“Sing in me, oh Muse, and through me tell the story.”
– Homer

Keith Sellon-Wright is a seasoned professional with a career in Hollywood spanning over 30 years.  He has had the good fortune to work with some of Hollywood’s seminal directors including Christopher Guest and Spike Lee.  His TV career includes some of the most important shows in TV history. film/tv resume   video clips

The majority of Keith’s audiobook work so far is non-fiction, (“I love what I get to learn, and truly enjoy finding and expressing the passion of the author for their subjects.”) As a lifelong storyteller he looks forward to narrating more fiction titles.
He records from a “killer” booth he built at his residence in Southern California.  The quickest way to Keith’s heart — introduce him to a great new wine!
Keith is a proud member of 

Keith is proud to serve as a “voice of the New York Times” narrating selected articles 5 days a week for the audio edition available on Audible’s Channels.
Click here to listen to some selected articles.

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non-fiction

 all measures short of war by j. thomas wright  politics
(from “all measures short of war” by j. thomas wright)


 atomic adventures by james mahaffey  science & technology
(from “atomic adventures” by james mahaffey)


 genz@work by david & jonah stillman  business
(from “genz@work” by david & jonah stillman)


 the enlightened marriage by jed diamond  self-help
(from “the enlightened marriage” by jed diamond, phd)


 atheism explained by david ramsay steele  spirituality
(from “atheism explained” by david ramsay steele)


the book of deadly animals by gordon grice  adventure & exploration
(from “the book of deadly animals” by gordon grice)


fiction

 from “villa incognito” by tom robbins  3rd person fiction, m/f
(from “villa incognito” by tom robbins)


 from “diary of a small fish” by pete morin  1st person fiction, m/f
(from “diary of a small fish” by pete morin)


 from “friends and other perishables” by dale whisman  1st person fiction, m/f
(from “friends and other perishables” by dale whisman)


 from “the fragments” by joshua ferris  3rd person short story – multiple characters
(from “the fragments” by joshua ferris)


 from “farewell my lovely” by raymond chandler  1st person noir m/f
(from “farewell my lovely” by raymond chandler)


listener reviews

I really liked Mr. Sellon-Wright's rich and melodious voice. 
-Trish

Perfect narration for great story. …the narration by Keith Sellon-Wright is absolutely perfect for the main character. Mr. Sellon-Wright also did a superb job of conveying female character dialogue. 
-Nospin_ngb

The narrator did an excellent job differentiating characters and keeping the emotion in the moment always present.
-Amazon Customer

Totally perfect for this book, this genre and in particular these characters.
-Gilly

Narrator Keith Sellon-Wright was dead on with the New England accents. He played thru each part seamless with a first rate performance. I know he is on my list of narrators to watch for in other books. 
-Sapphire Reader

Keith Sellon-Wright… uses a variety of voices, giving all characters their own unique voice. His narration brought the characters to life, completely drawing me into the story. Great job!
-LilMissMolly

The narration by Keith Sellon-Wright was fantastic, and a real pleasure to listen to.
-Michael Oberhardt