Jennifer Van Dyck’s narration work encompasses hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres, radio plays for The Greene Space, Airwayv and BBC, documentary work for PBS, and long-form journalism for Audm. She has received three Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards and three Audie nominations. She also has extensive voiceover credits:
A selection of reviews from Audiofile Magazine:
"Jennifer Van Dyck's classy performance enhances Iris and Roy Johansen's action-packed adventure. Van Dyck's accents provide international flavor, her pacing heightens the growing suspense, and her sultry tones highlight the sexual tension between Hannah and the evasive Kirov. Van Dyck makes the Johansens' cinematic conclusion as thrilling as any James Bond escapade."
Silent Thunder by Iris & Roy Johansen
"Jennifer Van Dyck's performance adds gloss to a polished story. She uses her sultry tones, whip-smart wisecracks, and spot-on pacing to keep listeners guessing. Well-drawn characters, lots of red herrings, a thrilling surprise ending, and Van Dyck's accomplished narration make this worthwhile entertainment."
Mortal Friends by Jane Stanton Hitchcock
"Narrating with the skills of a full cast, Jennifer Van Dyck moves easily among the quirky characters and their snappy dialogue. Van Dyck dispenses the characters and events with the fluid timing of a stand-up comic." A Scent of Scandal by Carole Matthews
"Jennifer Van Dyck shares Harkness's stories of daring, romance, treachery, and drama in a robust and captivating way. Van Dyck's audio performance makes this exciting adventure tale unforgettable." The Lady and the Panda by Vicki Constantine Croke
"Jennifer Van Dyck brings the society of Victorian Britain to life with her lilting tones and wonderful characterizations. Van Dyck's narration adds spice to the mystery."
Late for the Wedding by Amanda Quick
"Van Dyck's lively narration makes kidnapping, sandstorms, buried treasure, murder, and mayhem unfold like an escapist's dream matinee at the local Bijou."
On the Run by Iris Johansen
"The story's intensity, which focuses on several generations of family and the mysterious death of a child, is matched by the ardor of Jennifer Van Dyck's narration. She is elegant in speech and diction. Her compelling energy reflects the dark atmosphere as the listener awaits the unraveling of the truth at the heart of this story."
Port Mungo by Patrick McGrath /Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award