Nick Pandolfi is a radio presenter and voiceover actor. He has worked across Television, film and on stage for the past 30 years. He trained at Corona Stage School and LAMDA. When not on the radio or in a voiceover studio, you can find him tweeting, often about his love for his home county of Suffolk or the challenges of running his Unicorn farm.

2014, he worked on a social history documentary/drama for BBC radio. Summer 2015 and he was invited to return to Anglian radio. Spring 2016 and Nick returned to frontline presentation after a two-year break. He works as a voiceover actor with commercials, animation and up here. Nick records in London & has his own studio facility at home. 


All About Adnams

This short film for Adnams, the award-winning UK. brewer, hotelier and wine merchant.founded in 1872 in Southwold, Suffolk. The film gives a glimpse into the company, its work and shares the beautiful Suffolk coast. 

Nick Pandolfi voiced this film, which was produced by Bruizer films 

British voiceover performer

Sutton Hoo?  Nick is an award winning radio presenter, he is also voiceover actor, He was born in Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk. His past includes documentary making for the BBC. Nick is a voice-over performer who works in narration and character voices. His projects include radio commercials and animation. He works in London and has a home studio. He is a member of British Equity.Nick trained at LAMDA after attending Corona Stage School in the 1980's. May 2016 and Nick started as drivetime presenter for Town 102.


Where? Nick has twice been named BBC radio presenter of the year. His performance work includes Royal variety appearances and a Bond Film. He worked with Alan Bennett in the West End, Was on tour with the RSC and clocked up three years in cult TV show Grange Hill. Films include Dennis Potter's Brimstone & Treacle Disney's Return to Oz as well as a being selected to appear in Oscar-winning film, Gandhi. Nick has enjoyed a diverse career in show business. 2015 saw a series of documentaries looking at social history broadcast by BBC radio. 

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