Vivienne Leheny has narrated over 100 books for Harper Collins, Macmillan, and Audible Studio Originals, among others. She’s also been the promo voice for NBC, CocaCola, American Airlines and Revlon.
For over two decades, Vivienne has worked in New York City and Los Angeles as a professional voiceover artist. She’s recorded over a thousand promotions for NBC programming (Saturday Night Live, Nightly News, Days of our Lives, Late Night with Conan O’Brien), including over a decade with The Today Show. She’s also done promotional spots for HBO, Showtime, and Bravo. Vivienne has voiced numerous national commercial campaigns, including Coca Cola, Fruit of the Loom, Florida Orange Juice, Bristol Meyers Squibb, Maxwell House and Revlon.
Her narration work has run the gamut, from Chain Gang Girls on Oxygen to
Charles and Di: Once Upon a Time on TLC, from Fine Living’s Esquire’s Man at His Best to the six-part series Killer Outbreaks on Animal Planet, where she was the voice of the Bubonic Plague and West Nile Virus. She’s also the voice for the mysterious and disturbing “Phoenix Project” in the popular video game Assassin’s Creed, Unity.
She has built a successful and self-sustaining audiobook narration business, reading under her own name as well as under the pseudonyms of Nola Zandry and Lily Collingwood. She is currently narrating five ongoing series, in addition to various stand-alone book narrations, all of which are doing brisk sales on Audible, Amazon and iTunes.