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Scott Johnson, a voice-over actor with an earlier history in broadcast journalism, has covered historic events ranging from William Kunstler’s performance in the Butler-Robideau AIM Trial to documenting the tragedy at Love Canal. He’s been in on gritty stakeouts and overnight-hour drug busts; and has swooped into tornado alleys reporting back from devastated towns that all was not well.

His plan was to learn about what goes on in the world to build a solid foundation for writing novels. The plan seemed to be working. However, there was more to learn about life than what the cesspools of crime and politics could teach him. Like how to raise his two children as a single dad. He says that their surviving his flying-by-the-seat-of-his-pants parenting has been his biggest accomplishment.

In 2014 Scott was nominated as a Finalist for “Outstanding Commercial Demo Reel, Best Male Voice” by the Society of Voice Arts & Sciences (SOVAS). The NYC Voice Arts Awards gala was a night for him to remember. As Scott likes to point out, he shared billing with James Earl Jones, the evening’s Lifetime Achievement honoree. Scott adds that his own nomination was as good as a win.

Flash forward to present day’s publication of Heartstrings in B-flat Minor. Scott invites you to give “Heartstrings” a read.

Scott Johnson