I've been lucky enough to have the pleasure of working with the extremely generous and talented Sheridan Smith in The 7.39 (dir John Alexander for Carnival Films), a two-part drama written by David Nicholls for BBC One
I've also spent some time on location for the new 1960s-set ITV medical drama Breathless (dir Paul Unwin) due to screen in late 2013/early 2014, as well as filming a segment for the new summer campaign of Boots commercials (directed by Jamie Rafn for Smuggler Films)
On my homepage you can see my voiceover reading of Baudelaire's Les Bijoux (which also features on my YouTube channel) which also provides a brief showcase for my editing skills, developed through my years as an actor working on corporate and commercial projects. A degree in Video Production also helps!
*Please note: voiceover employers and voiceover producers can send me a direct message via the contact page*
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Jeff trained as an actor for three years at Drama Centre London, graduating with honours from the B.A. Acting course in 2004. Since then, he has been involved in numerous projects, recently providing the voiceover for a six-part narrative corporate video project for a well-known insurance company
Based in North London, Jeff was raised in both England and Scotland, and has also traveled extensively, developing an excellent ear for accents from the UK and abroad. His range has benefited from this as both an actor and voiceover artist
Prior to his acting training at Drama Centre, Jeff gained a degree in Media Arts & Production from the London College of Music & Media, University of West London
Jeff Leslie is a proud member of of the actor's union Equity. His details and sample voiceover clips and showreel can be found on Spotlight or by clicking on Acting and Voiceover.
To contact his agent for acting or voiceover work, please visit the Contact page