Nic Tuff

 Broadcaster    Voice Artist      Composer

Nic started his radio career when he was just eleven years old, and has presented shows on some of the UK’s favourite radio brands around the UK, as well as being a Programme Director.


He made world wide headlines when he called Nelson Mandela at home pretending to be the UK’s Prime Minister Tony Blair for an April Fools joke. He then went on to prank call England’s former goal keeper David Seaman just ahead of their first game in the 1988 World Cup pretending to be The Arch Bishop of Canterbury. The original audio is now available on the Audio section along with his latest voice over showreel.


Nic is a familiar voice on numerous TV, radio commercials and the voice of many trailers & corporate films. Voice over sessions / presentation requests can be arranged by emailing him. 


He is also an accomplished keyboard player, composer & arranger who writes, produces & records music for television, radio, film & games. Over on the Audio Page, we have started uploading some new & old audio clips, along with some music projects Nic has produced. Hope you enjoy!

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