Winner of the major industry award

AUDIOFILE 2012 EARPHONES AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

for H. Rider Haggard’s SHE (Naxos AudioBooks)

Winner of the Independent Newspaper Audiobook of the Year 2005/6 for H. Rider Haggard’s KING SOLOMONS MINES (Naxos AudioBooks)

Sunday Times Audio book of the Year 2010

for Stendhal's THE RED AND THE BLACK (Naxos AudioBooks)

Bill Homewood is well-known for his innumerable recordings (over 40 CD's) for Naxos AudioBooks and other labels, including She, Tom Jones, The Red & the Black, The Three Musketeers, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the Four Just Men series and Les Misérables.

 

Voice credits also include TV and film commercial V/O’s for Wilkinson Sword, Barclay’s Bank, The National Lottery, Ford Cars, BMW cars; many radio commercials, innumerable dubbing/animation commercial V/O’s for TV, Radio and Film, CD Rom commentaries and character voices for Dorling Kindersley, Atkinson Duckett etc; various plays for BBC Radio; the voices of the soldiers (officers and men) for the C4 documentary THE CRIMEAN WAR; commentary and individual characters for C4’s THE HOLOCAUST; voice of Dog in the animation film DOG (2001 McLaren Award), etc, etc, etc…….

 

N.B. Bill is at ease with English dialects (native both London and Lancashire) and foreign accents.

 

Fluent in French (listen to Great French Poems on Audible).

 

Expert at both brown-voiced commentary and character voices, narration, animation dubbing, lip-syncing.

Watch the trailer for

"Zandernatis"

Bill's latest audiobook

available to buy on Amazon

Great French Poems

 

Bill is fluent in French

and can be heard on this

collection of poems

available on Audible

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  •   Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
  •   She by H. Rider Haggard
  •   The Just Men of Cordova by Edgar Wallace
  •   The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
  •   Tom Jones by Henry Fielding
  •   King Soloman's Mines by H. Rider Haggard
  •   The Red And The Black by Stendhal
  •   The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace
  •   The Council Of Justice by Edgar Wallace
  •   The Count Of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

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