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Marverine Cole

Black British female voice with a warm, smooth and authoritative sound.

Perfect for corporate narration, audiobooks and the TV observational-documentary narration market, Marverine is an award-winning journalist, TV News reporter, producer and presenter, having worked for many of Britain’s most watched and listened to broadcasters: Sky News, 5 News, BBC Radio 4 and 5 Live, ITV1’s Good Morning Britain (GMB), and media commentator on daytime favourites, This Morning, and Steph’s Packed Lunch. She has also presented live radio programmes for Classic FM.

Born and bred in Birmingham, Marverine has hosted podcasts for BBC Storyworks and Vintage Books (Penguin Random House). She voiced the essay she wrote for Sir Lenny Henry’s latest audiobook, Black British Lives Matter. She is Britain's first Black female beer sommelier (accredited by the UK Beer and Cider Academy), and often appears on TV doing live beer tastings.

VO clients include: BBC1 primetime drama series Noughts & Crosses, Johnson & Johnson, Eversheds Sutherlands & Birmingham City Council.

Narration Reel
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RP, Birmingham, West Midlands, Jamaican (inc. Patois)


Rich, deep, Black British, warm, authority, gravitas, confident, recognisable, respected, credible, corporate, quirky, continuity and promo


Bristol Academy of Voice Acting (BRAVA)

Audio Samples

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