About Us

McLean-Williams Limited is a talent agency specialising in personal management and providing a first class service for actors, actresses and industry creatives.

We have clients working in every genre of the entertainment industry as we work on developing and nurturing our clients careers, by looking after their individual requirements.  Our clients work in film, television, theatre and musical theatre both in the West End and UK regional and overseas tours, commercials and radio.

We work closely with several managers, agents and full-service companies in the United States as well as across Europe. This is to help each individual client find the right representation overseas.

Alexandra McLean-Williams formed McLean-Williams Limited in 2002.

Alexandra McLean-Williams

Alexandra McLean-Williams

Agent and Managing Director

Prior to founding McLean-Williams Limited, Alexandra was a highly influential Public Relations Consultant in the entertainment industry, looking after numerous celebrities‘ personal press and publicity needs for high profile West End theatre productions, television shows and events. Alexandra also worked on the launch of two entertainment magazines one for the highly successful Time Out Group and the other for the Internationally renowned Express Newspapers, before taking on the challenge of the launch of Classic FM, the first commercial classical radio station in the UK, which was and still is a huge success. Alexandra’s success has enabled her to use her connections and influence to help a number of prestigious and worthy charities by linking them with the right celebrities, providing the charity the huge exposure needed for creating high profile and rewarding fundraising opportunities. This is a service that she still provides to her chosen charities. By maintaining a select client list, McLean-Williams Limited has formed a close working relationship with those it represents, along with a personal management service to that of respected manager/agent. Alexandra’s hard work and dedication has won her acclaim and respect from producers, directors and casting directors in all fields of the industry. Alexandra’s experience in media gives her superb negotiating and people skills.

Saskia Hefes

Saskia Hefes

Senior Assistant/Junior Agent

Saskia has been with the agency 2 years and is currently the Senior Assistant/Junior Agent working on having her own client list in the future.

Before joining McLean-Williams Saskia worked on the set of many Television Series such as Downton Abbey, Silent Witness and You me and the Apocalypse but her ambition is to represent and promote Artists. Through working on set, Saskia met Denis Menochet on Spotless and continued to work with him as a Personal Assistant.

Having studied Drama and creative writing at University, The course has enabled her to extend and master her knowledge of drama and experience of the performing arts.

Imogen Fuller

Imogen Fuller

Agent’s Assistant

Imogen is thrilled to be on board with McLean-Williams supporting Alexandra and her team in all aspects of the agency.

Imogen studied theatre at the the BRIT school for performing arts and technology before deciding to focus on arts management through the Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge course. Since leaving education she has worked in talent management building up knowledge and experience working for the Bridge Theatre Company and at Beresford Management.

Damn Good Voices

Damn Good Voices

Voice Agent

Damn Good Voices was set up in 2009, and is focused on bringing new, exciting voices to the market, mixed in with some highly skilled experts. All of our voices have graduated from some of the best drama schools throughout the world (some not so recently!), and are dedicated in delivering a top class product. Our exclusive list of artists represents a broad range of artistic experience and can cover virtually any brief, in terms of voice age, accent or delivery style. We have worked with every one of our voices in our own studio and continue to do so on a regular basis in order to ensure they continue to deliver incredible voiceovers for our clients.

Simon Cryer - Creative Director
Simon worked in theatre for many years as Musical Director/Composer/Sound Designer. He spent several months of several years working with Sir Alan Ayckbourn on numerous productions including seasons at The National Theatre in London and around 60 other productions through the UK.

He progressed into composing music for theatre, BBC Radio 3 and 4 and a couple of Documentaries, TV pilots and Films, whilst dabbling in recording voicereels for friends and colleagues. Needless to say, things went well with the voicereels, and Crying Out Loud was born!

In 2000 (whilst continuing with Crying Out Loud) he moved in to commercial radio – working with major advertisers and stations throughout the UK, opening up even more doors. He now spends much of his time producing and directing audio content for a wide range of clients as well as ensuring Crying Out Loud stays at the top of its game in regards to voicereels, and that Damn Good Voices continues to flourish.

To visit Damm Good Voices click here.

Twitter link: @DamnGoodVoices

Norman Sharp

Norman Sharp

Accountant

Norman is a chartered accountant who has spent many of his recent years working with a range of clients in the industry including producers, agents, actors. Having worked for McLean-Williams Limited for over thirteen years he has forged a meaningful and beneficial working relationship with Alexandra and her team.

Edward McLean-Bibby

Edward McLean-Bibby

Admin & Social Media Manager

Edward graduated from Manchester University having read "Art History & Visual Studies" Since then he has interned at the Ben Uri Gallery until the beginning of November, where he researched the images for the new monograph on the life and shifting styles of the 20th century British artist David Bomberg, which coincides with the Ben Uri‘s touring exhibition, "Bomberg", currently at Pallant House in Chichester, transferring to the Laing in Newcastle before finishing at the Ben Uri’s own gallery in St John’s Wood, London, in the summer. Previously he has worked for NADFAS-acrredited lecturer Gerald Delandes as a personal assistant and a social marketing manager for a lecture on Patti Smith and Robert Maplethorpe that Delandes conducted at the Glastonbury Festival 2015.

If you would like to join the team for an internship then please click here