• Donatienne Dupont

  • Voice over artist residing in France.

  • Fluent in English

  • Works in collaboration with a professional recording studio

  • Travel to Paris and London regularly.

  • Available 9.00 am to 7.00 pm (GMT +1)


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I was passionate about sports. I started training at a very young age, competing in athletics, downhill skiing and basketball.

Obtained two gold medals in athletics, three gold medals in alpine skiing.

During a professional basketball game, a player from the opposing side crashed into me. Result: torn cruciate ligament followed by 10 months of immobilization.

This immobilization weakened me, but I discovered the theatre which changed my outlook and this became a passion.

After this injury my sporting career was finished, but I discovered the theatre.

I moved to Paris, and started working as an actress on commercials, TV series and movies. I worked in the industry for 7 years. Between contracts, I enjoyed travelling, discovering new horizons and cultures.

I also started to take an interest in personal development, and the voiceover worldI read poetry and books segments for ‘La Maison de la Radio’, one of France’s largest production companies.

I worked on a number of French TV programmes such as: “ Le Salon Littéraire, Le Temps des Sciences, Le Bon Plaisir, and A Tout Proche Luc Lang.

I wrote a collection of poetry to accompany this event. Top designers and many up-and-coming talents from the fashion world participated in this event, customising old clothes for ‘Les Petits Riens’, which were auctioned at Sotheby’s.  Les petits riens is a charity fighting social exclusion and promoting integration. The goal was to raise money to help underprivileged members of society, providing them with food, shelter and help in starting a new life

After some success in Paris, I moved to New York for a year. Then decided to live in the UK and lived in London for 11 years.

I worked in this beautiful capital where the Anglo-Saxon philosophy and mindset meant that I was able to collaborate with the biggest London agencies and had the chance to work in the most beautiful London studios.

My work as a voice over artist was very diverse during these years: from commercials to documentaries, film dubbing, corporate… etc..

I was very fortunate to be selected and chosen to be a herald at the London 2012 Olympic Games for the judo competition alongside two presenters and former world champions.

I also developed a business of strategy and personal development, and obtained a diploma in Ayurvedic massage (Ayurvedic London Clinic) out of passion for new and rewarding things.

You lose loved ones, you take care of some who need you, and you meet others.

Back in France, I obtained a hypnotherapist diploma (IFHE), build my own business in personal development.

And here I am also reliving this other passion of mine which is voicing any project.