• Alex Picard
  • Narrator
  • I am a professional actor, director and educator with over 20 years of experience in the field. I had some experience with voice over work in the distant past and am looking forward to returning to that and other new audio narration adventures.
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: NH, United States
  • Website:
  • Available for: Royalty Share,Royalty Share Plus or $100-$200 PFH
Fiction - Youth - Group scene

Category : Kids
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
A sample from The Ordinary Princess by M.M. Kaye. Youth fiction. Group scene with multiple characters.

Fiction - Male/Female Dialogue

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Flirtatious
Performance Notes
Sample from Twisted Twenty-Six by Janet Evanovich. Male/Female Dialogue.

Fiction - Female Dialogue

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Range: low to mid range
Performance Notes
A sample from The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. Southern. Two female dialogue.

First Person Narrative - Non Fiction

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Warm
Performance Notes
A selection from Joan Didion's The Year of Magical Thinking.

Alex Picard is actor, educator, director and all around fun human being who plays well with others. With over 20 years of acting experience, I am excited to embark on a new adventure in audiobook narration. As a mother, wife, teacher and theatre professional I am a multitasker, diligent, detail oriented and no stranger to hard work. My first love is Shakespeare and the incredible language in his works. Please see my bio here: Alex Picard, a company member with the Open Door Theatre where she has performed in many of Shakespeare’s works including As You Like It, A Winter’s Tale, King Lear, Hamlet, The Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice, and Twelfth Night. Alex served as the Managing Director of the Devanaughn Theatre Company in Boston, where she also appeared in Bella Donna, Closer, How I Learned to Drive and others. Picard acted professionally in the Boston area with such companies as The Gloucester Stage Company with Israel Horovitz in the English language premiere of his play Compromise, as well as The Huntington Theatre as a resident understudy which included serving as the understudy for Lisa Kron in Well, among other credits. She is the creator of The Hope Project: An Exercise in Listening, and developed Allowables, poetry of witness focusing on marginalized voices in the United States, with support from a grant from Project Pericles. Allowables was recognized at the AAC&U conference in Washington D.C. Picard studied at the Krannert Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she worked with Tony Award winning director Dan Sullivan, playwright Lee Blessing, and participated in an intensive residency with Ann Bogart’s CITI Company. Most recently Picard played Beatrice in Much Ado about Nothing with the Open Door Theatre Company and The Wicked Stepmother in Cinderella at Jean’s Playhouse. Picard is a Professor of Theatre at New England College and spends her Friday nights while not in production watching Netflix with her husband, the real Captain Picard, and their two children.
Most recent: voice over as Peggy in Nor'easter: Snowfall Part II. Other acting credits: How It Works with True Penny Theatre, Wicked Stepmother in Cinderella at Jean's Playhouse, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing with Open Door Theatre, Louise Seger in Always, Patsy Cline with Jean's Playhouse, Ariel in The Tempest with Open Door Theatre, Kate in Taming of the Shrew with Open Door Theatre. Many more credits and full resume available upon request!
Faculty Member of the year 2015. Arts and Humanities Faculty of the year 2016. "{Alex Picard's} stirring portrayal of Anna is one of Boston's most enthralling performances this year" - The Boston Globe. "Alex {Picard's} Anna is an affecting, low-key study of honest frustrated sensuality" - The Theatre Mirror.