Callie Beaulieu is a NY/CT based audiobook narrator and self-professed vintage gal with a love for narrating fiction and non-fiction titles alike.
A mature voice that draws on a life marinated in travel, adventure and experience, Callie delivers performances infused with gravitas, humor and over 30 years of experience as an actor and storyteller.
Outside the booth, she enjoys flea market hunts and thrift store visits to satisfy her vintage housewares addiction as well as a passion for experiencing new places near and far.
Callie has a particular love for cozy mysteries, women’s fiction and self-help titles although she finds non-fiction of all genres gratifying and feels she has become a better human all around through the titles she has narrated.
MIC: Audio Technica 4040
DAW: Pro Tools (Punch & Roll)
Interface: Focusrite 3rd Gen
Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 230 OHM
Computer Specs: HP 10 Pro
Izotope RX8 Elements
Delivery: 44.1 KHz mono 16/24 bit audio
Google Drive, Dropbox, WeTransfer, Box, FTP, email
American (southern, ozark, boston, new york)
British (cockney, RP)
French; Irish; Russian/Eastern European
if you need it, I have a dialect coach on speed dial!
comfortable with pronunciation in
May 2022 AudioFile Earphones Award
2019 Sultry Listeners Award
Findaway Voices/Orange Sky Audio
Scholastic Audio/Weston Wood
Areas of Knowledge:
Acting, Ballroom Dancing, Crisis Management, Fashion, Figure Skating, Film, the Grateful Dead, Hospitality, Judaism, Kayaking, Living Abroad, Scuba Diving, Shakespeare, Snorkeling, Theatre, World Travel
What AudioFile is saying...
The Fashion Orphans, Randy Susan Meyers and M.J. Rose “Narrators Mia Barron and Callie Beaulieu are a dynamic duo in their portrayals of estranged half sisters who are reunited after their mother Bette's passing....Beaulieu narrates the Gabrielle chapters and demonstrates range when a rough New York accent quickly replaces a character's upper-crust pronunciation in anger.” AudioFile Magazine
Pathways to Wellbeing, Susan Brooks-Young & Sarah Armstrong "Narrator Callie Beaulieu makes the wise choice to speak quickly and purposefully. This direct approach inspires listeners to change their psychology and physiology through shifts in both thought and physical posture." AudioFile Magazine
Oath of Honor, Lynette Eason “...Callie Beaulieu's listeners will be treated to a worthy narration of this audiobook. She performs the story instead of merely reading it, lending coherence to the listening experience and making it feel as though the listener is a witness to the events that unfold.” AudioFile Magazine
What authors are saying...
The Slow Midnight on Cypress Ave, Mike Figliola "When I heard your rendition of the Goldie chapter I laughed a ton and even cried a little - what a performance. You brought it to life in a way I could only have dreamed of. You were Goldie. Thank you for caring about my book and being so talented. Amazing." Mike Figliola, Author
The Country Club Murders, Julie Mulhern "Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful job you're doing making Ellison come alive!...I have folks on FB who are huge fans of yours...you've done such a marvelous job with the Country Club Murders, Thank you!" Julie Mulhern, Author
Blonde Rattlesnake, Julia Bricklin “...Callie, I finally had a chance to listen to my book, and I wished to say THANK YOU for doing such an excellent job!” Julia Bricklin, Author
Death in the Family, Tessa Wegert "You did such a wonderful job with the book...such a beautiful job with the narration" Tessa Wegert, Author
My Family's Survial, Aviva Gat "Thank you so much for your hard work and wonderful job." Aviva Gat, Author