Bill Lord is the fresh new voice in voiceover and audiobook narration. His first audiobook project, Robert Jeschonek’s Scifi Motherlode (released Spring 2014), was a collection of 18 short stories, requiring the creation of more than 100 unique characters. It was an ambitious beginning, but one that quickly established Bill's abilities as an actor. He has gone on to narrate increasingly challenging titles, including Stephen Besecker’s The Samaritan, which is currently being adapted as a feature film by Mace Neufeld (The Equalizer, The Hunt for Red October, Invictus).
Bill coaches with Johnny Heller, Carol Monda, and Sean Pratt and has participated in training sessions with Robert Fass, Kathe Mazur, Paul Ruben, Paul Meier, and Tavia Gilbert. He also teaches Edge Studio’s Investigate Voiceover class in Washington, D.C.
His most recent credits include the thriller The Deadly Trade by Ken Morris (his second performance for Bancroft Press) and Six Short Stories (his third sci-fi project for Pie Press Publishing).
Bill has lived in Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Virginia Beach, Washington, D.C., and on Cape Cod, MA. This gives Bill a wealth of experiences and people to draw upon when creating characters and points-of-view for his audiobook performances. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Joya, whom he met in third grade. While they have each had previous marriages (and didn’t marry until 2008) Bill and Joya have found true love, which they share with their amazing orange wonder-cat Thomas J. “Tigger” Schmiggens.
Unique traits: Warm, friendly, and just a little mischievous.