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  • Whitney Dykhouse
  • Narrator
  • Actor, Voice Over Artist, Audiobook Narrator, Singer
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: Michigan, United States
  • Website: www.whitneydykhouse.com
  • Available for: $200-$400 PFH
Audiobook Reel

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
A compilation of Whitney's audiobook credits, featuring a variety of ages and accents.

Whitney Dykhouse Narration

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Feminine
Performance Notes

Whitney Dykhouse Commercial

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Informed
Performance Notes

Whitney Dykhouse Spanish

Category : Nonfiction
Language : Spanish
Gender : Female
Accent : Spanish
Vocal Style : Informed
Performance Notes

Over 200 audiobook titles narrated with Brilliance Publishing, Dreamscape Media, and ACX. 15+ years experience with commercial and industrial voice over work. Bachelors in Spanish, English, and theatre from Western Michigan University. Bilingual (Spanish and English). Professional-quality home studio consists of a WhisperRoom MDL 4872 E Double-Wall Sound Isolation Booth, Neumann TLM 103 microphone, and Focusrite Scarlett Solo interface.
Audible titles: https://tinyurl.com/WhitneyDykhouse Complete resume of voiceover work available upon request.
Reviews: Narrator Whitney Dykhouse creates the perfect dreamlike tone for this lyrical novel set in Pennsylvania farm country. Twelve-year-old Sara has Marfan syndrome and needs a heart operation that her parents can't afford. When The Mister rents a cottage on the family farm, Sara and her brother, Hawk, discover that solving the mystery of why he's there could prove profitable. Dykhouse captures the expressive quality of Sara's narrative, which is full of sentence fragments and is constructed like poetry. She gives Sara just the right blend of certainty in her family's steadfast love and growing weariness with her own worsening medical needs. While Sara is the linchpin of the story, Dykhouse creates memorable voices for the eccentric array of people who also inhabit her world. AudioFile Magazine (The Great Upending by Beth Kephart) Narrators Whitney Dykhouse and Jake Mate portray Rachel Cartland and Samuel Bold, aspiring paleontologists whose fathers are famous in the field and bitter rivals. Oppel's layered mystery features a strong sense of place and two vibrant young scientists. Dykhouse and Mate bring intensity, spirited characterizations, and fresh energy to their performances. Their pacing keeps the listener's adrenaline high as the story unfolds and makes the young protagonists as engaging as their fathers are unlikable. AudioFile Magazine (Every Hidden Thing by Kenneth Oppel) Three talented narrators team up to bring the dysfunctional MacAllister family to life. Amazingly, through tone, breathing, and speech patterns, the characters are presented consistently by all three narrators. Horsey Mary, charming Margaux, shy Kate, and fireball Liddie are portrayed by Julia Whelan. Selfish Ryan is captured by Timothy Andres Pabon. The poignant voice of Amanda, the murdered girl, is delivered by Whitney Dykhouse. This psychological suspense is narrated with cohesiveness and charm. AudioFile Magazine (I'll Never Tell by Catherine McKenzie) Narrator Whitney Dykhouse provides a realistic voice for Sky. In addition, the voices of the other characters are distinct and full of life. School Library Journal (Earth and Sky by Megan Crewe)