Blanche Anderson is a Scottish voice-over artist and actor living in London.
Blanche is an award winning voice-over. Her voicing experience includes commercials, corporate videos, documentaries, audio-tours, video games, announcements, animations, children's audio-books, radio drama, audio description and apps. She's part of the crowd ADR loop group for Outlander, BBC's The Nest and Channel 4's Deadwater Fell.
Blanche is best known for being the station voice for BBC Radio Scotland - you'll hear her on the hour, every hour, introducing The News. You'll also hear her pop up on many of their TV trails and she's also that voice saying 'BBC Sounds' on thier podcasts too.
If you've not heard enough of her yet, you can hear her while doing your food shop as she's also the till-point voice in Scottish Lidl.
Past clients include: Facebook, Amazon, HelloFresh, RBS, Asda, KPMG and Virgin Atlantic (to name a few).
She can self record or be directed over ISDN, Source Connect Now, Cleanfeed, Skype - you name it.
Blanche trained in Acting at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
She's acted in features, shorts and recently filmed the upcoming British Heart Foundation TV commercial.
Over Lockdown Blanche appeared as her comedy character, Stacie, as part of the BBC Upload Festival which aired across 39 BBC radio stations and online. She was interviewed by Aurie Styla on BBC Radio London about her comedy character work.
Blanche is represented by Conway van Gelder Grant for Commercials.