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As well as being a voice over artist/voice actor, I’m also an actor with a background in improvisation and comedy,  and I bring this experience to my game and animation roles. Click here for videos of my acting roles

I’m a fan of games and regularly play point-and-click adventures in my spare time. I grew up playing Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango and fell in love with the vocal performances in each them- it’s a big part of why I’m a voice actor now.

Here’s a selection of games I’ve worked on: they range from quirky Indies to BAFTA-nominated games….

Heaven’s Vault

I was thrilled to be invited to lend my voice to Aliyah for the demo level Inkle’s latest game. 

The level showed at GDC, PaxEast and Rezzed 2018!


Adventure Jam 2018

After getting involved in Adventure Jam last year with Elise (see below) I was delighted to work on 4 characters in  3 games during this years jam. It’s an amazing community of developers who welcomed me with open arms- they really enjoyed challenging me and I got to play a James Bond style spy, a mad, howling cannibal and a bonkers puppeteer in a musical.

The public vote is in on the 62 games and I’m so proud of mine for ranking so highly.

We’ll know the judges ranking in July- watch this space!

More on each game below!


Aye Fair Lady

Charlotte Gore at Stairfall Institute Games took on the incredible task of producing a musical episode of her game Yorkshire Gubbins  in only two weeks!

I was tasked with playing a somewhat batty puppeteer who sings a song about the magic of puppetry… which may accidentally have some naughty undertones.

Steggy played by Victoria Hudson 

Public vote ranking:

Overall 1, Dialogue 1, Music 1 and Voice Acting 1!

You can download it here and Aye Fair Lady will be added to the Yorkshire Gubbins universe later in the year!


Jump straight to the song:


Dave Lloyds at PowerHoof approached me with the idea of a villain that was at once sinister and childlike- his vocal references were “drunk”,  “sing-song” and he also sent me videos of the wolves you’ll hear howling in the video. 

Ian is played by Adie Vaughan

Public vote ranking:

Overall 2, Voice Acting 2

You can download the game here


Content warning: cannibalism, stylized gore, moderate violence

Cross Purposes

After working with Vance from Stand Off Software on Unicorn Dungeon, he asked me to do something quite different- he wanted Celestine to be an arrogant, James Bond style spy and I had a great time exploring that. I also got to do a little comedy turn as a cockney food seller later on in the game- always enjoy chatting to myself!

Public vote ranking:

Overall 21, Voice acting 4


Content warning: Swearing from streamer!

Unicorn Dungeon

I was brought in to play Princess Ellen- a damsel in distress who is not all she appears to be!

Filled with silly humour and self-aware commentary on the genre, it was a hoot to be part of this growing universe!

You can buy the game here


 AdventureX 2017

I was thrilled to be invited onto  “The Art Of Game Acting” panel at this year’s Adventure Expo, along with  Doug Cockle (The Witcher), Samantha Béart (Age of Wonders III), Rolf Saxon (Broken Sword), and chaired by Dave Gilbert. I’ve been a lifelong fan of Rolf’s and we had a terrific time talking about our weird, wonderful job!

Here’s a video of the panel from Adventure Treff (I’m on the right).





Produced during AdventureJam 2017

In search of her lost father, Elise stumbles upon a cave in which she thinks her father is imprisoned. The cave is filled with giant bugs and traps, so she must tread carefully. There are pages of a letter her father wrote for anyone looking for him scattered around the area and it’s the only key to find him.

“I just downloaded it and I loved what you did there. It made Elise feel so real, a human being behind the pixels, and immediately you’re like “oh, man. We need to find her dad. This is up to me, it’s on my head.” “

Stacy Davidson, Warbird Games and co-organizer of AdventureJam


Bertram Fiddle

A terribly gruesome tale in the finest tradition of point and click adventure games!

I absolutely loved playing Episode 1 of Bertram Fiddle, so was delighted to be asked to play 7 characters in Episode 2 Bertram Fiddle: A Bleaker Predicklement. I play a variety of Victorian comic characters, including cockney street vendors, an aristocrat locked in an attic, a flirtatious baker and a sinister old lady.

“Sally was great to work with, responding brilliantly to direction. She provided us with several very strong and unique characters. Her consistency and ability to stay in character is also something which impressed me – especially as the voices I required were very exaggerated mad old crones.”  Seb Burnett, Writer/Designer of Bertram Fiddle, Rumpus Animation

It was a very creative day of recording at Red Panda in Bristol with Matthew Walker and I’m looking forward to hearing which of my ad-libs made it into the game!

Available on Steam and the App Store!

“the real selling point is the je ne sais quoi that springs forth from the modern big-nosed caricatures and stellar characterisation and voice acting”

Katrina Filippidis, Gameranx

the British speakers with their upscale London dialect are gorgeous and make with their dry conversations, at least a smile, and occasionally for laughter.” GameContrast 70/100

Everything is voice acted so, although the game does allow you to skip dialogue if you’re a fast reader, I highly recommend taking your time and listening to all the characters do their thing.” App Unwrapper

 “The humour and voice acting coupled with great graphics makes this a really enjoyable play.

The quirky voices and music fit the game perfectly”

This is a fun point and click adventure with great humour, voice acting, and puzzles that won’t keep you from progressing.” App Army for Pocket Gamer

The game has also been shortlisted for The Big Indie Awards!


A montage of some of the voices I supply in Bertram Fiddle 2: A Bleaker Predicklement

Watch longer videos of each character in this playlist!

Drone Swarm

Drone Swarm is a story-driven SciFi RTS game for PC developed by StillAlive studios.

I play Kaylee (with the green hair on the left of the cutscenes), head of the Military in the Drone Swarm universe. I was hired specifically for my authentic British sarcasm and had a fantastic time arguing with Erika Sanderson. We’d worked together on a film and she recommended me to Swiss company Still Alive.

Written by Aaron de Orive, it’s a game driven by the conflict between military and religious factions- with two leading women and a predominantly female cast. 

“It’s been a great experience working with Sally over a remote Skype video call and working through the script and it shows: there’s nothing to be afraid of if one doesn’t have a huge studio. We’re super happy with Sally’s performance of a sarcastic military officer, it has been great fun to working with her, and it shows in the final recordings we’ve received.”  Chris Polus, Sound Designer Chromonaut/Still Alive




Project Aftermath

Project Aftermath is an Arcade RTS game where you command up to four squads of soldiers in exciting battles in a retro-futuristic world.

I play your guide in the retro-futuristic battle game, Theora- she’s sardonic and isn’t shy about telling you where you went wrong. 

Project Aftermath is an incredible achievement for Games Faction‘s team of two people, and I was so pleased to be part of its success- it’s also littered with British references like the New Order and even a Captain Manwaring! Just… don’t panic.

It was the only non-US game to win a coveted spot on the PAX 10 and won the Best Indie Title from Game Focus. The reviews for the voices were fantastic, too:

“Sound/Music: 10/10
The voice acting for this game is jaw-dropping. I simply could not believe the quality I was hearing. In fact after watching the first comic-strip story sequence and then hearing the voice work (and the sheer amount of voice work) I immediately went online to double check the size of the development team. The music, sound fx, and voice work is absolutely top-notch and is better than some fully priced console games out there.” The Indie Game Magazine



the voice acting is superb Just Press Play

“The voice-acting is also spot on, with every character featuring a considerably lengthy amount of dialogue. At times the voice acting is so professional, that you forget that the game was made by such a small team of people.” Middle East Gamers

the voice over work is some of the best we have heard in an indie title ” Game Focus

Altea Aerospace

The XR5 Vanguard, DeltaGlider-XR1, and XR2 Ravenstar are cutting-edge, high-performance spacecraft for the Orbiter Space Flight Simulator

I’m the voice of the XR1-5 Fleet of space craft in this Oribiter flight-sim

The vocal reference was Hal from 2001: A Space Odyssey and I really enjoyed delivering news such as “Oxygen levels falling” in a flat yet knowing voice.

“Sally did a great job on the voiceovers for my new ship. She is easy to work with and her work is top-notch!”
 Douglas Beachy, Altea Aerospace



      XR1 Onboard Computer Voice - Sally Beaumont

Buzz!:The Schools Quiz

An educational game based on Relentless‘s popular Buzz series

I recorded over 5000 questions for this game and as a fan of trivia I loved every second! Aimed at Key Stage 2 (7-11 year olds) and and supported by the Department for Education and Schools, this game romps through History, English Language and Literature, Geography, Maths, French, Spanish and Science in a fast-paced multiple choice game.

Starring Jason Donovan as the eponymous Buzz the game was a hit with schoolchildren. The Sunday Times gave it 5 stars, The Guardian 4/5 and the game was nominated for a BAFTA in the Primary Learning category!



      Buzz!: The Schools Quiz Question - Sally Beaumont



Hip Hip & Hurra


A weasel and a hippo detective team solve mysteries and teach children science!

I was cast as twelve of the animal characters in this wonderful educational animation. I played Missy, the trainee detective Ant who gets to fly on a leaf, a gorilla baby, a Northern Swallow who migrates south and a parrot, who explains how the planets rotate from her garden swing.

Reel of voices coming soon!


Bupi Bupi

Bupi is an alien who comes to Earth to show children that, no matter what our differences, we can all get along!

I played several of the children, in the first clip I play the little blonde girl, Conchin.

In the second clip I play Elena, who takes an eye test, and later on I also play two of her friends: the boy in the wheelchair (Alonso) and the footballer- I still get a kick out of listening to me chatting with myself as different characters!