Established in Dublin in 1997, Voicebank has a wonderful history of looking after both voiceover talent and the creative talent that needs it – we strive to keep everyone happy!
We have a reputation for being friendly and approachable, with extensive knowledge, not only of the business, but of all of our artists and their capabilities. We are completely happy to recommend each and every one of our artists, and are delighted to be representing this fine roster of voiceover talent.
... but don‘t just take our word for it, check out our Testimonials.
Founder and Director
Having trained as an actor at the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin, Deborah went on to become one of Ireland’s top female VO’s during the 1990's, swapping the stage for the studio early in her career. She also worked as a voice coach for many years both with actors, business leaders, politicians, and in RTÉ, working with some of Ireland's top presenters.
Against the backdrop of this varied and deep experience she changed direction and set up Voicebank in 1997 and has never looked back. As a top agent for over 20 years, she enjoys a well-earned and excellent reputation throughout the industry.
As well as company management with Deborah, Dave looks after IT and also crunches those all-important numbers. While it's not a obvious leap from a degree in fine art (sculpture, btw), an artist is an artist, so who better to look after all of our artists!
Megan joined Voicebank in 2019 — a dramatic change from her previous life as a zoologist! Along with Joe, she deals with Voicebank's bookings and the day-to-day running of the business. As detail-orientated as she is friendly, as calm as she is knowledgable, Megan is mega ... with a capital 'M' (and a small 'n').
Kinga joined Voicebank in 2022, making the move from the world of Accounting into the Arts world. Born and raised in Budapest, Hungary where she found her love for theatre and musicals! She is also a huge movie geek.
Cover (Dublin and London)
Georgia was a child voiceover artist and has been helping out at Voicebank on-and-off since she left school. Nowadays, she is just as likely to take be taking the occasional call in Dublin or London as lending a hand with our social media.