Peter Dickson is the UK’s most prolific voiceover artist.
His unique and powerful vocal delivery is probably best-recognised from ‘Britain’s Got Talent‘ and ‘The X Factor‘.
In a national poll, he was voted as one of the top three iconic UK voices of the decade.
With a career spanning almost 40 years, Peter Dickson has voiced thousands of TV and Radio commercials. He’s anchored awards ceremonies for some of the world’s biggest brands, launched countless products and appeared in many BAFTA award-winning TV and radio shows.
He was the voice of the London 2012 Olympic Games and his voice features in “I Can’t Sing” – Harry Hill and Steve Brown’s musical, at the London Palladium which is executively produced by Simon Cowell.
Furthermore, Peter’s voice has featured on over 30 major computer game titles.
Outside of TV and radio, Peter Dickson is one of the UK’s most in-demand conference Voice of God and Awards Announcer.
From vocal work on radio and TV commercials, commentary for international stadium events, blue-chip corporates, multimedia games, animation and prime-time TV shows – Peter Dickson a.k.a “Voiceover Man” is at the top of everyone’s list.