India Fisher


India Fisher

Infobox Person
name = India Fisher



image_size = 200px
birth_name = India Fisher
birth_place = London, England
residence = London, England
nationality = British
ethnicity = English
known_for = Narrating "Masterchef"
employer = BBC
occupation = Presenter
home_town = (Family origin) Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, England
religion = Christianity ["BBC"]
India Fisher is a British actress born in 1974. Her father is the MP Mark Fisher. [cite web | title=TARDIS Report December 20, 2005 | work=Outpost Gallifrey | url=http://www.gallifreyone.com/cgi-bin/viewnews.cgi?id=EEFVpAyllyeqBrMoJu&tmpl=newsrss | accessdate=2006-05-09] She is also the sister of musician Crispin Hunt and of actress Francesca Hunt, who appears with her in the play "Other Lives".

She has appeared in the television series "Dead Ringers" and provided the voice for the character of Sophia Winchell in the BBC.co.uk flash-animated webcast series "Ghosts of Albion". She is the narrator of BBC Two's cookery programme "Masterchef" and performs voiceovers for television advertisements. She has also appeared in several episodes of the BBC Radio 4 comedy series "Elephants to Catch Eels".

Science fiction voice work

Fisher has provided voices on a number of Science Fiction audio dramas:

* In a series of audio plays based on the BBC science fiction television series "Doctor Who" as the companion Charley Pollard.
* In the Big Finish Productions audio drama "Earthsearch Mindwarp", based on a James Follett novel, broadcast on the digital radio station BBC 7.
* In Sci Fi Channel UK's online audio drama Blake's 7 - The Audio Adventures [cite web | title=SciFi Channel Website Cast List | work=Blake's 7 - The Audio Adventures | url=http://www.scifi.co.uk/blakes7/cast_lora.asp | accessdate=2007-07-09] by "B7 Productions" (aka "Blake's 7 Enterprises" / " [http://www.b7media.com/ B7 Media] ") - playing Lora Mezin, a federation officer forcibly conscripted to the rebel cause by Blake.

References

External links

* [http://www.indiafisher.com/indiabio.html The India Fisher Fan Site]
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