New Voices!

We are delighted to welcome the following new voices to the United team!

Gavi Singh Chera

Gavi trained with the National Youth Theatre and at RADA, whilst also appearing in theatre productions at the National Theatre. He won the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship award in 2016, which led to a place in the Radio Drama Company, and won the Warner Bros. Creative Talent Award.

His voice is bright, fresh and characterful.

Lorna Nickson Brown

Lorna is a filmmaker and actor from Birmingham, UK. As an Associate Foundry Artist at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, she wrote and performed solo show, BUTTERFLIES, directed by Susan Lynch. In 2019, the play was adapted for radio for BBC Sounds as part of BBC Arts: New Creatives.

Her voice is clear, reassuring and smooth.

Sarah Eve

Sarah graduated from RADA In 2019, where she was spotted by alumnus Sir Kenneth Branagh, who immediately cast her in his film adapation of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile. Originally from Lancashire, she has also trained in France and has a great ear for accents.

Her voice is bright, conversational and reassuring.

Michelle De Swarte

Michelle is a comedian, TV presenter and actress. Born in Lewisham, South London, Michelle was spotted by a model scout at the age of 19 and moved to New York.  Her comedy mixes her growing up in London with her life in America.

Her voice is cool, conversational and husky.

Jack Riddiford

Jack is originally from Bristol and trained at RADA. He made his theatre debut in Headlong’s Junkyard, before joining the cast of the West End transfer of hit play The Inheritance, directed by Stephen Daldy and starring Vanessa Redgrave. He recently starred opposite UV client Lydia Wilson in The Duchess of Malfi at the Almeida Theatre.

His voice is engaging, conversational and friendly.