We are multilingual voice over artists. We offer a one-stop ‘voice shop’ for creative and corporate projects in Greek, English and European-accented English.

Over the past 10 years, we’ve worked with top corporate and commercial clients, including the BBC, DHL and Harper Collins.

From training programs and ads, to podcasts and video games, our voices have travelled the world in both English and Greek.

Booked individually or as a team, we read and lip sync:

  • Web explainers
  • Training programs
  • TV & radio commercials
  • Radio plays
  • Audiobooks
  • Podcasts
  • IVRs
  • ADRs
  • Video games
  • Toys

We can either record in a London studio of your choice or record using our own equipment. We supply files in the required format, lip-syncing to film clips as required.

Both trained actors, there’s nothing we like more than bringing a script to life.

Listen to some example work.


Greek Voice Over Artist London (Melina Theocharidou Greekvo.com)

VOICE: Calm, clear & engaging

Melina Theocharidou’s voice has featured in countless campaigns, including video games (Assassin’s Creed Odyssey), corporate training videos (DHL), ADRs (BBC Peaky Blinders), language learning (Hodder & Stoughton), a toy voice for My Little Pony (Hasbro), and in-flight announcements (Iberia Airlines). A native Greek speaker, Melina’s natural accent in English sounds European, an ideal match for continental projects.

When not recording, Melina directs other voiceover artists in the studio (credits include The House of European History).

Melina’s 2018 stage work includes performing the Greek production of the worldwide smash hit Every Brilliant Thing and The Misanthrope. Melina also directs for the stage and is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab in New York.


Greek Voice Over Artist London (Marina Koem Greekvo.com)

VOICE: Soft, clear & friendly

Marina Koem’s voice has featured in radio plays (BBC Radio 4 The Line with Toby Jones, BBC Radio 4 The Maltby Collection), corporate training (Shell), TV ads (Clean & Clear), ADRs (BBC The Little Drummer Girl, BBC Waking the Dead), and language narration (BBC Quickstart Greek, Harper Collins). A confident storyteller, Marina works fluently in both languages having been brought up in Athens to a British-Greek family.

When not recording, Marina directs voiceover artists (credits include DHL’s eLearning programme).

Previous acting includes BBC’s Waking the Dead, The Tempest, feature films in the Middle East and Greece, as well as seven British and European TV ads. Marina has a parallel career as a freelance Brand Account Director and is the proud mum of two boys.

Melina and Marina also work with a number of male voices who can be brought on board.