Audio: Godmanchester man voices McCoys Crisps ad campaign
A FATHER of two from Godmanchester has voiced a new advert for McCoys Crisps. Anthony Richardson, 43, of Fox Grove is a well-established voice over artist with credits ranging from Pepsi to Microsoft. McCoys Crisps has have employed him for its new websi
A FATHER of two from Godmanchester has voiced a new advert for McCoys Crisps. Anthony Richardson, 43, of Fox Grove is a well-established voice over artist with credits ranging from Pepsi to Microsoft.
McCoys Crisps has have employed him for its new website campaign.
Mr Richardson said: "Producing the voice files for the McCoy's Man Crisps website campaign was great fun. The initial brief was to sound a bit like a friendly Phil Mitchell from EastEnders."
Sound clips that Mr Richardson provided for the company include 'Steady on mate' and 'Good to have you onboard'.
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He added: "I was delighted with the first set of audio files. Alas, I actually sounded too macho and we had to go back to the drawing board. After a couple more recordings, it was decided that the manliness should be toned-down a bit."
Earlier this year, Mr Richardson voiced the introduction to Bill Gates farewell conference.
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Other jobs include voicing greeting cards in various celebrity voices including, Bob Geldof and Elvis Presley and providing voices for cartoons.
His love of voices began at the age of 17 when he left school and went on to become the youngest sound operator at the London Royal National Theatre.
Since then he has dreamt of voicing a character in The Simpsons or Family Guy and his children Barney, 10 and Jordan, 11 love listening to his cartoon voices.
He said: "My kids love it when I walk around the house doing impersonations and they always try and join in. I love my job and it beats working for a living.