Darren Altman

In 2016, Darren was thrust into the public spotlight after he appeared on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ where he reached the semi-finals, performing his celebrity impressions live in front of 11 million viewers. His first audition earned him a standing ovation from the crowd and all four judges, while his performance in the semi-finals saw him finish an impressive 4th place.


“Of all the years we've had impressionists on this show, I genuinely think this is the best and most original act we've had. Absolutely hilarious Darren, a million percent yes!”
Simon Cowell


“Very simple, brilliantly funny from start to finish. Every impression was spot on. It was a faultless audition; I'm very excited about you.”
Alesha Dixon


“What I loved about this act was that it was really intelligent and different. I loved the way each voice morphed into the next.”
Amanda Holden


“It was brilliantly funny from start to finish and a lot of those impressions I've never heard people do before. I'm excited about what you're going to do next.”
David Walliams


Since then, Darren has been busy performing in comedy clubs, venues and festivals all over the country, as well as corporate and charity events and has guested on Heart and Capital Radio, pranking presenters with his impressions! In 2019 Darren's uncanny DeepFake Boris Johnson was seen all over the world, as the remarkable video went viral.


As well as his hilarious impressions, Darren is a full time voiceover artist and has a broadcast quality home studio where he sends out voiceovers all over the world. He has voiced thousands of TV and radio commercials, as well as web videos, cartoons, games, apps and more.

His clients include Disney, Coca-Cola, ESPN, X-Box, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, NBC, ITV, McDonalds, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, Intel,
Strictly Come Dancing, Big Brother, Subway, Jaguar, Virgin Mobile, Playstation, Amazon.com, Marks & Spencers and NBC.



His voice of God work has sees him voicing for major award ceremonies, working alongside celebrities such as Claudia Winkleman, Tess Daly, Rory Bremner, Pat Sharp and GB Olympic swimmer Mark Foster.


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