#30DaysofThanks2016 Narrator Day 20: Rachel Fulginiti

Posted November 20, 2016 by Felicia S in Month of Thanks / 6 Comments

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Narrator:

rachel-fulginitiYou’ve probably heard me somewhere along the line, voicing for any number of products or services, such as Target, Kia, CVS and McDonalds, to name a few. As a voice actor, I’m best known for my natural “non announcer” announce style, as well as for funny/comedic & dry/wry reads. My voice is often described as warm, rich, attractive, hip, smart, confident, playful, trustworthy, inspiring and down to earth.

My strong background in acting informs my style, enabling me to bring copy to life in an authentic, believable and engaging way. After earning my BA in Theatre at the University of New Hampshire (cum laude), I went on to graduate from the 2 year Meisner Program at the School for Film and Television (NYC). I fine-tuned my craft on Manhattan’s stages, doing theatre, sketch comedy and performance art for ten years before relocating to Los Angeles and transitioning to voice over.

In addition to voice acting I also narrate audiobooks, mainly in the Mystery/Thriller and Romance genres. As a storyteller, I love bringing books to life. I enjoy the creativity and intensity of becoming immersed in an author’s world and embodying the text.

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Titles I listened to by them this year:

Kingdom Come by Jane Jensen

 

Why I Liked Their Narration:

I think this is the first book I have listened to narrated by Rachel and she impressed me. I have to admit I haven’t been around the Amish but the accents seemed natural to me. Her Elizabeth was spot on. I liked her performance and would listen to her again!

 

 

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6 responses to “#30DaysofThanks2016 Narrator Day 20: Rachel Fulginiti

  1. I haven’t heard of this narrator. You now have me curious about her voices. I have been around the Amish and they do have a way about then when they talk. They have their own language which mixes English, German and Dutch and it has a weird accent.