Emily is a well known voice and face of TV entertainment having presented shows on Channel 4, Channel 5 and Bravo. She was chosen to be the voice and face of The Horror Channel (AMC) for 16 years as their continuity announcer and presenter. Her voice is friendly, natural, warm, engaging, intelligent, husky and at times a little bit cheeky! She researches and writes all her own scripts. Her natural accent is well spoken South East.
To hire Emily B. for your next voiceover project contact Great British Voices bookings co-ordinator Alex at email@example.com.
Emily has been presenting on TV since 1999 with major roles including the flagship Channel 4 videogame show BITS for two years where she researched presented and voiced her own scripts.
She is a well-known face on the UK independent Film scene and Horror genre for her work on The Horror Channel where she became their face and voice for 16 years!
Adaptable with acting skills she was recently employed by Hawk and Cleaver to play the part of a podcast host who gets trapped within a curse merging both presenting and acting skills. She was also chosen to narrate a RADIO 4 documentary “Metal at 40.”
Always keen, always professional and reliable. A warm friendly, girl-next-door, cheeky or seductive voice – she is adaptable so perfect for youthful branding, excitable energetic, or indeed will switch to her more serious journalistic academic voice.
Clients: Horror Channel AMC – Continuity Announcer, Hawk and Cleaver Podcast Host Actor The Other Stories – Halloween Special, Ghost Dog Films Trailer for videogame Crucible of the Vampire
Studio: Scarlet Solo interface, Mac, Audacity, Rode Mic
“(Its) always a pleasure to work with Emily. Great sounding studio and voice” – Michael Pacheo, Sound Engineer at AMC
“Her knowledge and genuine excitement for the horror genre has always come through in her scripts, taking direction well and always being a dream to work with. She has adapted to the numerous changes over the years and has always kept a professional attitude to the work.” – Leo James, Continuity Manager