• Elinor Bell
  • An independent, professional actor with training and credits behind the microphone, on stage and on camera.
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: CA, United States
  • Website: www.elinorbell.com
  • Available for: Royalty Share or $200-$400 PFH

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Do You Know A Cat Like That?

Category : Kids
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
Upbeat, warm, engaging read-along tracks for the series Do You Know A Cat Like That? by Art Garmissie.

Women and the Art of Negotoatomg

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Informed
Performance Notes
A confident, informative, and approachable delivery.

Blue Hydrangeas

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Wistful
Performance Notes
Jack's mournful memory of when he realized his wife no longer remembers their daughter.

Both Sides Now

Category : Bios & Memoirs
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Straightforward
Performance Notes
The true story of young love found and lost and found again many years later. This is Dawn's story, the flip side and companion to Shawn's memoir, Feels Like the First Time.

After the Snow Falls

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
Introduction of major characters. Includes narration, dialogue, male and female, young and older characters. Narrated and produced for ACX

Chung Hyo Ye

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Informed
Performance Notes
A section from one of the cultural essays in the book Chung Hyo Ye. Narrated and produced for the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project and available on their website.

What About Willy?

Category : Kids
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
An excerpt from a 1930's story about a kitten who wants a home and a boy who wants a kitten.

When my brother didn't recognize me in a high school play, I discovered the thrill of disappearing into a character or, in the case of audiobook fiction, into many characters. As a teacher I learned the importance of pacing and clarity. As an actor, I learned the absolute necessity of clear relationships and emotional truth. As a parent and as an individual, I know that stories can enthrall and touch the soul. Putting all that together is the joy of narrating audiobooks: to touch, to entertain, to teach, to communicate, to connect. What a privilege!
SIMPLE LIES, Book 3 of the Amish Inn Mysteries series, by Jan Fields, solo narration and full production for Annie's Fiction. PLAIN DECEPTION, Book 2 of the Amish Inn Mysteries series, by Tara Randel, solo narration and full production for Annie's Fiction SECRETS OF THE AMISH DIARY, Book 1 of the Amish Inn Mysteries series, by Rachel Phillips, solo narration and full production for Annie's Fiction. CHURCH OF THE OLD MERMAIDS, solo narration and production for the author, Kim Antieau, through ACX SECOND CHANCE LOVE solo narration and production for the author, Shawn Inmon, through ACX REMNANTS OF PASSION for Audible BLUE HYDRANGEAS, solo narration and production for the author Marianne Sciucco through ACX DO YOU KNOW A CAT LIKE THAT? ongoing series, narrated and produced for the author Art Garmassie BOTH SIDES NOW, solo narration/production for the author Shawn Inmon through ACX AFTER THE SNOW FALLS, solo narration and production for the author Carey Jane Clark through ACX BRAMBLE BERRY TALES, storyteller and grandmother Kookum, narrated for Rival Schools. CHARLIE GOES TO MEMORY PARK, mother, narrated for Voice Imaging. CHUNG HYO YE: tales from the history and folklore of Korea, solo narration for the Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project; SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY (Julie Miller, Mrs. Kessler, Mabel Osborne) released through Audio Partners; Voicing of multiple university level texts and support materials for a client of the California Department of Rehabilitation, who now has his Master of Social Work degree; Multiple titles for the San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired; Multiple titles for the Blind and Talking Book Library in the California State Library, Voiceover for eLearning, TV, radio, and web applications; On camera in commercial work, in documentaries such as "Booker T. Washington" and "Man, Moment, Machine: Alexander Graham Bell" and in feature films including "Redwoods" and "Mother Country;" On stage in productions ranging from new and developmental works to classics including Shakespeare and Albee.
…the result was just perfect…When a sample of the audio-book was submitted for review to a sample of real people we received 100% satisfaction rates and this tells a lot about Elinor. (Gioncarlo Crocetti, KSCPP Program Coordinator) ...delivered exactly what we needed. (David Lam, Rival Schools) …And Bell is absolutely terrific in the role that moves her range from coquet to codger. (Pat Craig, Contra Costa Times) …Bell turns in an astounding performance…The scenes where she is grappling with her shifting memories ring true with a poignancy that is difficult to attain. You can almost see the light in her eyes go out, as she founders beneath a lifetime of memories. (Geoff Gillette, Danville Weekly Press) …Bell's Linda is the real standout, flinty and loving by turns. Her journey from conciliatory doormat to implacable, nostrils-flaring force of nature is a powerful one. (East Bay Express)

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