Smighties animation series

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Absolutely loving working on this adorable animation for Toonz Media. I voice ZIP, ZAP and LEILA….Here’s a link to 3 episodes…Smighty up!!! ­čÖé

https://www.youtube.com/c/smighties

New Mentoring post

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Delighted to announce I’m joining the team at Gravy for the Brain as a Voice Over artist mentor. ┬áThis fabulous company is the only one of it’s kind, providing training and mentoring in the voice over world – check out their fabulous courses at www.gravyforthebrain.com

Happy holiday folks!

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Rounding off the year nicely with a commercial for Furniture Village, look out for the idents on ITV whilst sipping a glass of mulled wine perhaps? Happy holiday folks!

Happy 2015!

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Happy New Year folks! ┬áHope it’s a great one for you!

Full steam ahead this month narrating some terrific short stories from Single, Carefree, Mellow stories by Katherine Heiny, then The Birthday Party by Veronica Henry, third in the series Don’t Tell the Brides-to-Be by Anna Bell and then Wild Oats by Veronica Henry.

Looking forward to it all!

Til soon cherubs! xx

April 2014

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Penelope’s recent narrations include ‘The Rise & Fall of Great Powers’ by Tom Rachman, the memoirs of Rachel Kelly “Black Rainbow”, “The English Girl” by Margaret Leroy and “The Sex Life of Siamese Twins” by Irvine Welsh.

She’s also recently been awarded the Earphones Award by Audiofile for a narration of “The Girl You Left Behind” by Jojo Moyes.

January 2014

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Penelope was recently nominated for Narrator of the Year 2013 by Audible!

Kicking off 2014, Penelope will be recording A Heart Bent Out of Shape by Emylia Hall for ISIS publications and ASTRA (Book One of The Gaia Chronicles) by Naomi Foyle.