Fantasy – Creature – London
Fantasy – Succubus – London
Fantasy – MF Dialogue – London
Fantasy – Teen – London
Fantasy – Child – London
Crime – Monologue – Cockney (Elderly)
Crime – Monologue – Serious RP
Ghost Story – Multiple F – RP/Yorkshire
Nonfiction – Business – Narration – RP
Voiceovers have complemented my professional theatrical career for some years now, and I became an audiobook narrator relatively recently – by accident rather than design (I was headhunted)! I had already recorded numerous audiodramas for companies such as BBC Radio 4 and Big Finish, so it was a natural progression. I work mostly from home and repertoire includes crime, fantasy, sci-fi and self help.
The first two adventures in the London Coven trilogy from the amazing guys at Uncanny Kingdom have now been released. Check out the adventures of Stella Familiar and friends in Familiar Magic and Nightmare Realm. The final book, Deadly Portent, is on its way!
I played Ria (the Doctor’s companion) in Audio Visuals, the original unlicensed series of Doctor Who audio drama waaaaay back when!
Click on the picture for information or here for my Audible narration page.
The narration is absolutely AMAZING!
The narrator does an exceptional job voicing each character.
The narrator did an excellent job!
[The] narrator is fabulous, nothing to dislike about this audio. 10/10 amazing.
The narrator does a a superb job.
Eve – A Christmas Ghost Story:
The narration, in particular, was wonderful. Every character has a separate voice – so much so that it’s almost hard to believe it’s just one person!
Really loved this book and the narrator was fantastic – her northern accent was spot on.
Didn’t want to put it on pause. Great listen, well narrated too.
Her Final Flight:
Cliched Rashaa may be, but she’s impressively nasty and Heather Tracy imbues the role with a certain relish.
Heather Tracy is nicely sinister as the deadly Rashaa.
Heather Tracy impresses as the Doctor’s foe.