Kate Fleetwood

Info

Bio : Kate is currently can we seen starring in 'Wheel of Time', Netflix British horror 'Choose or Die' and has recently starred in the TV adaptation of Aldous Huxley's book 'Brave New World' alongside Demi Moore. She played Nancy Birch in 'Harlots' and Princess Feodora in ITV's 'Victoria'. She played the lead role in in the much acclaimed production of 'Medea' at The Almeida Theatre. Kate starred in ITV's 'The Widower' showing off a flawless New Zealand accent playing 'Felicity Drumm' and played Young Sister Hildegarde in Oscar winning film 'Philomena'. Kate also played Mary Cattermole in 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows'. Kate won Best Principal Performance, Female for her performance as 'Goneril', 'King Lear' at The National Theatre at The Falstaff Awards 2014. Voiceovers include various documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4 including 'Rise of the Nazi's'. 'Tesco' and 'Weetabix' ad campaigns plus various characters for video games including 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' and 'Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag.

Type: Actor, Female, Voiceover

Experience: Documentary, Video Game, Animation, Theatre, Commercial, Corporate

Vocal Age Range: 35-45, 30-40

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Voice

Description : Kate's voice is rich & soothing. Gorgeous RP read and incredibly versatile with a fantastic ear for accents. Voiceovers include Weetabuddies characters for 'Weetabix', 'Peaugot', 'Tesco Mobile', a regular voice for 'CNN' and CBeebies 'Numtums' animation characters.

Documentary Style: Comic, Informative, Reality, Medical

Accent: Northern Irish, Devon, Geordie, Lancashire, Standard Welsh, Italian, American Southern States, Mid Atlantic, Liverpool, Southern Irish, French, Russian, Birmingham, Standard Scots, Northern, Standard American, RP

Style: credible, seductive, melodic, fast, classy, soft, characterful, articulate, witty, cheerful, sincerity, comedic, energy, mumsy, colourful, friendly, relaxed, modern, engaging, vivacious, sexy, delicious, lively, smiley, husky, thoughtful, clever, Inviting

Native Voice: British