Robert Blumenfeld lives and works as an actor, dialect coach, and writer in New York City. He has worked in numerous regional and New York theaters, as well as in television and independent films. For ACT Seattle he played the title role in Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser, and he created the roles of the Marquis of Queensberry and two prosecuting attorneys in Moisés Kaufman’s Off-Broadway hit play Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. He was dialect coach for the Broadway musicals Saturday Night Fever and The Scarlet Pimpernel (third version and national tour) and for Jay Lesenger’s production of Weill’s Street Scene at the Chautauqua Opera in 2008. Mr. Blumenfeld, who currently records books for Audible, has recorded more than 320 Talking Books for the American Foundation for the Blind.