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Artist Profile - Penny Rawlins

Accents
American

Age Ranges
Teens, Twenties, Thirties

Voice Types
Actors/Actresses, Character/Animation, Corporate/Informative, Modern/Youthful/Contemporary, Natural/Fresh, Quirky/Interesting/Unique, Smooth/Soft-Sell, Understated/Low Key, Upbeat/Energy

Penelope grew up in Sudbury, Massachusetts relishing the life of cheerleader, semi professional ballet dancer and questionable softball player!

 

She has been working as a voice artist for nearly 20 years in all genres with an extensive vocal range from babies to grannies!

 

Her voice is used regularly in animation, narration, computer games, dubbing, continuity, English Language Tapes (spoken and singing), ADR, commercial and radio.

 

As an award winning audiobook narrator, Penelope has voiced over 170 audiobooks and was nominated by Audible for Narrator of the Year in 2013.

Favourite titles include Homeland: Carrie’s Run, Homeland:Saul’s Game (based on the CBS television series), The Lives of Stella Bain by Anita Shreve, the FBI Agent Ren Bryce Series by Alex Barclay and Unseen by Karin Slaughter.

 

Known for voicing children’s voices - Penelope has a passion for animation, and is currently voicing the lead characters Zip, Zap and Leila in Mighty Smighties and all the female voices in Captain Virat, both for Toonz Animation. She also voiced the title roles in the series of Mini Wolf and Lulu Zipadoo.

 

Penelope has worked extensively as an actress for many years in regional and national theatre as well as internationally. Favourite roles include Joanna in the national tour of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (alongside George Sewell & Patrick Robinson) and Butterflies Are Free for Vienna’s English Theatre.

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Penny Rawlins on Spotlight