Eunice Wong

Eunice Wong Audiobook Narrator
Intuitive. Intense. Intelligent. Specializing in warriors, brainiacs, & seekers.

Eunice is a Juilliard-trained, award-winning actor + narrator - she’s recorded full-length solo narrations for Penguin Random House, Audible Studios, Harper, Tantor, and more, and performs professionally across the US.

Paul Alan Ruben, who directed her for a PRH book, calls Eunice “an exceptionally talented, intuitive actress & storyteller [who] connects the listener to every emotional nuance in the author’s words.”

Born in Toronto, Canada, with parents from Hong Kong, she’s “audiobook-fluent” in Cantonese, French, & Mandarin, with a smattering of Russian - picked up during the summer she lived in Kyrgyzstan with nomads. (Her Canadian accent was poonded oot of her at Juilliard, but still available on request.)

Eunice is always open to books that aren’t ethnically-specific.

Having lived in Manhattan for years as an actor, home is now Princeton, NJ, with her family and two retired racing greyhounds living their best peanut-buttery life.

Eunice has taught poetry in a men’s super-max prison, swum with stingrays, and, during a Lakota Sun Dance at Pine Ridge Reservation, received a blessing with her kids before the Sacred Tree. Eunice has chanted at 4AM in a New Mexico desert monastery, and spent deep time with a rescued dairy cow named Faye.

And though she’s a hardcore introvert, she can go on and on about sentient sci-fi androids, handstands, the link between body and emotions, how human nature can lead to atrocities, ST:TNG, or the transcendence of a string quartet busking in Penn station at rush hour.

Just ask her.

Mystery-Suspense, 1st person - [Alone in an old house where her best friend died; what's that noise upstairs?]
YA Adventure-Fantasy (Asian-inspired), 3rd person - [A headstrong warrior princess faces her sword master.]
Sci-fi, Emotional Connection, 3rd person limited - [Why is the computer's default voice so painful for the young boy to hear?]
Memoir, Comedy-Drama, Chinese accent, M-F, 1st person - [What happens when a Chinese-Canadian teen locks out her schizophrenic mom?]
Sci-fi, Character Voice Dialogue, 1st person - [Will the old beggar tell the synthetic nanny where the missing child is?]
Nonfiction, Popular Science, 3rd person - [Which animal gave us the human voice?]

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