R.C. Bray

R.C. Bray has performed Off-Broadway, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and many stages in between. An accomplished producer and voiceover artist, R.C.'s voice can also be heard in countless TV and radio commercials. He lives with his gorgeous wife and two beautiful daughters in New England.

  • Bar-20

    By Clarence E. Mulford

    Read by R.C. Bray

    A Hopalong Cassidy Novel

    Legendary, gritty Hopalong Cassidy in one of his first adventures.

    Released Tue Jan 29 00:00:00 UTC 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • When Johnny Came Marching Home

    By William Heffernan

    Read by R.C. Bray

    Award-winning William Heffernan's vivid story of war and its effects on all the lives scarred by it.

    "Heffernan swings his vivid tale back and forth between past and present, war and peace - a neat tour de force he pulls off with admirable assurance." - Kirkus Reviews

    Released Tue Oct 02 00:00:00 UTC 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • The Coming of Cassidy

    By Clarence E. Mulford

    Read by R.C. Bray

    A Hopalong Cassidy Novel

    Action packed and full of colorful characters, this is the back-story of Hopalong Cassidy.

    "R.C. Bray is the perfect match for Clarence Mulford's seminal Western. The story unfolds episodically, and new characters are regularly introduced. Using a variety of accents and voices, Bray does well at distinguishing new characters while maintaining the continuity of the familiar cast. Reflecting the feminine archetype, the handful of female characters are high pitched and breathless. Particularly notable is Bray's adeptness with the authentic and colorful dialogue, whether it's jawing between cowpunchers or heated encounters involving six-shooters." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released Tue Jan 29 00:00:00 UTC 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • Sundance

    By David Fuller

    Read by R.C. Bray

    A gripping novel of love and vengeance starring Harry Longbaugh, better known as the Sundance Kid.

    "Bray’s excellent narration gives distinct voices to the wide range of characters. Harry has just the slightest touch of a laconic western drawl; would-be gunfighters, mobsters, city slickers, construction workers, Pinkerton agents, anarchists, feminists, prostitutes, and naive young wives are all given their own unique tone of voice. There is never any doubt as to which character is speaking. Male and female, young and old, Bray presents them all as individuals. As the action picks up, Bray’s pacing increases, and listeners are drawn ever more deeply into the adventure." - Booklist (audio review)

    Released Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 UTC 2015
    English, Unabridged