Jane Oppenheimer holds a BFA in Theater from Carnegie-Mellon University. She has performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and at the famed Williamstown Theater Festival, as well as on television and film. Her voice-over work can be heard on commercials, corporate videos and theme park rides. When she’s not acting, she’s most likely poring over design magazines and websites for her next renovation project or scouring open houses in search of the next property to restore.

Jane Oppenheimer

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Charmaine Craig studied literature at Harvard College, received her MFA from the University of California at Irvine, and serves as a faculty member in the Department of Creative Writing at UC Riverside. Her first novel, The Good Men (Riverhead), was a national bestseller translated into six languages; her forthcoming second novel, Miss Burma (Grove), is based on the remarkable lives of her family members. Formerly an actor in film and television, Craig narrated the audiobook of Miss Burma, and resides in Los Angeles with her husband, author Andrew Winer, and their daughters.

Charmaine Craig
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Rebecca Gallagher

Rebecca has narrated over 80 audiobooks and is a multiple Audie Nominee. Currently living outside of Chicago, she is known for her warm, inviting voice and ability to bring stories to life. One of her proudest accomplishments was finding an outlet for the character voices she acquired over the years; thanks to the long hours she spent as a child with her tape recorder.

Based in LA, Kelli is a narrator and voiceover artist. She received her MA in Shakespeare when living in England (and yes, she can do several UK accents). Kelli spent years in theater and film before realizing she loved life behind the mic far more than in front of it. A natural alto, her voice contains a wide range of characters.

Kelli Tager
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Ellen Press

A native Californian, with over two decades of professional storytelling before live audiences, freelance writing in education, children's lit and short stories. Her skills for bringing stories to life has made Voice Over a natural progression.