Gail has recorded over 50 titles; working with Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins Audio, Dreamscape Media, Tantor/Highbridge, Blackstone Audio, Andrews McMeel, Chatterbox Audio (Audible UK), Spoken Realms, Berkshire Media Audio, and others.
Gail has recently narrated the beautiful middle-grade fiction Like Magic by Elaine B. Vickers, Dread Companion by Sci-Fi icon, Andre Norton, and The Little Black Book of Style by Nina Garcia (Editor-in-Chief Elle Magazine, Project Runway judge, and fellow BU alumna). One of her favorite experiences in the booth was narrating Robyn Schneider’s best-seller—Invisible Ghosts— for Chatterbox Audio (UK release) while earning her Master’s in Acting at the world-renowned Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (UK).
She has taught workshops at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School on Audiobook Production and Narration for the Actor, was featured as a 2021 panelist at VO Atlanta, and is a narrator and producer for The StoryLight Podcast.
She is also a commercial and animation VO talent, working with clients all over the world from her professional home studio in NYC. She has trained with Andy Roth, Roger Becker at The VO Syndicate and Carrie Faverty at The Sound Lounge. Check out a sample of her work below!
Gail is proud to be represented by Brandon Cohen at BAC Talent Management, Sandra Bishop at Transatlantic Agency for audiobook narration, and to be freelancing with Trailer Voice Artists, Lau Lapides/MCVO, Big Mouth Talent, Makers Talent, and Patti Gehring/Hoffman Talent for Commercial VO.
Gail's studio has phone-patching, SourceConnect, and idPTL capabilities.
MacBook Air - OS Big Sur
DAW: Reaper (Ocen, Logic)
Interface: Audient iD4
Studio quality headphones and in-ears
SOURCE CONNECT STUDIO
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" Gail Shalan beautifully delivers this novella--a prequel to Bischof's Cadence of Grace series... Shalan captures the sweet-tempered, shy Sarah... Shalan is also exceptional as their teacher, Mr. Davis, who is a realistic combination of tough and kind."
S.G.B. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2015]