Ian Pringle

Ian Pringle

Membro à 4 anos
"Dark, Strong and Trustworthy. Great comic timing."

Ian trained as an Actor in 1999 - 2001, since leaving Drama School he has broadened his career and uses his acting skills to facilitate training, direct and of course as Voice Talent. He has worked with a diverse range of individuals and groups ranging from prisoners in high secure prisons to children in primary schools, as well as professionals in corporate settings. Ian is a great story teller and a exceptional listener. Ian's voice represents his experience; warm, informative, tough and trustworthy, equally at home with strong emotions and playing for laughs.


2000 - 2002 Actor Training Full Time 2 Years The Academy Drama School
2005 Forum Theatre Training 2 days Cardboard Citizens
2006 Accredited Programme Facilitation 2 Weeks The National Probation
2006 Motivational Interviewing Training 2 Days Pip Mason
2007 Mask Making and Performing 1 Week Mike Chase
2007 Making Sense of the Arts Y160 The Open University
2007 An Introduction to Humanities A103 The Open University
2009 Animation and film making 3 Days Forkbeard Fantasy
2008 Approaching Literature A210 The Open University
2008 Mask Performance Workshop 1 Day Victoria Lee
2009 Rainbows of Desire Theatre Workshop 1 Day Adrian Jackson
2007 Clown workshop 1 Day Peta Lilly
2008 Improvisation Workshop 1 Day Hoipolloi Theatre
2009 Verbatim Theatre Workshop 2 Days Tara McAllister Veill
2009 Open Space Technology 2 Days Phelim McDermot
2010 Play and comedy Workshop 2 Days John Wright
2010 Film Making Workshop 1 Day Goerge Flemming
2010 Radio Drama Directing 1 Day The BBC
2010 Clown Workshop 2 Days Mick Barnfather
2012 Stand Up Comedy Course 3 Days The London Comedy Course
2013 Motivational Interviewing Training 2 Days Dr Mark Farrall
2013 PTTLS Derby College


On leaving Drama School in 2001 Ian did some voice over work for Freeserve Broadband. He then focussed most of his energy on theatre performance. In 2005 he became a full-time member of Geese Theatre Company, where he honed his skills as an actor and facilitator for 5 years. Leaving Geese in 2010 Ian created his own company Face Up Theatre and continued to perform and direct theatre performances. He has also developed a portfolio of training work including clients such as EuroStar. Throughout this time Ian has always worked on his voice and has always wanted to get back into VoiceOver. In 2018 he finally got round to it. Ian's voice is a combination of all his life and work experiences.


Ian is an actor, director and teacher. All these skills can be utilised to bring your voiceover to life for the listener.