Character Voiceover for Video Games and Animation
Video game developers and animation studios need strong actors. The project might be grounded in a realistic setting with authentic characters or a fantasy realm with fairies and mythical beasts. Either way, solid and believable performances from the voice actors are essential to the project’s success.
Sarah’s entire career has been in the performing arts. She began acting at the age of 10 and was heavily involved in drama throughout her teens. After finishing school, she undertook formal acting training and then worked professionally in theatre and film. Throughout her theatre career, Sarah received multiple awards for her mainstage performances. Sarah has been voice acting for the past 20 years and operating her studio since 2017.
A Strong Character Actress
Not all actors are good voiceover artists. Not all voiceover artists are good actors. Theatre acting is very different to film acting. And voice acting is different again. While there is a small area of overlap, they are very separate skill sets. A good voice actor needs years of experience or coaching (or both) in acting and voiceover. With her high level of experience across both disciplines, Sarah offers the best of both worlds to video game developers and animation studios. Her ability to analyse and interpret a script, follow directions and explore her range to develop a character make her a solid choice for studios wanting the best from their voice actors.
Experienced Character Voiceover
Sarah is the voice of Ashley Baker in the ground-breaking Australian made first person shooter VR game, Espire 1: VR OPERATIVE. She voices the character of Steph in LoveSick Darlings, an emotional visual novel grounded in the realistic lives of a group of Australian teenagers. In animation, for Studio Moshi in Australia she can be heard as Marigold in the 52 episode cartoon series Space Chickens In Space. Further afield for German Developer Ion Lands, you can find Sarah’s quietly menacing Bandit Queen racing against Rania in cyberpunk adventure game Cloudpunk.
Sarah has also worked with independent games developer Fallen Leaf Studios to develop an as-yet-unreleased video game that saw her working with the likes of Troy Baker and Roger Clarke.
Get in touch today to talk to Sarah about breathing life into your next character-based voiceover project!