Inger Tudor – Narrator


All In: The Fight for Democracy (film)

Alpha (film)

Black Boys (film)



Dumb Money

Fall of the American Empire (film)

Guava Island (film)Hanna (series)

Happiest Season (film)

Happy End (film)

Herself (film)

Jack Ryan (series)

Land (film)

Let Him Go (film)

Megamind Rules (Peacock)


Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Amazon)

News of the World (film)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (film)

Over the Moon (film)

Promising Young Woman (film)

Proud Mary (film)

Puzzle (film)

Secret Magic Control Agency (film)

Secret of Kells (film)

Shots Fired (series)

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Sylvie’s Love (film)

The Burnt Orange Heresy (film)

The Chi (series)

The Equalizer (series)

The Fabelmans

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (series)

The Godfather (II & III)

The Greatest #AtHome Videos (series)

The King’s Speech (film)

The Neighborhood (series)

The Photograph (film)

This Is Personal (film)

Thoroughbreds (film)

Tulip Fever (film)

Victoria & Abdul (film)

Welcome to Marwen (film)

Where’s My Roy Cohn (film)

Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody

Wilmore (series)

Yesterday (film)

Inger Tudor grew up in Cincinnati, OH and Valencia, CA and attended Harvard College and Harvard Law School, where she enjoyed acting and directing, and political and cultural activism. After law school, she joined a Boston firm that closed shortly thereafter due to a failed merger. Realizing that she really wanted to be an actor, Inger got her SAG card in Boston doing commercials and industrials and then moved to New York, where she worked in voice-over and commercials, as well as performing in local and regional theatre and international tours. She moved to England for a year to study classical theatre at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Upon finishing her course, she returned to New York and then moved to Los Angeles where she has been blessed to play numerous roles on television and in film and theatre, as well as a range of voice-over roles from video game characters to the announcer on Divorce Court.

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