What languages do you work in as a voice talent?
What languages do you speak well enough to work in?
English and Spanish.
Do you sing?
What types of voice overs do you do?
Dubbing, advertising and audio description.
Have you ever done any acting in theatre or film?
I trained as an actress at The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London. I have theatre, film and TV experience.
How long have you been a voice artist?
Have you done any work as a voice actor that stands out or you consider your best work?
Voicing Audio Description for Netflix programs. Great British Baking Show and Shaun the Sheep.
When did you realize you were good at doing voice overs?
From a young age I realised that talking allows you to learn, develop and communicate. I used my naturally bright and engaging voice to communicate my opinion through humour and connect with people across the globe.
Do you have a funny anecdote about a voice over job you’ve done?
I remember sitting in the car as a kid and trying to copy the adverts and presenters on the radio. I would practice funny voices and trying to emulate the style and storytelling that I heard.
What compliments do you get about your voice?
That it’s energetic, clear and tells a vibrant story.
Do you have a hobby or passion relevant to voice overs that you’d like to comment on?
My passions are travel, fashion and history, so I love nothing more than voicing documentaries and learning more about these areas. I usually book flights after I voice or watch a travel documentary!
Cara is a trained actress with experience in film, television and theatre. She’s been a voice artist for six years.