Charles Constant

Charles Constant

Member for 6 years •
"The difference between being heard and just being listened to."

I am a British trained American stage actor and have been part of the Actor's Equity Association (the stage actors' union) since I was a teenager. I have appeared in professional productions of Shakespeare, musicals, opera; comedy, drama, farce, you name it.

If you need an "everyman" voice, I can do that. If your material is better served by a more formal sound, I can do that. If you want people to laugh, great! I used to write for stand-up comedians and I know how to handle comedy. Drama? Of course. A recent reviewer of one of the audiobooks I narrated writes that my performance made her weep. In other words, I am a trained, experienced actor, so if your project requires great acting, it's what I do.


I am currently working with Nancy Wolfson at Braintracks in Los Angeles. In addition to my extensive acting training, I also studied voiceover with the legendary VO performer, Ted Liss in Chicago. I have also trained with Pat Fraley, Louise Chamis, Huck Liggett and Cynthia Songe.


I narrate a lot of non-fiction audiobooks, titles dealing with anything from economics to theology to ornithology, and I have a knack for making "dry" material accessible and interesting to listeners. A useful skill for e-learning and medical or corporate narration. I do quite a bit of fiction as well, which requires a broad range of vocal and emotional flexibility.

Some regional radio spots, a number of explainer videos, one medical narration video and some corporate training narration. You can also hear me on Netflix and ABC. The National Park Service is a repeat client.


I am a trained singer. I have performed in musical theater, opera, choirs and solo cabaret performance.