Robert is a professionally trained, award-winning actor, voice actor and stand-up comedian who has performed extensively on stage and screen in a variety of large scale and international productions, as well as hosting shows live on radio and producing podcasts.
His natural voice is RP/London 30’s.
Robert’s voice has been variously described as warm, natural, authentic, young, fresh, articulate, funny, energetic, classy, authoritative, smooth, and cool.
He is also a bit of a Shakespeare nerd with a talent for multiple characters and sight-reading difficult prose.
As a voice actor, Robert has played a number of different characters for video games, as well as product videos, commercials, corporate, documentary and explainers. He can accurately perform a variety of British accents, especially RP, London, Yorkshire and Northern Irish, as well as International accents like New York and Eastern European.
Recent Clients: Amazon O2 Coral Bet Virgin IKEA BBC BlueBirdRMP. Qiyi Sudios Bristol University Press Kami Ads WWE Story Pocket Audible
Studio: Microphone: Rode NT1A Interface: Audient iD14 Studio Software: Cubase Pro, RX8 Studio Hardware: Macbook Pro, Lenovo ThinkPad Headphones: AKG271 Studio Internet: Fibre Optic 100MB
Robert is also available to travel for sessions and can be in Central London within 30 minutes.
Robert won a scholarship to Drama Centre London and after graduating, trained further in physical theatre at the renowned Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute in Moscow. He has performed internationally as an actor and stand-up comedian in places from London to Dublin, Norway, Moscow, New York and Scunthorpe, to name but a few of his favourites.
Robert has just finished a West End run of the smash hit One Jewish Boy, soon touring nationally and internationally and is a three time Edinburgh award winner, including as a producer and writer-performer for his own theatre company.
Additional theatre credits includes a national tour of King Arthur, Stop-Look-Listen, The Tempest, But A Dream and recently in him playing Gontran to great acclaim in John Cleese’s adaptation of Bang Bang.
His TV career began at an early age when he landed the regular role of Jeremy the bully in the BBC’s Grange Hill.