Mark Ryes

Award winning British voiceover artist. RP, warm & friendly with a neutral accent.

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Mark Ryes


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Vintage newsreader voicereel
Recent Work


Source Connect
Phone Patch

Bio and Credits

English (British and European)
English (United Kingdom)
English (Other)
Accents and Dialects
West Country, West Midlands
Voice Age
Middle Aged
30+ years as a voiceover and presenter.
Mark is an award-winning, highly experienced voiceover artist and TV presenter, with credits including BBC, ITV, Sky and a huge number of corporate companies.

He works from professional studios in Oxfordshire which deliver broadcast quality, but he's just as happy to travel to studios across the UK. He's available to record every day, can deliver fast turn-around times, and even make direct connection to your studio if required through Source-Connect Now.

Mark's the current holder of the One Voice Award for Best Overall Performance in Telephony/IVR - and recently one of the films he voiced "Secrets of a Frozen Ocean" won Best Documentary at the New York City International Film Festival, and another, "Life begins at 90" has won Best Documentary film in the European Cinematography Awards, Best Inspirational Film at the Oniros Film Awards, AND Best Cinematography in a Documentary Feature Film at the Cyprus International Film Festival.

Mark's recent clients have included: HSBC, EE,, Bosch, GSK, Landrover, Unilever, KPMG, Mercedes Benz, Nestle, ATP World Tennis Tour, Thames Water, Subway, Which magazine, Deloitte, Wickes, Halfords, Ferrero, Lloyd's Register, Network Rail, Phillips, Direct Line, Thomas Cook, Celador, Global Radio, and many more.

Mark has also created a wide range of character voices from an animated cat commentator on the latest series of Hot Wheels Pet Prix videos, to a werewolf, pirate, robot, Santa, and many more. He also specialises in the 1940's newsreader voice that you hear on classic Pathe newsreels, British Movietone News and old BBC archive.

On a weekly basis, Mark voices a wide variety of projects including corporate videos, TV and radio commercials, explainer videos, e-learning, podcast intros, live show announcements, video game characters, sales training, telephone messages and programme narration. Mark's flexibility is sure to suit your next project, so get in touch today.

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