Talkvoices was formed by Rebecca Jensen in 2002. Rebecca is an actress and voiceover artist who trained for three years at the East 15 Acting School in London. She has appeared in film and theatre in the UK and abroad. She has also worked as a Marketing Manager, a teacher, and a carer for the terminally ill. She is an experienced facilitator of role-play and improvisation scenarios.

All Talkvoices actors are drama school trained. They are method actors with excellent improvisation skills and as such will always search out the truth in each role-play situation and react to delegates with belief. This is key to creating an environment that feels real and allows delegates to forget their self-consciousness and immerse themselves in the situation at hand. Role-plays are rehearsals, opportunities to apply new skills in a safe place, where the impact of mistakes can be felt, making the learning curve steep at times but also very rewarding.

Talkvoices Role-play began with a ‘best practices’ training video produced by TNA Ltd for South West Trains (SWT) which Talkvoices cast and directed. We employed actors who we knew were believable, challenging, committed and, importantly, a pleasure to work with. The results were very well received and we were commissioned to cast the actors for a disciplinary procedures DVD produced by Bench Mark Media for SWT.

Talkvoices now provides actors for all SWT procedural training and recruitment. We also work with a number of independent training consultants including Long Cord Ltd, Barnes Ackroyd Consulting and TNA Ltd.

Talkvoices is an exciting company. Driven by a passion to exceed our client’s expectations, we are establishing a reputation for supplying creative and innovative role-play actors at realistic prices with a ‘can do’ attitude.



Tears, tantrums, testing behaviourů. Talkvoices role-play actors