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Catherine T.

Catherine T.

Catherine is an award-nominated Northern voiceover artist with over 15 years of experience in the industry. She has a warm, honest and friendly tone.  Her natural accent originates from County Durham/North Yorkshire and she often voices in what people call a ‘slight generic Northern’ accent.

She’s voiced everything from TV and radio commercials to corporate, explainer videos and IVR.

To hire British female Voiceover Catherine for your voiceover project contact Great British Voices Today!    

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Testimonials

From the get go, Catherine was bubbly, positive and enthusiastic towards our project. She was great to work with and the voiceover was produced with great quality. We’re really happy with the video produced and the voiceover definitely helped elevate the project. Would highly recommend Catherine, from start to finish the experience of working with her was very pleasant.
Brydn Webb – This Is Purpose 

Catherine was a delight to work with – she was very communicative throughout, and her enthusiasm for the project shone through in her delivery. I would highly recommend Catherine, and she’s now at the top of our list for future projects.
Matt Shaw – Pixel House Media

Catherine provided us with a great voiceover for one of our clients in the construction industry. She was responsive at all contact points and nailed the first delivery out of the park. Would work with her again in a heartbeat.
Dan Miller – PinPointMedia  

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