Lyssa Browne makes her home in Seattle, Washington, where she works as a voice actor, in addition to performing for television, film, and theater. Her voice can be heard on a variety of video games, documentaries, and audiobooks. She is an Audie Award finalist and the co-owner of Cedar House Audio Productions.
Tracy Brunjes is an accomplished radio personality, talk-show host, and broadcast instructor. She enjoys using her talents to bring audiobooks to life and can be heard on a multitude of radio and television commercials.
Reba Buhr grew up in the Pacific Northwest and now lives in Los Angeles, working in theater, film, and television. She is a graduate of Occidental College. Reba began recording audiobooks in 2012 and has turned her love for performance into a passion for narrating characters that jump off the page.
Ryan Burke is Canadian, his parents and extended family are Australian, and he lives in America, pursuing a career in entertainment. His eclectic background is reflected by his career. Having worked in both Canada and the US as an actor, producer, and stuntman, he now works as a voice-over artist and audiobook narrator.
Ron Butler is a Los Angeles–based actor and voice artist with over a hundred film and television credits (playing everything from brooding doctors to screwball hipsters). Ron works regularly as a commercial and animation voice-over artist and has voiced a wide variety of audiobooks.
Actress and director Cassandra Campbell has narrated nearly two hundred audiobooks and has received multiple Audie Awards and more than twenty AudioFile Earphones Awards, including for Orange Is the New Black by Piper Kerman.
A classically trained actor, director, and teacher with many regional Shakespeare plays to his credit, Danny Campbell has narrated over 150 titles and directed at least that many. He is a multiple AudioFile Earphones Award winner and was named one of AudioFile's Best of the Year 2017.
Audiobook narration seized Chloe Cannon's interest when reading aloud to local
seniors, who informed her that her reading sounded "just like their audiobooks!" Since then, she
has narrated titles in a variety of genres, including young adult, sci-fi/fantasy, romance, self-help, thriller/suspense, and biography.
Amanda Carlin, an accomplished stage, film, and TV actress, has narrated both fiction and nonfiction audiobook titles for multiple producers. A native New Yorker, she now makes her home in Los Angeles. She has won AudioFile Earphones Awards, is adept in domestic dialects and international accents, and speaks French.