• Eric Michael Summerer
  • Narrator
  • Dynamic and Friendly Narrator and Character Actor
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: Connecticut, United States
  • Website: www.ericsummerer.com
  • Available for: Royalty Share Plus or $200-$400 PFH
Character Dialogue - The Storm Weaver and the Sand

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Rough/edgy
Performance Notes
From The Storm Weaver and the Sand by Sean Williams. Teen arguing with biological father.

Character Dialogue - The Devoured Earth

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : Australian
Vocal Style : Male narrating a female part
Performance Notes
From The Devoured Earth by Sean Williams. Female goddess of Australian decent conversing with male Australian twins.

Nonfiction Narration - The Classical Music Experience

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
From The Classical Music Experience. Excerpt describing Haydn.

First Person Narration - Marley and Me

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
From Marley and Me by John Grogan.

Multiple Character Conversation - The Westing Game

Category : Mysteries & Thrillers
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
From The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. Multiple characters, including female.

First-Person Narration - Those Who Went Remain There Still

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
From Those Who Went Remain There Still by Cherie Priest. Narrator is Daniel Boone.

Multiple Character Conversation - Stark's War

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Raspy
Performance Notes
From Jack Campbell's Stark's War. Multiple military characters, including female, in combat situation.

Teen and Adult Character Conversation - Gods of Manhattan

Category : Teens
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Deadpan
Performance Notes
From Scott Mebus' Gods of Manhattan. Conversation between teen narrator and adult character.

Paranormal Narration - Dark Dream

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Brooding
Performance Notes
From Christine Feehan's Dark Dream

Sci-Fi Narration - Childhood's End

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
From Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End - 2009 Audie Nominee

Teen Character Conversation

Category : Teens
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
From Jumpman: Rule Number 1 - Don't Touch Anything by James Valentine Demo Recording

Eric Michael Summerer is a voice actor and producer whose voice has been heard in countless commercials and instructional recordings. A graduate of Syracuse University, studying both TV/Radio/Film and Theater, Eric has served as narrator for hundreds of audiobooks, including Ken Kesey's Sometimes a Great Notion, Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End and Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. Interactive media credits include Mytran Wars, King of Fighters 2006, and Metal Slug 3D. Eric is the voice of the companion apps for One Night Ultimate Werewolf and Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game. In addition, Eric serves as co-host and announcer for the top-rated boardgaming podcast The Dice Tower. He also authored The Primary Source Library of Famous Composers, a series of books for children about Classical music. In his spare time, he loves playing designer board games and attempting the sport of curling. Eric lives in Hamden, CT with his wife and two sons.
Audiobooks: Childhood's End (Arthur C. Clarke), Sometimes a Great Notion (Ken Kesey), The Westing Game (Ellen Raskin), God Bless You Mr. Rosewater (Kurt Vonnegut), Way Station (Clifford D. Simak), Camouflage (Joe Haldeman), After the Downfall (Harry Turtledove), Just How Stupid Are We? (Rick Shenkman), Dark Universe (Daniel F. Galouye), Gods of Manhattan (Scott Mebus), Dark Dream (Christine Feehan), Stark's War (Jack Campbell), Stark's Command (Jack Campbell), Stark's Crusade (Jack Campbell), Flotsametrics and the Floating World (Kurt Ebbesmeyer), Needle (Hal Clement), Close to Critical (Hal Clement), Orphans of the Sky (Robert Heinlein), Revolt in 2100 (Robet Heinlein), Make Room! Make Room! (Harry Harrison), Witness to Roswell (Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt), At Empire's Edge (William C. Dietz), Bones of Empire (William C. Dietz), Fast Times at Fairmont High (Vernor Vinge), Those Who Went Remain There Still (Cherie Priest), Here Comes Everybody (Clay Shirky), Monster (A. Lee Martinez), The Water Secret (Howard Murad, M.D.), Saint Maybe (Anne Tyler), A Personal Matter (Kenzaburo Oe), Grouped (Paul Adams), Dragon Season (Michael Cassutt), The Books of the Change (Sean Williams), The Books of the Cataclysm (Sean Williams), Merits of Mischief: The Bad Apple (T.R. Burns) Interactive Media/Animation: King of Fighters 2006, Metal Slug 3D, Secret Files 2, Mytran Wars, B-17 Fortress in the Sky
Audie Nominee (Science Fiction 2009, Childhood's End) "In Eric Summerer's capable hands, the plot of Childhood's End is smoothly presented and fully credible. He highlights the patient nature of the Overlords, which has caused humans to become ever more complacent. Summerer excels at delivering the aliens' quiet and intensely engaging dialogue with people. His nuanced performance creates a growing feeling of uneasiness in the listener as the Overlords' insatiable curiosity and watchfulness begin to suggest something less than benign at work." (AudioFile) AudioFile's Earphones Award - Burning Chrome, Master Assassins God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater - Kurt Vonnegut Narrator Eric Michael Summerer does a fine job of capturing the story's wide-ranging emotions. Summerer displays an inherent ability to portray rousing characters who are, at times, intentional caricatures of themselves. Ultimately, Vonnegut's classic still seems fresh, thanks to a spirited reading that listeners will find entertaining. L.B. © AudioFile 2008 Just How Stupid Are We? - Rick Shenkman With aplomb and composure, narrator Eric Michael Summerer presents all the cogent points, such as the average voter's lack of knowledge and the dumbing down of the political system. Another reader might have turned this into a ranting screed, but Summerer maintains an even keel throughout, helping listeners to understand just how much American voters need to learn in order to better exercise their right to vote. K.M. © AudioFile 2008