Actors - Representing artists who have a wide range of experience in Theatre, Film and Television.
Corporste/Commercial Visual - Representing artists who feature in a wide variety of commercials and some who are also skilled in live and recorded presentations.
Kids - Representing over seventy young voices up to the age of 20, many of whom can be licensed within 48 hours notice and in certain circumstances just 24.
Young Voices - Representing over seventy young voices up to the age of 20, many of whom can be licensed within 48 hours notice and in certain circumstances just 24.
Presenters - Representing over seventy young voices up to the age of 20, many of whom can be licensed within 48 hours notice and in certain circumstances just 24.
Singers - Representing a wealth of musical talent for the commercial and music industry. Our accomplished artists are both versatile and experienced.
Voices - Representing some of the most celebrated names in the industry. The ability and experience of our artists is renowned and feature in all fields of the media.
Studio - A modestly sized voice-over facility that produces broadcast quality recording at a very competitive rate.
Hobsons is an artists agency and recording studio based in Chiswick, West London.
We represent talented voice over artists with collective experience in all aspects of the media business. Our reputation is built on a friendly, flexible and knowledgeable service.
Our office is open from 8.30am until 7pm every weekday and we're on hand to help you with your vocal requirements, so call us to talk through your next project.
We are very chuffed to tell you that David Walliams, co creator of Little Britain, marathon swimmer and Britain's Got Talent judge, is now represented by Hobsons. Not just known for comedy, David also has several serious roles under his belt as well as being a succesful children's author. Contact us for more info.Read more >
BBC One, Saturdays at 9.30.Read more >
Tony narrates a new series looking at the residents of one of Britain's most benefits dependent streets. Benefits Street starts 6th January on Channel 4 at 9pm.Read more >
We're delighted to announce that Tony Hirst has joined us. You may know him as Fireman Paul Kershaw in Coronation Street but when he's not saving lives on the cobbles, he's very happy to lend his voice to your various v/o projects. Click here for his reel.Read more >
Congratulations to Gordon and 4 other members of the sketch show Absolutely. They wrote a show for radio called Sketchorama: Absolutely Special which aired on Radio 4 in the Autumn and last night won Best Scripted Comedy (Live Audience) at the 2014 BBC Audio Drama Awards. We snatched a quick interview with Gordon in between live links to Hollywood and he had this to say.."We have been nominated for many TV awards over the years but to have the show's first win in a category that has a set of brackets in the title is just the icing on the cake" Click here to hear his acceptance speech.
Will be repeated on Radio 4, 10th February at 11pmRead more >
When Jo's mother Helen runs off with second hand car salesman Peter (Dean), Jo gets involved with a sailor who promises her the world then buggers off to sea....This ground breaking play of the 50s is set in post-war Salford and is a harsh depiction of working class life.
Opens at Lyttleton Theatre 10th February and runs until 11th May.Read more >
Aoife plays Mrs Foran in Sean O'Casey's 'The Silver Tassie'. Set in Ireland in WW1, the story follows a young footballer to the horror of the trenches. When he returns home, the football club has a party, where everyone dances to forget, except for the war veterans.
At Lyttleton theatre from 15th April until 8th JuneRead more >
We're delighted to announce that Shobna has joined us. Probably best known for playing Sunita in Coronation Street but has many other roles to her credit. Showreel coming soon...watch this space!Read more >
Bryony returns as midwife Cynthia in this 3rd series of the popular 1950's drama set in London's East End.
On BBC1, Sundays at 8pmRead more >
Lewis returns in the 10th series of Newsjack; the show that you can write! Listen out for his many impressions on BBC Radio 4 Xtra, Thursdays at 10.30pm. Click here to hear the voices talking about the show.Read more >
Need someone's kneecaps taking out? Then look no further... Tristan's swapped his stethoscope for a piece. He's playing Frank Farmer in The Bodyguard and is taking no prisoners.
At The Adelphi from 12th September.Read more >
Rob and Steve are back on another culinary road trip but this time around Italy. For beautiful scenery and vocal duelling, tune in on Fridays at 10.00 on BBC 2.Read more >
Chris plays Harry, a rascal smuggler type up to no good and all that in this new adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's classic novel 'Jamaica Inn'. Set in 1821 on the wild and windy Cornish moors, Chris can confirm that no horses were harmed during filming.
Starts 21st April BBC OneRead more >
Melanie Hill is back as teacher Maggie Croft in Waterloo Road from Wednesday 8th January. Tune in to see if Maggie can rebuild her life after the untimely death of husband (Grantly Budgen) from kidney failure, just as a donor was found. Typical!
Wednesdays at 8.30 on BBC1Read more >
Andrew returns as the traitor Ephialtes in 300:Rise of an Empire. Stand by for 102 minutes of blood and beefcake in this CGI-tastic blockbuster on general release.Read more >
On BBC3, Fridays at 11.50pm.Read more >
Selina plays Angela Isham in this new play by Peter Gill. Set in the living room of a late Victorian family in Kent, the family's son is part of the group sent to Versailles to draw up the treaty. Still haunted by the loss of a loved one during the war, Leonard realises that the choices made in Paris will effect the lives of millions for years to come.
At the Donmar 20th February - 5th AprilRead more >