George Sarris, Contributing Artist

George SarrisGeorge Sarris, a master of the art of storytelling, has provided excellent professional narration for three videos: Looking for the Reference Point, The Painted Lady, and People or Targets. We are so honored to utilize his smooth-as-velvet voice to convey the stories told by people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) to a broad audience of art enthusiasts.


 

Actor

George W. Sarris is an accomplished actor, narrator and spokesman for radio and television commercials, industrial films, and at trade shows for companies such as AT&T, IBM, American Express, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Sprint, and Honda.

Mr. Sarris is the narrator for the 2011 revision of The Holy Bible, New International Version by Zondervan Publishing House.

Author

George W. Sarris holds a Bachelor of Science in Speech from Northwestern University, and Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Mr. Sarris is a popular blogger on his own site, http://www.georgesarris.blogspot.com, and for ChristianPost.com. He is the publisher of EcclesiastesBySolomon, in cooperation with the International Bible Society. And, he is the author of a soon to be published book addressing the issue of ultimate destinies. The working title of the book is: The Doors to Heaven.

Speaker

George W. Sarris has been a featured speaker on Biblical and family issues at conferences, churches, men’s retreats and conventions throughout the United States and Canada.

Storyteller

George W. Sarris has developed a unique, one-man show entitled, The World’s Greatest Stories. The texts for the stories he tells are taken directly, word for word, from the Bible. They are told, however, using the art of a dramatic storyteller. The live performances of these stories have been enthusiastically received by a wide variety of audiences at conferences, in churches, at Christian schools and camps, and for local community events. The CD’s and DVD’s are enjoyed by many thousands of people.

You can get more information about George Sarris here.