Finally making it's way onto the small screen. Becca's Bunch.
I'm thrilled to announce that I'm the voice of Ringo the bus driver in the new children's TV show Becca's Bunch. They asked for my best cockney accent, which is a style I think I perfected years ago. Once the shows producers have isolated a clip with Ringo in it, I'll post it here. We've recorded 50 episodes of Becca's Bunch so far and it's getting fantastic reviews (like this review from TBI vision). I've provided a few voiceovers for cartoons before, including the GoJetters Christmas Special and a promo video for Teletubbies. But this is definitely the one I'm most excited about — I even got a credit on IMDB!
Becca's Bunch was made by the Dublin-based studio Jam, with a little help from Factory, the UK team behind The Clangers. The show follows a group of enthusiastic animal children led by the delightful Becca — a little bird with a sense of adventure. The story and characters are nice, and the voice acting is great (if I say so myself), but the best thing about it is the unique animation style. Jam and Factory had a budget of €8 million to play with and they've managed to combine a mixture of puppetry, live action, 2D and 3D animation. The show is on NickJr every day at 7pm.
Are you looking for a voiceover artist with a wide range of characters to contribute to your next animation project? Perhaps you're making the promo video for the finished show and you need a nice energetic voice? Well I'd love to hear from you, so please feel free to get in touch. If it helps you figure out whether or not I'm right for your project, I'm happy to read out a sample from your script for free.