Bloomsbury Media Lab
Acting & VO
Actors, voice over artists and performers available for educational film and video
Luke Dunn is an actor and voiceover artist with experience in TV, film and commercials. He is also the creator, writer, and director of higher education and corporate videos, as well as a singer-songwriter and guitarist. He played the role of bouncy, happy-go-lucky ‘Oli’ in the drama episodes of the BLE’s course Is a PhD Right For Me? on FutureLearn.
Ben is an Actor and Voiceover artist who began his career in television production with the BBC in 2010. His sound is intelligent, youthful, relaxed and easy on the ear, perfect for educational and technology companies. He is experienced in voicing e-learning, language localisation, corporate explainers, commercials, character voices, children's toys and audiobooks. Ben has narrated an extensive range of English novels for Audible.com including; Oliver Twist, Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland
Previous corporate clients include; Penguin Books, The Carphone Warehouse, Canon, Madame Tussauds and the BBC. More examples of Ben's work and current projects can be found on his website, as well as contact information.
Chloe Pervez studied acting at the Performance Preparation Academy. She is based in Buckinghamshire and juggles her acting with her career as an Operations Manager at a DIY retail store. Chloe features as hard-working 'Paula' in drama episodes of the BLE’s course Is a PhD Right For Me? on FutureLearn.
Shervine Thompson has experience in voice acting as well as performing on stage and in film. She trained at Kingdom Drama School in London, as well receiving singing and voice coaching at Aaron Nice Music. She played the role of ‘Annie’, the most anxious and insecure of the four potential PhD students in drama episodes of the BLE’s course Is a PhD Right For Me? on FutureLearn.