Actress, impressionist, singer and voiceover artist - Jess Robinson has appeared on both stage and screen. Her TV credits include ITV's satirical puppet show - Newzoids, BBC3's comedy Murder in Successville, and Rory Bremner's Election report (BBC 2).
During the Edinburgh Festival 2015, Jess showcased her impressions (including presenter Alex Jones) live on The One Show. Other TV credits include Dead Ringers, The Impressions Show, Spoof, The Slammer and Scoop!
A popular interactive musical impressionist for corporate events, Jess injects energy and fun with her 'Wheels of 64 Tunes'. By spinning each of two wheels (one of artists' names and one with song titles) Jess performs the often bizarrely humorous end result! She can give her audience Kate Bush in 3 minutes or The Sound of Music in 2 minutes. She can also tailor an original song to suit the occasion, which can certainly enliven a corporate event and add a stamp of originality.
Jess produced and starred in her debut one-woman show at The Edinburgh Festival 2014.
She has recorded numerous radio sitcoms and sketch shows for Radio 4, including; The Now Show, Fifteen Minute Musicals, Secret World, I've Never Seen Starwars, The Castle and Newsjack.
Jess is the voice of Horrible Histories on CBBC. She voices multiple characters in the Dreamworks production of Noddy and she provided the core female impressions for HEDZ on CBBC. She can also be heard on several of the brilliant Doctor Who audio episodes. Jess has also voiced numerous video games and can be heard on commercials and promos for The Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, BBC 4 and CBeebies.
A classically trained singer, Jess is versatile in all styles and began impersonating professionally when she played the title role of Little Voice.
Following her debut solo show in 2014, Jess returned to The Edinburgh Festival with Jess Robinson: The Rise of Mighty Voice. The sell-out run gained 4 & 5 star reviews and an 'Amused Moose Comedy Award.'