Andrew is an honorably discharged Vietnam-era veteran who served as a Radio Communications Specialist in the USAF in both the Azores and Matagorda Island, Texas. He has many years experience as a voice over narrator of audio books, having narrated more than twenty of them, and is especially interested in narrating works of History and Political Science with his standard NPR/PBS voice. Having visited more than forty countries and lived in a dozen of them, as well as a dozen U.S. states, Andrew also does more than thirty accents.
Middle-age Male, Senior Male
Sometimes described as a Will Lyman style from Dateline Tonight, other times as "a blend of Peter Coyote and Sigourney Weaver as a curator in the museum of life," de-pending on the client's needs.
Generally an NPR/PBS voice, but with many possible accents including Tidewater, Piedmont, Mountain Southern, Boston, New York, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Arabic, having lived in all these regions and learned these languages.
Bi-lingual French with a light accent.
Non-ﬁction Audio Book Narration
History Documentary Narration
Andrew Reilly has a Master of Fine Arts in Theatre, has worked at the Shakespeare Theatre of Washington, and has done more than twenty audio books, including several Civil War histories and memoirs in different styles and accents. He has narrated muse-um pieces, as Kit Carson for example, and several documentaries. He is interested in meaningful work that engages the mind and that might improve the human condition and human history.