RP / LONDON. Sunny & bright, cool & collected. A girl for all seasons.
Alix is an award-winning actress who trained at Drama Studio
London, where she won two Special Commendation Awards at the BBC Radio Carlton Hobbs Competition (2006).
She has native RP and London deliveries, is fluent in French (Lycee
educated from the age of 4) and competent in Spanish. Accents include US (Standard, NYC, LA,
Mid-West), Northern Irish, Southern Irish, Scottish and South African. Her voice age range is late teens to 30s.
Voice work to date includes lead characters in computer games such as Dragon Age: Inquisition (BioWare - multi award winning: DICE Awards Game Of The Year; IGN Awards Critic's Choice & People's
Choice), Dragon Age: Origins (EA), Dragon Age:
Awakenings (EA), Mass Effect 3 (BioWare), ZombieU (Ubisoft),
The Last Story (Nintendo) and Risen (Piranha Bytes
/ Deep Silver) - all highly acclaimed, award winning multi-platform
games. Additionally, she has voiced
characters on Cartoon Network's Emmy
and BAFTA Award winning TV show The Amazing World of Gumball (now in
it's third season), along with their other cartoon hit Apple And Onion. She
also presented the BAFTA Best British
Game Award 2015.
Alix has voiced commercial campaigns for clients such as Diet
Coke (featuring Jean Paul Gautier), MTV Europe Music Awards, Sony,
McArthur Glen, Lancôme, Nintendo, Furniture Village, Pricerunner.co.uk,
Avon (featuring Yasmin Le Bon), National Geographic, The Open
University, Expedia.co.uk, The British Red Cross and IHG to name a few. In addition, Alix has voiced promos for Sky Living, A&E Lifetime (UK & South Africa), MTV, and was the continuity writer for and voice of FOX TV (2011 - 2013) and Comedy Central (2012 - 2013). She also
has experience as a writer / translator, French to English and English to
French, for Pure Alchemy (a French cosmetics company) and has delivered
French VOs for Expedia.fr. Most recently you may have also caught her as
the sat-nav voice infuriating John Cleese's
Basil Fawlty in the new Specsavers ad!
Alix's extensive acting career includes work in film, theatre,
television and radio. Film highlights
include Alice (lead) opposite Rutger
Hauer in Real Playing Game,
Jane (lead) in The Symmetry Of Love (winner of Best Film at The Saragossa Film Festival 2012), Alice Hargrave (lead) in Elemental Storage, The Wolfman with Benicio
del Toro and Hugo Weaving,
and Leanne (lead) in World Of The Dead (US & UK cinema release by The
Weinstein Company). Her most recent
TV highlights include Sabina Baxendale
in Crossing Lines (Series 2, NBC America) and Tessa Dugdale in New Tricks
One). Other roles include Francoise in Come
Fly With Me opposite David Walliams
and Matt Lucas, Michelle Mae
in Hustle, Clare
Brickell in Casualty, Sophie Welling (series regular) in Bombshell,
Josie Pike in The Bill, and Annalise (a French speaking
role) in Doctors.
Theatre highlights include King Lear opposite Jonathan Pryce
(Almeida), Katherine in Numbers (The King's Head), Marie
in Monsieur Venus (Theatre
Royal Haymarket), Miss Maggie in To Kill A Mockingbird
(Tricycle Theatre), Tamsin in In Parallel (The Arcola
Theatre), and Hannah
in Retreat (New End Theatre, London; Roman Eagle Lodge,
Edinburgh - winning The Fringe Review Award
for Most Outstanding Theatre Show of The
Edinburgh Festival 2007).
Alix's work for BBC Radio 4 Drama includes the leading roles of Louise Cazalet
in the five-part series The Cazalets, and Tatiana in Eugene
Onegin. She has also recorded several audio books for
the Dr Who series (Big Finish).
For more information please contact Rhubarb or visit her