Craig Cameron-Fisher

Versatile, Character Specialist, Accents

Voice Description

My natural voice is English Standard Neutral, meaning I can easily adopt a variety of other regional accents, pitches, tones, and registers with ease. I also have experience of using microphones, and know how to maintain the subtlety and variety of the voice in the recorded medium. All you might need: as you say, "warm and deep for narrations, sexy and fun for commercials, smooth and professional for presentations..." etc.

Voice Genders and "Ages" I Can Perform

• Baby
• Child
• Teenage Girl
• Teenage Boy
• Young Adult Female
• Young Adult Male
• Middle Age Female
• Middle Age Male
• Senior Female
• 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
• Songs
• Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)

Jobs I Am Willing to Take (Union-wise)

• Non-Union Jobs

Jobs for British Equity signatories Jobs for British Equity 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

Pre-, Post- and Production Services I Offer

• I offer copywriting services

My Home Base

, United Kingdom

Accents, Impersonations, Characters and Dialects

I have a repertoire of character voices, and can switch from one to another with ease. However, I can easily add more: if exposed to a voice sufficiently, I can work on imitating it. I've trained my ear, over the years, to identify the subtle differences, as well as the colloquialisms differentiating regional accents (down to differentiating between Yorkshire and Lancashire; Australian and Kiwi; Glasgow and Edinburgh; Indian and Pakistani; etc.)

My Voice Experience



Shakespeare & Fries (radio play version of the stage play Much Ado About Shakespeare) – ‘Area Manager’ (villainous), ‘Ricardo’ (Italian accent).

Hyper-Drive Time – ‘Laurie Stone’ (aging Scots athlete), French Politician, American Advert Voice.

Pepe & The Portal – ‘Orthnub’ (aging demon), ‘Borneo’ (demon corporal), Gangster 1 (Cockney).

Pot Luck – Writer, Director, and ALL roles (various accents).

The Huge Snooze – Writer, Producer, Director, and ‘Marshal Mallow – Private Eye’ (lead, Chicago accent).

Two's A Crowd, The Radio Show - Co-Writer, Co-Producer, Co-Director, and half of the multi-character cast.

TV (speaking)

Richard & Judy – Guest, Mock-Jock (Scottish accent).

Anonymous – Theatre Producer and covert sting facilitator (all ad-libbed, own voice).

Temps – Office Worker (camp).

Holby City (BBC) – Paparazzo (dialogue).


Santa – various shopping centres in Berkshire over Christmas periods.

Brigadier Sir Arthur Weirdy-Beardy {retired} – various ‘Steampunk’ and Victorian events around the country; corporate events and tradeshows; visitor interaction at various museums; after-dinner speaking. For a more on this, and a more detailed profile of Sir Arthur, go to thesteampunkclub


9 to 5.56 (internet-broadcast black comedy) –‘Mr Aitkin’ (villain), plus various minor characters; Script Writer; First AD, plus various crew roles.

Make Or Break In 7 Days, Pilot Episode: Contract Killer (internet-broadcast mocumentary) – The Mark, ‘Klaus 2’; plus various crew roles.

Legend Of The Slayers – ‘Sgt. Garth’ (hero of prologue episode, still in production).


Carpe Jugulum - ‘Mightily Oats’ (male lead).

Stags & Hens - ‘Roadie’; Assistant Director ; Voice Coach (Liverpudlian accents throughout cast).

Much Ado About Shakespeare - ‘Area Manager’ (Villain) [original cast].

Lords & Ladies - ‘Ponder Stibbons’.

Interesting Times - six different characters; two of which were principals, lots of quick changes.

Eighty Days - The Musical - Victorian Gent (singing), ‘Detective Fix’ (New York accent) [original cast].

Fur Coat & No Knickers - ‘Nip’ (a 76 year old Yorkshireman).

A Slice of Saturday Night – 1st Assistant Director, plus cameo as ‘John’, Fight Co-ordinator.

‘Allo, ‘Allo – Director, plus cameos as both ‘Churchill’ and ‘Hitler’.

Something Wicked – ‘Mr Parkes’, chorus (baritone, four-part harmonies) [original cast].

Alarms & Excursions (Doubles) – ‘Laurence’ (East London accent, late fifties).

An Inspector Calls – ‘Inspector Goole’ (lead).

Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street – ‘Judge Turpin’ (villain, bass, solo, duet, 4 -part harmonies); Chorus as asylum lunatic and Londoner (bass, 5-part harmonies).

Wyrd Sisters – Director, plus cameo as ‘Hron’ (guard four).

Daisy Pulls It Off – ‘Mr Thompson’, ‘Sir David Beaumont’, ‘Sir Digby Beaumont’, ‘Master Dick Meredith’.

Purple Pieces – ‘Ernie Crayon’, ‘Nick Beat’, Writer and Director [original cast].

Super – ‘Absolute Zero’ (singing, deep Black American) [original cast].

Monsterous Regiment – ‘Corporal Scallot’, ‘General Frock’.

Purple Pieces Too – ‘Hollywood Producer’, ‘Theatre Producer With Parrot’, ‘Pirate Captain’, Writer, Director [original cast].

Return To The Forbidden Planet – ‘Dr Prospero’ (redeemed villain, bass, solo, duet, 4 -part harmonies).

Two's A Crowd - 12/24 characters (and counting) in a two man, two hour, quick change, live comedy sketch show, for which we did EVERYTHING between us. Selected sketches have also been taken onto the London cabaret circuit, with the fringes to follow.



Wimbledon – Spectator.
Separate Lies – Mourner.
Green Street - City Gent, Council Worker (featured).
David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises – Football Supporter.
Made Of Honor – Cousin of the Groom (featured).
The Mound – ‘The Traffic Warden’ (villain).
The Wolfman – Victorian Police Constable.
Chat Room – Medieval Warrior (choreographed fight sequence)
The Special Relationship – European Head of State for Finland.
House Full (Bollywood) – Dignitary at royal ceremony.
Bel Ami – Victorian Gentleman.
Martin Scorsase’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret – Head Waiter of the station café (featured).

Greenwing - Builder (featured), Hospital Orderly (in same episode).
Fallen - S.O.C.O.
D-Day (BBC) - various servicemen (some featured).
D-Day: The Ultimate Conflict - War Room Brigadier (featured), Period Film Director.
Mile High - Passenger (regular).
Murphy’s Law - Crime Squad Officer (regular, featured).
Lie With Me - Crime Squad Officer (featured).
Murder Prevention - S.O.C.O.
Steven Poliakoff’s Friends & Crocodiles – Builder.
Ooh Er, Missus – The Golden Age of British Porn – Porn Cinema Pervert (featured).
Slough Documentary (BBC) – Commuter.
Time Trumpet (BBC) – Protection Officer, Man Randomly Brushing Teeth (featured).
Learners (BBC) – Driving Instructor.
Holby City (BBC) – Patient (regular), Paparazzo (dialogue), Flower-Delivery Man.
The Bill – Passer-by, Nosey Neighbour, ‘Mr. Bloomfield’ Duty Solicitor (regular).
Nuzzle & Scratch (CBBC) – Customer In Salon.
Hotel Babylon (BBC) – Guest.
That Mitchell & Webb Look (BBC) – Prisoner.
Silent Witness (BBC) – Plain-Clothes Police Officer, Court Staff (in same episode).
Lewis – Gun Club Supervisor (firearams).

Soulwax: Any Minute Now – City Gent, Rioter.
Rachel Stevens: More, More, More - Crowd Member.
Brian McFadden: Real to Me – 1st Businessman (featured).
Diefenbach: Glorious – Fight Co-ordinator, and Violently Disgruntled Fan (featured).

My Training

I have no formal acting training, beyond an honours degree in English Language, Literature & Drama from the University of London. However, I have a 'natural gift', which has been honed through various jobs involving the use of my voice: from telesales, to working in 'industrial espionage' (ad-libbing in character, where there was slightly more at stake than a bad review if I didn't give a convincing performance), to teaching, to story-telling, to acting on stage, to being one half of the multi-character comedy double act TWO'S A CROWD, to acting on TV, to recently landing a minor part in Martin Scorsase's ground-braking film, 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret'.

My Studio Equipment

None, at present.

Additional Skills

Some experience with singing - baritone/bass - on stage, with solos, duets, and three, four, and five part harmonies.

A long standing member of The Purple Theatre Company and its management team, in various roles including Publicity Manager, Social Secretary, and Sponsorship Manager;

Experienced in many aspects of production - including script writing, directing, producing, crewing, performing, and promoting – and therefore possessing an understanding of what my production colleagues are invariably going through.

Grounded in various real-life professions – including the police force, journalism, publishing, industrial espionage (where the versatile acting skills were honed), teaching, and managing a pub - resulting in a broad frame of reference from which to draw, when acting.

Committed to the philosophy that the success of the show comes before personal concerns, and keen to do the best job possible with any role taken on - from Background, to Lead, to Director, to Producer, to whatever.

Situated on the Bucks/Berks border, within close distance of Heathrow, and both Shepperton and Pinewood studios.

Payment Methods Accepted

• Personal checks, cashier's checks, or money orders in my local currency

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