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Elizabeth Uter


Audio Audio:

Uter 1 Minute Mix.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Ad Met Police Radio Open Day - London-RP.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Ad Olay Regenerist - calm informative RP.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Ad Medecins Sans Frontieres Appeal - docu style RP.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Ad Birdseye - light hearted thick Caribbean.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Ad Vantex Skin Cream - soft sell African.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Promo Rapture TV - street London-Caribbean.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Corporate Alpha Training - informative RP.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Corporate Burger King Academy - teen thick African.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Docu The London Programme 'Mobiles' - cautionary clear read.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Docu AIDS Alliance Full Mix - informative light African.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Docu Pastoralists in Ethiopia - lyrical African.mp3 (Download | Play)

Uter Character kids to 40s - Caribbean.mp3 (Download | Play)

LONDON / CARIBBEAN / AFRICAN. Warm, deep, husky & versatile. Wide range of characters & accents. Classy serious & sincere.

Elizabeth is an experienced screen and theatre actress and VO with a wide range of accents including African (e.g. Nigerian, Cameroon, Ethiopian, Somali, South African), Jamaican and British (e.g. London / street, Lancashire, Yorkshire, West Country – especially Bristol/Bath), and speaks basic French and German.

Her theatre credits include Sandra Kay Daniels in Decade – Temptations (Theatre 503), Sadia in Many Roads To Paradise (The Finborough & Jermyn Street Theatre), Rose in The Challenge (The Garnet Foundations Forum Theatre Tour), Dawn Green and Ms MacGowan QC in The Victoria Climbie Inquiry (Hackney Empire), Naomi in Redemption Song (Birmingham Repertory Theatre), and Ajayi in Akogun and Naomi in Rainbow Uprising (both at the Shaw Theatre, London).  Other credits include those for Diaspora Afric (Dublin Abbey Theatre), Call Girls (Royal Court Studio Theatre), Rocks In Her Pockets (Riverside Studios), and Adam (Yaa Sante Waa Arts Centre).  

On TV she’s been in EastEnders (
BBC), Casualty (BBC), Growing Pains (BBC), Aftermath (BBC), License To Live (BBC), and Better Parenting (Carlton), and she presented the documentary Variations On A Scheme.  Her film credits include Aftermath (BBC Film), Spleen, The Writer, Home Is Where The Heart Is and Poof!.

Her range of voice work is very broad.  It includes commercials for the Metropolitan Police, Barnardos, Nigerian Airways, Black Hair & Beauty Magazine, Dr Pepper, Ambrosia Low Fat Creamed Rice, Buzzbar and Red Stripe beers, promos for Fox Retro, The Africa Channel,
Paramount and Discovery, and corporate pieces for EDF Energy, Barclays, HBOS, Department of Work & Pensions, University Of West Of England, BT, Midland Bank and Standard Life.  Her documentaries include several for the UN (e.g. 'Alhaji's Wives', 'Plight of Widows: Human rights', 'UNICEF: Human Rights', 'Refugees/Migration for United Nations', 'FGM: Female Circumcision in Somalia'), Yorkshire TV (‘Africa: A Geographical Eye’), BBC Panorama (‘Rwanda), Carlton TV (‘Capital Crimes: The Brixton Riots’), and ITV’s The London Programme (‘Mobiles’). 

She’s also a talented character voice artist with lots of ADR/dubbing experience on productions like Casino Royale, Spooks, Sahara, Dirty Filthy Love (
BBC Drama), Hotel Rwanda, Missing (ITV Drama), Wondrous Oblivion, Ridley Scott's White Squall, Breathtaking, White Teeth, Grace Under Fire and Caroline In The City (Paramount Channel).  Liz also has considerable game voicing experience, titles include Fable 3, The Secret, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Art Of Magic, Magic & Mayhem 2, DEFCON 5 and Deadline.