Cyndi Richards

Cyndi was originally led toward acting from an early age and studied for 6 years at The Toronto School of Drama for stage, improv and radio technique. There is no doubt that her parents were huge influences as she was introduced to the entertainment business observing her father, Bill Richards, musical director and well know jazz and studio violinist on the Canadian scene and her mother, Billie Mae Richards, who created within a lengthy career, the much loved voice of 'Rudolph' in the 1964 Christmas classic with Burl Ives.  Cyndi has the love of performing in her DNA.  

For 20 years, she has been co-owner of Soundhouse Studio, with her husband composer/producer and keyboardist, John Jamieson.  

Cyndi is hired for session work in narrative and character voiceover plus as a background and lead vocalist.  An example of clients she has worked with through Soundhouse and other production houses range from: African Lion Safari, Westjet, Dimpflimeier Bakery, Penn Center and Lynden Park Malls, Gino's Pizza, Ontario Place "The Buster and Billy Show", TV and movie lead vocals, with live gigs on Breakfast TV as well as concert venues such as Molson Amphitheatre and Toronto Centre For The Performing Arts.