Davina Porter has over 20 years’ experience narrating books. Her special talent for a variety of
dialects and accents has won the praise of critics and listeners alike.
A member of Actors’ Equity, Davina has appeared in many
stage productions and has won several awards. Her audio work has covered the
whole range of the written word, including the classics, histories,
biographies, romances, “how to” books and children’s literature.
The Los Angeles Times identified her recording of Madame
Bovary as “a narrator against whom all others should be measured,” while
her interpretation of Paul Revere’s horse in Mr. Revere and I was
praised as “the perfect choice for a mare of distinction and breeding.”
She has won several awards for excellence in recording and
was one of three Golden Voices of 2002 and 2003. She was also included among AudioFile magazine’s 50 Best Voices of the Last Century. In 2004 she was the proud
recipient of an Audie.
Davina is particularly well known for narrating Diana
Gabaldon’s Outlander series and in 2006 received her second Audie for Best
Female Narrator of the Year for her recording of A Breath of Snow and Ashes.