If you’ve recently felt like joining ASIO or driving an Alfa Romeo, Anthea is your culprit. When she’s not voicing geriatrics, various domesticated animals or children’s cars, Anthea has a naturally warm and resonant tone which she can tune to inspire, excite or intrigue your audience. Having an ear for accents (and an obstinance in accurately honing them) she has voiced dozens of characters from around the globe in several audiobooks.
Track 1 - ALFA ROMEO
Track 2 - DENTIST
Track 3 - LA BOISSON
Track 4 - BABY
Track 5 - YOUR MIND
Track 6 - RADIO
Track 7 - IMAX
Track 8 - YOU NEED A BREAK
Track 9 - OMF
Track 10 - WA
Accent:British, US various, International, European, French, Italian
Talent Range:Accents, Characters, Radio/TV Promo, Retail, IVR, Documentary, Straight, Audiobooks
A breath of fresh air, Anthea is a delight to work with, bringing to our voice-over productions a level of professionalism and skill that is a cut above the rest. A pleasure to work with!
I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with Anthea on a number of voiceover projects. Not only does she have an incredibly versatile voice, but she combines it with a very professional approach. I look forward to working with her again.
An instantly recognisable voice for its uniqueness and character, Anthea can transform in a flick of a switch to deliver the direction required. She is the benchmark I set when auditioning new talent for her diversity across animation, adverting and audiobook work.
Anthea is a total professional. Good with direction. Incisive with character interpretation and has a clear passion for quality performance.
Anthea is a talented, versatile and easy-to-work with actress, with a wide range of voiceover skills. I would unhesitatingly recommend her.
I’ve done two sessions with Anthea Greco. One was a pretty straight read and that was all good and fine, but the other required her to be a pampered, gossipy cat, and a judgemental look-down-your-beak-with-disparagement parrot. She has a unique gift in this regard which I heartily encourage everyone to use. By the end of the session I was left wondering whether Anthea mimics animals, or whether animals mimic Anthea. The nett result was (a) a great ad, and (b) I can no longer talk to a cat (or a parrot) without feeling a little paranoid.