 Radio Presenting Course, Radio Facilities Ltd, with Andrew Hughes
2002 – 2004 The Academy Drama School – 2 year acting course
2002 LAMDA – Associate Acting Diploma
2 years with singing teacher Verona Chard
5 years voice production and singing training with Helen Todd


Brigid has voiced many regional and national commercials as well as E-Learning and Corporate voice jobs. Clients include Lavazza Tierra Coffee, Chandon Australia, Vodaphone, Sanofi Symposium and Del Negro Medical.
Brigid has also been an audiobook narrator for the last 16 years’ with a large collection of audiobooks on Audible. Genres include: Wholesome Romance, Contemporary Fiction, Historical Romance, Chick Lit, Erotic Romance, Mystery and Thrillers, Non Fiction, and Biographies. She is currently a semi-finalist in the MLC awards for narration on the Audiobook The Waratah Inn by Lilly Mirren.
Brigid has voiced Radio Dramas for Big Finish Productions, playing a huge variety of characters including; a sexy French ghost called Danielle Roget alongside Colin Baker in Dark Shadows: The House by the Sea; the Australian Dream Commando Wahn alongside Sylvester McCoy in Dr Who: Dreamtime; and the very English and very possessed Emma Finney in Dark Shadows: Beneath the Veil.
For several years she was a regular commentator for a Medieval Jousting Tournament at Camp Bestival, Lulworth Castle for Horses Impossible and fwas a radio presenter for Meridian Radio on an Arts Based program.


I can sing and am a mezzo soprano.