Voice Work

Marilla is the British dialect queen of North America. Choose Julie Andrews over Dick van Dyke.

Marilla Wex at Pirate Radio

British voice artist Marilla Wex fell in love with voice work thanks to her teacher at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, the legendary Francis Thomas. It is he whom she holds personally responsible for not only beating the Birmingham accent out of her, but also teaching her a nice RP which helped her to win a Gold Crystal Award for the best radio commercial voiceover in Canada.


Marilla is a regular member of the loop group on Reign (pictured left at Tattersall Sound and Picture with Martin Gwynne Jones and Allan Cooke) and also looped on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

She enjoys the combination of sensitive improvisation and period style that often comes into looping.

Ninjamaica - the cartoon pilot

Kay Cockburn, Marilla’s Ninjamaica character

Ninjamaica was a dream come true – Marilla got to work on a cartoon with a bunch of her stand-up buddies including Jean Paul, Kevin Herod, Kenny Robinson, Zabrina Chevannes and Dave Merheje

TV and Radio Commercial Spots


Radio/Voice Work

ClearblueTV CommercialLeo Burnett/Procter & Gamble
Panic ButtonReality TV Series11 Television/Space
WongaRadio Commercial Pirate Radio/Wonga
WeetabixTV CommercialRMW/DRAFTFCB/Weetabix
Jack Astor'sRadio CommercialPirate Radio/Jack Astor's
Philips Body GroomRadio CommercialsPirate Radio (Crystal Award Winner 2009 for best radio commercial voiceover)
NinjamaicaCartoon PilotLenz Entertainment/Teletoon
QuiznosTV/Radio CommercialsOgilvy/Quiznos
Knorr Liptons SidekicksTV/Radio CommercialsDDB/Unilever
LCBORadio CommercialsGee Jeffery/LCBO
Twin ReactionRadio DramaBBC Radio 4/Shaun MacLoughlin
Pride and PrejudiceRadio DramaBBC Radio 4/Shaun MacLoughlin


Irish FerriesTraining CDAptus/Julia Young
Phone TrainTraining CDTrain Talk/Julia Young
Warners HolidaysPhone Hold MessagingSuccess On Hold/Chris Read
Butlins Tiger HolidaysPhone Hold MessagingSuccess On Hold/Chris Read