Kimberly Farr has appeared on Broadway, at the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Roundabout Theatre, Playwright’s Horizons, and the American Place. She created the role of “Eve” in Arthur Miller’s first and only musical, Up From Paradise, which was directed by the author. She appeared with Vanessa Redgrave in the Broadway production of The Lady From the Sea. Her career as Audiobook reader includes more than 40 titles for different publishers. 2 Audiofile Earphones awards
Tonya Campos started her radio career at the age of 14 in Visalia, California. She came to Los Angeles in 1987 and continues to work in radio as a Program Director. Tonya has done extensive voice work throughout her career including national commercials, voicing shows for the internet and narrating many instructional service videos for major companies. In addition to her radio career and voice work, Tonya is a signed artist and has sold many of her original pieces.
CJ Critt, the original voice of Stephanie Plum, America's favorite Bounty Hunter, for NY Times #1 Best selling author, Janet Evanovich, is an Audie nominated, multiple Earphones Award winner, with 160 plus, audio titles notched on her resume belt. Her decades long career includes appearances on Broadway, Regional Theaters and the National Poetry Slam, and she enjoys a creative life as a workshop leader, produced playwright, voice and writing coach and staff writer at Radio Disney.
Karen Rose Richter brought her love of books, music and theatre to her early elementary students for 30 years. She now performs for larger audiences, having narrated well over 75 children’s stories and a Gothic novel. Theatrical productions run the gamut from Americana (Our Town and Little Women) to Greek tragedy (Medea). Recently she appeared in the documentary “Becoming Henry”.
Janet was the voice of Lifetime’s Billboards for years, AMC’s, Nicole: Kidman: An American Cinematheque Tribute, and E! Network’s show, Hollywood and Divine: Beauty Secrets Revealed. She also brought twenty‐nine colorful characters to life in her children’s story, Fifi of Fifth Avenue, for GiGi Audiobooks and VO clients have included ABC, HBO, and NBC, to name a few. A New York trained actor, Janet played Molly in, Line, the longest running Off‐Off Broadway play, at 13th Street Repertory Theatre and performed an Improv show in NYC comedy clubs after studying with Paul Sills, the co‐founder of Chicago’s Second City.
Zoe Walrond has worked as a broadcast news anchor and reporter on both television and radio in Los Angeles, Kansas City and Denver. She’s performed in repertory theater in L.A., and been cast in television and radio commercials. In her spare time she attempts to paint abstract canvasses, talent be damned.
Raised in a family of storytellers and athletes, Michelle is a graduate of MIZZOU, where she played Varsity Golf while earning her BA in Theater. From commercials to TV and film, she’s been a working actress in New York and Los Angeles, and is presently developing a screen adaptation of her YA novel Tassel Moss—a kick-butt, girl- power adventure.
Sydell Weiner trained professionally at Yale School of Drama and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She earned a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from New York University and was Chair of the Department of Theatre Arts at Cal State Dominguez Hills. She's a Marriage and Family Therapist with a private practice in Torrance, California.
Beverly Oliver studied and worked in broadcast announcing and radio production at radio station WHUR-FM in Washington, DC before coming to California in 2003. She has worked as a public affairs reporter and DJ for pop music and gospel radio stations.
Joanna Lipari is a graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse where she studied acting with famed teacher, Sanford Meisner. Additionally, Joanna has a doctorate in clinical psychology, taught at both Pepperdine University and UCLA, is a psychological consultant for CNN and has written extensively on psychological topics for national magazines. As an actor, Joanna loves theatre, has worked extensively in television and is known for her voice work on the Star Trek films and tv series, where she happily invents alien languages, improvises technology talk and gives voice to spacecraft computers.
Karen Huie, New York native, long time Californian most recently played Auntie Lindo in “The Joy Luck Club”, Madam Armfeldt in “A Little Night Music”, Ouiser in “Steel Magnolias” and Dr. Lee in “Washer Dryer” at East West Players and Mrs. Sau in “Red Flamboyant” in New York. Languages, accents and characters are her daily bread in about a thousand film and television shows, which vocally move her from babies to old age, Every race and Women to Men.
Inger Tudor is an actress, director and former litigation attorney. A graduate of both Harvard College and Harvard Law School, Inger also studied classical theatre at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. She currently resides in Los Angeles and has performed as an actress
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.
Jodi has been acting since she took on the starring role of a yellow daisy in a kindergarten play. Since then, she has worked as a standup comic, and stage, TV, commercial, and voice over actress. Jodi is a native Californian (yes, she loves the beach and does indeed surf), amateur chef, knitting pro, tap dancer, trained singer (3 1⁄2 octaves), dog lover, and bookworm.