Arischa Conner


Richland County, SC


  • Theatre

Geographical Availability

  • Upstate
  • Midlands
  • PeeDee
  • Low Country


Artist Bio

Arischa Conner is an actor, voice over artist, narrator, singer, mom, wife and educator who lives in the Southeast region of the United States. She studied acting at Hampton and Claflin Universities and has studied with Lon Bumgarner, Lesly Kahn, Christine Horn and Margie Haber Studios. She has appeared on numerous network and streaming television shows including the Emmy Award winning limited series Dopesick on hulu and critically acclaimed limited series’ The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey and Swagger both streaming on AppleTV Plus. She has appeared on various platforms including Fox, The CW, and Paramount +. The warmth and richness of Arischa’s voice coupled with her background in improv, acting and storytelling, allows her to bring words to life in various genres including, but not limited to, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, historical fiction, self-help, non-fiction, erotica, and a cozy romance. She was nominated for the prestigious Audie Awards and she is an Earphone Award winner for her narration of the book “Patchwork” by bestselling author, Matt de la Peña. In her spare time, Arischa loves to play her Ukuleles and sing the night away…in private (that’s why she loves to stay behind the mic). Arischa has a love for education and continues to work with aspiring actors in and around her community.

Artist Statement

As an actor and audiobook narrator, I strive to bring stories to life in a way that captivates and moves my audience. For me, the beauty of storytelling lies in its power to transport people to different worlds, to help them see through the eyes of others, and to awaken empathy and understanding.

Whether I’m performing on stage or narrating an audiobook, I approach each project with a deep respect for the text and a commitment to authenticity. I believe that the most powerful performances come from a place of truth, and I work hard to find that truth in every role I take on.

As an audiobook narrator, I understand the importance of pacing, rhythm, and tone in bringing a story to life. I strive to create a listening experience that is both engaging and enjoyable, while also honoring the author’s intent. I believe that a good audiobook narrator must be a master of nuance, able to convey the subtleties of character and emotion through their voice alone.

As an actor, I relish the opportunity to delve into a character’s psyche, to explore their motivations and desires, and to find the humanity in even the most complex or challenging roles. I believe that every character has a story to tell, and it is my job to bring that story to life in a way that is truthful and compelling.

Ultimately, my goal as an actor and audiobook narrator is to create a connection with my audience, to transport them to new worlds, and to help them see the world in a new way. Whether through the power of live performance or the intimacy of an audiobook, I believe that storytelling has the power to change lives, and I am honored to be a part of that process.