The poorest-kept secret in the entertainment industry is that actors write their own bios. It's true, and they're almost always self-serving, and every time I've written one myself it's always made me embarrassed. I solved that problem by getting someone else to write this one for me!

Actor, writer and award-winning audiobook narrator Scott Brick certainly knows how to tell a store, in a way that keeps publishers, best-selling and award-winning authors, critics and the public at large begging for more.  Hailed by Audible in 2012 as their most prolific narrator, Brick has narrated almost 900 audiobooks including titles such as: Jurassic Park, the Jack Reacher series, Alexander Hamilton, the Hunt For Red October, the Passage, In Cold Blood, the Bourne trilogy, Atlas Shrugged, Helter Skelter, Fahrenheit 451 and the Dune series.

Born on January 30, 1966 in Santa Barbara, California, Brick studied both acting and writing at UCLA, and joined the ranks of working professionals upon leaving school in 1989. Lauded by critics for his stage work, Brick spent ten years with the LA-based traveling Shakespeare troupe, Will & Company, appearing in productions of Cyrano, Hamlet, Macbeth and many others, and went on to appear in films such as Hit Parade, written and directed by comic book writer and co-Ben 10 creator, Joe Casey.

During this time, Brick continued writing.  Having written hundreds of articles in a variety of genre publications such as WIZARD MAGAZINE, TOYFARE, COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE and CREATIVE SCREENWRITING, Brick was then hired by Morgan Freeman and Revelations Entertainment in 2000 to write the screen adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama, with David Fincher attached to direct.  In 2005, he collaborated with author Orsen Scott Card to adapt a collection of the author's short stories for the stage in a production titled (and printed in hardcover as) Posing as People.  

Having just celebrated his 20th Audioversary, Brick's venture into audiobooks is now considered legendary. To date he's won over 60 Earphones Awards for his narrating skills, as well as five Audie Awards, two SOVAS Awards for voiceover, and a Grammy nomination for the multi-cast recording of The Mark of Zorro (2011). After recording 250 titles in his first five years, AUDIOFILE MAGAZINE 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 article in November, 2004.  PUBLISHERS WEEKLY then honored Brick as Narrator of the Year in both 2007 and 2011.  That honor was followed up with another feature in the WSJ in 2019 and a recent appearance on the CBS Sunday Morning news show.  And the ultimate distinction - being inducted into the Audible Narrator's Hall of Fame in 2018.  Having now recorded over 900 audiobooks, Brick has no intention of slowing down. He obviously won't be happy until he's recorded every book ever published.

Born to make a killer first impression, Brick's newly completed debut novel, INSIGHT, is bound to leave people gasping for more from this innovative writer who is finally telling his own story.  No news on who will narrate the audiobook.

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