Blanche Anderson is a Scottish actress, voice-over artist and film-maker living in London.
Blanche has voiced commercials, corporate videos, documentaries, video games, animations, children books, radio drama and apps.
Clients include: The BBC, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Virgin Media, Sky, EE (see more below). Blanche is also registered as a reader for the charity RNIB for their Talking Books. Blanche recently recorded crowd ADR on the TV series Outlander as well as a new, not yet released, Amazon series.
As well as being the voice of Scottish Lidl till-points, Blanche is the voice of the BBC Sounds Scotland imaging.
Blanche was nominated for "Best Female Vocal Performance" at last year's VOX Awards. She was also nominated for "Best Female Radio Commercial Performance" at the One Voice Awards.
She can record via ISDN, Source Connect Now, be directed via Skype or provide WAV or MP3.
Before moving to London, Blanche trained in Acting (BA Hons) at Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts.
She has appeared in Feature Films, Web Series and Commercials as well as on stages around the country. Blanche recently performed 'Understudies', a new play by Joanna Gardetta at The Cockpit Theatre and Brockley Jack Theatre, London.
Blanche plays Carol in the newly released feature film, 'A Christmas Carol'. 'Crooked Frames', another feature Blanche appears as a main role in, is out later this year.
She is also the creator and star of 'With Cressida', a new YouTube mockumentary series.
Blanche has been film-making since 2016. She has written, produced and directed multiple short films - both fiction and factual.
Her work has been screened around the globe including Leicester Square Empire Cinema, as part of The British Independent Film Festival and as part of FilmOneFest in New Jersey.
Blanche's 90 second Sci-Fi ' The Perfect Cure' recently won at the London Short Film Festival. It also screened this year at The Chelmsford Film Festival.
Blanche is currently working on a dystopian 10 minute short film.