Cyndi Shope is an Earphones Award winning narrator who brings passion and total commitment to her work. Cyndi utilizes her years of acting on stage, film and sketch comedy shows to create authentic characters and narration. She is a huge fan of audiobooks herself and feels a deep responsibility to this work. Cyndi has narrated books for Harper Audio and Audible, Inc.
Rebekah Tripp is a transplant from the suburbs of Chicago. She received her BFA at Illinois State University. Since making the move to L.A., Rebekah has improved at IO West and UCB as well as made a few appearances on the Oxygen and TLC networks in 'Girls Behaving Badly' & 'I didn't know I was pregnant'. Rebekah has found a home at the Antaeus Theatre Company and has appeared onstage in several productions including; Cousin Bette, Peace in Our Time, and MacBeth.
Leaha moved from New York City to Los Angeles six years ago. She works here as an independent film and theatre actor, writer, musician, and voice actor. She also teaches yoga, specializing in neuroplasticity and nervous system function.
Amy Rubinate has won multiple AudioFile Earphones Awards and narrated over 150 books. Her audiobooks have been selected as Booklist Top 10 Historical Fiction and Booklist Editor's Choice Media. She has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle and reviewed in the New York Times and Publishers Weekly. A voice actor and singer for over a decade, Amy has voiced many interactive children's books, toys and video games, and performed cabaret in New York and San Francisco.
Brigid Ryan hails from Pittsburgh, PA and has a BFA in acting from Carnegie Mellon University. She has done regional theater,commercials, TV and Film. Her most recent role is as Deb on Comedy Central's,Kroll show. She lives in Los Angeles.
Marlon Braccia’s audiobook talent is two-fold. As an avid fan of 1930’s and 1940’s films, she’s got a flair for the style of strong, dramatic, female characters. Alternatively in her non-ficiton work and as a bona fide yogi (a.k.a. Yogi Marlon), her expertise on ancient Vedic texts, Eastern philosophy and esoteric studies in such fields as astrology, palmistry and tarot, inform her narration with spiritual insight, intuition and a deep sense of self-inquiry. When crossing between the two into biography, Marlon is passionate about the vitality and greatness of lives, to whom we may aspire. Historically, she has self-produced and appeared as sole on-camera host in 25 how-to cooking videos and 50 TV episodes of Yoga Time, which have now sold over 1.6 million copies. She continues to produce and appear on camera regularly, while she pursues animation, game and commerical projects.
Since graduating from the USC with degrees in Theatre and German, Khai has performed on stages and screens from Los Angeles, California to Berlin, Germany. Growing up with an author for a father also stoked a great passion for reading and writing as well as performing. She's written two webseries, an award-winning short film, and 4 plays produced both in LA and NYC. She has found narrating audiobooks to be a fantastic blend of her love of literature and performing. In any form of the art, she is thrilled and grateful that she gets to spend her days telling stories.