Amanda Brewer

Amanda Brewer

Member for 5 years
"Natural, Gentle, Youthful - American Accent Narration"

My voice and vocal style has been described as natural, pleasing, and sweet.

I use my talent for narration and voice work in a variety of different settings including movie theater features and showtimes, podcasts, and audiobook narration. I've narrated a podcast of women's poetry that is available on Itunes, and I'm currently narrating the classic book, The Scarlet Letter, which is written in old English and requires British character accents. Early in my career, I was the lead vocalist for several bands and utilize my musical ear for current voice over work. My career trajectory is towards educational voice over, e-learning for kids and documentaries. My schedule is flexible and I can accommodate most hours required for a given project. I absolutely love voice over work and I look forward to expanding my repertoire and working with you!


Since 2015, I have studied with the Tennessee Voice Over Exchange who holds monthly meetings, taken narration workshops in some of Nashville's Music Row studios, and self trained as well.


- (2017- present) I am currently the voice of the Phone and Go movie Information Line for thousands of movie theaters across the US and Canada for JackRoe, Inc.
- Narrator of 6 audio books currently available on
- Podcast of Women's poetry called The Lamplight, available on Soundcloud and iTunes.
- E-learning, and educational explainer videos for various companies


Content of a sensitive nature that requires a delicate delivery such as for non-profits, political campaigns, matters of health.
Narration that requires a smooth delivery that will support and not distract from the visual content such as documentaries, museum tours.
Narration for children's books or children's e-learning.