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Robin Miles

Voice Actor / Director
Blood Cotton - National World War I Museum and Memorial 6/9; ShakesRumble 6/9

With more than 200+ audiobook titles, director and Golden Voice, Robin Miles, seems born to do voice work and brings tremendous talent and experience to both sides of the glass. Her awards include multiple Audies, Ben Franklins, Audiofile Earphones, and a 2009 Grammy nomination. Her voice has been chosen for Audiofile Magazine’s Best Voices of 2008 (fiction & non-fiction), Publishers Weekly Best Audio, and Best of the Best Kids Audio. Her clients include Audible, BBC Audiobooks America, Hachette, Harper Audio, McMillan Audio, Penguin, Live Oak Media, the Department of Homeland Security, and Brilliance Audio, among others.

An accent specialist with a love of language and literature, Robin skillfully guides celebrities & authors, veterans & novices through archaic historical texts, contemporary, even poetic works with equal skill. Her award winning titles span across genres, including Roots (non-fiction), Here in Harlem (poetry), The Lincoln-Douglas Debates (historical non-fiction), Hollywood Station(contemporary fiction), Midnight Robber (Sci-Fi), and My Secret War (children’s).

Before starting Voxpertise®, Ms. Miles was Assistant Professor of speech at SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Theater, taught acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse, ESL at Kaplan's NY International Center, and coached upper level managers for Merrill Lynch. She currently teaches at Pace University. Robin holds degrees from Yale University, the Yale School of Drama and a certificate from the British American Drama Academie in England.