Voice Artist and more
Voice artist and voice actor Enzo Squillino Jnr was born of English & Italian parentage. (A true Britalian).
He started his acting career in his home town of Sheffield at The Crucible Theatre in Alan Bleasdales production of No More Sitting on the Old School Bench, he then went on to study acting at London’s prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on a full scholarship.
Enzo first gained fame for his role in The West End smash hit “Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story “as 50’s rock\’n\’roll singer Ritchie Valens (of La Bamba fame)- which gained him much critical acclaim – but he gained his reputation as a volatile and comic actor as cockney wide boy “George Andreotti” in the hit ITV television drama series The Knock
Many of his Enzo‘s other stage credits include the West End hit Saturday Night Fever, the stage musical for Director Arlene Phillips (OBE) as hot-tempered Frank Manero senior. A View From The Bridge in the West End with Hayley Atwell and Ken Stott, Much A Do About Nothing for The National Theatre in The West End with David Tennent. Various productions for RSC director Lucy Bailey including Don’t Look Now and The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore.
Recently on screen, Paddington 2, as Giuseppe, Nine, Incendiary, SWAG, Mamma Mia! as Gregoris and US movie of the week Judas (abc), for Paramount, playing the role of James.
Enzo has appeared in many television and radio commecials both in the UK and overseas including Renault, Kellogs, Yorkshire Tea, Frosted Shreddies and the famous The very best Chris Rea ablum using his Northern (Sheffield) tones.
Enzo lives in London with his wife and family and his hobbies include photography, travel and Italian coffee drinking!
If you are looking for a UK voice for your next voiceover project then please do get in touch