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Roxana Ortega
Roxana Ortega is a So Cal native of Mexican-American and Scottish-Peruvian descent. She graduated from U.C. Berkeley, trained at A.C.T. and is an alum of the prestigious Groundlings Sunday Company. Her on-camera credits include guest starring roles on The Shield, New Girl and NCIS: LA. An Audie-nominated and Earphones Award-winning narrator, Roxana is the voice of Frida Casagrande on Nickelodeon's animated show The Casagrandes and can be heard voicing countless characters in video games, commercials and, maybe, even your audiobook.
Stacy Gonzalez, a Chicago based narrator, is feisty, bright and expressive. Stacy specializes in YA, self-help and romance, especially when a good handle on comedy, wit and sass is needed. Half Colombian, she speaks conversational Spanish. She loves Old Hollywood—movies and audiobooks about all aspect of it.
Stacy Gonzalez
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Jennifer Jill Araya has been listening to audiobooks since she was a young child, and the fact that she now gets to narrate audiobooks for a living is a dream come true. Jennifer’s training as an opera singer and orchestral cellist lend a musicality and depth of understanding to her narration that help bring her authors’ stories to life. She has recorded over a hundred audiobooks in almost every genre for a wide variety of audiobook publishers and producers, including Penguin Random House, Audible Studios, and Harper Audio.

Jennifer Jill Araya
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Originally from Miami. Born with a zest of life. Most aracted to findings off the beaten path.
Adriana Santos
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Ruth Livier
Ruth has worked extensively in English and Spanish language media including film, TV, voice-overs, animation, video games, audiobooks, and theater. Voice credits include Pixar’s Golden Globe and Oscar-winning Coco, Lolita opposite Val Kilmer’s Zorro in the 2012 Grammy nominee The Mark of Zorro, and she recurred in Disney’s Elena of Avalor. Audiobooks include Esperanza Renace, Leaving Tabasco, Día de Los Muertos, I'm New Here, Someone New, and a Spanish language series for Teacher Created Materials publishing.
Gisela Chípe is an Ecuadorian-American raised in Brazil, speaks Spanish and Portuguese fluently, and loves diverse stories. Raised as a scholar and musician, she has a knack for accents and literature’s musicality. Gisela is an avid science-fiction, romance, and fantasy reader and is a big fan of Toni Morrison, Isabel Allende, Star Wars and the Harry Potter Series.
Gisela Chipe
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Sol is a bilingual Argentine-born actress with a BFA in Musical Theatre from The University of the Arts and over ten years of experience as an opera singer, theatre performer and now audiobook narrator! You might know her from Macmillan Audio's 'Lobizona' by Romina Garber (Audible Pick Best of 2020 - Latinx) or Workman Audio's 'Furia' by Yamile Saied Mendez (Reese Witherspoon's YA Book Club Pick).

Sol Madariaga
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Marian is a theater artist from Los Angeles, where she's a member of Sacred Fools Theater. She's an arm-wrestling champion (LOS ANGELES LADY ARM-WRESTLERS), podcaster, puppeteer, and an actual Martian princess.
Marian Gonzalez
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Actress, Singer, Bilingual Voice Talent, Host/ Producer. Best known as “Mara”, the Emmy Award Winning Host of PBS “Storytime!”, credits include principal subject in the documentary “Now En Espanol” (PBS), SMILF, Pixar’s Coco, and most recently, Audible’s Original “Loops”.

Marabina Jaimes
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Victoria Villarreal
Victoria Villarreal is a 1st generation Mexican American bilingual voice-over and Film & TV actress. Born and raised in Houston, TX, she holds a BFA in Musical Theatre with an acting emphasis. She is currently based in Los Angeles, California.