Soho Voices

Iain Stuart Robertson

Iain Stuart Robertson

PLAYING AGE: 45 to 65
LANGUAGE: Scottish

Description

Iain is a Scottish stage, film and tv actor based in London with over thirty five years of professional experience behind him. He has voiced advert campaigns for “The House of Fraser”, “Irn Bru”, “Daily Record”, “Lyle and Scott”, “British Heart Foundation” and is the onboard audio narrator for “City Sightseeing” and “Majestic” Tourist Buses in Edinburgh. He is also at present and has been for many years, the voice for the visually impaired clients of “Royal Mail” and “Parcelforce UK”. Later this year Iain can be heard playing the leading character of Giron in the forth coming animated feature film “Ploey”. He has appeared in numerous feature films including ; “Loves Labours Lost”, “As You Like It” and “The Magic Flute” all directed by Kenneth Branagh. “Bel Ami”, “Macbeth”, “King Lear”, “Tommy’s Honour” and “The Wickertree”. His many TV appearances include ; “Endeavour”, “The Bletchley Circle”, “William and Catherine”, “Doctors”, “Casualty”, “The Bill” and “Taggart”. He has appeared in over a hundred stage productions including ; “The Hobbit”, “Toms Midnight Garden” (London and New York), “Of Mice and Men”, “King Lear”, “Cat on a hot tin roof”, “Amadeus” and in twenty five Pantos playing everything from “Dame” to “King”.

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