Lizzie Waterworth had her first break into animation voiceovers aged 22, and has been voicing award-winning cartoons and video games ever since, including the lead role in Horrid Henry and characters in numerous successful kids’ shows like Bob the Builder and Mush-Mush and the Mushables. In 2019, she was nominated for a BAFTA for her role as Henry. When she’s not in a recording studio, she is helping young people to build their speaking confidence, visiting schools and businesses to run workshops, speaking at events, and coaching one-to-one. Lizzie is currently working with her local NHS hospital Milton Keynes University Hospital, supporting their paediatric department by identifying ways to help children feel more confident during their visits.


Lizzie Waterworth is the author of “How to Talk so People will Listen” A fun and accessible book,  offering practical advice to help children find their voice and boost confidence when speaking in front of other people. Published by DK- Penguin Random House on September 7th in the UK and September 19th in other countries. 

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A BAFTA nominated voice artist, for her title role in Horrid Henry, Lizzie’s numerous animation credits include Team Jay, cbeebies Tinpo, Alphablocks and Bob the Builder to name but a few.


Lizzie’s first book is a humorous, illustrated, inspirational book, full of stories, tips and tricks for feeling more confident when talking in front of people.