• Suzanne Ford
  • Narrator
  • Expert audiobook narrator. Rich, full voice, excellent diction. Skilled professional stage, film, TV actor. Popular narrator at Griffith Observatory.
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: California, United States
  • Website: suzanneford.com
  • Available for: Royalty Share Plus or $400-$1000 PFH
Black Rocks and Rainbows

Category : Children's Audiobooks
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
Black Rocks and Rainbows: The True Adventures of Henry Opukahaia by Susan C. Riford. NOW DISTRIBUTED BY BLACK STONE PUBLISHING: MARCH 9TH RELEASE ON AMAZON AND AUDIBLE ... High on a cliff in 1807 Hawaii, an irrepressibly curious native boy dives into the sea and swims to an American merchant ship anchored offshore, embarking on an extraordinary adventure that will change history. Young Opukahaia (Oh-poo-kai-ee-ya) and his family are happily thriving when a bitter war between two rival chiefs tears them apart. The enemy chief adopts the orphaned boy and forces him to learn the ways of a warrior. Opukahaia manages to triumph through unexpected friendships, until a shocking accident changes his life once again. Saved by an uncle who is a “kahuna nui,” or high priest, Opukahaia becomes his apprentice. One day he sees a miraculous sight below him in the bay – “an enormous canoe with great white wings like a magnificent bird.” It is the merchant schooner Triumph out of New England, and it is irresistible. Opukahaia signs on as cabin boy. After a year of wild adventures—storms, pirates, daunting adversity, deep bonds with comrades and, most significant, the chance to master English—the ship arrives in America. Opukahaia realizes he desperately wants to keep learning but has no idea how. He is found weeping on the steps of Yale College by a kind student who leads him to the school’s President. Taken under his wing, Opukahaia becomes a scholar, and eventually creates the written Hawaiian language that is still in use today.

Exciting, action-packed science fiction thriller with great characters, high drama and a riveting story line: Pulling Strings by Nick DeWolf

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
In the top secret world of psychic Special Agent Rebecca Colt, an unprecedented threat is looming and time is running out. PULLING STRINGS audiobook is available now on Amazon and Audible.com.

Warm, fun reading by female narrator of both male and female characters in Mark Twain's classic story, "The Diary of Adam and Eve"

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
Mark Twain's wryly amusing and perceptive vision of what might have happened in the Garden of Eden, through the diaries of Adam and Eve. Whimsical, comedic and timeless.

Versatile, seasoned narrator of all kinds of books. She loves them all. "Her voice is so rich and sweet you could spread it on toast. Try it. You'll like it." ~ Bob Niemack, Producer
Extensive professional acting credits (view at IMDb or suzanneford.com). Recent audio books voiced: "Pulling Strings" by Nick DeWolf "Black Rocks and Rainbows" by Susan Riford (Young Adult) Recent film: Narrator "Signs of Life" documentary, Griffith Observatory Nonfiction audio books: "The Smart Guide to Healing Foods" "The Smart Guide to Becoming Strong and Fit" "The Smart Guide to Being Thin and Healthy" "The Smart Guide to Vitamins And Healing Supplements" Many children's stories, books, radio and TV commercials.
Best Feature (Narration), Janus Festival 2020, Jena, Germany - "Signs of Life" documentary