• Rebecca Winder
  • Narrator
  • Expressive, versatile, and smart voice, adept at bringing stories across multiple genres to life!
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: Michigan, United States
  • Website: www.rebeccawindernarrator.com
  • Available for: Royalty Share,Royalty Share Plus or $200-$400 PFH
Fantasy - Multiple Character Voices - Harem

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
Excerpt from Harem Literature. Fantasy featuring monster girls.

Thriller - Female/Male dialogue

Category : Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
Intense exchange between troubled characters. Male/female dialogue.

Non-Fiction Psychology

Category : Relationships, Parenting & Personal Development
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Straightforward
Performance Notes
Straightforward, intelligent, and professional delivery of information related to neurological development in adolescence.

YA - 1st POV Female Narrating Multiple Voices

Category : Teen & Young Adult
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Youthful
Performance Notes
Female narrating Young Adult with multiple characters. Excerpt from Twisted by Time, by R.L. Perez. Versatile, emotive, and articulate.

Horror: 1st PPOV, Appalachian Accent

Category : Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Western
Vocal Style : Frightened/Terrified
Performance Notes
Appalachian dialect and accent. Female narrating spooky encounter with the spirit of her dead son, possessed by a demon. Excerpt from Cemetery Hill, by Celia Roman.

Classic - F/F Dialogue - Old Woman/Young Woman - British Accent

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : British-BBC English
Vocal Style : Refined
Performance Notes
Snobby, British aristocrat vs. clever, strong young woman. Garden scene between Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Elizabeth Bennet. Excerpt from "Pride and Prejudice", by Jane Austen.

Classic - 1st Person POV - Youthful Angst

Category : Literature & Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Brooding
Performance Notes
Resentful, bitter, wounded internal dialogue of a troubled young woman. Excerpt from "Jacob Have I Loved", by Katherine Paterson.

Western Romance - M/F Dialogue - Strong Male/Female Characters

Category : Romance
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Western
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
Demonstration of Male/Female dialogue in a Western accent. Male voice is strong and masculine without sounding forced, female voice is feminine, yet strong. Excerpt from Angel Creek, by Linda Howard.

I have been performing on stage as both a singer and an actress since I was a kid. I have good emotional range, and good comedic timing. I am highly self-motivated, and very dependable.
Paranormal/Fantasy Fiction The Sunshine Walkingstick Series, by Celia Roman -Greenwood Cove -The Deep Wood -Cemetery Hill -Witches Hollow (coming soon) -Death Omen October Fey, by Christopher M. Salas Dreaming of a Dark Christmas, by C.D. Watson Paranormal Romance The Vendetta Series, by Desiree L. Scott -Crescent Vendetta -Bear's Shadow Christian Fiction Piercehaven Series -Piercehaven: Welcome to the Island, by Robin Merrill -Windmills -Trespass Brave New Century, by various authors Commack, by Robin Merrill Grace Space: A Direct Sales Tale, by Robin Merrill Romance All That Matters, by Loralee Lillibridge A Mutual Feeling, by C.D. Watson Children's Fiction The Irish Girl, by Lisa J. Lickel
Finalist in the Sultry Listeners Awards in 2018, for Crescent Vendetta, by Desiree L. Scott http://reelroyreviews.com/2013/04/21/quick-cut-spotlight-players-production-of-barnum-and-thats-no-humbug/ "[Rebecca] Winder deserves special note for bringing comic zing to [Jenny] Lind, particularly in her first meeting with Barnum, a truly funny moment of linguistic misunderstanding akin to the finest Marx Brothers routines." Best Supporting Actress in Spotlight Players' production of "Harvey," for the role of Myrtle Mae Simmons, 2009.