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Who Is The Guy With The Gorgeous, Scottish Voice On The Direct Line Ads?

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numan | 08:05 Tue 30th Jul 2013 | Adverts
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Greg Mchugh
08:20 Tue 30th Jul 2013
It really sounds like the actor John Hannah but I can't find anything to back it up.
no idea, but it sounds a bit like Professor Iain Stewart, unlikely to be him, but he has a nice voice.
Here's the ad
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfV2ieg6lzE&feature=c4-overview&list=UUDHL4Xb0_f2w2oNWn1SJnPg
but it doesn't say who it is, and i can't find out either. Pretty sure it's not John hannah.
I know emmie- I was just making it easier for people to listen to the ad
i think i have listened to the voice about 10 times, it does sound a bit like Iain Stewart, though seems unlikely. nice soft voice.
Sure sounds like Hannah to me....
Is it David Tennant?
I thought it was David Tennant at first but if it was him I'm sure everyone would have recognised him.
You just beat me to it cloverjo
Greg Mchugh
it might be David Tennant.
Could it be this chap, Callum O'Neill? I still think John Hannah though.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isAikoreEuY
According to info on advert it is GREG MCHUGH

Try, RICKY SALMON,
sorry, not had time to find a recording of him yet.
Callum O'Neill's voice sounds a tiny bit different, I think. Not quite as soft.
Hi Vakayu- I think your posts may have been overlooked or discounted, so maybe a link would help confirm the info
i listened to Greg McHugh and can't hear the similarities, of course not every actor is going to sound the same each time.
I'd never have thought it was Greg McHugh. I've only seen him in Fresh Meat and he puts on a different Scottish accent in that. Well, now we know, anyway. Ta, vakayu.
I am simply stating what it says on the advert info site.

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