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William Reay

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Audio Audio:

Reay 1 Minute Mix.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad British Army low motivational.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad Hexams upbeat chatty strong Geordie.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad Knex Solar Power friendly soft sell.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad New Internationalist straight sell.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad Newcastle Brown Ale laddish strong Geordie.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Ad Smoke Alarms low cautionary.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Corporate Stena Line corporate promo informal informative.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Docu Newcastle United FC upbeat journo.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Docu Northumberland Stories historical wry.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Drama Accrington Pals sad quiet WWI narr.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Drama Bollocks humorous crude strong Geordie.mp3 (Download | Play)

Reay Narrative from James The Shepherd Boy kids narrator & characters.mp3 (Download | Play)


Video Videos:

Reay Commercials Reel (visual) (Download | Play)

GEORDIE. Versatile North Eastern VO. Full of bounce and banter!

William is a graduate from Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, with a broad range of native Geordie and North East deliveries.  Other accents include RP, cockney, Welsh, Yorkshire, Lancashire and American (Standard & South).  His voice age range is 20s and 30s, with deliveries ranging from loud and brash to warm and calming.

His theatrical credits include Count Skriczevinsky in Justin Aubibert's No.1 tour of Flare Path (Original Theatre Co.), Burgundy in Angus Jackson's acclaimed King Lear (Chichester Festival Theatre, and Harvey Theatre @ BAM, New York), opposite Frank Langella, Stuart in Lee Hall's Cooking With Elvis (Gatehouse Theatre, Highgate - one barbarically comic production!), Nimbo in The Last Snow Rider and Mark Harley in A Village Life (- both with the NTC Touring Company), Caliban in The Tempest and
Macduff in Macbeth (- both with the Young Shakespeare Company), and Williams / Gower in Henry V and Charles & William in As You Like It (- both with the British Shakespeare Company).  More recently he starred in The Collector, winning the prestigious Fringe First Award at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival, following on to a sold-out run at the Arcola Theatre in London, a UK tour, and finally transfering to Greenwich Theatre London.

Further recent credits include an international tour of The Tempest (with
The Lord Chamberlain's Men), and Double Falsehood (The Union, then West End's New Players Theatre) - the latter nominated in two Off West End Awards (Best Director and Best Ensemble) as well as the Time Out Critics' Choice.  He also appeared in Sir Peter Hall's Henry IV Part's 1 & 2 (Bath Theatre Royal), Oliver, William and Charles in As You Like It (Iris Theatre Co., Daniel Winder), and Macduff, Banquo and Sergent in Macbeth (Pistachio Choice / Largest Room, Jeff Kurtz).

His on-screen credits include Carrier / Richard's Soldier in Sweet Swan Of Avon (Miramar Films), and comedy sketch roles in Urban Legends (Cine Flix).  He's also appeared in corporate pieces for the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

Recent VO work to date includes ADR / lip-synch on The Village and George Gently, and corporate work for BAe Systems.

Outside of all this William also has experience as a stand-up comic and improviser, so he's certainly able to think on his feet!

For further
information do get in touch, or go to his own web site: http://www.williamreay.com