Sagar Arya

Sagar Arya

Sagar Arya is an actor and voice-over artist from India. His television credits include Endeavour, Rillington Place, Cucumber, Lewis, A Touch of Frost, Hunted, Spooks, Casualty and Holby City. He appeared as Claudio in RSC’s Much Ado About Nothing, as well as Twelfth Night (West End), The Great Game (Tricycle) and A Fine Balance (Hampstead). He has also recorded a number of audiobooks including An Era of Darkness, The Sialkot Saga, Annihilation of Caste (Dharma Audiobooks) and Upanishads (Ukemi Audiobooks).

Jonathan Booth

Jonathan Booth

Jonathan Booth has been a narrator and voiceover for over 30 years, working for a huge variety of broadcasters and brands across all media, from hundreds of BBC and National Geographic documentaries to thousands of corporate films to the voice of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. In his spare time he enjoys philosophy and cricket.

Nicholas Boulton

Nicholas Boulton

boultonNicholas Boulton trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he won the Carleton Hobbs Award. His theatre credits include An Ideal HusbandAfter the Rain and Arcadia for Trevor Nunn. He has appeared on TV in many productions, including Game of Thrones, and was a member of the BBC Radio Repertory Company. He is a highly experienced and sought-after reader of classic audiobooks. Land of Men (Wind, Sand and Stars) by Antoine de Sainte-Exupéry is his first recording for Ukemi Audiobooks.

Nigel Carrington

Nigel Carrington

Nigel Carrington is a busy actor and reader in major productions. He played Cornelius and covered Polonius in the celebrity London Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch; and was also in Farinelli starring Mark Rylance. Nigel has numerous audiobooks to his credit – including Max Hastings’ Das Reich and numerous other non-fiction and fiction books

Andrew Cullum

Andrew Cullum 

Andrew Cullum has worked extensively in theatre. His roles range from Richard III, on national tour, to various Pantomime Dames at Christmas. He has narrated numerous audiobooks, many of them thrillers or historical fiction. He has also written and produced his own play, The Panto Girls, and written a novel, Lights Burning Blue.

Dermot Crowley

Dermot Crowley

Dermot Crowley is a leading Irish actor. He has featured prominently in theatre (he toured worldwide with the Oliver Award winning production of Conor McPherson’s The Weir); and on TV – most recently in the hit series Luther, playing Idris Elba’s boss; and in many films including Return of the Jedi and Octopussy. He recorded Beckett’s Molloy for Naxos Audiobooks, and has followed that with Beckett’s Watt; and shortly to be released How It Is.

Matthew Lloyd Davies

Matthew Lloyd Davies

Matthew Lloyd Davies is an Audie Award winning narrator of nearly 200 audiobooks. An actor for over thirty years including appearances with; The RSC, National Theatre, West End (Lion King/Chicago/Mamma Mia), many tours both domestic and international and award winning tv and film, as well as directing award winning theatre for his own company Lunatics and the Poor.

Stephen Hogan

Stephen Hogan

stephen-hoganIrish-born Stephen Hogan was trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Afterwards, he achieved leading roles across several stages including performances at the Royal National Theatre in London and the prestigious Abbey and Gaiety Theatres in Dublin. Hogan began his screen career in 1993 and since that time has accumulated credits both in film and television including Starship Troopers 3: Marauder, Saving the Titanic, Redwater. His seen regularly at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, and heard on BBC Radio in single dramas and The Archers.

John Hollingworth

John Hollingworth

John HollingworthJohn Hollingworth studied at Trinity College, Dublin, University of California and RADA. His film work includes The Dark Knight Rises and Dorian Gray. He was Captain Henshaw in the BBC adaptation of Poldark. He has worked extensively on stage at the National Theatre, the Old Vic, Hampstead Theatre and the Tricycle Theatre; he is also a playwright. Le Grand Meaulnes is his first audiobook for Ukemi Audiobooks.

David Horovitch

David Horovitch

David Horovitch has had a long and distinguished career. His appearances in the theatre include many in the West End, the National Theatre and the RSC. Most recently he has appeared in Harwood’s Collaboration in Chichester in which he played Stefan Zweig! On television he is best remembered for his performance as Inspector Slack in Miss Marple and his films include Max and the Oscar nominated Solomon and Gaenor. Among his finest audiobooks are  Ovid’s Metamphoses, Lampedusa’s The Leopard and Hašek’s The Good Soldier Švejk