About Ri Paige
From sassy to sweet, sultry to meek, Ri (pronounced “Ree”) has more than 10 years of experience in voice and stage acting. Ri mixed her passion for acting with her love of reading fiction and discovered her true calling as an audiobook narrator, allowing her to bring to life the stories authors pour their all into creating. She has lent her versatile character voices to multiple media platforms, from audiobooks to live-read podcasts and gaming streams. Ri is a natural alto whose voice ranges from mezzo-soprano to high-tenor, bringing great range to character-creation. She has been acting since a young age and has taken numerous university-level acting classes in both New York and Southern California.
Ri has been coached by some of the best narrators in the business, including Emily Lawrence, PJ Ochlan, and Andi Arndt.
Aside from her natural General American cadence, she is proficient in such dialects as General British (posh), General Southern, New York (City and Long Island), Italian, Greek and Eastern European. She is also lingually adept enough to deliver lines in Spanish, Italian and Japanese.
Ri works out of her home studio in Los Angeles, California.
Recovering from her life as a 3D engineer and Assistant Copy-Editor, when Ri is not performing inside her recording booth, she can be found causing trouble with her Patterdale Terrier, Meadow. Always a creative soul, Ri enjoys writing, pushing the limits of her culinary prowess in the kitchen, putting paint to canvas, playing video games (RPG's FTW!), listening to music, singing, and yes, she still reads to unwind at the end of the day. Ri also loves creating new microbrews to share with friends. She is far too easily bribed with natural peanut butter and Cadbury Creme Eggs (especially those imported from England), for which she remains unapologetic.
Reviews / Testimonials
"Ri Paige's narration was stellar. She captured the nuances of the characters, animations, and connections flawlessly. She breathed life into the story and made it more engaging."
— Audible Review