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About Erin as a narrator                                    About Erin as a teacher and coach

Erin Moon (aka Felicity Munroe for all romance) is a professional AEA/CAEA/SAG/AFTRA actress. She is an award winning narrator who started her career in Audiobooks as  director and editor btwn theatre gig in NYC since 2005, narrating exclusively since 2009. She is an award winning audio book narrator well over 200 novels for Audible.com, Recorded Books, Tantor Audio, Brickshop Audio, John Marshal Media, Lyric Audio, Common Mode, Deyan Audio, Blackstone, Pete Rohan and Hachette.

 

Awards:

The Sisters Red (Earphones & Best YA Books of 2010 Awards from AudioFile Magazine)

The Carnival at Bray (Earphones Award)

Finding Winnie (Earphones award)

Featured Article in the Globe and Mail

www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books/article-how-canadian-voice-actors-are-cracking-the-booming-audiobook-market/

 

Erin is celebrated for her faculty with accents and singing in books having narrated entire books in multiple southern accents, general American, Canadian and British as well as frequently portraying characters with Irish, French, Italian, Scottish accents and more.

 

She has also narrated non fiction for world renowned Yoga and holistic health authors. Erin has been seen on L&O SVU, Off Broadway and in regional theatres in the USA and Canada. She is a 5 time contributor to the Good Life Project podcast and was a guest on the Superwoman Chronicles and Together Guide Podcasts.

 

Erin is also an ERYT 500hr and IATY 800hr Yoga instructor teaching yoga instructors all over the world and the co-creator of the Yoga Project with World Spine Care. After 13 years in NYC she now lives and records in beautiful Vancouver Canada.

Erin has taught workshops and been a speaker for Audible.com and Brick Shop Audio as well as teaching on going workshops at On The Mic VO training school in Vancouver Canada. www.onthemictraining.com

Erin was adjunct faculty in the movement department teaching Neutral mask to well over 200 students at the renowned American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) for 2 years before leaving New York City where she lived and performed for 13 years. 

She is also an audition coach.