Charlie has a bright and colourful voice, which complements her Edinburgh charm. However she is often called upon to voice characters for dark and comical dramas.
In 2018 Charlie was one of three main characters alongside Alex Lawther (End of the F*cking World, Blackmirror) and Olga Amelia Silkina in a seven-part radio drama recorded in Malmo's Tambourine Studios. The London Necropolis Railway has had over 50,000 downloads and premiered at the Lund Fantastik Film Festival.
Charlie is currently working on a number of audio dramas and is able to record professionally from home.
For voice reels, clips and podcasts, please see below...
Series, interviews and featured segments.
Cage Rage: G-Force
Darryl Edge is on a quest to watch and understand every film made by Nicolas Cage. In this episode he talks to Charlie in depth about the 2009 animation film G-Force
IMDp: Who Framed Peter Rabbit?
Improvised Movie Director Podcast
Join Martina Minnow in conversation with Charlie (Meredith Mountain) as they discuss clips from her latest film. A completely improvised comedy show.
The first episode from Chazz Redheads "Pilot Season" series.
Dark and absurd comedy.
Charlie plays Dr Wells who has gotten in a bit too deep at this mysterious laboratory.
The London Necropolis Railway
Audio drama starring Alex Lawther (End of the F*cking World, Blackmirror), Charlie Vero-Martin, Olga Silkina. Recorded at Tambourine Studios, Malmo and premiered at the Fantastik Film Festival, Lund.
Featured Live Performance
Comedy Fanfiction podcast produced by Ellen Waddell. This episode features a recording of my Agent Carter/Indiana Jones fanfiction from the popular live show in Shoreditch.
Comedians with Ghost Stories
Charlie talks about her time as a tour guide in the most haunted place in the world with hilarious comedian and writer Emily McKenna Winter (The New Yorker, The Today Show, NPR)
50 Uses for the Word Love
Charlie chats to stand-up comedian Stephen Trumble (Comedy Central) about the word "Enchantment".
Improv London Podcast
Stuart Moses has interviewed hundreds of specialists in the London improv comunity. This interview took place in 2017 before Charlie embarked on her first solo run at the Edinurgh Fringe.