Glennon fell in love with audio drama whist studying at drama school (under the watchful eye of the wonderful Jilly Bond at Drama Studio London) and quickly jumped at the chance of exploring this medium further when establishing her theatre company, who specalise in radio and audio projects.
Aside from Bunbanter Glennon's voice can be found in a variety of projects including voiceovers for Fifth Storey’s film ‘Grab One Thing’, dubbing and voice work for Hard House Films at Soundulex for their next film "Parkside Hell House" and narration of the poem Survive, for the poet James McInerney. She also worked for Hayes FM as one of their co-presenters, on their weekday afternoon show although sadly, due to work commitments, Glenn ended up taking a break from presenting.
More recently she has been the voiceover for several historical and geographical documentaries, based in and around Cambridgeshire; some of these have recenty been seen on Cambridge TV
A versatile voice tone; perfect for plays, narrations, commercials and much more.
Age Range: teens, 20's, 30's
Earthy, warm tone, kind, educational and authoritative.
Husky and sexy for commercials.
Warm and smooth for narration
Native Accent: RP
Other Accents Include: General Northern‚ London, Scottish‚ Standard American‚ New York, Essex, West Country, Southern American‚ Cockney, Arabic and Welsh.