Adam Sopp has been working in voiceovers since he was a teenager when he began working as an ADR artist on films and television. In 2003 he worked on the Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup video game playing Marcus Flint which led to producer David Heyman hearing his voice and casting him as Harry Potter for the subsqequent video game series as well as the theme parks in Orlando, Florida and Los Angeles, California.
Adam has continued to voice video games such as Battlefield, Dark Souls and El Shaddai, as well as cartoons such as The Bunjies and The Fist of Light. As an ADR artist Adam has worked on over a hundred films and series including 007: No Time To Die, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, The Witcher, Darkest Hour, Lost World of Z, The Brothers Grimsby, Beauty & The Beast and Cinderella.
Alongside his performing work, Adam runs STAC Voices, a voiceover studio in South East London, creating voice reels for actors and providing training for those looking to improve in the voiceover industry. With Neumann microphones and Focusrite preamps as well as a purpose built vocal booth, STAC Voices recently recorded all the audio for the video game Jenny LeClue: Detectivú.