Robert Whitelock


Bio : Robert trained at RADA before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company. Recent TV roles include; BAFTA nominated 'Informer', 'This Time With Alan Partridge', 'Rillington Place', 'Silent Witness' and for Film 'The Bank Job' and most recently 'Military Wives'. Robert has voiced many various 'Doctor Who' audio books and dramas for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 3

Experience: Theatre, Voiceover, Video Game, Motion Capture, ADR, TV

Type: Voiceover, Actor, Male

Vocal Age Range: 40-50, 45-55

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Description : His voice ranges from friendly, down to earth and bloke next door types to gritty, contemporary and cool. London and Cockney accents plus a smooth distinctive RP!

Native Voice: British

Accent: London, Neutral, RP, Cockney

Style: characterful, cheeky, authoratitive, confident, distinctive, down to earth, engaging, matey, blokish

Documentary Style: Light Entertainment, Crime