Arthur Morey has recorded over 100 audiobooks, winning numerous Audiofile earphones and best-voice awards as well as an Audie nomination. He's narrated fiction by John Updike, John Irving, Richard Russo, Julie Orringer, David Grossman, Daniele Steel, Jack Vance, and more. Nonfiction titles include The Informant, Descent into Chaos, Unlikely Allies, Citizens of London, and Munich 1938. He attended Harvard and the University of Chicago and performed off-Broadway, off-Loop, and in Italy. He taught writing at Northwestern University for ten years and also works as an editor and ghostwriter.
Originally from NYC, lived most of his life in Southern California. UCLA BA and MA in the Theater Arts Department. Was in the film department. Transitioned to voice acting. Seem to specialize in men named Andrew (Mellon, Carnegie and Jackson) and in books with “American” in the title (American Dynamite, American Lion, American Gunfight, and American Creation.) American Lion by John Meacham (one of my two Andrew Jackson biographies) was a Pulitzer Prize winner.
Jack Garrett worked for some years as an air personality on radio stations in the west and southwest before a move to New York and a career in alternative theatre, writing, and performance. Now living in Los Angeles, he is very happy to have been narrating audiobooks since the late 90’s.
Erik Holland has appeared in over 150 Films and T.V. shows Including the “Outlaw Josey Wales and
Darin De Paul has appeared on Braodway, Off-Broadway, in regional theatres and national tours. He has voiced diverse characters for Blizzard Entertainment and is the voice of Gill Grunt in Activision's long-running "Skylanders" game series. His voice work has also been heard in commercials for GEICO, McDonalds, Denny's, Lexmark, Sonic, Capitol One and many others.
Mark Silverman grew up in Los Angeles and very early on became fascinated with monster movies and Disneyland. Mark found out very early in life he had a talent for doing voices and celebrity impressions . Mark now has an extensive voice over career and his voice can be heard in Disney parks around the world. He also teaches cartooning classes to kids and is a huge Dodger fan.
Tom McElroy is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. Since 1993 he has enjoyed every moment of a wide ranging career in theatre, film, and television with performances in dozens of theatres including Steppenwolf, The Goodman, Chicago Shakespeare, Timeline, and Writer's. Film and television credits include The Dark Knight, Prison Break, Chicago Fire and more. Tom voiced Rayford Steele in The Left Behind dramatic audio series as well as many characters in The Twilight Zone radio series, Unshackled!, and Mike Hammer radio dramas. Tom is very happy calling Chicago his home and deeply enjoys the wonderful artistic community there.
Peter Lownds loves to read, to write, to speak and study languages and to live with people from around the world. He is a teacher, a poet, a translator from Portuguese and Spanish to English, a boarding house owner, a husband, father and grandfather. He came to Los Angeles three decades ago and, after many adventures and much learning, is now returning to his craft.
Michael has guest starred on Mary Tyler Moore, Mash, The Monkees, 3's Company ( twice ) , the pilot of Star Trek "The Next Generation", Deep Space Nine ( 3) , Dallas,and several movies of the week etc as a voice animator he can be heard as a regular on Rug Rats, The Smurfs, Gi Joe, Transformers, Super Friends, The Snorks, Plastic Man, etc Bell has voiced over 50 Video Games including, The World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, Soul Reaver, Matrix, Star Wars, Ratchet and Clank, Medal of Honor, Sharks Tale, as well as a number of documentaries.