Amanda is a New York City based actor, improvisor and voiceover artist, who has recorded over 100 audiobooks. She has an MFA in acting from Brown University, and is a member of Actors’ Equity.


Born in Astoria, New York, but lucky enough to have been transplanted to sunny Orange County, CA, Amanda’s upbringing was a perfect mix of East meets West (And by East she means bagels, not sushi).


Amanda loves to develop new plays and musicals. She has workshopped new work with Trinity Rep, Pipeline Theater Company, Soho Rep, Marginal Man Theater Company, The Lark Play Development Center, Playwrights Rep, Brown University and many more.


In addition to stage and film work, Amanda can be heard voicing hundreds of characters in over 100 audiobooks for Audible, Inc., AudioGo (BBC Audiobooks America), Blackstone Audio, John Marshall Media, HarperCollins, and Tantor Media.




Kendra for

April 18, 2018

Amanda's voice can be heard throughout the new Gimlet podcast, Sandra,  starring Kristen Wiig, Alia Shawkat and Ethan Hawke. Amanda plays 'Kendra', a snooty Alexa type bot 

House Team at the People's Improv Theater

February 01, 2018

Amanda was cast as a performer for the house team program at the People's Improv Theater.  Her team, The Murder Police, performs every Monday night at 9 PM as part of the Super Free Monday night lineup at the PIT. 

June 14, 2017

Amanda will be playing one of three Andy Warhol in John Aldous and Lucas Segall's new electro-pop musical as part of Ars Nova's annual ANT Fest. Click here for tickets! 

The Last Roller Coaster Ride at Dixon Place

June 01, 2017

Amanda will be performing in a staged reading of Chris Nelson's fabulous new play. directed by Aubrey Snowden. 

For tickets and more information click here. 

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"Entrancing... full

of sass and sexiness."

- Theatre Mirror


Final thesis performance at Brown/Trinity. An original piece based on my experiences in drama school, coupled with moments of Patti Smith's personal journey to find herself as an artist... with some Shakespeare thrown in for good measure.


"Samantha Who"

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is a voiceover artist and earphones award winning audiobook narrator, best known for her work on Victoria Aveyard's The Red Queen series for HarperCollins. She has narrated over 100 audiobooks for Tantor Media, BBC America (Audiogo), Audible, HarperTeen, Podium Publishing and Blackstone Audio. 





Commercial Voiceover Reel

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Excerpt from Victoria Aveyard's best-selling Young Adult Fantasy, The Red Queen:

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Excerpt from Jaci Burton's romance,

Dare to Love:

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Excerpt from Lidia Yuknavitch's debut novel,
The Small Backs of Children
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Excerpt from Alex Mar's non-fiction title,
Witches of America.
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Visit for a list of books narrated by Amanda.


While Dornet delivers Avery's curiosity and unbending character with grace. I advise giving in and binge-listening to this audible treat.

Audiofile Magazine

The way Amanda gave life to all these different characters, the way they speak and act, just made the story all the more interesting. Her voice helped me get immersed in the story even more as a reader. Not only does she sound really nice, she made the story even more engaging than it already is. When she changes her voice to switch to a new character, it's a wonder how she's able to give life and emotions to so many different people, to sound distinctly different each time she lends her voice to another person. Oftentimes, I'm in awe.



Review of Crewel (Crewel World #1) by Gennifer Albin

Narrator Amanda Dolan delivers diverse voices without losing momentum, and the power of her performance is intense.


Audiofile magazine

Review of The Small Backs of Children by Lidia Yuknavitch

Narrator Amanda Dolan uses strong, modulated tones to convey Mare's long-held disdain of the Silvers, who use their powers to subjugate the Reds. When Mare's life is threatened, she's thrust into into several deadly plots and deceptions. Dolan narrates significant secondary characters with varied inflections, leading listeners to specific conclusions — until a shocking betrayal leaves Mare confronting the unknown.

Audiofile Magazine

Review of The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

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