Roger Tilling is one of the most well-known and trusted voices on British television. He is the legendary voice of BBC’s University Challenge; the world’s longest-running TV quiz, pronouncing names like Singanayagam, Tyszczuk-Smith, Garčević, and Bhattacharya live in the studio.
Roger began his career in independent radio, presenting shows that were networked across many regions of the country. During that time he presented on every radio airshift around the clock. In 1997 he moved into television to become a live announcer, and has voiced the trailers of BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Universal, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky, MTV, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.
He’s not just a one-voice wonder. His vocal acting range and versatility means that he is highly sought after for providing character voices for computer games, animated productions and movie trailers. His television commercials include everything from I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter to Shreddies to Peppa Pig. Roger has also narrated over 100 documentaries for BBC, ITV and National Geographic. In 2014 he supported his University Challenge colleague Jeremy Paxman vocally in his Edinburgh Fringe Festival show PAXO.
With over 20 years of television and radio experience, the UK’s television networks have made Roger their first port of call when a “Voice of God” delivery is needed for major television events and primetime shows, from announcing Her Majesty The Queen at The Royal Variety Performance to The British Soap Awards, and Never Mind The Buzzcocks to Top Gear. Roger is always in demand for major awards ceremonies and corporate events across the country, and engagements outside the UK are also possible.
As global creative director for NBC Universal, I consistently used Roger for global campaigns, sales reels and creative work and have always found him to be smart, courteous and professional. As well as having a great voice, Roger has a great, friendly attitude and I can heartily recommend him
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