Audible Audiobook Time!
Just finished recording for audible.com – Book 2, “The Woman of Flowers,” from Susan Schwartz’s fantasy series “Heirs to Byzantium.” Here’s a sneak peak of the storyline:
A saga of sorcery, dark magic and a princess in exile takes the reader to a strange nothern land where savage dreams torment a woman’s nights. Alexa’s only hope lies with the Druids of the Misty Isles, who can teach her to use her magic to save Byzantium.
Next week, I begin recording Book 3, “Queensblade.”
Variety Reviews “Dreamworks’ Dragons: Riders of Berk”
Happy to see that “Dreamworks’ Dragons: Riders of Berk” has received a sweet review from Variety. I am so thankful to work with such amazing people and be a part of a wonderful series that premieres tonight!
That’s me on the left!
Watch “Dreamworks’ Dragons: Riders of Berk” on the Cartoon Network at 7:30/6:30 C
“Two Jacks” heading to Montreal, Vancouver and Leids Film Festivals
Happy to hear that “Two Jacks,” a film in which I voiced the intercom and looped the ADR, will compete at the Montreal Film Festival this week. The film has also been invited to screen at the Vancouver International Film Festival Sept 27th – October 12 and the Leids Film festival – October 23rd-28th. The movie stars Danny Huston, Jack Huston, Sienna Miller and Jacqueline Bisset. To get a sneak peek, view the movie trailer!
Sundance Channel’s “All on the Line with Joe Zee”
Happy to be welcomed back to the Sundance Channel! It will be my seconds season voicing the promos for “All on the Line with Joe Zee.” In the series, Zee helps designers revamp their their struggling businesses, redesign their lines and present it to major retailers.
“All on the Line with Joe Zee” premieres September 10th at 9 0n the Sundance Channel.
Hear me as Ruffnut on the Cartoon Network!
Tonight is an exclusive one-hour preview of Dreamworks’: Dragons Riders of Berk. Tune in at 7:30/6:30 Central on Cartoon Network! You can hear me voicing Ruffnut, the twin sister of Tuffnut (voiced by TJ Miller)! I also play all the other women vikings in the episode – you’d never have known if I hadn’t told you.
The season premieres September 4th!!
“Boxing Day” on it’s way to the Venice Film Festival
Boxing Day, a film featuring my voice as Cynthia, the GPS, will be competing at the Venice Film Festival.
According to Variety: “Standouts in the Lido’s competitive, more cutting-edge Horizons section include “Boxing Day,” a drama by U.K. helmer Bernard Rose; “Mr. Nice,” about a limo driver and his passenger who get stuck in the Colorado mountains, starring Danny Huston” and Matthew Jacobs. As you can guess, the GPS plays an integral role in them getting stuck. That’s all I am going to say about that. It is truly a moving film and I am very grateful and proud to be a part of it.