Adam is a highly experienced comedian and impressionist, with a solid reputation in theatres, clubs, television and radio.
He appeared in 3 series of the popular TV show dedicated to impressionists:
Who Do You Do? and was the “voice-man” for BBC Radio 2’s Ken Dodd’s Palace of Laughter.
His voice-over work includes 3 seasons of supplying the Popeye voice for the Thorpe Park summer spectaculars; numerous adverts for Channel TV in Jersey;
several character voices for Children’s Radio Plays (Arcadia Music Corporation) and “Alice the Musical” (Flame Music).
Adam can produce a wide range of voices and regional dialects to suit your requirements, including: Middle American;
Welsh; Scottish; Irish; Liverpudlian; Birmingham; Cockney & French.
If you require a different voice, accent or impression for your project, just ask! The chances are, Adam can help.
Email or telephone with your requirements, and we can discuss your specific needs and budget.
Click on the Voice Demo button below for a sample of Adam’s voices.