Ewan Black


Bio : Ewan is a London based actor, originally from Aberdeenshire. He trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, where he won the Peter O’Toole Award. Ewan recently performed in Mark Rylance’s 'Dr Semmelweis' at Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal & the West End. He can soon be seen in the new Netflix Original 'Matilda', the 2022 upcoming film. He is also known for his role of Trelaw/Osric in Andy Serkis’ AR Mo-Cap Film of 'The Grinning Man' (Imaginarium Studios). Recent Theatre credits include; 'Signal Fires' (Fuel Theatre/Eden Court), 'The Grinning Man' (Trafalgar Studios), 'A Christmas Carol' and 'Sleeping Beauty' (Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal) and 'Romeo & Juliet' (Bath Theatre Royal). His voice work includes; Narrator for the Humane Society ‘End the Lockdown for All' campaign, 'Blood at the Bridal Shop' for Radio and as the Poet’s voice for BBC 'Country File', a Robert Burn’s special. Ewan is also a DOP and Director of Bigger Pictures Productions.

Experience: Theatre, Documentary, Musical Theatre, Voiceover, Motion Capture, Narration, Film, Radio

Type: Voiceover, Actor, Male

Vocal Age Range: 25-35



Description : Ewan has a naturally rich, expressive, conversational tone, layered with an engaging charm and warm Scottish lilt.

Accent: American Southern States, Scottish-Standard, Heightened RP, American-Standard, West Country, Highlands, Aberdeen, London, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Standard Welsh, RP

Documentary Style: Travel, Conversational, Nature, Educational

Native Voice: Scottish

Style: expressive, natural, engaging, smooth, reassuring, warm, conversational