Our Fabulous Narrators

Paul Aulridge

Paul has been narrating since 2014, when he made the arbitrary and unjustifiable decision to purchase audio gear on a whim. For some reason, people keep giving him work. He has 137 titles on Audible, and other titles available beyond that platform. In his spare time, he enjoys bourbon, music, and spending long hours watching the constellations wheel slowly overhead. He also really enjoys writing about himself in a grandiloquent style.

Episodes: Bar Kafka  |  Traces of an Early Summer  |  Tell O’Toole O’Flaherty is Dead

Gill Bahnsen

Gil got his start speaking professionally into a microphone at his college’s classical-music-format radio station. He discovered a knack for reading stories out loud when his son and daughter were little children.

Episode: Under Overhead Lights

Taylor Coan

Taylor is a Lancaster, Pennsylvania native who relishes in bringing believable and dynamic characters to every voice project they’re met with. Taylor’s voice can be heard in audiobooks, video games, dramatized podcast series, phone operating systems, and more! Taylor lives with their husband and two cats, Ollie and Penny. They spend their free time crocheting, watching anime, and painting.

Episodes: Caught  | A Cry in the Night

AJ Ferraro

Onstage at 11 years old, acting became AJ’s passion. But in the “real” theater world, she never seemed to be the right “type.” The world of audiobooks, however, allows her to be anyone — actually requires that she be everyone. Her happiest hours are behind the mic, transforming a myriad of characters from leading ladies to dastardly men, and all sorts of obnoxious, crotchety, crazy, tormented, murderous, melancholy, and even fairly normal people. And sometimes, even animals and aliens! Learn more at AJ’s website.

Episodes:  Adrian’s Affinity  |   Through the Hole  |  I Have Her Memories Now  |  Silver and Gold: A Hollywood Story

A. S. Freeman

A.S. Freeman is a voice actor, writer, and director based in New York City. He has narrated over 80 audiobooks and numerous other audio projects. When not behind a mic, he reads for pleasure, enjoys the sites and sounds of New York, and is probably bingeing another television series with his wife. More about him and his work at asfreeman.net

Episode: Found Art, Lost Art

Mark Johannes

Mark Johannes has been an actor in New York since 1980. His credits include numerous productions Off-Broadway and in regional theaters around the country. He has also appeared in a number of films and on television. Recent credits include: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Blacklist and Blue Bloods.
Mark and his wife created and operated MARS Theatricals, where, for 18 years they produced plays and musicals On and Off Broadway and on National Tours.

Episode: Caro’s Return

Rebekah Nemethy

Rebekah is story obsessed. Though, audiobook narration is only the latest addition to her storytelling repertoire; long before she ever opened her mouth to speak into a mic she had a pen in one hand and a camera in the other. She writes for, records and produces Art Ink, a podcast where all of her storytelling superpowers get a chance to go wild. Check out Rebekah’s podcast here.

Episodes: Rift Zone  |   Wine Tasting  |  Summer of the River Bottom Dragon

Julie Niblett

Julie Niblett grew up in Boise, Idaho and now resides in Idaho Falls with her husband, two dogs, and two cats. She has a background in Linguistics, music, and teaching English, going as far as teaching in Japan and China. She’s been the voice for over 35 audiobooks, and narrates anything from cookbooks to fantasy to romance. In her spare time, she reads voraciously and enjoys listening to a good audiobook and amazing music. She nerds out over cat videos, gorgeous hikes, and really great food.

Episodes: Kicked Out of the PTA!  |  A Crack Up  |  Driving the Section Line

Catherine Nines

Catherine Nines lives in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, along with her husband and two overindulged cats. When she is not making audio recordings, she pursues her interests as an observer of nature, a student of metaphysics and an aspiring ukulele virtuoso.

Episode: Everything I Need to Know I’m Still Learning from Mary Richards

Edwin Perez

Edwin Perez is a professional working actor, voice over artist and narrator with an extensive list of stage, film, and voice credits. Born in El Salvador, he grew up in Canada and is fluent in Spanish and English. He holds a B.A. in English Literature from Simon Fraser University and went on to study drama in New York, L.A., and Europe under top instructors. His passion for storytelling began as a kid playing dungeons and dragons, and has blossomed into a rewarding career in the performing arts. Check out Edwin’s TV and Movie credits.

Episodes: Sandhill Cranes  |  Rafael, Titicaca, and How My Son Got His Name

Andrew Reilly

Andrew Reilly has a standard PBS/NPR voice and style, eminently suitable for documentaries as well as other non-fiction projects. His voice and style have been described as a blend of Peter Coyote and Sigourney Weaver, and as “a curator in the museum of life.” Still, as an actor he enjoys forays into fiction where he can use his skills with accents to create colorful characters. His memoir about his world travels, Arc of a Life, will soon be published.

Episode: Trash Can Blues

Terry Rey

Whether in front of a live audience in large auditoriums or seated in the studio recording voice projects, Terry Rey has never met a microphone he didn’t like. He has been a musician, vocalist, and performer from a very early age. As a writer himself, he has a natural sensitivity to the written word. From the dramatic to the humorous, his flexibility in vocal performance vividly brings his recordings to life.

Episode: Bob and the Beatniks

Anni Sezate

Anni Sezate is an elementary school teacher and author from Gilbert, Arizona. She received her education degree from Arizona State University, though she spent a semester living out her acting dreams as a musical theater major. In 2017 she published her first novel, Aurella the Witch, which she reads aloud to her students every year. Anni is your typical right-brained lefty who spends most of her time reading, writing, drawing, and singing way too loudly to Broadway soundtracks. Anni is a proud daughter, sister, aunt, and Ravenclaw.

Episode: Agustine’s Mother

River Vitae

River is a father, voice artist, actor, and production coordinator in Los Angeles.

Episode: The Peacock

Colin Wasmund

Colin is a company member with Provision Theater Company. In addition to commercial work in Chicago, he also worked with a number of professional theaters. He holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Western Illinois University and a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Southwest MN State University. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Theatre as well as the Program Director of the BFA Acting Program at Western Carolina University. In addition to teaching, he continues to work professionally in Theatre, Film, Commercials, and Voice Over.

Episode: Red Ferry, Blue Ferry

Saethon Williams

Saethon is an Englishman living in Germany, and “fell” into voiceover by accident after a Norwegian company advertised in the wrong category on a freelance website. Saethon’s was the only audition and he got the job! After learning all he could from narrating on “Librivox” and watching countless tutorials on YouTube, he finally got himself a decent mic and discovered Audacity editing software. Six years later he has recorded over 150 titles. Learn more at his website.

Episode: Adrian’s Affinity


Irene Ziegler

is an actor, author, and excellent parallel parker. She has appeared in numerous films and television series, and has “trod the boards” in many a regional theatre. Her plays have been produced world-wide. She lives in Richmond, VA.

Episode: Her Voices, Her Room

Tom Zingarelli

Tom Zingarelli is an award-winning voice actor who has narrated more than 70 audiobooks. He has also voiced for television and off-Broadway. His video series, Greatest American Tall Tales and Legends, is popular in schools and libraries nationwide. Tom is an Audio Describer for the blind and visually impaired for Yale Repertory Theater and the Theater Development Fund. Learn more at Tom’s website.

Episodes:  Playing Air Guitar in Paris  |   There is Something I Must Tell You  |  MacFarland’s Unreasonable Expectations

Our Fabulous Narrators

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Paul Aulridge

Paul Aulridge has been narrating since 2014, when he made the arbitrary and unjustifiable decision to purchase audio gear on a whim. For some reason, people keep giving him work and he has narrated over 140 titles. In his spare time, he enjoys bourbon, music, and spending long hours watching the constellations wheel slowly overhead. He also really enjoys writing about himself in a grandiloquent style.

Episodes:  Traces of an Early Summer  |   Bar Kafka  |  Tell O’Toole O’Flaherty is Dead

Gill Bahnsen

Gill Bahnsen got his start speaking professionally into a microphone at his college’s classical-music-format radio station. He discovered a knack for reading stories out loud when his son and daughter were little children.

Episode: Under Overhead Lights

Taylor Coan

Taylor Coan is a Lancaster, Pennsylvania native who relishes in bringing believable and dynamic characters to every voice project they’re met with. Taylor’s voice can be heard in audiobooks, video games, dramatized podcast series, phone operating systems, and more! Taylor lives with their husband and two cats, Ollie and Penny. They spend their free time crocheting, watching anime, and painting.

Episodes: Caught  | A Cry in the Night

AJ Ferraro

Onstage at 11 years old, acting became AJ Ferraro‘s passion. But in the “real” theater world, she never seemed to be the right “type.” The world of audiobooks, however, allows her to be anyone — actually requires that she be everyone. Her happiest hours are behind the mic, transforming a myriad of characters from leading ladies to dastardly men, and all sorts of obnoxious, crotchety, crazy, tormented, murderous, melancholy, and even fairly normal people. And sometimes, even animals and aliens! Learn more at AJ’s website.

Episodes:  Adrian’s Affinity  |  Through the Hole  |   I Have Her Memories Now  |  Silver and Gold: A Hollywood Story

A. S. Freeman

A. S. Freeman is a voice actor, writer, and director based in New York City. He has narrated over 80 audiobooks and numerous other audio projects. When not behind a mic, he reads for pleasure, enjoys the sites and sounds of New York, and is probably bingeing another television series with his wife. More about him and his work at asfreeman.net.

Episode: Found Art, Lost Art

Mark Johannes

Mark Johannes has been an actor in New York since 1980. His credits include numerous productions Off-Broadway and in regional theaters around the country. He has also appeared in a number of films and on television. Recent credits include: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Blacklist and Blue Bloods.
Mark and his wife created and operated MARS Theatricals, where, for 18 years they produced plays and musicals On and Off Broadway and on National Tours.

Episode: Caro’s Return

Rebekah Nemethy

Rebekah Nemethy is story obsessed. Though, audiobook narration is only the latest addition to her storytelling repertoire; long before she ever opened her mouth to speak into a mic she had a pen in one hand and a camera in the other. She writes for, records and produces Art Ink, a podcast where all of her storytelling superpowers get a chance to go wild. Check out Rebekah’s podcast here.

Episodes: Rift Zone  |   Wine Tasting  |  Summer of the River Bottom Dragon

Julie Niblett

Julie Niblett grew up in Boise, Idaho and now resides in Idaho Falls with her husband, two dogs, and two cats. She has a background in Linguistics, music, and teaching English, going as far as teaching in Japan and China. She’s been the voice for over 35 audiobooks, and narrates anything from cookbooks to fantasy to romance. In her spare time, she reads voraciously and enjoys listening to a good audiobook and amazing music. She nerds out over cat videos, gorgeous hikes, and really great food.

Episodes: Kicked Out of the PTA!  |  Driving the Section Line  |  A Crack Up

Catherine Nines

Catherine Nines lives in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, along with her husband and two overindulged cats. When she is not making audio recordings, she pursues her interests as an observer of nature, a student of metaphysics and an aspiring ukulele virtuoso.

Episode: Everything I Need to Know I’m Still Learning from Mary Richards

Tom Zingarelli

Tom Zingarelli is an award-winning voice actor who has narrated more than 70 audiobooks. He has also voiced for television and off-Broadway. His video series, Greatest American Tall Tales and Legends, is popular in schools and libraries nationwide. Tom is an Audio Describer for the blind and visually impaired for Yale Repertory Theater and the Theater Development Fund. Learn more at Tom’s website.

Episodes:  Playing Air Guitar in Paris  |   There is Something I Must Tell You  |  MacFarland’s Unreasonable Expectations

Edwin Perez

Edwin Perez is a professional working actor, voice over artist and narrator with an extensive list of stage, film, and voice credits. Born in El Salvador, he grew up in Canada and is fluent in Spanish and English. He holds a B.A. in English Literature from Simon Fraser University and went on to study drama in New York, L.A., and Europe under top instructors. His passion for storytelling began as a kid playing dungeons and dragons, and has blossomed into a rewarding career in the performing arts. Check out Edwin’s TV and Movie credits.

Episodes: Sandhill Cranes  |  Rafael, Titicaca, and How My Son Got His Name

Andrew Reilly

Andrew Reilly has a standard PBS/NPR voice and style, eminently suitable for documentaries as well as other non-fiction projects. His voice and style have been described as a blend of Peter Coyote and Sigourney Weaver, and as “a curator in the museum of life.” Still, as an actor he enjoys forays into fiction where he can use his skills with accents to create colorful characters. His memoir about his world travels, Arc of a Life, will soon be published.

Episode: Trash Can Blues

Terry Rey

Whether in front of a live audience in large auditoriums or seated in the studio recording voice projects, Terry Rey has never met a microphone he didn’t like. He has been a musician, vocalist, and performer from a very early age. As a writer himself, he has a natural sensitivity to the written word. From the dramatic to the humorous, his flexibility in vocal performance vividly brings his recordings to life.

Episode: Bob and the Beatniks

Anni Sezate

Anni Sezate is an elementary school teacher and author from Gilbert, Arizona. She received her education degree from Arizona State University, though she spent a semester living out her acting dreams as a musical theater major. In 2017 she published her first novel, Aurella the Witch, which she reads aloud to her students every year. Anni is your typical right-brained lefty who spends most of her time reading, writing, drawing, and singing way too loudly to Broadway soundtracks. Anni is a proud daughter, sister, aunt, and Ravenclaw.

Episode: Agustine’s Mother

River Vitae

River Vitae is a father, voice artist, actor, and production coordinator in Los Angeles.

Episode: The Peacock

Colin Wasmund

Colin Wasmund is a company member with Provision Theater Company. In addition to commercial work in Chicago, he also worked with a number of professional theaters. He holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Western Illinois University and a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Southwest MN State University. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Theatre as well as the Program Director of the BFA Acting Program at Western Carolina University. In addition to teaching, he continues to work professionally in Theatre, Film, Commercials, and Voice Over.

Episode: Red Ferry, Blue Ferry

Saethon Williams

Saethon Williams is an Englishman living in Germany, and “fell” into voiceover by accident after a Norwegian company advertised in the wrong category on a freelance website. Saethon’s was the only audition and he got the job! After learning all he could from narrating on “Librivox” and watching countless tutorials on YouTube, he finally got himself a decent mic and discovered Audacity editing software. Six years later he has recorded over 150 titles. Learn more at his website.

Episode: Adrian’s Affinity

Irene Ziegler

Irene Ziegler is an actor, author, and excellent parallel parker. She has appeared in numerous films and television series, and has “trod the boards” in many a regional theatre. Her plays have been produced world-wide. She lives in Richmond, VA.

Episode: Her Voices, Her Room

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