Who’s doing the British voiceovers for Amazon commercials? Answers here!

There’s a smooth, playful, confident voice narrating the latest campaign of Amazon ads, like Little Red Riding Hood and Medusa. Discovering who the woman is behind the voice took time and some research, but finally the answers are here!


The Voice. The accented voice belongs to comedian and actress Morgana Robinson. She was referenced in an interview with Amazon reps and the commercial production team, Joint. Check this link for the entire transcript but in part, they said…

From the very beginning, we knew we wanted a voice with strong comic energy. Morgana Robinson came up early on as she’s not only a phenomenal talent but deeply funny as well. We spent hours in the studio crafting ways for her to come across as modern and likeable, but crucially quite cheeky too.


Morgana Robinson is all over the place with profession work, so be sure to follow her on Instagram here: @morgana_robinson. She’s funny and a great impressionist! Don’t believe me? Check out her horse neigh in this video around timecode 2:08.


Neigh Neigh. Speaking of horses, I’ll leave you with a favorite pic from my horse photo gallery. All of the photos in my wildlife gallery (where you’ll find more horses) are available to cover your walls as framed artwork!


Thanks for trotting by…

-Out of the Wilderness

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Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes a 13-year-old beagle and an 11-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

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