I'm an Actress and Voiceover artist based in London and the Midlands, represented by Mia Thomson Associates and Soho Voices. I am also a professional classically trained Singer (Bel Canto) with experience from Opera to Glastonbury.
Theatre work includes: The Arts Theatre (West End); Theatre Royal Bath; York Theatre Royal; The West End Chorus; The Rose Theatre, Kingston; The Royal Festival Hall; Queen Elizabeth Hall; The Mill at Sonning; Bush Theatre, Soho Theatre; Greenwich Theatre; The Kings Head; The Jack Studio; West London Opera; ICA.
Television work includes: BBC, ITV and Channel 4
Winner of The Off Cuts Festival 2011, Riverside Studios, London
Acting agent: www.miathomsonassociates.co.uk
I provide a wide range of Voiceovers from TV campaigns to Computer games, corporate advertising including Internet, Intranet and Youtube, to Podcasts and Radio plays as well as awards ceremonies, pitches and ADR.
Voiceover credits include: BT, Philips, Johnson & Johnson campaign, Coca Cola, McDonalds, John Lewis, Tesco, Twitter, L'Oreal, Nestle, Animal Friends Pet Insurance as Girlie the Cat (regular TV commercials), Disneyland Paris, Experian, Vodafone, Schwartz, Clarks Shoes, Samsung, Westfield (Christmas TV Campaign), Paul O'Grady Show idents, Unilever, MSN/Force India (Formula 1), Emirates, Excel, Special K, O2, Fidelity, Heathrow Traveller, Visa, Sanofi, NHS, Piz Buin, Reuters, Royal Caribbean.
Other voiceover work includes: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Playstation 2), I'm Not With Him (Radio 4), Agent Nina Seventeen in A Brief History of Time Travel (Podcast), All voices and Narration for The Princess and the Pea, The Frog Prince and The Nutcracker (Usborne Publishing Audio Books).
ADR trained with Goldcrest
Voiceover agent: www.sohovoices.co.uk
Name: Joanna Eliot
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Actor, Singer and Voice Artist
Unique traits: Bel Canto classical singer with 3 octave range
Winner of The Off Cuts Festival, The Riverside Studios, London
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London
The Southbank Centre