Stefan Rudnicki has been seen in 80 stage productions on both coasts and abroad (Yale Repertory Theatre, Circle In the Square, The Knightsbridge Theatre, the Edinburgh International Festival, etc.) and over a dozen motion pictures, including "Loving, Awakenings", "Last Exit to Brooklyn", "Road To Revenge", "Rejuvenator", and "Higher Learning". Stefan has also directed over 150 stage productions and two feature films. He produced "The Delivery", a short film about audiobooks and the imagination written and directed by Gabrielle de Cuir and starring Michael York, John Rubinstein and Harlan Ellison.
In live and recorded radio drama performances, he has been heard with Robin Williams, Arte Johnson and David Carradine. As an audio narrator and/or producer responsible for the recording of over 1,000 audiobooks, he has received numerous awards, including a GRAMMY (Best Children's Album, 1999 - The Children's Shakespeare), a Bram Stoker Award (I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream), a Ray Bradbury Award (The NPR dramatic series 2000X), over a dozen Audie Awards (the two most recent for his solo narration of Lost Boys by Orson Scott Card and Hubris by Michael Isikoff and David Corn), and numerous Earphones Awards from AudioFile Magazine, including unabridged production and narration of Orson Scott Card's best-loved novels Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead and Songmaster, and for his solo narration of The Secret Lovers by Charles McCarry...Show More »
His narration of Louis L'Amour stories titled Big Country was a 2008 Audie finalist, and his reading of Tim Weiner's Legacy of Ashes was named one of the six best audiobooks of 2007 by Publishers Weekly.
Stefan was born in Krakow, Poland, and has lived in Stockholm, Montreal, New York City and Los Angeles.
After a solid intro from Hawkins, Rudnicki takes the narrating reins in this critique which measures contemporary technology against the greatest computer of all -- the human brain. The effect is an audio program with a compelling ability to anticipate the question taking form in your own brain as you listen, then answer it with clarity and sincerity.
From the author of The Dangerous Book for Boys , comes this definitive history of Genghis Kahn. Rudnicki's narration is truly engaging.
Legacy of Ashes caused quite a stir politically around the book's release. Rudnicki narrates this history of CIA flawlessly.
Ender's Game , a perennial bestseller and a science fiction classic, is a winner of the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award. Rudnicki shines in this Special 20th Anniversary Edition, which is digitally remastered and includes a full cast narration.