More about Polish voice actors
A great aspect of the Polish language is its mutual intelligibility. Polish also shares many similarities with other Slavic languages, more specifically Czech and Slovak. Meaning using Polish voice actors could indirectly reach out to more people than expected!
Many of our Polish voice actors are based in the capital Warsaw, and we record with them remotely via Source Connect or ipDTL technologies. We also have the option to book native Polish voice actors into local Polish studios due to our international connections to studios both in Poland and across the world.
The Polish economy enjoys steady growth and was one of the few European countries to avoid the recession in 2007-2008. Almost 60% of the workforce are in services, and 40% in industry. The games industry is a very important market for Poland. Home to over 330 game studios, with the most successful being CD Projekt Red, creator of The Witcher series. Which was recognised and celebrated by the government of Poland.
12 Million Poles regularly play and spend money on video games, making a Polish translation for audio and video content an attractive proposition.
At Voquent we can help with all aspects of Polish localisation work including translation of voice-over scripts. We also cast and record Polish voice actors for animation dubbing, movies, corporate films, subtitling, closed captioning, and translating video content.
This page features Polish voice actor samples. Listen and shortlist the voices you like, for a free no-obligation quote. We can also record auditions. If you need a different accent or language, we offer that too!