Elroy Spoonface Powell

Membre depuis 3 années
"Deep, smooth and authoritative."

Spoon Bio

Elroy 'Spoonface Powell (Spoon) is an author, actor, voice artist and media consultant. His experiences in the music industry led him to write a book to assist emerging talent with ideas around sustainability titled 'How To Think Beyond A Chart Position' - https://bit.ly/skeyspoon

In 2000, Spoon achieved international recording success as the voice of 'Black Legend' with their cover of the Barry White classic "You See the Trouble with Me". This proved to be a hit reaching No. 1 in the UK and sold several million worldwide.
He was also one half of the duo behind the club classic 'Hey Girl'. Spoon has collaborated with a number of artists from varying genres to include Deekline, Danny Byrd, High Contrast, Omar. Janet Kay. Kelis, Craig David and currently runs the spoonsvoices.com voice-over agency, helping top tier brands source voices for their projects.

In 2019, comedy show and podcast 'Love Jumps’, was shortlisted for an Audio Production Award and features the talent from the Spoon's Voices roster. As an actor. Spoon has made screen appearances; from the market of British soap Eastenders, to high profile commercials with Haribo, Spec Savers, Three and his role as wrestler 'Union Jack' in the Rock and Stephen Merchant film 'Fighting With My Family', which debuted at number one in the UK. He has also appeared in Star Wars Episode VII T he Force Awakens' as 'Rosser Weno' and continues to build upon a varied and buoyant career.


Stings and idents for TV
Singing in commercial music industry


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Acting and Singing