Jon Iles is a deep, warm and experienced British Voiceover Artist with an acting background.

Trained at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama, covering all aspects of TV, radio and theatre performance.

Jon’s performed in many touring productions, both straight plays and comedies, appearing as Captain von Trapp in the centennial production of “The Sound of Music” at Lincoln Theatre Royal. He’s also played all the principal villains in pantomime across the country.

To “The Manor Born”, “The Dick Emery Show”, “Fresh Fields” and “Never The Twain” are a few of the TV programmes he’s starred in. But perhaps his most high profile role was as DC Mike Dashwood in ITV’s hugely popular police drama “The Bill” from 1984 to 1992.

Jon has voiced many regional, national and international advertising campaigns, and has also appeared in dozens of TV commercials.

Engaging with companies such as Cadburys, British Medical Association, SMART, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, AstraZeneca and Videotel Marine International, Jon is also an accomplished corporate voice.

Documentary narration includes “Storm Warning”, “Inferno”, and “What Went Wrong” for Channel 5, as well as several projects for Channel 4 and the History Channel.

The Studio

Jon has an acoustically treated recording space at home for simple projects. For more complicated jobs involving live direction via Zoom, etc, Jon has access to a professional recording studio.