Jonathan Clays Voiceover Artist

As a professional voice over artist you’ll have heard my voice just about everywhere: on some of the best known tv shows, corporate films, tv commercials and even as the tannoy voice in places like The Lloyds Building, Borough Market and London Victoria Coach Station. I’d describe my voice as neutral English, natural and believable with authority with a healthy optional dose of irony. However, if it’s a character voice you’re looking for…


Need a football commentator voice over artist? As one of the UK’s leading football commentator voice overs my commentator read is widely used for TV and radio commercials, interactive productions, PC games and web films. Consequently, it’s regularly used by some of the biggest brands on the planet for very high profile campaigns.

In addition, my 1940s style Pathe News Reader impression is also very popular. I’m proud that my voice can be heard in my favourite museum, the RAF museum in Hendon. Furthermore, I’ve been the voice of many of Britain’s best loved TV shows for that ‘BIG’ Saturday Night TV sound.  As a result, you can book that same Sat Night Takeaway style for live ‘Voice of God’ awards ceremonies which are always great fun. “And the nominations are…”


I work full-time from my own London studio which means high quality and fast turnaround times. My fees are in line with the usual industry rates for all voice over jobs, however if you’re on a tight budget I’ll always do my best to find a price that works. Just get in touch and I’ll be happy to help…

“You did a fabulous job at The FMBE awards Jonathan. Thank you.”
Samantha Tasker Robbins
FMBE Awards
“The narrator needed to sound like an expert of the marine engineering industry and you nailed it. We’ll have no hesitation recommending you for future projects.”
Miles Chicoine
MD Voquent Ltd
“I had lots of people telling me how great you were, so thank you very much for playing your part splendidly as always.”
Zoe Morgan
YCN Awards

Recent work: I’m very proud to have provided the v/o for Youtube documentary channel Tomorrow Unlocked. They needed me to recreate the authentic sound of an ice hockey commentator for their superbly produced documentary about the 2018 Winter Olympics hacking attempt. It turned out rather well. (30+ secs)