So you like what you’ve heard. But what to do next? Get in CONTACT, of course!


Call: 07821 183 930

Skype: jack.glanville91


All Voiceover work will typically be recorded in either mp3. or wav. files. Please specify your preference when booking.


That’s great Jack, but how MUCH is it?

Glad you asked… well it’s actually REALLY simple – just follow these steps.


  1. What is it going to be used for?

    TV, radio, web, private, public etc

  2. How long is it?

    Give an estimated word count/length of piece.

  3. Give us the lowdown!

    As much detail about your project as possible – including style, tone of voice if needed, and anything else you think is relevant. The more detail, the more accurate your quote will be.

And that’s it! See, dead easy!

And in return… you get:


  • A professional, high quality voiceover – including a FREE demo

  • Fast, friendly service – typical jobs are usually done within 24 hours


Look forward to hearing from you!


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