Robin Sachs

Robin was born and raised in London, England, and studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). After RADA, Robin spent time performing everything from Shakespeare to Tom Stoppard and touring various parts of the known world. His British TV appearances include Brideshead Revisited, Upstairs Downstairs, and Rumpole of the Bailey. He is probably best known in America for his role on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, as well as being in several films.

  • Hero

    By Michael Korda

    Read by Robin Sachs

    The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia

    A new biography of the legendary adventurer, who became a living myth.

    "The strength of Hero lies in its ability to analyze Lawrence's accomplishments and to add something meaningful to the larger body of Lawrence lore...Sagacious and valuable...Korda makes himself a credible authority on some of the most egregious misconceptions that surround Lawrence's story." - The New York Times

    Released January 18, 2011
    English, Abridged

  • Give Me Everything You Have

    By James Lasdun

    Read by Robin Sachs

    On Being Stalked

    A true story that chronicles the author's strange and harrowing ordeal at the hands of a stalker.

    "Narrator Robin Sachs delivers a stirring performance as he relates Lasdun's tumultuous account...he knows how to command an audience and bring the story to new heights as he manipulates his tone for great dramatic effect. Sachs is a true professional and his performance is thoroughly engaging and a testament to his skill." - Publishers Weekly (audiobook review)

    Released February 12, 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • The Darkening Field

    By William Ryan

    Read by Robin Sachs

    A shocking and exciting thriller from William Ryan, the acclaimed author of The Holy Thief.

    Starred review. "Booklist lauded Ryan's first Korolev novel, The Holy Thief, and this successor fully delivers on the promise of that judgment. Korolev is a wonderful character, a spiritual ancestor of Martin Cruz Smith's Arkady Renko, persevering amid the murderous paranoia of Stalin's Russia. The plot is intricate, the action satisfying, and Ryan's use of period detail, including the brutal 'collectivization' of the Ukraine and that region's nationalist and anarchist movements, makes for exhilarating reading." - Booklist

    Released February 14, 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • How to Survive the Titanic

    By Frances Wilson

    Read by Robin Sachs

    Or, The Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay

    A century after the disaster, a gripping new account of the sinking of the Titanic.

    "Wilson gives an absorbing account of the disaster and its cultural associations...her approach yields a rich meditation on the mere moment's hesitation that separates cowardice from courage." - Publishers Weekly

    Released October 11, 2011
    English, Unabridged

  • Skios

    By Michael Frayn

    Read by Robin Sachs

    A comedy of mislaid identities, unruly passions, and delicious disorder by the lauded Michael Frayn.

    "Sachs's bemused delivery is especially endearing as he reveals the hypocrisy of pompous seekers of universal truth, hapless grifters, and public relations professionals." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released June 19, 2012
    English, Unabridged