Amy Bentley

MIDDLETOWN, Connecticut, US • 9:34 AM Local Time

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Amy Bentley

Vocal Skills

Languages

English, English (North American)

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Accents

British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), French, Irish, North American, Russian

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Voice Ages

Child (5-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Categories

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Television, Videogames, Voice Assistant

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Studio

Turnaround Time

48 Hours

Live Directed Sessions

Phone Call, Video Conferencing (Zoom, Skype)

Microphone

Audio-Technica 4040

Computer & Software

HP, Microsoft Windows 10 & ProTools 12

Special Equipment

Focusrite Scarlett Solo, Sound deadening fabric and foam

About Amy Bentley

Overview

Hi there! My name is Amy - I am an award winning voice actor and have narrated over 200 audiobooks for Tantor Media, HighBridge and Recorded Books. I am a trained actor with a dynamic range of voices, vocal ages and accents. I have been acting for 20 years, and use my experience to bring life to all of my work.

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Service Description

I can deliver a raw punch recording, or an edited mastered version of the project.

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Experience

I have narrated over 200 audiobooks. Check out my reviews on my website and AudioFile!

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Client List

Tantor Media, Recorded Books & HighBridge Audio

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Education

BA in Theater Performance from Western Connecticut State University including: four years of acting, singing, diction, voice and dialect education

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Testimonials

Title: The Education of Dixie Dupree
Review: Narrator Amy Melissa Bentley is a spunky Dixie Dupree, who is dealing with the head-on collision between her innocence as an 11-year-old and the harsh reality of her life. Her parents are divorcing, and Dixie is frequently the recipient of her unstable mother's quick rages. To preserve appearances, Dixie tells lies, but her lies entangle her in a web of deceit that even her child's wild imagination could not have foreseen. Dixie's diary offers her version of the facts, providing insights into the abuse she endures. Bentley's accents and attitudes are just right as she portrays a bright, hopeful Dixie; her mercurial mother and alcoholic father; her older brother, AJ; and relatives who add to the family's problems rather than help. Gritty writing and a brutally truthful narration make this poignant listening. S.J.H. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: DECEMBER 2016]

Review from AudioFile Magazine

Title: The Benefits of Being An Octopus
Review: Initially, narrator Amy Melissa Bentley portrays seventh-grader Zoey in a youthful timbre and an upbeat tone. However, Bentley's cheerful voice soon flags as Zoey reflects on the oppressive environment in which she lives. Zoey, like an octopus, has become expert at camouflage. She compensates for her mother's inability to function, calms her three young siblings, and learns about football to please her mother's prickly boyfriend. When a social studies teacher offers Zoey an opportunity to be part of the debate team, Bentley registers Zoey's initial anxiety. This positive change might threaten her precariously balanced life. Later, Bentley captures Zoey's resilience and growing courage to speak out. Bentley also succeeds at fully portraying the secondary characters who have an impact on Zoey's growing sense of self. S.W. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2019]

Review from AudioFile Magazine

Title: Right Where You Left Me
Review: Narrator Amy Melissa Bentley balances all the emotions Charlotte experiences as she deals with a new crush, a wavering friendship, and a difficult relationship with her mother, all while hoping her father returns safely. Bentley creates a unique voice for each of the different characters, bringing the dialogue to life. Listeners will relate to Charlotte's woes and find a new understanding of the risks that journalists take to keep the world informed. M.D. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2018]

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