Indian Bowri Storytelling God of Small Things (Extract) Characters.mp3 (Download |
MIDLANDS / ASIAN. Cheeky Ladette. Naughty Storyteller, Wacky Druggie, Gangster Girl, Princess Sita or a Bride - she can do it all!
speaks fluent Punjabi, Hindi (script), Urdu and basic French.Her accents are Nottingham (native), Liverpudlian, Yorkshire, Cockney and RP – in short, a
versatile voice artist who has been performing on TV, film and stage.
Her TV and film credits include The Bill (ITV)
playing a regular as PC Leela Kapoor for three years, Doctors, Casualty (BBC) and Coupling
(BBC), Fourty Days of Mourning (Junglee/Crumega
Prods), The Divide (Canvas
Pictures) and All About Me
(Mondial Prods).She has also been in a
number of in-vision corporate films such as Sita (language corporate)
and Parveen (infant mortality corporate).
Her theatre credits include Lisa's
Sex Strike (adaptation of Aristophanes' Lysistrata, Northern Broadsides), Calcutta Kosher (Kali Theatre), Idle Pop (Quicksilver Theatre), The Big Magic and Monkey In The Stars (Polka
Theatre), Jungle Book
(Kazzum Arts) and comedy shows Don't Look At My Sister…Innit! (Watermans Art
Centre & Edinburgh Festival), Arrange That Marriage...Innit! and Bollywood Or Bust….Innit!
(Watermans Art Centre & National Tour).
Seema's radio plays include Ravinder in David
(BBC World Service), Preeti in David
Hunter'sFrom Bangalore With Love
and Rebecca in Liz Webb's Tails You Lose (BBC Radio 4).
Her voice work includes commercials for the DTI (Department for Trade & Industry), the Home Office, the MetropolitanPolice, and
the BritishArmy, and promos for Cbeebies
and BBC Worldwide.She has delivered various animation characters
including those for Five’sAngels Of Jarm.Her corporate clients include British Airways, Barclays, Vodafone and The Eden Project, and she’s made
educational recordings for Cambridge
University Press and Oxford
University Press.She also has
documentary ADR / re-voicing experience for clients including Darlow Smithson on a number of their
She is a strong Alto, singing in Indian and English, and dances (styles include
contemporary, Indian Classical, folk, street and African).She also has experience in presenting,
storytelling and improvising.