• Hannah Bingham
  • Narrator
  • As a recent graduate at Tennessee Technological University with previous public speaking experience and a strong motivation to learn and thrive within the field of narration, I am seeking to obtain a position with the partners and authors of ACX as a narrator.
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: Tennessee, United States
  • Website:
  • Available for: Royalty Share,Royalty Share Plus or Unspecified
Range Demo

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Range: mid-range
Performance Notes
This is just a brief example of the various approaches I like to take while narrating - please feel free to review!

Smooth Talking Stranger - Narrated by Hannah O. Bingham

Category : Romance
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Feminine
Performance Notes
Smooth Talking Stranger is written by Lisa Kleypas. It is published by St. Martin's Paperbacks.

The Gruffalo - Narrated by Hannah O. Bingham

Category : Children's Audiobooks
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
The Gruffalo is written by Julia Donaldson. It is published by Macmillan Children's Books.

Hello! My name is Hannah Oniea Bingham. I recently graduated from Tennessee Technological University in May of 2021. I completed my BSN with a minor in humanities. My formal education includes coursework relating to theater, music, art, public speaking, American literature, communication, and elementary Spanish. My nursing degree has satisfied my mainly left-brained personality; however, I found my life to be lacking of creativity after the completion of my schooling. I have always had a passion for reading and theatrics, so I have decided to pursue the art of narration. I am eager to regain a better life balance, as well as to help you to complete your passion projects as well!
The Adventures of Cici and Hooch - A Guide to Teach Your Little Ones to Get Rid of Their Fears / Narrated by: Hannah Bingham
-Minor completed in Humanities -Awarded various amounts of first, second, third, and participation ribbons in 4-H categories such as: public speaking, demonstration skills, and leadership. (2009-2011) -Advanced to the regional competition of public speaking for 4-H. (2011) -Earned the certificate of Academic Excellence for Spanish I. (May 7, 2015) -Earned the certificate of Academic Excellence for Spanish II. (May 12, 2016) -Earned the certificate of Academic Excellence for Spanish III. (May 11, 2017) -Worked Carthage First Freewill Baptist Church Vacation Bible School as a music director and song leader - 20 hours (6-23-15 to 6-26-15) -4-H Song and Recreation Leader (2010-2011) -Art Club - Secretary (2013-2014) -Spanish Club - General Member (2014-2015) -Spanish Club - Vice President (2015-2016) -Spanish Club - General Member (2016-2017) - [I am the State Advisor for Tennessee HOSA, a nationally recognized career and technical student organization focused specifically on health science education and dedicated to students pursuing careers in healthcare. I first met Hannah when she served as a Tennessee HOSA State Officer, a position in which she applied, completed a screening process, and then was ultimately elected by her peers. During the year I worked with Hannah, I could tell something was different about her. She met the world and all its challenges with maturity, focus, determination, and a little bit of spunk. I believe each of these qualities show a level of leadership and ability not possessed by everyone. Hannah not only embodied these qualities during her tenure as a state officer, but she also grew into them. Hannah's maturity was highly valued as she worked with her peers to develop yearly goals and outlines. She remained focused during challenging moments such as advocating for HOSA, Health Science Education, and Career and Technical Education to local and state legislators and industry partners. Hannah's determination did not falter when she completed nearly her first two years through dual enrollment while representing Tennessee HOSA on the state and national stages. And, of course, Hannah's personality, full of sharp wit and the ability to decipher professional and personal settings set her apart from her peers. Hannah seems to combine maturity, focus, and determination in such a way that makes her an apparent leader and medical professional. Furthermore, I know Hannah pursues every endeavor with steadfastness and a genuine desire to improve the world around her.] - Pamela Sieffert with the Tennessee Department of Education