Tim Gerard Reynolds was trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre for Theatre and Drama Studies, Trinity College Dublin, and at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, New London CT. His theatre work has taken him from the Abbey Theatre Dublin, to the London Fringe; the Official Avignon Theatre Festival; Regional US theater, and on and off Broadway. To date, he is the recipient of four Audiofile Earphone Awards, and one Audie Nomination, and has recorded numerous titles for Audible, Simon & Schuster, Recorded Books, Random House, and Podium Publishing, ranging from biography to romance; from thrillers to classics, and contemporary literature.
Some of his recent audiobook narrations include Shadow and Flame, the fourth and final novel in the epic Ascendant Kingdoms Saga by Gail Z. Martin; the conclusion to the Red Rising Trilogy, Morning Star by Pierce Brown; and Age of Myth by Michael J. Sullivan, an original five-book series from one of fantasy's finest next-generation storytellers. Tim Gerard Renolds is also narrating The Wheel of Osheim by Mark Lawrence, the thrilling conclusion to (Photo credit: Michael Winslow) the Red Queen's War releasing in August.
Tim lives in NYC with his wife and two rabbits. He likes to paint, and write poetry, when he’s not bumbling through the great American Backcountry.
10 Q&A's with Tim Gerard Reynolds:
Recorded Books: When did you narrate your first audiobook?
Tim Gerard Reynolds: 2006
RB: Do you have any superstitions?
TGR: No [knock on wood]
RB: Favorite type of character/accent to narrate?
TGR: I love baddies. And I’m kinda addicted, like, to British accents.
RB: What was your last/favorite non-audiobook gig?
TGR: Off-track betting clerk.
RB: What was the first audiobook you narrated?
TGR: Fiona’s Luck, by Teresa Bateman. A kid’s picture book.
RB: Who is your celebrity crush?
TGR: Jennifer Lawrence, J-Law, of course!
RB: Favorite TV/stage/film role?
TGR: None that I’ve done. Richard III would be nice.
RB: What is your favorite book/TV show/movie?
TGR: Book: Memoirs of Hadrian, by Marguerite Yourcenar, TV: The Wire, Film: Red Beard, written & directed by Akira Kurosawa
RB: List five adjectives to describe yourself.
RB: What is your life motto?
TGR: “A monk once asked Joshu, 'Does a dog have Buddha Nature, or not?' Joshu replied 'Mu!’”
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