Iain Dootson


Voice Description

Warm deep for narration.
Lively comic for commercials.

Smooth and professional for presentations.

Voice Genders and "Ages" I Can Perform

• Young Adult Male
• Middle Age Male
• Senior Male

Language(s) of Which I Am a Native Speaker:

• English - British

I Offer my Services for these Recording Purposes

• Commercials
• Promos
• IVR, voicemail, phone systems, and on-hold messages
• Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
• Audiobooks
• Videogames
• Documentaries
• TV shows and movies
• Movie and game trailers
• Podcasts
• Adult content
• Songs
• Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)

Jobs I Am Willing to Take (Union-wise)

• Non-Union Jobs

Jobs for ACTRA (Canada) signatories Jobs for ACTRA (Canada) signatories

Jobs for British Equity signatories Jobs for British Equity signatories

Jobs for Union des Artistes (Canada) signatories Jobs for Union des Artistes (Canada) signatories

• Jobs for SAG-AFTRA (US) signatories

My Union Affiliations and Memberships

British Equity British Equity

My Recording and Delivery Capabilities

• I will go to any designated studio in my area
• I can record and then deliver the audio files via Email

Pre-, Post- and Production Services I Offer


My Home Base

LONDON, United Kingdom

Accents, Impersonations, Characters and Dialects


My Voice Experience

Dr Who online audio adventure.

Narration short film "Johnny gets the blues"

My Training

City Lit two year acting course.

My Studio Equipment

Laptop with professional mic

Additional Skills

E14 8PB
TELEPHONE:07502 007 337 iaindootson@hotmail.com

EQUITY MEMBER: M00165621 SPOTLIGHT PIN 4615-9056-2493

Height: 5 9” Eyes: Blue Hair: Brown


Pete in “Two teams of Carraghers” at The Soho Theatre directed by Steve Marmion.

Maurice in “Stand Up-Be Counted” on tour for Solent People’s Theatre directed by Brendon Burns.

John Stapleton in “The Baskerville Beast” for S.K.D Productions directed by Peter Gordeno.

Various animals in “The Mole who knew it was None of his Business” by Bernie C. Byrnes and Jim Fowler directed by Bernie C. Byrnes at Ctoo (Edinburgh Fringe) for Kipper T.I.E productions.

Hansel/Wolf/Old Woman/Baby in “Hansel and Gretel” at the Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe directed by Bernie C. Byrnes for Kipper T.I.E.

Chorus in “The Cure at Troy” by Seamus Heaney at the Etcetera Theatre directed by Helen Eastman for Flood-tide productions.

Mr. Mushnik in “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Gatehouse directed by John Plews.

Hal in “Kvetch” by Steven Berkoff at the Tower Theatre directed by Pat Grosse.

Feste in Chapterhouse Theatre Companys touring production of “Twelfth Night” directed by Karen Crow.

Chippewa Chip in Flood-tides production of “Wolf Game” at the Union Theatre directed by Helen Eastman.

Jacques/ Vadier in “Shadows on the Sun” by Barrie Keeffe at the Greenwich Playhouse for the Galleon Theatre Company, directed by Bruce Jamieson.

Ernesthino Ledesma in “Cousin Basilio”adapted by Alice de Sousa from Eca de Quieras novel at the Greenwich Playhouse, directed by Bruce Jamieson.

Harold in “In the Boom Boom Room” by David Rabe at the Courtyard Theatre for the Confederate Theatre Company directed by James Gilbreath.

Dug in “The Garden” at the Edinburgh Fringe festival for the Celts and Comrades Theatre Company written and directed by Ilona Munro.

Lord Gowrie in “True for Ever” at the Old Red Lion Theatre for the Little London Theatre Company, written and directed by Andrew Neil.

Soldan in “Tamburlaine” at the Lion And Unicorn directed by Paul Vitty

Magwitch in “Great Expectations” at the Rose Theatre directed by Jack Gunn.

Scout/Stacey/Carl/Cliff/Mr.Biscuit in “The Rights Stuff” on tour for Solent People’s Theatre directed by Brendon Burns.

Malcolm Nugget in “Who Runs This Place?” on tour directed by Brendon Burns

Professor Charles in”Cockroach Waltz” at the Greenwich Playhouse directed by Katerina Philippou-Curtis.


Jobability:Commercial for Trumpet productions directed by Ricky Gervais.

Mike in B.B.C. “999.”

Puzzle expert in “Persuasion” Body Watching, BBC 3 directed by Claudine King-Dabbs.

“The Bag Issue” short film directed by Dale Trueman.

“Sunless Boulevard” short film directed by Anthony Cochrane.

“Station to Station” short film directed by James Gooch.

“Blind” short film directed by Charles Castell.

“Johnny Gets the Blues” short film directed by Dale Trueman.

On screen contestant on LWT’s Blind Date.

Dramatised scenes on film for Channel 4 documentary directed by Jane Green.


Wrote and performed stand up comedy material. Singer/song-writer.

Compere at open mic music nights for “Up All Night” Productions.

Licensed busker on London Underground (Guitar/vocals).

Guitarist/Vocalist in “The Monitors”.Vocalist in “The Urbane Gorillas.”


...takes emotional intensity to a new level...Dootson's professor is delicate and edgy, his charm and brutality a magnetic mix.
The Independent

great comic timing, a good singing voice and terrific versatility ....a delight to watch and had the audience in stitches.
Buxton fringe

fine vocal skills... a lovely comic style....sparkling dustings of Dootson... a lovely,folksy singing voice, a delight to hear..
Edinburgh guide

An actor who used his whole body and face to marvellous effect...his long speech showcased his comic talents brilliantly, towertheatre.co, Marion Cotter

the irresistible Dug...The acting is excellent especially Iain Dootson as Dug. The Scotsman., highbeam.com, Joy Hendry


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