Presenting Tim Woodward - Voice actor

Following a successful training at RADA Tim Woodward rapidly took major roles in television and film. He has a long list of prime roles in both UK and Hollywood films.

Broadening his career Tim is becoming a sought after voice and drama narrator. With a full, deep and rich maturity, his voice and his astonishing range of accents means Tim Woodward deserves to be heard.

Tim has completed working with double Oscar winning Director, Ron Howard, on the television series ‘Genius’ – about Einstein, played by Geoffrey Rush. It aired on National Geographic channel. Tim's latest television work was in BBC tv’s adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s 1920 light comedy ‘Decline and Fall’

Tim as Lord BalfourThe most recent audio work Tim has done is as Lord Balfour, Foreign Secretary during the First World War, in a new series called ‘Enter the Peace Broker’ written by Martyn Wade. The series concerns the road to peace and how they negotiated the end of World War One. Listen now to Enter the Peace Broker Produced by Chrome Media. Click the link below:

Having finished a successful run in Gorky's 'The Last Ones' at the Jermyn Street Theatre, Tim performed in a one week piece of immersive theatre in 'Deeds not words' in Covent Garden, London .... which was a sell out.  'Deeds not Words' was the rallying cry of the Suffragette movement and the theatrical piece concerned the work of female doctors and nurses and their care of first world war soldier casualties.

Tim has just finished filming in Budapest with Rosamund Pike and Simon Russell Beale on a new film about Marie Curie...releasing late 2018

Audio representation: Diana Wallis,



Tim's fan site

The Case of Aleister Stratton

Under Milk Wood - Welsh Accent

The Birthday Party - Jewish Accent

The Birthday Party - Irish Accent

Holman Hunt - Authoritative Documentary English Accent

'Farewell My Lovely' - American accents - Philip Marlowe LA Private Eye

'Farewell My Lovely' - American accents - Moose Malloy - ex-con, low brain, heavy

Poem - Four days with you - Romantic English Accent