Dai is versatile and can deliver from a gentle, rich, engaging narrative read, to crazy high-pitched character with excellent comic timing. He has extensive voiceover experience for Japan, UK and US TVs and Radios.
Haruka is an established U.K. based actress, presenter and voice over artist with 20 years of experience. Haruka's range of VO jobs is spread far and wide. He has recorded numerous corporates include: Google, DHL, Microsoft, IKEA, Dell & Skype. She has also voiced educational materials such as Oxford University Press and University of Cambridge Language Centre. Haruka’s character voicing include: Noodle from internationally acclaimed virtual pop band Gorillaz, Little Dotti Chicken (YouTube) and Ask Lara (BBC). She has also worked for numerous computer games such as Genji 1&2 (PlayStation), Siren 2 (PlayStation), Mini Ninja, Total War: Shogun 2 (Sega) ,Battalion Wars (Nintendo Gamecube). Her credits on radio/Audio drama include A Pale View of the Hills, Fewer Not Less and After the Quake (all for BBC Radio 4). Haruka is able to deliver a professional standard recording at her home studio.
Masashi is a Japanese actor, singer and voice over artist based in London.
He started his professional career as opera singer in Japan and moved to Italy in 1992.
Since 1995. he has been working in th UK for main streem TV, Film and Theatre productions.
SADAO’s voice has earthy, warm, kind nature naturally. Versatile to more authoritative and commanding mature voice. From smooth corporative reading to eccentric characters, he has wide ranges of voices. Age range 30s to 60s. Standard Tokyo Japanese, Western Japan dialect. Clear English with subtle Japanese accent.
Conversational, can be authoritative and comical. Depending on the context, Leo can be cool, reassuring. Leo's native accent of Japanese is Osaka dialect, which is popular but very difficult to speak. Leo can also speak standard Japanese too.
Togo has many years of experience and can voice a wide variety of styles and characters across all fields. He was nominated for a BAFTA GAMES AWARD in 2012.