Radio & TV Commercials

Ford
Black & Decker
Sainsbury
The Daily Express
Debenhams
Chrysler
Viakal listen to clipstop clip
Evening Standard
Lifestyle Sports
Safeway
Royal Doulton
Guinness
Jif
KiteKat
C&A
Pepsi
Mazda
Yellow Pages
Ice Age II (Jetix)
Thomson Local

Toyota listen to clipstop clip
Sony
Huggies Pullups
The Sun
BBC Radio 5 (children's drama)
The Agatha Christie Collection
Branston Pickle
Redstone Telecom
Fujifilm listen to clipstop clip
Bernard Matthews
Vauxhall Corsa
Piat D'Or listen to clipstop clip
Bic
Readers Digest
Del Monte
Wimpy
BUPA
Yoplait
Intel
Mitsubishi

TV Trailers

Front Row TV listen to clipstop clip
Channel 5
QVC
Paramount Channel

Carlton Cinema listen to clipstop clip
Channel 4
Sci-Fi Channel
Fox Kids Europe

Corporate, Documentary & Educational

Cisco Systems
Romec
DHL
Citroen
Chivers
Nestle
BT
BASF
Ernst & Young
M2S Sweden - "Windows NT"
"Mission Investigates" listen to clipstop clip
- BBC Radio 5

British Airways - "Alertness Solutions" listen to clipstop clip
Carlton Ondigital
National Geographic - "Wonders of the Deep" listen to clipstop clip
Marriott Hotels
Foreign Language Tapes
Vidifon Europe
Daily Mail
Philips Telecom
Coutts
Fleet Air Arm Exhibition

Animation & Computer Games

Genji (Sony PS3)
Magic & Mayhem II
Kickoff '97 & '98
Cut Throats
Fortress
Medi-Evil II: Total War (Sega)
Shinobido (Sony PS2)
Dragons Quest 8 (Square Enix)

Captain Scarlet (Capt. Blue) - Gerry Anderson
Terrahawks - Gerry Anderson
Kings and Queens
Agrapine
Silver
DK2 - (Bullfrog Productions)
\nFable - (Lionhead Prods)


Footnote:
This CV covers the years 1995 - 2006; to include the years prior to that would be silly, even tedious. There is no particular chronology to the projects listed, neither have all projects been included.

Robbie Stevens: voice-over artist, actor

History

Robbie Stevens trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, in London; his first paid voice-over was for Gerry Anderson, providing character voices for Terrahawks, including Yungstar, Hudson, Stew Dapples and Dix-Huit (and recently he provided the voice of Captain Blue in The New Captain Scarlet, also for Gerry Anderson. But back to the plot...)

Then, while appearing in a West End show, a voice-over agent snapped him up and put him into circulation in Soho.

This was the beginning of his full-time career behind a microphone, the fruits of which you can read about in the next panel and listen to on the Showreel page.

Robbie Stevens: voice-over artist, actor

As an actor he has appeared in numerous regional theatres, from the King's Theatre, Edinburgh to The Young Vic and The Queen's Theatre in London, playing such demanding roles as Jimmy in Look Back in Anger, Ned in The Normal Heart and Launcelot Gobbo in The Merchant of Venice.

Nowadays his face is more frequently seen in corporate and TV presentations. And occasionally on his local golf course, too.

To book a session with Robbie's Voice, or to have a friendly chat, contact him through one of the channels listed on the Contact page.