Romy Hooper is a New Zealand based actor, director and writer who works with the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind narrating audio books for their members. She has a soulful depth to her voice, is strong and articulate while showing a natural sensitivity for character. She gives an elegant delivery and is competent with Australian, Standard British/Regional UK, and US accents.

Romy Hooper
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Kirsty is a versatile New Zealand/Australian voice actor and narrator with years of experience in bringing other people's words to life. With a background in performance, character work and accents, Kirsty has a natural flair for characters, and she's even done the odd impression – you can hear her as “Nicole Kidman” in the audiobook of According to Yes by Dawn French. As a professional sound designer and sound engineer, she is most at home in a studio – although she'll go almost anywhere for a great flat white.

Kirsty Gilmore
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Natalie Beran is a New Zealand voiceover artist and radio announcer now based in London. She has worked as a voice over artist and actress in New Zealand, Mexico, Canada, England and the USA and has a vast range of experience in commercial, narration, audio books and cartoon animation voices. She holds a Bachelor of Communication Studies (Radio) from AUT and is also a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA New York).

Natalie Beran
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Rachel’s first professional foray was in an episode of The Ray Bradbury Theater and while in high school she appeared in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. She received an MA in Acting from Drama Centre London, where her credits included Lady Macbeth. In her final semester she was cast in Tribeca Film Festival Best Narrative Feature nominee Abandoned, alongside Mira Sorvino, Kate Walsh and Elizabeth McGovern. Rachel's professional theatre credits include Lydia Languish in The Rivals, at Tim Robbins' Actors' Gang. 
Rachel Clentworth
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