As an actor, I’ve worked mainly across stage, radio, and screen. Recently, I've filmed lead roles in short films Brothers Keepers & Lover of the Month, and Series 5 of online comedy show THE B@IT (Channel 4). Alongside this, I've appeared in a THINK! commercial campaign. 

To see my full CV, you can view my Spotlight

Represented by The Galton Agency.


If you think I could be right for your project, please do get in touch!


I am next appearing in Spies Like Us' comedy-thriller, Speed Dial, co-written by myself, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022.

Amongst the spires, spikes and sideburns of a 1970s university, a lonely Professor awaits a call. When he's chased by the ringing of every passing phone, an ominous voice sets a series of mysterious puzzles that stand between him and his missing daughter. Dodgy deans, grumbling groundskeepers and swotty students are suspects as the Professor capers across campus to uncover whodunnit and why.



SpeedDial 5000x5000.jpg
Written and performed with Evangeline Dickson


Represented by Voice Squad, I am a native English voice-over artist with a versatile voice ranging from clear, warm, and comforting expression to comedic, characterful performances.


I have a professional home studio setup, complete with NEAT Beecaster USB Microphone and soundproofing.


I have recently recorded a voiceover for an Indeed TV Commercial. 

You can listen to my voice reels here! 

Hamish Lloyd Barnes Commercial Reel
Hamish Lloyd Barnes Audiobook
Hamish Lloyd Barnes Documentary

“Lloyd Barnes provided the stand-out performance for me, effortlessly portraying the private but genuine character of florist Alan… He did well to successfully build the progression of this character to a climax which was beautifully delivered, and the emotion in the sequence engaged the audience immediately”

DST First Night on Flowers n That

“Excellent performance as Cam... Very believable and beautifully played" 

BBC Three Counties Radio on Boys

“Mamboing between moments, Hamish Lloyd Barnes who plays Hawthorne and numerous other characters, gives a particularly energetic performance with wonderful facial elasticity that is just the other side of slapstick"


LondonTheatre1 on Our Man in Havana