Bio : Esther Coles, London based actress and writer, grew up in Cumbria but is originally from Nottingham. Esther trained at RADA and recently featured as Miss Fox in ‘Enola Holmes’ and as Mrs Cox in Autumn de Wilde’s ‘Emma’ alongside Anya Taylor-Joy. She is also known for the lead role of Liz in the BBC comedy series ‘Nurse’, in which she performed and co-wrote with Paul Whitehouse and David Cummings. Other screen credits include, for TV; 'Eastenders' , ‘Josh’, ‘Doctors’, ‘House of Fools’ all for BBC, ‘Damned’ (Channel 4), Great Night Out (ITV) and for Film; ‘On Chesil Beach’ and ‘Sixty Six’ (Universal). Her Theatre work includes plays for Nottingham Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible, Lyric Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Royal Court, Young Vic and most recently, ‘Dusty’, the musical biography of Dusty Springfield directed by Maria Friedman. Her voiceover work includes animation, videogames, audiobooks and BBC Radio 4 Dramas ‘Golden Years’, ‘Nurse’ and ‘Down The Line’. Offstage, Esther is an avid beekeeper and co-hosts the wonderful Podcast series ‘Queen Bees’ with her lifelong friend Jane Horrocks.
Experience: Theatre, Commercial, Corporate, Comedy, Musical Theatre, Voiceover, Video Game, Animation, Drama, Radio Drama, Writer, ADR, Audio Book, Spoken Word, Singer, Poetry
Type: Voiceover, Female, Comedy, Actress
Vocal Age Range: 40-50, 50-55IMDb
Description : Esther has a gorgeously warm and melodic Northern accent. Honey to your ears! Bags of character and a plethora of accents. She's versatile, playful and engaging.
Native Voice: British
Accent: American Midwest, Birmingham, London, Neutral, Northern, RP, Midlands East, Leicester, Liverpool, Nottingham, Manchester, Yorkshire, Dublin, New York, German, Cumbrian, Trans Atlantic, Bolton, Derby, Grimsby
Style: caring, characterful, conversational, friendly, warm, reassuring, articulate, engaging, expressive, playful
Documentary Style: Medical, Educational, Nature, Comedy, History, Natural History, Dramatic, Crime, Conversational, Food & Drink, Travel, Lifestyle
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