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Andrew Glen

20s-40s. Deep tone.  Strong, smooth Scots.  Great for corporate.  Home studio.

Andrew is originally from the small town of Forfar on the East coast of Scotland. He trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (previously RSAMD). Having spent 12 years on both stage and screen his notable productions were: Secret Love (National Tour), Early Days (Finborough), and a commercial for Viva Street. He has voiced major campaigns for both TV and radio including Scottish Power, Experian, Glenlivet, Macmillan, and Global Pay. His gaming work includes Ryse. His ADR work includes The Outlaw King for Netflix, Trainspotting 2, and Traces. Andrew has also voiced numerous corporate campaigns for large blue-chip companies. In more recent years, he has moved to the ‘other side of the glass’ as a producer and sound engineer, and spent a year at Abbey Road Studios. Also a musician, Andrew has written and recorded scores for documentaries and theatre, mixed for TV productions, produced audiobooks for several UK leading publishers including Hachette, Harper Collins, Penguin and Cannongate.

Home Studio

  • A self-contained, acoustically treated recording studio, with separate control room separated by acoustic paned glass
  • Designed for voiceover work and music recording
  • Connection via Skype

Video Clips

Andrew Glen on our Blog

Our Scottish Voice Overs: Address to a Haggis 

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