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I've borrowed an audiobook of Stephen King's "Misery" and at the very beginning the reader gave her name. Because I've always mentally spoken her last name to rhyme with "cruise" I didn't immediately recognise the name (she pronounced it to rhyme with "cows") but as I listened it slowly dawned on me that I recognised the voice. Then I did some research. imdb doesn't list this or any audiobook, so I looked on amazon. The "audio review" of the audiobook lists a couple of films that Lindsay Crouse appeared in and they appear on her imdb listing along with Millennium, so it is our Ardis.

Clicking on the amazon link brings up a number of other audiobooks that Lindsay Crouse has done – including books by Anne Rice and Patricia Cornwell.

I'm very impressed by this – few people can do audiobooks well because they are inside a soundproof booth with no audience except the person monitoring the recording. She does have stage experience which I gather helps a lot because of the necessity to maintain the "voice" for much longer periods of time than when doing movies. So far, her reading of "Misery" is very good – there's the need to put on a creepy voice at times whilst not over dramatising the rest.

She is certainly very talented and it's a pity that she wasn't in more episodes of Millennium, but looking at her imdb listing, she's always been very busy so perhaps she wasn't available if/when the producers had wanted to bring her back.

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