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The Official Website of Gerard Doyle

Audiobook Narrator and Voice Actor

50 -time recipient of the
AudioFile Magazine
Earphones Awar

"The narration style of Gerard Doyle is one-of-a-kind. With his distinct voice and Irish charm, Doyle transports listeners to different worlds, bringing characters to life and immersing them in the story. His rich narration adds depth and dimension to audiobooks, making them an unforgettable experience."

Check out Gerard in conversation with
Frank Beddor on his podcast,
All Things Alice.

Praise for Gerard Doyle

"Gerard Doyle performs this stand-alone dispatch from Mick Herron’s cynical “spook street” world with such dry resignation that it is often laugh-out-loud funny... Doyle’s vocal control is masterly, his pacing, range, and attention to detail a perfect match for Herron’s, which is highest praise." 
- Audiofile Magazine

It’s another superb outing for Duffy, made all the more so by Gerard Doyle, who has narrated the entire series so far and has, for me, become inextricable from its festive, sardonic humor. A genius at accents of the British Isles, he delivers a genuine-sounding Ulster accent among others, and excels in acerbic asides and conversational exchanges, each character possessing an identifying manner and voice.
- Katherine A. Powers, The Washington Post

“Gerard gives the characters fullness, creating just the right visceral momentum through some of the action chapters.”
- Frank Beddor, Author of Seeing Redd

"Doyle’s delicate, world-weary voice is the perfect vehicle for Herron’s espionage fiction, which manages to be witty and twisty even as it second-guesses the cleverness and heroism of spies themselves." 
- Laura Miller, Slate Magazine

Tune In To Gerard's Work

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About Gerard

Gerard Doyle was born of Irish parentage and raised and educated in England. His 50 year acting career spans television, radio and theatre on both sides of the Atlantic, including Broadway and London’s West End, as well as touring in Britain and internationally with the English Shakespeare Company. He's recorded of over 500 audio books in genres ranging from mystery and suspense, fantasy, comedy, YA, and non-fiction. He is one of Audiofile's featured “Golden Voices”. Fifty of Gerard’s book recordings have been selected by Audiofile 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. 15 of his recordings have been selected as AudioFile’s “Best Audiobook of the Year”, and Gerard has been nominated seven times for the Audio Publishers Association’s coveted “Audie” awards, winning in 2007 in the “Mystery and Suspense” category for "Dead Yard". His recording of Adrian McKinty’s “Gun Street Girl” was nominated for the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences (SOVAS) 2015 Voice Arts Awards.

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Interested in Hiring?

Gerard is now accepting inquiries upon request for both audiobook narration & video game character voicing. Please click the button below and fill out a quick form, and we'll get back to you within 48 hours of your request. 

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