Alejandro Ruiz

Membro dal 2 anni
"I'm the voiceover wunderkind."
Alejandro Ruiz

I am the youngest current bilingual audiobook narrator for the archives of the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. I've recorded over 100 books for them in the last 3 years of my contract with them, all before the age of 25 and while continuing to work in various other mediums. My voice can be heard in a myriad of podcasts, radio plays, video games, animation projects, and national commercials.


The short answer? On the job.
I'm a classically trained stage and film actor who has had the good fortune to have worked with many amazing actors - from Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon to Jack Black and Laura Dern, to the entire voice cast of Bethesda's "The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim." After one very fortunate audition, I quickly developed a career in voiceover.


My achievements are many and I'm not sure I'm one to rank them hierarchically. Among them are the following: I've narrated hundreds of books for the Library of Congress archives (the thought of my voice living on long after I'm dead in a vault underground somewhere is both terrifying and inspiring). I've been the voice of the National HIV Prevention campaign for the CDC for the last 3 years. I've voiced a handful of superheroes - which, as a child that grew up on comic books, was a total dream come true. I've partnered with two world-renowned authors to narrate the audiobook productions of their multiple-title series. I've been fortunate enough to connect and work with many of the voice actors who inspired me most as a child.


I sing (tenor) and often edit my own work (whether it be commercials, audiobooks, or music).
I'm also able to translate copy for Spanish language markets and have a multitude of Spanish voiceover credits.