• commercial, live presenting, promos

  • corporate, e-learning, explainers

  • character, animation

  • IVR, on hold messages

  • copywriting, editing

Calum is an experienced Voiceover Artist, Presenter and Media Graduate from the University of Stirling, with a career spanning across four decades. Recognised by fellow professionals for his friendly nature, being fun to work with, and exceptional versatility, ranging from cheerful and energetic to intimate and empathetic. Skilled in a wide variety of regional and international accents, including American, Irish, Australian, London (RP and Cockney), Liverpool, and Yorkshire. Easily directed to alter pace, pitch, style and emotion.


Proven ability to remain calm under the pressures of live broadcasting from all types of studio environments and OB's. His 15 years of Radio and TV experience includes roles as a BBC Announcer/Director, Late Night Commercial Radio Host and Sports Broadcast Journalist/Editor. Excellent all-rounder with decades of editing skills, creative writing and sound mixing at BBC Radio Scotland, TalkSport, Independent Radio News and dozens of local radio stations. 

Calum is always keen to learn new techniques and practice different styles or genres from his mentor and coach. He thrives on constantly being pushed outside of his comfort zone. 


His Brisbane soundproofed studio is fitted with a Rode NT1 mic, Steinberg UR22 interface and high quality acoustic treatment, producing a dead space for this lively voiceover artist!

Recent work includes Movember's More Campaign, Lyme Disease UK and various local radio ads.


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"Calum Green has a wonderfully versatile voice which broadcasts as crisp, warm , trustworthy and current.


He can add humour if necessary or deal with the most serious of subject matters and he does this subtly, which is a very difficult vocal skill to master.


A very personable guy to work with, he is great fun to have around and a voice talent worth listening to."

Maura Currie - Head of Presentation, BBC Scotland