Scott Brick is a prolific audiobook narrator.
Actor, screenwriter, and audiobook narrator Scott Brick definitely gives new meaning to a hyphenate career with credits in film, television, stage, and radio. Born on January 30, 1966, in Santa Barbara, Brick studied both acting and writing at UCLA, and joined the ranks of working professionals upon leaving school in 1989. He then spent 10 years with the LA-based Will and Company, a traveling Shakespearean company that performed for schools throughout California.
Brick went on to become a freelance writer and in 2000 was hired by Morgan Freeman and Revelations Entertainment to adapt Arthur C. Clarke's Rendezvous With Rama for the big screen. Also in 2000, Brick ventured into narrating audiobooks and quickly found himself embraced by the audio world...
To date he's won over 30 Earphones Awards for his narrating skills, as well as the 2003 Audie Award for Dune: The Butlerian Jihad. After recording some 300 titles in five years," AudioFile" named Brick "one of the fastest-rising stars in the audiobook galaxy" and proclaimed him a Golden Voice. But it was the "Wall Street Journal" that sealed the moniker with a front page interview piece in November 2004. Most recently, he collaborated with famed sci-fi writer Orson Scott Card to adapt a collection of Card's short stories for the stage, which resulted in the play Posing as People, as well as completed the production draft of Rama, set to be directed by David Fincher. Earlier this year, Brick was named Narrator of the Year by "Publishers Weekly" and is currently writing his first novel, a modern-day supernatural thriller based on an 18th-century murder in New England. No word on whether any celebrities will be asked to record the audiobook.