Narrator Bios

Meredith Mitchell is an actress who has performed in film, television, and on stage. Her film work includes Mona Lisa Smile and The Reunion. She has recorded numerous audiobooks, including the audio version of Vanity Fair magazine. She received her BA in psychology from Emory University and her MFA in acting from Brandeis University.

An actor, writer, director, and producer, Dan Butler's acting credits include major roles On and Off-Broadway as well as numerous television shows including Frasier, House, Monk, From the Earth to the Moon, and Prayers for Bobby. Films include: Crazy, Stupid Love, Karl Rove, I Love You (co-writer and director), Silence of the Lambs, Enemy of the State, and Fixing Frank among others.

Susan Boyce earned her BA from the University of Rhode Island, then began a stage career as a song-and-dance new age vaudevillian. Her experience includes narrating documentaries, voicing dolls and toys for the game industry, computer adventure games, and audiobooks.

Stephen R. Thorne is a member of the Resident Acting Company at Providence's esteemed Trinity Repertory Company, where his favorite productions include Hamlet, Henry V, and The Cider House Rules. He lives with his family in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Rebecca Gibel is an award-winning actor, singer and voice-over artist, and has narrated over 45 audiobooks for Audible Inc., HarperCollins, Blackstone Audio Inc., and Hachette Audio.  Originally from New Mexico, she holds an MFA in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep. Ms. Gibel has worked in theatres across the country (Trinity Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Arden Theatre Co., Cleveland Play House), as well as in television and film, most recently appearing on CBS's Blue Bloods.  For more information, please visit

Charlie Thurston has narrated over 30 titles. He has appeared on stages across the country, including Trinity Repertory Company, Baltimore Centerstage, The Arden Theatre Company, Chautauqua Theater Company, Creede Rep, and Riverside Theatre.  Charlie holds an MFA in acting from Brown University / Trinity Rep and is currently a member of the resident acting company at Trinity Rep. Learn more at

Richard Waterhouse is an actor, producer/director and teacher.  Professional acting credits include Rogers and Hart's, Too Many Girls and Aaron Copland's, The Second Hurricane, Off-Broadway; Eastern Standard and Oliver Twisted in Los Angeles; regional credits include Deathtrap, I Hate Hamlet, and most recently, Directions for Restoring the Apparently Dead.  On television, Richard has been seen on In the Heat of the Night and Moonlight and Mistletoe for the Hallmark Channel, and in national commercials for Pepsi, McDonalds, and Hyundai.  Directing credits include '8' the play and Kimberly Akimbo. He wrote and directed the short film, Respect for Acting, and produced the short film, Pearl, starring Tony award winning actress, Frances Sternhagen. Richard narrates audio books for Blackstone Audio and Too Little Time, Inc.  He divides his time between New York and Vermont, where he lives with his husband, Dan Butler.

Fred Sullivan, Jr. is an award-winning longtime resident actor at Trinity Rep in Providence. 110 roles in 30 seasons, favorites include: Falstaff, Scrooge, Harold Hill, Captain Hook, Jamie Tyrone, Oscar Madison, Alfie Dolittle, Toby Belch, Walter Burns and Teddy Platt. He has relieved Norton, IRNE, Motif and Earphones awards for excellence. He recently played Rothko in Red for the Gamm, where he is resident director since 1996. A resident artist for Commonwealth Shakespeare Co in Boston, Fred has played Bottom, Jaques, Parolles, Menenius, and Malvolio. Other Theatres: Dallas Theatre Center, Berkeley Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville  & NJ Shakespeare. 

Barry Press has been an active professional actor, director and teacher for over thirty-five years, and has performed Off-Broadway, and at numerous regional theaters from Alaska to Florida.  Barry has been an active voice talent for a variety of books:  Adult & Young Adult Fiction & Non-Fiction; a 15 book Western series; Historical Fiction and Non-Fiction, and is a winner of Audiophile’s 2014 Earphones Award.  Mr. Press is founder and Artistic Director of Living Literature, a RI based literacy program, dramatizing non-dramatic writing throughout southern New England since its inception in 1996.

Madeleine Lambert received her M.F.A. in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep. Her performances at Trinity Repertory Company include Shelby in Steel Magnolias and Belle in A Christmas Carol. Madeleine graduated with honors from Duke University with majors in Theater Studies and English and a minor in French. She also attended The School at Steppenwolf. Madeleine played Anne Boleyn in the U.S. premiere of Anne Boleyn at The Gamm Theatre. At Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Madeleine played Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Madeleine received an AudioFile Earphones Award for Murder Below Montparnasse. Her favorite audiobook narration projects include Jennifer Egan's The Invisible Circus, Erin Cashman's The Exceptionals, and Ellen Marie Wiseman's The Plum Tree

Lindy Nettleton, originally from England, is an actor trained both in England (RADA) and the United States. She has appeared numerous times on stage, film, TV, and radio, and she thoroughly enjoys narrating audiobooks. Lindy is now an American citizen and is happy to make Newport, Rhode Island, her home.

Angela Brazil is a member of the Resident Acting Company at Providence's esteemed Trinity Repertory Company. She is also a teacher and a mother. She lives with her family in Lincoln, Rhode Island.

Michael Healy has appeared Off-Broadway and on national TV, most notably on Saturday Night Live for three years, as well as in several national commercials. He continues to hone his craft in Rhode Island, where he has won awards for acting. His audiobook recordings include Mr. Midshipman Easy by Frederick Marryat, The Collector of Lost Things by Jeremy Page, and The Valley of Fear by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Shaun Grindell was born and raised in Southampton, England. His training includes the Calland school of speech and drama and the Lee Strasberg actors institute in London. He has been seen on stage in London and Las Vegas and currently resides with his wife in New England. He has narrated many audiobooks in different genres and displays a wide range of versatility and accents. Among his most notable works are the Hamish Macbeth mysteries by M.C. Beaton. Shaun Grindell also garnered an audiofile earphones award for excellence in narration within his first year as an audiobook narrator for Rohan Wilson's The Roving Party.

Charlotte Anne Dore has been recording audiobooks since 2011, most of which have been historical romances. She has worked in film and television, but she mostly works in live theater/performance with a focus on historical re-enactments and storytelling. Charlotte also runs "Rosalita's Puppets," an award-winning puppet company in New England. She builds and voices all the puppets and writes the stories. As a puppeteer, she worked with Oscar winner Tom Woodruff, Jr., (Aliens) on the movie Zookeeper as assistant "gorilla puppeteer."