These narrators have worked tirelessly to bring you the Word of God.
Alexander Scourby was born in Brooklyn, New York. He studied journalism briefly before taking up acting. He is best remembered for being the first to narrate the King James Bible for the blind; it was completed in 1944. Scourby recorded over 500 different books during his lifetime; he considered the KJV Bible to be his most important work.
Stephen Johnston has narrated and sold more translations of the Bible than any other person in history. He graduated from college with a BA in Radio and Television, and planned to become a news announcer. In 1976 he was approached about narrating the New Testament on cassette. He has international reputation as a narrator; receiving many awards including an Emmy, the New York Film Critics Award, the National Silver Microphone Award and the Army Commendation Award.
Max McLean was born in Panama City, Panama. Due to his father's military career, 'home' included many places across the continental United States, the Far East, and Europe. He is a trained actor that gave up the theater after becoming a Christian. While attending seminary he was encouraged to use his theatrical talent to take God?s Word to the people. Max McLean is President of Fellowship for the Performing Arts incorporated in 1991 as a means to support his work of expressing faith through the dramatic arts. He is also the narrator for the Listener's Bible audio line, and speaker on the daily radio program Listen to the Bible.
Kelly Ryan Dolan is a graduate of Judson College. He has done voice-over work for the Left Behind radio drama, Sharper Video Productions, Sonlife Ministries, and Willow Creek Community Church, among others. He is currently working in youth ministry at Willow Creek Community Church in Barrington, Illinois.
Mike Kellogg is from Detroit Michigan, attended college at Cedarville Collage in Ohio. He has been with the Moody Bible Institute for over 31 years working for many years in the production area. He is now a senior announcer with Moody Radio and host of Music Thru the Night. Kellogg seeks to minister to the late-night listener, by presenting the message of Christ. Kellogg can also be heard on the two-minute daily broadcast Today in the Word. Kellogg was the winner of the 1980-1981 Religion in Media Award for his role in the dramatic radio presentation of Treasures of the Snow. He and his wife, six children and 10 grandchildren and live in Valparaiso, Indiana.
George Sarris has been a featured speaker on Biblical and family issues at conferences, churches, men’s retreats and conventions throughout the US. Mr. Sarris is an accomplished actor, narrator and spokesman for radio and television commercials, industrial films, and at trade shows for companies such as AT&T, IBM, American Express, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Sprint, and Honda.
Todd Busteed graduated with honors from Loyola University, going to work with Moody Broadcasting Network during this time. He has produced and been deeply involved in several productions over the years including Adventures in Odyssey and the Chronicles of Narnia. He is currently teaching at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.
Red Jefferies, a successful actor, narrator and radio announcer, is committed to communicating the Word of God clearly and understandably through this refreshing narration of the Bible, with 3.5 million of his Bible recordings distributed throughout the world.
Bob Souer is a graduate of Trinity International University. He has narrated documentaries, television and radio programs and commercials for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Truth in Action Ministries, PBS, Gideons International, American Family Association, Focus on the Family, Fishnet Ministries and many other ministries and organizations. He received a Audie award in May 2014 for his narration of "Leadership Secrets of the Salvation Army" for Christianpublishing.com. He is currently working full-time as a voice talent from his own studio in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA.
David Heath is veteran stage actor, performing in more than one hundred productions. He has recorded many audio books, including Christian classics by Thomas Kempis, Francis Shaeffer, and John Piper.
Steve Webb has narrated the complete Bible twice. The first time was for the Lifespring Family Bible podcast, in which he takes the listener through the Bible in one year. The second time was for the Douay-Rheims Audio Bible. Steve has been a follower of Christ since his teen years, and was called in 2004 to create the first Christian podcast. He is a full-time voice actor, husband, father and grandfather. His ultimate goal is to hear the words, "Well done, good and faithful servant," when he meets Jesus face-to-face.