We’re almost halfway through the series now with episode 9 airing tonight (Friday, March 2nd) and we’re ready for more great Masterchef UK voice over.

The competitive cooking series is a bonafide staple of UK TV. However, perhaps the best thing about it is the way the narrator describes the dishes.

So, who are they?

Masterchef S15
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Masterchef UK: Voice Over

The Masterchef UK voice over comes courtesy of the wonderful India Fisher.

However, she has also lent her talents to other editions of the show, such as the Juniors version.

She’s a British actress and the daughter of ex-MP Mark Fisher.

The 43-year old was born in Stoke-on-Trent, England and now resides in London.

You can follow her on twitter at @IndFisher.

What Else Has she Been in?

Think she sounds familiar? There’s a reason.

India Fisher has done a range of voice work. She voiced the character of Sophie Winchell in the BBC.co.uk flash-animated webcast series, Ghosts of Albion.

The Masterchef personality has also done some voiceover work for adverts. Notably PG Tips and Natwest.

Her most well-known work  – besides Masterchef UK voice over – would have to be Dead Ringers. It’s a radio and television comedy impressions show which is broadcast on BBC Radio 4.

Masterchef UK Voice Over: India Fisher’s Family

You could definitely say that her family is associated with fame.

Besides her former-MP father, she is the step-sister of actress Francesca Hunt and also musician Crispin Hunt.

So, it looks they have all certainly used their voice.

Catch Masterchef UK series 15 on BBC One and BBC iPlayer


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Chris Weston
Chris Weston

Chris has a First Class Film and Journalism (Joint Honours) degree from De Montfort University and previously studied film at A-level, making him HITC’s resident movie guy. Chris's passion for all things cinema has been with him from a very young age and he has written for a number of publications, from Taste of Cinema to local sites. He has been with HITC for a five years, exploring the world of film and television while looking out for the latest titles to excite and inspire audiences.

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