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  • Kevin Lusignolo
  • Narrator
  • I am a husband, father, and nerd who works in software. I have my bachelor's in Theatre from The University of Houston (go Coogs), and audiobooks are how I best keep my feet dipped in a form of the arts, assuming I can't make time to participate in local theatre. Character acting is what I do best, and I love a character with a humorous inner dialogue. I look forward to our prospective collaboration!
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Texas, United States
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  • Available for: Royalty Share Plus or $100-$200 PFH
Teenage Boy and Girl Conversation

Category : Religion & Spirituality
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-Mid-West
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
This is the retail audio sample from a trilogy of books that I had the pleasure to narrate. The protagonist is a teenage boy. This scene is a conversation between two protagonists, both around the age of 16.

Frustrated/Angry Male

Category : Arts & Entertainment
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Comedic/great comic timing
Performance Notes
This is the retail audiobook sample from Christopher Kelly's The Pink Bus, a coming of age story about the life of a politician, whose assassination is attempted at the start of the novel. This sample is a good example of dialogue between two of the main characters, a male and a female.

Storyteller

Category : Children's Audiobooks
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-Western
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
This is a sample from a book about a young boy's journey from boyhood to manhood. It takes place in the 1700's, and is based on true accounts. The book is narrated from a third person view and occasionally dips into the protagonist's inner monologue.

Multiple Character Conversation

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Comedic/great comic timing
Performance Notes
This is a segment of a conversation between multiple characters in the same room. They all have unique vocal styles. This is a segment of an audition, and therefore the book that this is from will remain anonymous. Use this as a representation of my comedic timing as well as my ability to edit a conversation together.

Accent and Dialect

Category : Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : British-General British
Vocal Style : Male narrating a female part
Performance Notes
This is a snippet of a conversation from an audiobook I produced. It's a conversation between a countess and a southern, crossdressing, crime detective. This is an example of character interaction, as well as an example of mild dialect work.

I received my Bachelor's in Fine Arts from The University of Houston School of Theatre & Dance. There, I trained with various talented instructors and professors. My training covered dialects, speech, movement, theatre history, and acting itself. After graduating in 2013, I spent a year working in Houston at various theatres such as Miller Outdoor, Catastrophic, and Mildred's Umbrella. I spent a small amount of time living in Chicago, where I briefly honed my improv skills at iO. I currently live and work in Houston as an electrician, full time. I get in as much theatre as possible with my spare time, and spend the rest of my time with my beautiful wife (who is very kind to deal with all of the projects I attempt to take on). My technique has always largely focused on vocal intonation and inflection, which I feel in audiobooks lends itself to character separation in dialogue heavy books. I have always enjoyed cold readings and staged readings, as reading out loud is one of my favorite aspects of working on a show. Audiobooks are generally just a continuation of that love for narration. I also do my own editing so that I can take EXTRA care that the audio books read as intended.
I have worked on and off with the publishing company Lethe Press, having produced two of their best selling novels, Murder on Faux Pas Island by Casey McKittrick and The Pink Bus by Christopher Kelly. I am quite proud to have narrated the classic children's adventure novel, Swift Arrow, by Josephine C. Edwards. My first ever trilogy was recently completed; The Uncloaked Trilogy, by J. Rodes. And a project very dear to me was narration for an autobiographical transgender's journey from male to female, Becoming Kimberly, by Kimberly Davis.
Best Supporting Actor nominee by BroadwayWorlds Houston. Also (this isn't acting related, but I think it's pretty swell) I am an Eagle Scout.