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40 time recipient of the AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award
Gerard is definitely on a fast track-50 audio books in three years-and his consistently riveting performances show he has the acting scope and balance to be recognized as an audiobook star.
Praise for Gerard Doyle
"Whether he’s relating tales of dragons... or gritty battles for Wonderland... Gerard Doyle’s narrating range and skill shine."
- AudioFile Magazine
“Gerard gives the characters fullness, creating just the right visceral momentum through some of the action chapters.”
- Frank Beddor, Author of Seeing Redd
"It’s hard to list all the reasons I love Gerard’s work on audiobooks... I love the way he pulls me along during high-action scenes, amping up the excitement and danger, and that he can also keep me in the present during more poignant moments, giving me time to react and think."
-Candace Levy, Booktrib.com
Gerard Doyle was born of Irish parentage and raised and educated in England. His 40 year acting career spans television, radio and theatre on both sides of the Atlantic, including London’s West End, Broadway, as well as touring in Britain and internationally with the English Shakespeare Company. His recordings of over 400 audio books have been published by all the major audio book publishers in the U.S., England and Canada, in genres ranging from mystery and suspense, fantasy and comedy, to Young Adult and non-fiction. Forty of Gerard’s book recordings have been selected by Audiofile magazine for a prestigious “Earphones” award, and the magazine has, over several years, recognized him as “Best Voice of the Year” in a number of genres. Six of his recordings have been selected as AudioFile’s “Best Audiobook of the Year”. He has the distinction of having been inducted into AudioFile’s gallery of “Golden Voices”. Gerard has been nominated seven times for the Audio Publishers Association’s coveted “Audie” awards, winning in 2007 in the “Mystery and Suspense” category. His recording of Adrian McKinty’s “Gun Street Girl” was nominated for the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences (SOVAS) 2015 Voice Arts Awards. Gerard currently lives in Sag Harbor, NY with his wife and dog.
Tune Into Gerards Work
Gerard in Conversation
with Eragon author
Explore Gerard's Work
Gerard In the News
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