Ben M

Ben is a professionally trained actor, full-time voiceover and former BBC sports reporter & presenter, with nearly 20 years of experience in Radio, Television and the Corporate sector.

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Ben is a professionally trained actor, full-time voiceover and former BBC sports reporter & presenter, with nearly 20 years of experience in Radio, Television and the Corporate sector.

Easy going and relaxed both in front of the camera and behind the mic, Ben has a natural ability for sight reading from the autocue and has worked for many of the UK’s biggest companies.  Ben originally trained as an actor at Drama school before beginning his career in broadcasting as a sports reporter and presenter for BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

In 2004, he made the transition from radio to television, presenting the second series of Angling Times TV for Discovery Home & Leisure.  Ben was the go-to presenter for The BBC Academy for a number of years, and is now a highly experienced corporate presenter and full-time voiceover, working globally from his own ISDN equipped studio and is one of our Great British Voices.

 

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