George Guidall


Widely recognized as the world’s most acclaimed and most prolific narrator of audiobooks, George Guidall has brought a consistent artistry to his readings and has delighted listeners for decades. His narrations of classics like Crime and PunishmentFrankensteinThe IliadDon Quixote, and Les Miserables, along with many popular bestsellers, have set a standard for excellence recognized throughout the audiobook industry. His recordings have garnered uniformly excellent reviews from AudioFileKliattLibrary JournalPublishers Weekly, the New York Times, and a variety of national newspapers and magazines. He has also received several Audie Awards—the industry’s equivalent of an Oscar—and holds the record for receiving the most Earphones Awards for excellence in narration given by AudioFile magazine, which has named him one of the original “Golden Voices” in the audiobook industry. He was recently honored by the Audio Publishers Association with a lifetime achievement award for his record of more than 1,200 unabridged narrations.

Along with his award-winning work as an audiobook narrator, Guidall has also enjoyed a career in the theater, including starring roles on Broadway in such plays as Chapter TwoCafe CrownAlone Together, and Cold Storage. He has received an Obie Award for best performance Off-Broadway, and he has shared the stage at the New York Shakespeare Festival with Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman, and Meryl Streep. In addition to TV dramas such as Law & Order, he has appeared on most of the daytime television series.

 

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