As an audiobook narrator, Kirby has received a number of Audio File Magazine’s Earphone awards for excellence in narration. He has narrated such titles as: “Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist” by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, “Black Swan Green” by David Mitchell, “Breathers” by S.G. Browne, and “The Genius” by Jesse Kellerman. He is also a co-founder and director of the celebrated LA-based improv comedy group The Society.
Jesse Bernstein is an award-winning actor and storyteller for over 15 years. In 2009 he received Best Actor at the Santa Fe International Film Festival for his role in the feature film Yeardley and has received two AudioFile Earphone awards for his narration of the The Lightning Thief audiobook series. Since 2004, Jesse has been a proud member of SAG Bookpals-a volunteer organization, which allows actors the opportunity to read stories to underprivileged children in the community.
Josh has been a professional actor in Los Angeles since 1999, appearing in such films as CBGB, Sex Drive, The Hottest State, and Feast. He has also worked extensively in TV with recurring roles on Desperate Housewives, CSI Miami, NYPD Blue and 90210. His Los Angeles theater credits include: Women and Wallace, The Autumn Garden and Juno and the Paycock.
Most well known for his complex role as the closeted and tormented bully Dave Karofsky on the TV series, "Glee," Max Adler was born in Queens, New York and spent his formative years in Scottsdale, Arizona. In high school, he was constantly involved with school musicals, community theater, and his school's top show choir. After moving to Los Angeles immediately upon graduating high school, Adler worked on several different well known series including "Cold Case" and "Ghost Whisperer," as well as landing lead roles in several indie films that went on to great success such as the Vietnam war drama / love story "Love and Honor." He then landed his big break as the homosexual bully Karofsky on the critically acclaimed series "Glee."
Maxwell Glick has been seen and heard in various genres from TV to Audiobooks to hit Internet shows. He has narrated over 50 audiobooks to date and can be seen on the Emmy Award winning show, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and has also appeared on numerous tv shows such as The Office, Castle, and The Mentalist.
Tim Campbell is a classically trained narrator, voice over and stage actor, and opera singer living in the Los Angeles area. He has narrated over 90 titles for Audible, including the bestselling "Joe Dillard" series by Scott Pratt, the "Heart of a Duke" series by Christi Caldwell, and the "Dragonblade" series, by Kathryn Le Veque. He speaks several languages, has a minor in the classics, and has three degrees in music and theater. He lived and trained in both London and Germany, narrates proficiently as both an American and a Brit, and does over 25 accents and dialects from around the world.
Robert G Davis is a native of Massachusetts and 17 year transplant to the west coast. He is active in live theatre in the greater Los Angeles area and a lover of the written and spoken word. His interests beyond the stage and recording booth include Reiki energetic healing and various environmental causes.
Nick Thurston grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and now lives and works in Los Angeles. Since graduating from the University of Southern California (BFA, 2010), he has appeared in many television shows and movies, and founded a thriving non-profit theater company. He is an avid climber and mountaineer, and the proud father of a New Caledonian Crested Gecko named Luna.
Matt got his start as a singer and multi-instrument musician (band nerd) before shifting gears to acting and receiving a degree in musical theater from the University of Northern Colorado. He has performed in theater productions all over the country, and on-camera in "Mozart in the Jungle" as well as various commercials, notably as the spokesman for Expedia's "Interns" campaign. Voiceover work includes clients like McDonald's, Wendy's, UNICEF, PBS, Disney, and Scholastic.