the aardvark team


Adam Henderson

Born in New York and trained at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Adam has acted at the National Theatre, in London's West End, BBC radio dramas, and in theaters across Europe and North America. He has recorded many cartoons, anime, and countless junk food commercials. Adam acts, directs plays and teaches acting and accents at The Vancouver Film School and University of British Columbia.

Audiobooks include:

Engine 182 - by Frank Granowski
As Nature Made Him - by John Colapinto
Ceremony - by Leslie Marmon Silko
The MacNally Series - by Lawrence Sanders
Dance With the Devil - by Kirk Douglas
The Last Don - by Mario Puzo
The Silent Speaker - by Rex Stout Quiller
The 9th Directive - by Adam Hall
East of Eden, Cannery Row, To a God Unknown - by John Steinbeck
The Chamber, The Run-away Jury, The Client - by John Grisham,
A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations - by Charles Dickens
Heart of Darkness - by Joseph Conrad
Also: Six Sick Hipsters, The War of the Lance, Russel Wiley Is Out To Lunch, The Motley Fool, Overload, No Thanks, I’m Just Looking, and titles by Hemmingway, Kerouac, Salinger, Fitzgerald, Robertson Davies, and Stephen King


Eric Pollins

Also a native New Yorker, Eric brings over 30 years of public speaking and professional performing experience to his work at Aardvark. Best known for his spot-on accents and quirky foreign characters, he has voiced over 100 television and radio commercials as well as cartoons and animated features. His on-camera television and feature film credits include appearances with Halle Berry in Frankie and Alice, Daniel Radcliffe in Horns, and most recently in the animated feature Pixies with Christopher Plummer and Bill Paxton. In addition to acting and running the Aardvark studio, Eric teaches in the Sound Design program at Vancouver Film School and the New Media program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Eric also holds a law degree from the University of California, making him an excellent choice for legal and technical narration.