Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ali Ahn splits her time between New York and Los Angeles, working in theater, television, and film.
Jessica Almasy is an award-winning actress, theater teacher, and audiobook narrator. She has recorded over 80 titles.
Bianca Amato has recorded more than 60 audiobooks. She is a two-time Audie Award winner and is the recipient of multiple Earphones awards.
David Aaron Baker is an award-winning narrator of many audiobooks. His career also includes a wide variety of roles in film, television, and theater.
Award-winning narrator Kate Baldwin has starred on and Off-Broadway in such productions as Hello Dolly, Big Fish and Giant.
Edoardo Ballerini was awarded the 2013 Audie Award for Best Solo Narration (Male) for his performance of Jess Walter’s Beautiful Ruins.
Firdous Bamji has played leading roles in productions of works by playwrights such as Tom Stoppard, Tony Kushner, Eric Bogosian, and Rebecca Gilman.
Nicola Barber’s voice can be heard on television and radio commercials, popular video games such as World of Warcraft, and even in talking toys.
Mia Barron has recorded over 50 audiobooks while winning the AudioFile Earphones award and the Publishers Weekly “Listen Up” Award.
Susan Bennett is an Audie Award nominee and an Earphones Award–winning narrator who has recorded scores of audiobooks across many genres.
Cherise Boothe, a 2012 Obie Award winner for her performance in Kirsten Greenidge’s play Milk Like Sugar, has narrated over 40 audiobooks.
Rachel Botchan, a prolific audiobook narrator, was a long-time company member of the Drama Desk and Obie Award–winning Pearl Theatre Company.
Steven Boyer is an American stage and television actor. He is best known for the role of Jason/Tyrone in Hand to God on and Off-Broadway.
Pete Bradbury has appeared extensively both on and Off-Broadway and at regional theaters throughout the country.
As far back as she can remember, Alyssa Bresnahan—dynamic dancer, actor, and narrator—has been involved in performing, both in the US and Europe.
Actor, screenwriter and audiobook narrator Scott Brick definitely gives new meaning to a hyphenate career with credits in film, television, stage and radio.
Maria Cabezas graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in drama. She is proud to have narrated Michelle Knight’s memoir Finding Me.
Barbara Caruso is an accomplished actress and critically acclaimed audiobook narrator. She has more than 100 Recorded Books narrations to her credit.
David Chandler has appeared on Broadway in Lost in Yonkers, Death of a Salesman, and American Clock. He also boasts film and television credits.
Karen Chilton is a New York–based actor/playwright and award-winning narrator whose work has been seen off-Broadway, on TV and in independent films.
Celeste Ciulla (choo-la) is a Sicilian, German, Welsh, Ojibwa, native New Yorker who has recorded over 50 titles with Recorded Books.
Amanda Leigh Cobb is a Broadway actress, teacher, and producer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry.
David Colacci has worked as an actor and director at major theaters coast to coast. He was won numerous awards for his narrations.
Steven Crossley has made an enchanted journey from sitting in front of his family’s radio to sitting behind a microphone at Recorded Books.
After graduating from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, John Curless began his career in London and at various regional theaters in England.
Cynthia Darlow is a veteran of many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, including Prelude to a Kiss, Grease, and The Cider House Rules.
Ramón de Ocampo has narrated more than 100 audiobooks, including the bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid YA/children's series.
Since 1986, when his recording career began at Recorded Books, Norman Dietz has worked with singular success as an audiobook narrator.
William Dufris began his audio career doing radio plays, audiobooks, film/animation dubbing, and language tapes in London, where he lived for 13 years.
British-born Gideon Emery began his acting career in South Africa, where he won the national Vita Award for Comedy.
Nearly a dozen of James Patterson's Alex Cross thrillers feature Peter Jay Fernandez as the voice of Patterson's crime-solving detective turned FBI agent.
Richard Ferrone is a former lawyer who became an actor in the 1970s. He has appeared on and Off-Broadway and in theaters across the country.
Anne Flosnik has lead credits in stage, television, commercials and voiceovers, as well as hundreds of audiobooks in many genres.
Kate Forbes is a professionally trained actor who has appeared on Broadway, in regional theaters, and with a renowned touring company.
Eliza Foss has recorded over 100 audiobooks and has received numerous Earphones awards. She is a New York–based actor and narrator.
Jim Frangione is the narrator for J. R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series and Spencer Quinn’s Chet and Bernie mysteries.
Kevin R. Free earned a bachelor of arts degree from Duke University and has appeared on stages across the country.
Andrea Gallo is a three-time AudioFile Earphones Award winner for audiobook narration and has worked extensively on stage and screen.
People ask L.J. Ganser about audiobooks: “How long does it take you to record one of those things?” And he always answers, “That depends.”
You may recognize Jack Garrett’s warm voice immediately from his work in commercials and as an announcer on several radio stations.
Julia Gibson received an MFA from NYU. She has appeared on Broadway and other major stages in NYC as well as regional theaters across the country.
Tavia Gilbert is a six-time Audie nominee and multiple Earphones and Parents’ Choice Award–winning producer, narrator, and writer.
Best known for his roles in The Ant Bully, Blue’s Clues, and Blue’s Room, Jared Goldsmith has experience in theater, film, television and audiobook recording.
A critically acclaimed actor and narrator, Dion Graham has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, internationally, in films, and in television series.
A veteran audiobook narrator, Adam Grupper has recorded more than 80 titles and has garnered honors from AudioFile and Publishers Weekly.
Widely recognized as the world’s most acclaimed narrator of audiobooks, George Guidall has brought a consistent artistry to his readings.
Graham Halstead is a professionally trained actor and voice artist, born and raised in Virginia and now living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
Paul Hecht made his acting debut as the Player in the Tony nominated Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead back in 1968.
Johnny Heller is an award-winning actor and teacher with over 25 years of experience in the industry in voiceover, stage, television, and stand-up comedy.
Narrator Jonathan Hogan has appeared on and Off-Broadway, in regional theater, and in films and on television.
Brian Hutchison has recorded 75 audiobooks and counting, in genres including Western, romance, sci-fi, thriller, young adult, and nonfiction.
Born and raised in Oakland, California, Jennifer Ikeda received a BFA in drama from the Juilliard School and is an actress working in New York City.
Suzy Jackson is an actress and voiceover artist whose voice has been heard on numerous audiobooks, commercials, video games, and cartoons.
Brian d’Arcy James is an award-winning theater, film, and television actor as well as a recording artist. He is also a three-time Tony nominee.
Martin Jarvis’ prolific audio career runs parallel to his work for screen, theater and radio.
Narrator James Jenner is an Audie Award finalist and the recipient of AudioFile Earphones Awards for Boone and The Rabbit Factory.
Eva Kaminsky is a New York–born and New York City–based actor and narrator. An Audie nominee, she has recorded over 150 audiobooks.
Katherine Kellgren has recorded over 250 audiobooks. She is a multiple winner of the Audie Award and is on AudioFile's list of golden voices.
Ezra Knight began his professional career with the Living Stage Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., where he was an eight-year company member.
Saskia Maarleveld lives in New York City, working full time in the voiceover world. Saskia is able to switch seamlessly among accents and dialects.
Madeleine Maby has passed 100 audiobook narrations and is looking forward to the next 100.
With occupations ranging from London policeman to waterski instructor on the Greek island of Corfu, Robert’s performance career has been multifaceted.
Barbara McCulloh has voiced hundreds of audiobooks and starred on Broadway in The King and I, in Peter Pan, and in numerous Off-Broadway productions.
John McDonough is an actor and narrator who has performed with many orchestras and chamber music festivals, including the Norfolk (Yale) Festival.
Todd McLaren is a multiple Audie Award nominee who started his entertainment career in radio, where he broadcast daily for more than 20 years.
Robin Miles is an AudioFile Golden Voice, Booklist Voice of Choice, and Audie and Earphones Award–winning performer.
Carol Monda is a veteran stage, film, and voiceover performer and an Audie Award winner. Monda is featured in the film Out of Season.
Christina Moore was a member of the acting company at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., where she performed in more than 30 productions.
Elizabeth Morton, an actor and writer, is a native of Louisville, Kentucky and a graduate of that city's Youth Performing Arts School.
Frank Muller earned critical acclaim as a superstar of audio. His narration of Pat Conroy’s Beach Music won an Audie Award.
Soneela Nankani is a classically trained, New York–based actress. Soneela is also an accomplished film and television actress.
Among other roles, Stina Nielsen has been seen on Broadway and in London’s West End in The Judas Kiss with Liam Neeson.
Andy Paris has made a career of developing works for the stage and screen. He is also the recipient of two Audie Awards for his audiobook narrations.
Johanna Parker is an award–winning actress best known in the audiobook world for her narrations of Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampire series.
The voice of over 200 audiobooks, Thérèse Plummer is an actor and award-winning audiobook narrator living and working in New York City.
Richard Poe has been a professional actor since 1970, when he left the army and was drafted into the chorus of William Ball’s production of Oedipus Rex.
Davina Porter has over 20 years’ of narrating experience. Her talent for dialects and accents has won the praise of critics and listeners alike.
Sean Pratt has been a working professional actor in theatre, film, TV and voice-overs for over 30 years, and he has been an audiobook narrator for 19 years.
Simon Prebble, a British-born performer of considerable talent and experience, has built a successful career that spans the Atlantic.
Tim Gerard Reynolds is the recipient of four AudioFile Earphones Awards, and he has recorded titles ranging from biography to romance.
Barbara Rosenblat's extraordinary range of accents and abilities has earned her eight coveted Audie Awards from the Audio Publishers Association.
Jonathan Todd Ross can be seen and heard in numerous commercials and audiobooks, including Swindle by Gordon Korman.
Graham Rowat is a New York–based actor who has appeared in the Broadway revival of Sunset Boulevard starring Glenn Close.
Chris Sorensen has recorded over two hundred audiobooks and has received four AudioFile Earphones Awards for his work.
Tom Stechschulte has appeared in Broadway shows and Off-Broadway plays, including A Piece of My Heart at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
Jenny Sterlin is a critically acclaimed British actress who trained at the Birmingham Theatre School in England before starting her professional career.
Myra Lucretia Taylor’s film credits include Michael Showalter’s The Big Sick, Onur Tukel’s Catfight, and James Lapine’s Custody.
Suzanne Toren has appeared on and Off-Broadway, and in regional theaters, in works by well-known playwrights, from Shakespeare to Neil Simon.
Mark Turetsky has narrated award-winning audiobooks, commercials for radio and TV, website presentations, video games, and cartoons.
Simon Vance is the acclaimed narrator of over 700 audiobooks, winner of 53 AudioFile Earphones Awards, and a 12-time Audie Award recipient.
With over 200 titles recorded, Adam Verner is the recipient of AudioFile Earphones awards and three nominations for the Voice Arts Awards.
Jeff Woodman is a nine-time Audie Award finalist and a 2007 winner. His 400+ audiobooks have also earned him 20 Golden Earphones Awards.
Nancy Wu has narrated all of the books in MaryJanice Davidson's Undead—Betsy series. An accomplished actor, Wu has appeared in films and on TV.
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