Monday, August 18, 2014

Beyond the Gate is now an audiobook you can buy on!!!

The life of an actress is a topsy-turvy one. Especially if you're a working, independent actress. Keeping track of everything from auditions to email responses to renting cars to editing that video game juuuust right. Just the other day I got the video games I'm working on mixed up and sent in lines that had a British accent instead of the American one I was supposed to use!! I make a looooot of to-do lists ;) Couple that with having a job or two on the side to fill in the gaps and there's just not a lot of time! Now, I am not complaining! I LOVE what I do!! The uncertainty, differences in every single day, and the amazing people I get to meet and interact with are so life-sustaining to me! And I'm working hard towards that goal of being able to only do voice-acting and acting full-time. A dream I've had since I was 9 years old.

Speaking of living the dream, my first audiobook can now be bought from!! In a few days it will also be available on iTunes and Amazon  'Beyond the Gate' is written by the amazing, ever-patient, Terri-Lynne DeFino!! (Also, every time this audiobook is the first purchase of a new Audible member, I get a nice bonus so please help a girl out! I do have to pay rent, eat, and hopefully soon buy a car, lol) Thanks loves!

I'll be back soon with links to the audiobook on Amazon and iTunes ;)

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Reviews from 'The Cat Lady' and 'Hopes Identity'!!

I'm going to upload these reviews to a more permanent part of my blog, buy for now, here are some rad reviews of some of my work from various people!!! :-D

'Brittany Williams also gives a highly memorable performance as Mitzi, Susan’s terminally ill friend and lodger. Their relationship is the driving force of the entire game – it will make you laugh, it could make you cry, and it will almost certainly deliver a healthy dose of heartache.'
                         -Marty Mulrooney for

'The voice acting is tremendous, which is crucial because there is so much of it during the game’s nearly nine-hour playing time.....The gravelly-voiced Mitzi presents a combination of world weariness and energy in the face of tragedy at the same time.'
                       -Merlina McGovern from

'TCL's voice acting is first-rate. Particularly outstanding are Lynsey Frost as Susan, and Brittany Williams as Mitzi Hunt, a young woman who plays an important part in Susan's strange journey.'
                        -Karla Munger with

"A MUST SEE FILM by Director Christopher L. Ellis!  Brittany Williams pulled off the dramatic ending to compliment the satirical humor of the film. The Reggie Bush's of the world may think twice before playing "a white girl"...Bitter Black Women will get a mirror held up & uncomfortably close...being racist against inter-racial couples out of Baby Mama drama or jealousy- ain't a good look soul sista!   Williams light up the screen with her ingenue. Not only does this starlet have great comedic timing, but Williams is humble and a force to watch out for. Her debut performance was light-hearted yet powerful in it's honesty.

Her best moment was a botched blind date after a crushing break-up... proving she can not only make us smile but make us feel every emotion with her. In her most dramatic moments we cringe, comparing our own miss-education against her characters tough life choices. You will surely identify your own hope from this pointed new date movie...share with your parents, teens, girl and/or guy friends. A treat for all races, religions and ages. This one will have you and your boo pillow talking long after you've left the theater...  Lastly Hope's Identity has more than a few catchy original music scores! Marcus may have left his ex for a white girl, but heroine Cynthia certainly ain't no gold digger...standing by her man in a portrayal, of the every woman, that would surely make Ms Lorretta Lynn tip her hat!  MOVE OVER Drew Barrymore, America is bound for a new sweetheart! Bravo Miss Brittany!"
-Alicia Hope Alexander with Rip Raw Entertainment

'A story heavy game like this can stand or fall on the quality of the voice acting, I will say the quality is good overall, failing briefly with one character and holding a high standard with both female leads. Talking of the leads I do have a bias, I'm totally in love with the voice of Brittany Williams.'

Thanks everyone!! ;-)