Robert Heaps


Bio : Rob is a British actor best known for playing Josh Cohen in Netflix hit 'Good Girls', 'Partner Track' and Greys Anatomy spin off tv series 'Station 19'. American lead roles in both 'Imposters' (Bravo/NBC Universal) and 'Dare Me' (Netflix/USA Network) and for UK series 'And Then There Were None' (BBC), 'Home Fires' (ITV) and 'Life in Squares' (BBC). Rob recently narrated Anthony Beevor's 'Russia' for Audible and 'Navalny' published by Tantor. Rob trained at the St Petersburg State Academy of Theatrical Arts in Russia and LAMDA. He studied French and Russian at Cambridge University (MA First Class Hons Distinction) and is fluent in both languages. Rob began his career in UK Theatre, TV and Radio before his successful move into U.S. screen work. He has a strong background in physical theatre and also loves poetry, performing recitals with pianist Dina Duisen. Rob’s voiceover experience in both the UK and USA includes; commercials, audiobook, videogame, mo-cap, ADR and various plays for BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 4.

Experience: Video Game, Poetry, Screen, Narration, Audio Book, ADR, International, Motion Capture, Radio Drama, Drama, Theatre, Voiceover, Comedy, Corporate, Commercial

Vocal Age Range: 35-45, 25-35

Type: Male, Actor, Voiceover

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Description : Rob's voice is articulate, rich, expressive with silky smooth organic charm, always shinning with a sincere, warm, friendly timbre and conversational tone. Whether it’s natural RP, pitch perfect American, native Yorkshire to fluent Russian, French or Spanish, Rob will bring kudos to all. Based now in NEW YORK.

Documentary Style: Conversational, Natural History, Light Entertainment, Food & Drink, Travel, Lifestyle, Informative

Style: expressive, natural, engaging, relaxed, smooth, sincerity, articulate, rich, reassuring, warm, friendly, conversational, charm

Accent: Yorkshire, American Southern States, Russian, New York, Essex, American-Standard, Irish Southern, Irish RP, American-Western States, French, RP, London

Native Voice: British