Representation Upson Edwards
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Specialists in Voice Coaches

Film Credits Include
The Favourite
Ocean's Eight
Electric Dreams
The Dark Tower
55 Steps
Untitled WW2 Zemeckis Film
Wonder Woman (Prep with Connie Nielson)
Assassins Creed (Time out of Mind)
Codes of Conduct
Alice- Through The Looking Glass
Far From the Madding Crowd
Suite Francaise
Jack Ryan
The Young and Prodigious Spivet
I Give it a Year
Lone Ranger
Last Passenger
Great Expectations
Dark Shadows
Jack the Giant Killer
The American
The King's Speech
The Last Word
Nanny McPhee - The Big Bang
The Tempest
Alice in Wonderland
The Boat that Rocked
An Education
Sweeney Todd
Hot Fuzz
The Magic Flute

Television and Radio Credits Include
The Last Post
American Gods
Churchill's Secret
War and Peace
Mr Selfridge 4
Close To The Enemy
Silent and Damned
Burton and Taylor
Downton Abbey
Crimson Petal and the White
A Passionate Woman
The Magnificent Seven
The Man and the Mouse

Theatre Credits Include
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
After The dance

Neil Swain

Areas of Expertise: Voice, Accent

Neil trained as an actor at Rose Bruford College, and as a voice teacher at The Central School of Speech and Drama. For three years, he was a member of the voice department at The Royal Shakespeare Company where, as resident voice and dialect coach, he worked on over 30 productions. Neil's work is in demand both nationally and internationally with actors and directors in Iceland, Poland, Mexico, South Africa and the USA. In the UK he regularly works with all the major theatre companies including: The National Theatre, The Royal Court, Sheffield Theatres, The Royal Exchange Manchester, The Old and Young Vic Theatres, The Donmar Warehouse, and most of the producing houses in London's West End. On film and television his work includes: Womb, Cracks, Defiance, Sweeney Todd, Atonement, Stardust, Hot Fuzz, Until Death, Sixty Six, Rome (series 1), Niceland and Magnificent Seven. Actors with whom he has worked include; Casey Affleck, Sascha Baron Cohen, Brenda Blethyn, Helena Bonham Carter, Daniel Craig, Matt Damon, Claire Danes, Eva Green, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Keira Knightley, Jude Law, Jennifer Love Hewitt, James McAvoy, Gina McKee, Sienna Miller, Helen Mirren, Michelle Pfeiffer, Freddie Prinze Jnr, Vanessa Redgrave,Peter Sarsgaard, Antony Sher, Kevin Spacey.

Variety Article featuring Neil Swain: Oscar nominees learn to accentuate - Actors rely on dialect coaches for tough roles
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Colin Firth's BAFTA acceptance speech
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