Suzanne is a Minnesotan and a sci-fi fan – either of which can take precedence depending on the day and whether there’s lefse in the room or a new Star Wars movie coming out. She is not ashamed to admit that she enjoys 70s music. Just try to argue against Elton John or the BeeGees. You can’t.
Suzanne is also an audiobook narrator with over 350 credits from major publishers including Penguin Random House, Harper, Scholastic, Tantor, Blackstone and Brilliance.
Suzanne is passionate about audiobooks – as both a narrator and a fan. Her narrating origin story involves a figurative lightbulb and a literal couch. While listening to an audiobook she realized that her entire career – as a television reporter, writer, actor and reading-as-procrastination expert – had led to an astonishingly obvious conclusion. To Suzanne, narrating is the quintessential mix of performance and literary artistry. A union of her father’s life-long dedication to theater and her mother’s love of reading. In short, the perfect occupation for an introverted extrovert.
Read more random yet potentially fascinating (I don’t know you well enough to know for sure) details at suzannefreeman.com/bio.