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Vivien Taylor 2018 Showreel. 

2016 Showreel.

Presenting Reel.

Commercial Voice Reel.

Comedy Accent Reel.

Written, Produced and Performed by Vivien Taylor.

Comedy Accent Reel - Vivien Taylor
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VOICE WORK

Possessing a clear and distinctive, young-sounding, vivacious voice, Vivien has provided the voice of various youth orientated TV commercials such as Think U Know.Co.UK for youth internet awareness, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, promotions for The Commonwealth Games, as the voice of the teenage daughter in the TV commercial for retailer, Perfect Home, the educational series 'THE POPPY STORY' which was viewed by every school-aged child in Scotland and as the lead in a new educational animated project. Vivien can be heard at the moment as a school leaver promoting Foundation Apprenticeships for Skills Development Scotland.

As a voice actress Vivien recently provided many of the female voices in hit CBBC animation series 'OOGLIES FUNSIZE.' She also provided the voice of Lavinia Whateley in the world's first audio movie, 'THE DUNWICH HORROR' which was awarded 'Best of the Fest' at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. She has also provided voices for several radio plays for the BBC, including a French Mary Queen of Scots, several characters including Jimmy Krankie and Susan Boyle in a comedy sketch show and as a teenage girl in a monologue play.

 

As an actress, Vivien has provided ADR in the post production stages of 'OUTPOST II: BLACK SUN,' 'OUTPOST III: RISE OF THE SPETSNAZ,' and as Sheena in the Edinburgh black comedy 'A SPANKING IN PARADISE.'

 

Vivien is an extremely versatile voice-over artiste who works quickly and efficiently and can turn her hand to a selection of tones, styles and accents. She also as a home studio so can produce work with a very quick turnaround.

Please feel free to email Vivien to discuss any voiceover requirements that you may have.

Website Design © Vivien Taylor  2019.

Main Background Photograph © Laura McKinnon 2016.