Kenny Blyth

Categories: Male UK, Scottish

Kenny is an experienced Scottish voiceover and actor, great for corporates and narration as well as characters.

He has performed in over a hundred and fifty plays for radio three, four and radio Scotland playing characters as diverse as an 80 year old, dying chinese man and a 6 inch tall South London imp! He occasionally gets to play Scottish characters. His television credits include a drug dealing taxi driver called John in "Taggart" (SMG) John Bailiol in "King Of Scots" (Saltire films) and a bridegroom not called John in "Perfect" (RDF productions). Theatre credits include Lawyer Linkum in James Hoggs "Confessions of a justified Sinner" (Lyceum theatre), Stanley Kowalski in "A Street Car Named Desire" (Perth Rep), Cobweb in "The Snowqueen" (Perth Rep), Polixenese in "The Winters Tale" (Glasgow rep) and John in Alan Ayckbourn's "Absent Freinds" (The Mill at Sonning). Kenny also works extensively in corporate and commercial voice-overs, has his own studio and has recorded over twenty talking books including Ian Banks' "Dead Air" and Christopher Brookmyre's "Quite Ugly One Morning", "One fine day in the middle of the night" and "Pandaemonium".