Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer is leading her voice to the audiobook of Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
A number of on-screen actors are lending their vocal talents to a new set of audiobooks.
The Crown’s Vanessa Kirby, Alex Kingston, Richard Armitage and Joanne Froggatt are all part of the LoveAudio project.
Actor Dennis Quaid is lending his voice to the audiobook of The President is Missing, the new thriller co-written by Bill Clinton and James Patterson.
The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln is lending his voice to a new book from Pottermore and Audible.
The Night Manager star Tom Hollander will lend his voice to the audiobook of John Le Carre’s latest novel A Legacy of Spies.
Michael Sheen has recorded the audiobook version of the first installments of Philip Pullman’s forthcoming Book of Dust trilogy.
Having already voiced the audiobooks for Cressida Cowell’s How to Train Your Dragon series, David Tennant will also be recording the audiobook for the author’s latest story.