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In Commercials: Stephen lent his voice to the award-winning Vaseline Lotion's Intensive Care “Sea of Skin” Campaign (BBH — Gold Clio Award, Silver Effie Award), Vaseline Men’s Lotion “Enduring Skin”, and Jose Cuervo’s “Guys Night Out” Campaign, and in Promo Commercials for Brian Williams’ NBC Nightly News with Edward Snowden, and “Unity for Haiti”. He has also worked heavily with Publicis NY and Publicis International, as well as agencies like BBDO, BBH, McCann-Erickson, TBWA/Chiat/Day, DraftFCB, and Cramer-Kresselt on campaigns with Dell, GM, Hilton Honors, Progressive, Sanofi Aventis, Vicks, and The Wall Street Journal.
In Audiobooks: Stephen is an Audie Award Winning Narrator who has narrated over 100 novels. He won an Audie Award for his work in the non-fiction novel American Moonshot: Douglas Brinkley retells John F. Kennedy's quest to put a man on the moon by the end of the 1960's. Other non-fiction novels include like Truth in Our Times: David E. McCraw gives a rare peak inside The New York Times, a love letter to freedom of the press, and a decisive rebuttal of Trump's fake-news slur reliving a series of hard cases; The History of the Future: Blake J Harris tells the true story of how Palmer Luckey's scrappy start-up kick-starts a revolution and sets out to bring VR to the masses, creating Oculus, joining Facebook, and leading a revolution that swept the virtual reality community; American Values: RFK Jr.’s autobiography about growing up a Kennedy that eerily echoes the issues of today; The Flying Tigers: Sam Kleiner uncovers the hidden story of the group of young American men and women who crossed the Pacific before Pearl Harbor to risk their lives defending China. Or fiction stories : A Job You Mostly Won't Know How to Do, by Pete Fromm: The perfect life eludes a young husband Taz when his wife Marnie as dies in childbirth, plummeting the taciturn carpenter headfirst into the new, strange world of fatherhood alone, a landscape of contradictions, of great joy and sorrow; or The Gardner Heist, by Ulrich Boser: Shortly after midnight on March 18, 1990, two men broke into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and committed the largest art heist in history.
Stephen Graybill's assured performance captures the author's focus on the space race and its part in the social and political complexities of the Cold War era...Graybill's well-paced delivery presents grounded depictions of key figures, including President John F. Kennedy, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and former Nazi rocket scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun."
Stephen Graybill narrates this tense thriller in a steady tone that keeps the listener engaged throughout each of its chilling assassinations … Graybill successfully voices the numerous characters from various backgrounds and their many prejudices. For those of us living in cities surrounded by tall buildings, the idea that behind one of their windows there might be a sniper is terrifying. Pobi taps into that. Graybill heightens the drama without being overly dramatic.”
Stephen Graybill uses a steady professional tone for this audiobook in which ethics in journalism and the law are held to the highest standard ... Listeners who follow the battle for a free press in a time when journalists have been called the "enemy of the people" will find themselves engrossed by McCraw's insights and Graybill's confident yet mannered narration."
...Graybill creates a feeling of Hyannisport as paradise as Kennedy recalls how he grew up with an appreciation of nature even as government figures and celebrities visited regularly. He tells the story of a visit by Green Berets with childlike glee."
...Oates also has a distinctly American voice, and Tavia Gilbert, Stephen Graybill, and Caitlin Kelly are quick to make the most of the straightforward rhythms and singular tones that can make a simple sentence sound at once brightly optimistic and devastating."
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