A.T. is an award winning Audio Book Narrator and has provided voices for some of the biggest animation franchises in the world.
Aaron began acting in Portland, Oregon as a child where he studied the Meisner technique and acted in local theater, film and commercial/voiceover projects.
Abby has recorded hundreds of audio books, winning two earphones awards and was named “One of the Best voices of 2012” by Audio FileMagazine.
Adam is a full time narrator and voice talent with over 175 titles and is the recipient of three AudioFile Earphones awards.
Al began his voice career in radio, moving to the stage to re-create iconic roles.
Al is a full-time narrator and voice actor from the sunny state of Arizona, where he works from his professional home recording studio.
Alex is UK born, raised in SoCal desert, the son of British Character great Wilfrid Hyde-White and was an actor at birth, getting his start as one of the last contract players at Universal Studios, at age 19.
An Oxford University and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduate, Alex has voiced everything from Apple TV campaigns to Discovery Channel documentaries to fertiliser instructions.
Alfred’s first theatrical career ended when his first book, Items From Our Catalog, became a New York Times best seller.
Alice has over 12 years experience as a voice-over artist, working primarily in the e-learning sector, where she has the ability to make even the most complex, dry information sound interesting and easily understandable.
Allyson has garnered AudioFile Earphones Awards for both fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as multiple Audie Award nominations.
Allyson is a stage, screen and voiceover actress. In addition to audiobooks, she can also be heard in promos, commercials and video games.
Amy has narrated over 100 titles in many different genres, with a focus on Comedic Fiction/Romances and Young Adult titles.
Amy has received AudioFile’s Earphones award, and her narration was selected as a Booklist Top 10 Historical Fiction on Audio and Booklist Editor’s Choice Media 2012.
Ana Byers is a formally trained actor based out of the Pacific Northwest with experience on stage, in independent film and commercials.
After a successful career in finance, Ana decided to follow her dream of being an actor.
Andi so loves narrating audiobooks! Her many careers have ranged from taco stuffer to college administrator.
As a lover of language learning, Andi can get by in Spanish, Dutch, Italian, French, and Mandarin Chinese.
Andrea has been a professional actor for over twenty years, performing on stage, television, film, and video games.
Andrew’s unscheduled career path began with factory work in the power cut days of the 70’s, moved on to Rent Collecting and was followed by seven years of acting.
Andrew trained at Webber Douglas. He toured his one man show, The Storytellers, up and down the country for many years.
Andrew has narrated well over 50 books. He specializes in sci-fi, military, horror and post-apocalyptic. However, this former Marine also has a soft side and narrates romances under the pseudonym of Connor Brown.
Since graduating from The Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, Andy has been busy treading the boards nationally and internationally as both an actor and musician.
Andy acted his first role at age 4 as the toothless grandfather in a Houston mega-church Christmas musical extravaganza and has rarely left the stage since.
Ann’s varied work experience has lent itself well to narration, as she’s no stranger to terminology used in wildlife management, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, education and the automotive industry.
Anna had the weirdest job in college: reading court transcripts out loud to court reporting students. But it was her first step to becoming a great storyteller.
Anna has written, painted and taught on six continents, including a stint teaching English and art for two years on a tiny island in Micronesia.
Anna considers narration to be the most skilled of acting jobs and loves bringing books to life – literature as performance, and relishes finding subtle ways to bring out the most in an author’s words.
Anne is an accomplished British actress with lead credits on stage, television, commercials and voice-overs, and has hundreds of audiobooks to her credit.
Antony was recommended by the “All About Romance” Web site as one of the best male narrators at performing female characters.
Barbara has been lucky enough to have spent most of her adult life either reading aloud, reading to others, or embodying different characters on-stage.
Barrie Buckner has been a working actor and narrator for over a decade and is located in Los Angeles, CA.
Barry is a former US Navy nuclear engineer. He developed his voicing skills briefing admirals, generals, congressmen, and other dignitaries.
Winner of more than a dozen Audiofile Earphones Awards and a three-time Audie Award nominee, Bernadette has been honored to narrate the work of some of the finest fiction writers of our time.
Billie is a native Brit and a professionally trained actress and voice over artist. Over the years she discovered she had a talent for accents, character voices and storytelling, so finding the world of audiobooks was a joy.
Bob is an American Actor, Narrator, and acclaimed voice artist based in Los Angeles.
Bob is a full-time professional story-teller and narrator and has received both Audie and Earphones awards.
Storytelling and voice work have been constants in Braden’s diverse Arts and performance career. A favorite reviewer comment characterizing his narration style: “Crisp and audibly delicious.”
Brandon’s passion for voice work is a direct result of studying “mimesis” (imitation) within the cartoons of his childhood and today.
Brandon Massey comes from a classic theatrical background, having performed in many Shakespeare plays and having studied the classics in Greece.
Brett has narrated more than 100 books, many of those from his home studio in New York’s Catskill Mountains.
After working in the radio/production field for 15 years, Brian has been a full-time voiceover artist for well over a decade.
Brigid is a professional actor, examiner and audiobook narrator, originally from the island of Tasmania, Australia but now calls London home.
Brittany has received several nominations for American Library Association’s annual list of Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults.
For 10+ years Bruce made professional theatre his home, in over 4500 performances in straight and musical theatre.
Bruce studied acting at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and has been a successful voiceover artist and actor for over ten years.
Bruce Reizen recently completed his 47th audiobook, a detective mystery.
When he was four, Jim was temporarily blinded in both eyes by chemicals in a household accident. For almost a year, Jim’s family and friends read to him, either at his bedside, or by telephone.
Caitlin, a New York City-based actress and award-winning audiobook narrator, is the voice of a number of best selling Young Adult and Science Fiction series.
Caitlin has had the distinguished honor to premier new work from Alan Menken and Sir Tim Rice through their charitable efforts for the Shine On! Foundation.
Carly has narrated over 100 books and has completely fallen in love with this medium.
From his many children’s theatre productions to one-person shows to brandishing swords in a production of Don Juan, Carlyle has explored a wide range of performance experience
Carol’s first taste of vocal glory was a very shaky solo with her high school choir.
Caroline began her professional career in BBC Local Radio and progressed to BBC television within a couple of years. Working as a presenter and reporter, she was trained by one of the BBC’s most eminent vocal coaches.
With a degree in Journalism from the University of Maryland, Caroline began her career in broadcasting and her credits include announcer, spokesperson, voice actor and narrator.
Caroline, a San Francisco native, studied theatre at the Weber Douglas Academy in London and holds an M.F.A. from the American Conservatory Theatre.
With almost 200 audiobooks under her belt, two Audie nominations and six Earphones Awards, Cassandra is a recording veteran.
Cassandra studied drama at Exeter University and the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London where she discovered her love for voice work.
Originally from Australia, Cat Gould has now settled in Southern Oregon where she completed her BFA in Performance with a Creative Writing Minor at SOU.
Catherine has produced national and international commercials and voice overs, as well as two documentary DVDs and a music CD. Recently, she added narration to her accomplishments.
Charles’ professional storytelling career began at the age of 13, when he became an Actor’s Equity Association apprentice. After training in Chicago and London, he went on to appear onstage in theaters across the country.
Charlie Kevin is sort of new to audiobooks but in a way, feels like he’s been doing it for his entire acting career.
Charlie won an Earphone Award for his narration of The Terranauts by best-selling author T. C. Boyle.
Chris has produced and narrated over 100 audiobooks and sometimes includes an interview with the author as part of the book.
Chris has had the pleasure of performing with a number of reputable theatre companies including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Arena Theatre in Hollywood and The Oregon Cabaret Theatre.
Chris’s first professional gig was at the New York Shakespeare Festival in a production of “Henry V,” starring Kevin Kline.
Chris is a two-time Audie Nominee and the winner of an Earphones award.
Chris has received three AudioFile Earphones Awards, and his recording of “Sent” by Margaret Peterson Haddix was selected as one of the Best Audiobooks of 2010 by AudioFile.
Christa is a classically trained actress and graduate from Boson University’s 4 year long conservatory actor training program and has been working at the microphone since 1995.
Christina is a multiple AudioFile Earphones Award winner and an Audie Award nominee. Her voice can be heard performing over 100 audiobooks, as well as in scores of commercials and video games.
Christine is a British-born audiobook narrator, voiceover performer and actor living in New York city. She has narrated a wide-ranging number of audiobooks over several years.
Christine mesmerized audiences as a lead actor for the world-renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival for 8 years, and she has also sung with the Rogue Opera.
Christopher narrated the Audie finalist 3000 Degrees by Sean Flynn (abridged) along with hundreds of books for commercial and government producers.
Claire is an accomplished British actress and voiceover artist with a reputation for clarity, wit and chameleon-like versatility.
Corey is a full-time audiobook narrator and voice talent from the great Pacific Northwest, working from his home studio in Olympia, Washington.
Craig is a classically trained actor with a passion for storytelling.
Crystal Sershen is an audiobook narrator, voiceover artist, and professional actress with an MA in classical theatre from NYU.
Dan delivers ear-catching narration from his home studio for clients around the globe.
Originally from Boston, Mass, USA, Dan Russell is a highly skilled Voice Actor / Voice Director and Musician.
Danny has recorded over 75 audio books and won Earphones Awards from AudioFile Magazine for Fiction, (The Painted Girls-Blackstone) as well as Non-Fiction (Clarence Darrow-Tantor).
Dara has narrated over 140 audiobooks and has been the voice of dozens of national Television& Radio Commercials.
David has performed at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Rep, Arena Stage and South Coast Rep.
For over 25 years, David has been delighting audiences and students alike in his various roles on stage, film, recordings and in the college classroom.
David received an AudioFile Earphones award for his very first effort, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay, a business book.
David has recorded over 50 audio books including books in the sci-fi, fantasy, mystery thriller, Noir, memoir and non-fiction genres
David is an LA actor and writer, with a little modeling on the side.
David has worked in film and TV for such directors as Steven Spielberg, Danny Boyle, and Joel Schumacher
Dawn’s many years as an actress enable her to bring a multitude of characters to life. She loves playing with accents and dialects and is excited each time her work requires her to learn more.
Dawn is a British actress and voice artist, who trained at Drama Centre London.
Praised by The New York Times for her performance in the feature film ‘Walkaway’, Deepti also stars in ‘Record/Play’ (a sci-fi love story) which was an official selection at SUNDANCE 2013.
Denice has a 25+ year background in theatre, film, and television.
Dennis was a 2016 Voice Arts Nominee for Best Narrator for Biography.
Derek has performed on stage for over 60 years and at home for even longer.
A degree in languages, travel worldwide on business and a facility with accents underpin skills that have seen Derek nominated for numerous awards for his audiobook work.
Derek’s story of talking for others began as a youngster, when his parents were often treated to short, dramatic presentations – usually involving Derek in a cape.
Diane is a native of Chicago, Illinois. Bitten early by the acting bug, she spent 18 years in Chicago’s professional non-Equity theatre scene, then switched careers to fiction writing and editing.
Dizzy was in TV Production for seventeen years, culminating with a stint on “Eastenders”! She then ran the South West division of the British Film Commission and finally broke into AudioBooks, Producing & Editing, twelve years ago.
In 2016 DJ was the live in-house announcer for the Grammy Salute To Music Legends telecast
Donna’s voice has been heard on hundreds of commercials and corporate narrations, and she is positively thrilled to expand into audiobooks.
Drew has lent his voice to various mediums including videos, documentaries and voiceover projects.
A professional actor / voice artist for over a decade, Eddie’s chief passion is Shakespeare, a subject in which he recently completed a post graduate certificate at the Shakespeare Institute -Stratford.
Elijah has been working professionally as an actor for over 15 years.
Elisa is a natural storyteller; for 20 years she’s delighted radio listeners with stories of her own life – now she can bring the same warm, friendly approach to YOUR story.
Elizabeth trained as an actor and director at Drew University, and holds a doctorate from the University of Illinois, with expertise in Shakespeare and Renaissance literature.
Elizabeth is a seasoned actor, director, dialect coach, theatre professor (teaching Acting and Voice) and voice actor with over 25 years of professional experience.
Em has narrated over 70 titles in her two years of living in L.A. and enjoys being a full-time voice actor.
In 2013 Emily was nominated for an Audie Award and received an Earphones Award from AudioFile magazine.
Emily’s performance credits began at age 7 when she appeared in her first professional stage production. She continued to work in professional theater as a child and into her young adult years.
Emily is an actor and writer living in Los Angeles. She’s narrated more than 140 audiobooks, half of which were USA Today or New York Times bestsellers, and has also worked in film, television, and theater.
Emily is a multiple award-winning audiobook narrator, voiceover artist, actor, singer, and dancer.
Famously the voice of London Underground, Emma has voiced over 250,000 commercials, and still has bags of energy and inventiveness for narrating books!
Emma has narrated over 65 audiobooks, featuring everything from Annie Oakley to Aliens.
Eric is a multiple Audiofile Earphones award-winning narrator of over 100 titles in multiple genres by dozens of best-selling authors.
Eric is a 2015 Audie Award Finalist for his narration as part of the epic sci-fi tale, “The Beam: Season 1.”
Erica is a professional actress of both stage and screen and holds her MFA from the Yale School Of Drama.
Erin trained at Boston University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Her voice can be heard in video games, animation, commercials, as well as radio plays for the BBC.
Eva is a NYC based and New York born actor and narrator, having voiced over 100 audiobooks.
Fajer Al-Kaisi is an actor for the stage and screen as well as an experienced voice over artist and audiobook narrator.
Hugely versatile, Fenella can bring anything from the driest technical material to historical dramas to horror stories to characterful life.
Fred has been involved in Radio, Television, Stage and audiobooks for over 30 years.
Gary has appeared on stage in a wide variety of roles from Shakespeare to Musical Comedy and was a member of Actor’s Alliance Inc., a resident theater company in New York City.
Gary is an up and coming Irish Audiobook narrator and Voice Actor. He has a true flair for accents and dialects and has lived all over the world including Japan, Ireland and Texas.
George was born in Bedfordshire and grew up in the rough and tumble surroundings of Catford, a suburb of South London.
Graham is a trained actor and voice artist, born and raised in Virginia, and now living and working in Brooklyn, New York City.
Graham has performed extensively in theatres throughout the US, Canada and the UK as well as London’s West End, where he has performed for the Queen and Prince Charles on at least four occasions.
Greg has been a broadcaster and journalist for many years and has presented news and current affairs programmes for BBC Scotland and a host of commercial radio stations.
Greg works as a jobbing actor, having performed in the last couple of years on stages from the West End, to Vienna, Pitlochry, Keswick and even sunny Ipswich.
Gregory is currently a regular on the Shakespeare Theatre Company stage in Washington DC.
A great lover of Dickens, Gregory has performed Dickens’s public readings for nearly 25 years making narration a natural fit.
Grover is a professional actor, director, teacher, producer and audiobook narrator.
Heather has brought her authentic, resonant voice and a full cast of characters (from Scots nanny to Fargo housewife) to hundreds of projects during her 20-year career in the performing arts.
A classically trained actor, (GSM&D), Helen has trodden the boards of many of Britain’s leading Repertory Theatres as well as The Old Vic, The National Theatre, at The Edinburgh Festival, The Roundhouse and in the West End.
Henry is a New York Times Best Selling Author, Executive CPC, and Public Speaker.
Hillary is a multiple Audie Finalist and Earphone Award winner and was twice named one of Audiofile’s Best Voices.
Holly has conservatory training, and her arts projects abroad support her skill with accents, dialects, and languages.
Deciding that acting was preferable to a life working as a mechanic, Ian trained as a ‘voice’ with Max Rowley in Sydney, Australia.
Originally from Northern Ireland, Jack is an experienced voice actor who has appeared in several plays for BBC Radio 4, as well as providing the voice of Charles Darwin for a series called Hunting the Beagle.
James has narrated over 200 fiction and non-fiction audiobooks.
James is a comic actor and writer based in Wales. When he’s not busy with the Cardiff Comedy Festival, he’s lending his voice to a multitude of animations, video games, tour guide apps on iOS & Android and documentaries
Half Scots, half English, and marginally eccentric, James/Cameron is first and foremost an actor.
James has worked continuously as a voice-over artist since the 1970’s, barring the week or so after trips to the dentist.
James is a full-time narrator with fast approaching 100 titles under his belt. He has been praised for his conversational delivery and ability to sound exactly like the voice you were imagining in your head.
James received classical training at Boston University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and has recorded more than 40 audiobooks across a variety of genres.
James has been a familiar voice across BBC television and radio for nearly a quarter of a century, working as an actor, continuity announcer, programme narrator and newsreader, even reading the shipping forecast.
James began his audiobook career at 12 years of age opposite Christopher Lloyd in the book-on-tape of The Pagemaster.
James trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and has been a professional actor for over 40 years, appearing on stage at the National Theatre and in the West End of London as well as in numerous repertory theatres across the country.
Jan is a London born actress trained at The Central School of Speech and Drama and has worked in the Theatre, TV , film and radio.
Jane has over 25 years’ experience in broadcasting and voiceovers. Working mainly in television, she has been a BBC newsreader, presenter and continuity announcer.
A classically trained actor and singer, Jane Jacobs’ focus on audiobook narration is a perfect fit, as there is no limit to the range characters she can portray.
Jane is a narrator, voiceover artist and actress with a BFA in Theater from Carnegie-Mellon University.
Jeff is a narrator/composer with over forty years of experience voicing educational and corporate scripts.
Jeffrey is a full-time SAG-AFTRA audiobook narrator and voice over artist.
Jeremy has been a professional actor and singer for over 25 years. His resume lists top regional theaters, off-Broadway, TV episodes, films, an online series, trade shows, many TV and radio commercials, and now audio books.
Jesse is a professional actor, filmmaker, and a passionate storyteller, living in Los Angeles. Recent television credits include Kroll Show (Comedy Central) and The League (FX).
Jessica is an award-winning professional actress with an MFA from Brown University / Trinity Rep.
Jo Anna is an accomplished actor, having performed in film, television and on stage in New York, Los Angeles, and regionally.
Joan has 30 years of experience as an actor, enjoying all aspects of work including audiobooks, commercials, radio drama, TV, theatre and film.
Texas born and raised along Route 66, Joe has been telling tales his entire life.
Joel is a storyteller of both stage and page. He holds an MA in Storytelling, BFA in Acting and a BA English.
Johanna is an Audie and Earphone Award Winning actress living in coastal Maine.
John has studied as an actor, improviser and writer, eventually graduating with a BA in Theater and English from Middlebury College
John is a full-time professional audiobook narrator and voice actor.
Johnny has recorded nearly 500 audiobooks garnering a host of awards. Audiofile Magazine named him one of the top voices of the 20th century.
Jon was a regular broadcaster on his local hospital and commercial radio stations in his youth and has now returned to voice work after straying off into the business world some years ago.
Jonathan grew up listening to one of the great 50kw AM radio stations in the Midwest – WCCO.
Josh has extensive audiobook experience as a director (Al Roker’s Storm of the Century), and as a narrator, including a Wall Street Journal Bestseller.
A narrator, director, and writer for audiobooks since 1999, Judith also coaches narrators and has taught performance and directed at leading Chicago universities.
A former child actor, Julia has appeared in numerous films and television shows, perhaps most notably in ABC’s critically acclaimed series “Once And Again.”
Julie loves working in front of the camera as well as behind the microphone.
AudioFile Magazine has described her narration as striking “just the right tone”.
Justine has won multiple awards for her narration, including a half-dozen Earphones and a coveted Audie amongst her more than 300 titles.
A highly skilled narrator with a warm, clear voice, Karen has many years of professional experience in the theatre, media and as an Audiobook narrator, having recorded over a hundred and fifty titles.
Karen has been narrating audio books since 1999. Included in Audiofile’s Best Voices 2010 and 2011, she’s also an Audie Finalist and has earned multiple Audiofile Earphones Awards.
Karyn is an Earphones Award-winning audiobook narrator and voice actor who has been performing for over 25 years on stage, on camera and in front of a microphone.
Kat relishes being on both the stage and in the studio, She has worked with Northern Broadsides, Imagine Theatre and many more; she also likes dangling from her aerial silks Winner of the Best Newcomer Narrator Award for Twisted 50.
Kate is a Los Angeles based audiobook narrator and voice-over artist who grew up in Boston.
From Shakespeare to hemorrhoids Kathleen McNenny has been using her voice to tell stories.
Kelly was born in Kent in England and has been using her voice to entertain and educate for more than 20 years.
A theater degree from the University of Southern California led Kelly to study and perform in LA, NYC and London, gracing the stage in both musicals and straight plays, as well as film and TV.
After spending 30 plus years behind a microphone in the broadcasting world, Kevin has finally found the career he has been looking for.
Literally born in front of a microphone (his parents owned radio stations), Kevin has narrated more than 250 audiobooks.
With over 30 years of media experience, Kevin has been using his voice to entertain, educate and inform.
Kevin has been around media, especially radio and publishing, for 30 years.
Kyle is a graduate of the University of Southern California and an AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator.
Kyle has voiced audiobooks, commercials, book trailers, industrial videos, and once was the in-store overhead voice for a bookstore in Wisconsin.
Lara was classically trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where she played everything from Humpty Dumpty to Lady Macduff.
Classically trained in England, Laura has acted on Broadway and regional theaters in the US.
Laura has narrated 100+ titles for major publishers and best selling authors.
Laurel can be seen in film and onstage, most recently in the world premiere of Good for Otto, by Tony Award winning playwright David Rabe.
A classically trained singer and professional voiceover actor, Leah is a multi-talented tour de force with an affinity for accents and a love of the written word.
Lesley was raised in England, and graduated with a Bachelor of Education Honors degree from Cambridge University.
Liam is an Irish born voice-artist with over 10 years experience working in every field of the voice industry.
Liisa (yes, 2 i’s, it’s Finnish) has narrated over 60 titles in the past 3 years in many different genres, with a focus on Comedic/Fiction/Romance and specialty dialects.
Lisa’s narration for Helen Ellis’s New York Times Bestselling book American Housewife was in the top 10 Audiobooks for 2016 by Book Riot.
Lisa loves bringing life to the written word and is thrilled that she gets to spend so much of her time telling a good story.
Liz is a BJTC qualified, award winning journalist and presenter currently working for the BBC at Media City.
Louise has been an actress for over 20 years and has enjoyed her Theatre and Voiceover work the most.
In addition to appearing on-camera in commercial and film work, Luci’s prolific voice career spans television, radio, industrial and e-learning, and she’s an internationally known anime and video game voice actor.
Lucinda has portrayed characters from a wide range of genres and feels a special affinity for the works of Shakespeare.
Lucy is an award winning British actress. Bitten hard by the acting bug whilst performing at the Edinburgh Festival as a teenager, she has performed on both sides of the US (and the Atlantic)
Malk has a natural feel for the rhythms of both narrative and verse, as well as a versatile and evocative voice, an excellent ear for accents and a knack for character voices
Margie got her start in radio over 20 years ago knowing that she had a knack for drawing in an audience with voice and imagery.
Marisa’s rich, husky voice has been a topic of conversation since before she was able to form complete sentences.
Mark has recorded over 500 books for commercial and government producers, including works by Hemingway, Dostoyevsky, and Dan Brown.
Mary Jane trained as an actress at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1998 and began the regular back and forth to LA in 2009
Mary Sarah has worked in stage and film for more than 15 years, most recently garnering a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her work as Sarah Helvey in “The Honour” (2013).
Matt is an Australian voice actor who works in voiceover with top global clients and brands in commercials, corporate/industrial and other media.
Matt trained at Drama Studio London. On stage he has played a wide range of roles, from Romeo to MI5 agents to Officer Crabtree in ‘Allo ‘Allo.
Matt’s work as a boom operator, as well as writing music scores for film and TV, combined with his talents as a stand-up comedian and teacher have given him the ability to provide entertaining, exciting and informative reads across all genres.
As a New York based actor, Matthew has had over 30 years professional experience working in theatre, film, television, and voice-over.
Matt is an experienced actor of both stage and microphone. He holds a B.F.A. in acting and has been telling stories professionally for more than a decade.
Highlights of Matthew’s career include Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre, West End, International tours and award winning TV and Film.
As a classically trained storyteller and commercial actor, Matt brings a passion to his work that can only come from firsthand experience and knowledge of adventure.
Matthew he has been heard on ESPN, ABC, Speed Channel, Logo, and inDemand. He is the radio voice of Twinings Tea and the voice of Sabra Dips.
Maxwell has been a working actor in Los Angeles since moving there in 2006. He has appeared on TV in guest roles in numerous shows such as The Office and Castle.
Some of Meaghan’s juiciest work of late has been voicing various characters on Seasons 2 and 3 of the critically acclaimed TV comedy Inside Amy Schumer.
Melanie started her performing arts training aged 5 in Cape Town, South Africa before moving to England where she has appeared as an actress, singer and dancer in theatre, TV and film for several decades.
Music, singing and performing arts have been always been a part of Melissa’s life. Some of her professional experiences have aligned with her love for creating, including advertising, speaking and hosting.
Melissa has voiced thousands of TV and radio commercials, more than a dozen audiobooks and countless e-learning training narrations.
Mia has narrated over 100 titles from her state of the art home studio.
Michael is a professional actor, narrator and musician who has recorded over 50 audiobooks.
Michael reads for work and pleasure. He is fortunate to enjoy what he does. His most gratifying reading was to his young children.
A proven track record in long narration and audiobooks in contemporary fiction, historical fiction, short stories and business, Michelle is never happier than when she is in flipflops and behind a mic.
Mikael has been performing as an actor and musician since childhood and has narrated nearly 80 titles, under his own and assumed names, in a variety of genres.
When Mike took a radio job in high school on a dare, he went from paper boy to radio announcer and hasn’t been the same since.
Mike has worked extensively with the English Shakespeare Company, including playing the title roles of Hamlet and Titus Andronicus.
Much of his life, Mike has made a living with his voice; as a salesman, an auctioneer, and now as an award-winning audio book narrator with over 200 titles published on audible.com.
Mirron has narrated close to 150 audio books across various literary genres. He has garnered an Audie Award as well as several Earphone Awards for Excellence.
Molly has enjoyed acting and singing on stage and teaching drama to young students, always using her voice to tell stories.
Morag has a good ear for accents and can voice a range ages, from a very young child upwards.
Nan has performed on stage, television, film, and behind the microphone in voiceover and now audiobooks for over twenty years.
Nancy won an AudioFile Earphones Award for Fragile, a mystery published by Random House and the first book she recorded.
If you’ve watched TV at all in the past ten years, you’ve definitely seen Natasha’s face many times in any number of wildly successful national, global and Super Bowl commercials.
Neil is a classically trained actor with an MFA from the Old Globe/University of San Diego program and has appeared on Off-Broadway and regional stages, as well as in film and television.
Nicholas, a native Englishman, has been a professional actor for some twenty years, regularly appearing in Britain’s top dramas, soaps and theatres.
Nick was once a comedy actor in London until he met and married his American wife. Now he is a comedy actor in New York.
Nick began acting in childhood, and has been working professionally for several years.
Nicol is a seasoned audiobook narrator and actor, with years of experience in both classical and contemporary theatre, as well as award winning independent film.
Along with his acclaimed narration of dozens of audiobooks, P.J. has been an actor since 1986.
Paige’s favorite performance experience was playing the icy-cold Duchess of York, the foolish Mayor and the glum teenaged Dorset – all in the same production of Shakespeare’s Richard III.
Pam has won both the Alexander Scourby Award from the Library of Congress, and Earphones Award from AudioFile Magazine.
Since starting audiobook narration in 2013, Patricia has voiced over 35 titles and loves her job as a full time storyteller.
Paul has voiced hundreds of radio and television commercials, has been the voice of video games and e-learning programs, and for the past several years has specialized in narrating audio books. .
Educated at Juilliard and having performed with orchestras internationally, Paul brings the sensitivity and nuance of a classical music background to the world of audio book narration.
Paul Michael is a six time AudioFile Earphones Award winner.
Paul has been a professional New York City actor, singer, musician, and writer for over 20 years.
Penny performed in the West End and played leading roles in National Tours of many Classical productions prior to finding her niche as a voiceover.
Peter has been a professional voiceover and actor for almost 40 years starting his career at the first independent radio station in the north of the UK, Piccadilly Radio.
Peter grew up all around New England and graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Peter studied music and drama at the University of Cape Town, and toured South Africa with a small repertory company, as well as working on radio, TV and film.
Peter enjoyed a spell on the BBC Radio Rep and has appeared in hundreds of radio plays, short stories, serials and poetry recordings. That all led to audio books of which he has now recorded more than three hundred.
A New Englander with a Ph.D. in English, Phil has recorded non-fiction and fiction audiobooks for major publishers as well as voice-overs for radio, video, and TV.
Philip built himself a home studio six years ago and now narrates books, documentaries, adverts and e-learning projects for clients around the world.
Roger is a Grammy nominated record producer and former record executive turned full-time voiceover actor.
Rachel fine-tuned her craft on Manhattan’s stages for ten years, doing theatre, sketch comedy and performance art before moving to Los Angeles and transitioning to voice over and audiobook narration.
Rachel began voiceover work while on tour in Hong Kong, dubbing live action shows and voicing many characters for cartoons.
Born in one of the unlikeliest of places – on the desk of the British High Commissioner in New Delhi, India – Ralph lives happily in whatever reality he finds himself.
Ray provides the voice for a major commercial campaign for Coke Zero as well as Top 10 iPhone app successes Death Rally, Trenches II, and Kick the Buddy
Raymond’s distinctive voice has been heard on TV commercials, video productions and audio books in fiction, non-fiction and self-help.
RC has performed Off-Broadway in NYC, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and many stages in between.
Reba lives and works in Los Angeles as an actor, jazz and musical theater singer, and a voice actor for animation, video games, commercials, and audiobooks.
Rebecca is a classically trained actor who has 14 years of experience on stage, on screen and in voice overs.
Rebecca is a member of the Acting Company at Tony-Award-Winning Trinity Rep, and has worked at theaters nationwide.
Rebecca has been recording audiobooks since 2003, narrating a wide variety of genres from science fiction to Nancy Drew.
Rex can be seen/heard in TV, radio, commercials, animations, video games, theatre, improv and film.
With Rhett’s life experiences and travels, he’s the narrator who makes the “Six Degrees of Separation” closer than you think.
Rich relishes the opportunity that Audiobooks give him to realise characters and bring any text to life with his warm, natural tones.
Richard played over 25 distinct characters in his nationally award-nominated radio comedy series.
Bob received the Silver Microphone award for writing, voicing and producing, as well as the MAB Award for Creative Excellence for the Radio/Commercial Small Market.
Combining a love of story with his on-air radio work after college made Audio Book Narration a natural next step in Robert’s life’s journey.
Roberto has been acting for fifteen years and has lent his unique and versatile sound to close to one hundred audio productions.
AudioFile Magazine said that Robin’s narration of Life Interrupted by Priscilla Shirer, “elevates it into the realm of memorable inspiration.”
Robin got her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin in Speech, with an emphasis on “The Oral Interpretation of Literature”…storytelling.
Rodney is an NFAA Young Arts Award Winner, and won the NAACP Theater Award for Best Supporting Actor in Gem of the Ocean in 2009.
As well as narrating many fiction and non-fiction audiobook titles, Roger worked for 15 years as a voice-over artist and actor for corporate clients including BP, Halifax and Coca-Cola
Romy is an NYC based actor and voice over artist and has narrated over 100 Audiobooks with numerous rave reviews in AudioFile magazine, Library Journal and Audible.
Ron Butler is an LA-based actor and voice artist with over a hundred film and television credits (playing everything from brooding doctors to screwball hipsters).
Rosemary has performed onstage in theaters, casinos, private clubs, cabarets, and world-class venues (favorite: The Borgia Castle in Nepi)
Ruth was raised in Scotland with English parents, so her forte is character work and she has an excellent ear for accents.
Sadie is a classically trained actress whom fans of the Emmy Award winning series Mad Men may recognize as the sassy secretary, Scarlett.
Sally was born in Scotland and has been escaping into books (and recording them for RNIB) for enjoyment for many years of her life.
Sam went full time into professional voice over work in 2014 having done lots of work in front of the microphone during his acting years.
Sam has been a broadcast professional for over 20 years, with a welcoming and broad UK English accent that has been used by Facebook, Marks and Spencers and British Petroleum for Marketing and staff training.
A classically trained professional actor on the regional stage for…decades…Sara strives to inhabit her characters so that the author’s intent is crystal clear.
Sarah loves her voiceover work in video games where she gets to inhabit so many colorful characters and character voices.
Saskia switches seamlessly between accents, and can often be heard speaking in British, Australian, New Zealand and various European accents, in addition to her native American accent.
Sean is a multitalented actor and an AudioFile Earphones Award–winning narrator who has recorded audiobooks in almost every genre, from science fiction to romance.
Sean has narrated over twenty five audiobooks and provides voice talent to several indie animation projects.
Serena trained as a BBC radio journalist before moving to Berlin, where she worked solidly for the next 20 years as a TV news presenter and narrator for international TV and radio broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
Simon’s recorded word as a storyteller has been awarded both Silver and Gold from Parent’s Choice and has been given awards from Storytelling World.
After receiving a drama degree from UC Irvine, Stephanie jumped right into acting in New York’s off-Broadway theater scene & the Upright Citizens Brigade, while studying with Marla Kirban for voiceover.
Originally from Georgia, but now in Los Angeles, Stephanie is living out her dream of working as a professional actress.
Stephen’s career moved from commercial radio into television and film production as a writer, editor, and director with voice work ever present.
Stephen is an actor, producer, and award winning voice over artist and his work in Audiobooks has fans saying he’s “…even better than reading the story.”
Steve loves creating vivid characterizations and has developed multiple dialects, while continually adding more.
Steve comes to audio books with over twenty years in professional theatre.
With classical acting training and decades of stage experience, Steve has distinguished himself as a facile creator of multiple distinct characters for dozens of books, winning him abundant praise from every author who has invited him to narrate.
Steven has been telling stories his whole life; professionally, since 1991.
As a voice actor, Steve has been the ‘guy next door’ voice for numerous national radio and television campaigns, including Proactive, Arbys, Countywide, Shaklee and Lexus.
Steve has performed in dozens of community theatre productions in both leading and supporting roles throughout the Charlotte, NC and Knoxville, TN areas where his melodious voice is much in demand.
Susannah has a distinctive and warm British voice. A classical soloist in opera, music theater, recitals and contemporary music, she has sung all over Europe, living in Paris, Vienna and London.
Susie now plays regular character Tracy Horrobin in The Archers and her vocal dexterity has lead to her twice being a member of the prestigious BBC Radio Drama Company.
Suzanne is a narrator, actress and self-described geek. She’s appeared on“Californication” and performed leading roles in Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband” and Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus.”
Suzy has been doing voiceover since she was a teenager and is really enjoying the world of audiobooks, having voiced over 25 in the past two years.
As a singer, actor, choral and stage director, jingle and voiceover artist, instructor and audiobook narrator, Tamara has been exceedingly fortunate and is grateful to have worked in the arts all her life.
Audiofile Magazine has said that “Listening to Tanya Eby is like listening to a full-cast production. Her interpretation lends all characters distinctive and convincing voices.”
Tara has recorded over 100 audiobooks, and has received several Earphones Awards from AudioFile magazine.
A nine-time Audie nominee and the recipient of 17 Earphones Awards, producer, narrator, and writer Tavia Gilbert has narrated more than 450 multi-cast and single-voice audiobooks.
“Teri Clark Linden is as good a Voice-Over Talent as they come. Do anything you can do to keep her out of LA. The Voice-Over women here are already depressed.” – Pat Fraley
Teri enjoys working full time as a voice, on-camera and stage actor, and has narrated over 50 audiobooks.
Thomas started acting at a young age, starring in over a dozen plays before he turned 18 and winning several accolades including the Memphis Theater Award for excellence in acting.
Essentially a British RP actor-narrator, Tim was originally born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East of England (native Geordie), but spent most of his life (when not on tour!) in London.
Tim is a classically trained actor, narrator and opera singer living in the Los Angeles area
To date, Tim has 10 Audiofile Earphone Awards under his belt, with also 4 Audie nominations, and 3 Society of Voice Arts and Sciences Awards nominations.
With a background in music and education, Tim brings together his enjoyment of performance, technology and teaching into his narrations, while teaching graduate courses in media and technology and part-time music classes at a local charter school.
Tom is a uniquely international voice artist. Now living in Los Angeles, but having grown up in Australia and England, as well as being a musician, has given him an ear for accents and characters.
Hailing from Glasgow before moving south, Tom’s 25 years in the film industry have seen him involved in just about every aspect spanning both sides of the lens from distribution and production to his first love acting.
Tom’s versatile sound that has seen him voicing Roman villagers for an Xbox game, as well as a British Commander and an Irish Lieutenant for the History Channel.
Reviewers have described Tom’s performances as “conversational,” “energetic,” “earnest,” “sincere,” and as having a certain “gravity.”
In addition to producing and narrating more than 60 audiobooks, like the Audie-nominated “When Google Met Wikileaks” by Julian Assange, Tom has scored dozens of audiobooks,
Traci studied at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts and revels in bringing authors’ worlds to life.
Tristan originally hails from Seattle Washington and currently lives in New York City where he runs a theatre company named BABEL with his wife Julie
In Jonathan’s 25 seasons at OSF he has performed in myriad roles such as Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dad in Distracted, Philippe Petit in UP, and Irvin in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
Ulf left his home country of Sweden at the age of 25, and has spent his life telling stories ever since.
Vanessa is a film & theater actress and voice over artist who graduated from Carnegie Mellon and later trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, which brings a richness to her narration and character work.
Wes is a long-time voice-over narrator and character voice actor. He has narrated numerous audiobooks, some from Pulitzer Prize authors.
Will has acted Off-Broadway and in regional theater throughout New York and Virginia, including a two-year run portraying Revolutionary War heroes at Colonial Williamsburg.
William is a native British-English speaker, born in Dover, Kent and has enjoyed using his voice on stage for over ten years.
After years of working with the top voiceover artists at a major television network, William discovered his calling and stepped into the booth to work the microphone himself.
A broadly experienced actor and voice artiste, William is a frequent reader of American works on BBC Radio and for various audio publishers.
Xe is an AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award winner known for her authentic characterizations and intimate delivery.
Zehra Jane is a native Australian, Anglo/Indian actress, singer and voice artist.