Mimi Tompkins is an independent producer/journalist based in New York who works regularly as a producer with television shows airing on A&E and E! Style, as well as for public and private radio. She has an extensive news background having worked as a reporter for nearly 14 years with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in New York and Paris. She has produced hundreds of culture, style and entertainment segments for television programs such as The Star Treatment (A&E); Fashion Television (E! Style) and Arts & Minds (Bravo). Ms. Tompkins is the producer and director of a pilot television program with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and writer John Lahr of The New Yorker. She lived and worked in Paris, France for nearly 12 years where she worked as a correspondent for CBC radio and television, and contributed feature articles to magazines such as US News & World Report; Elle and The Globe & Mail (Canadian daily newspaper). Ms. Tompkins was born in Toronto, Canada and has lived in New York City for the past eight years.

Jeff Woodman Jeff Woodman won the San Fransisco Critics' Circle Award for his performance in An Ideal Husband at Berkeley Rep, the Goodman Choice Award for Enchanted April at San Jose Rep, and originated the title role in Tennessee Williams The Notebook of Trigorin opposite Lynn Redgrave at Cincinnati's Playhouse In The Park. He has worked regionally at The Olde Globe, The O'Neill Playwrights' Conference, Seattle Rep, McCarter, and The Alliance, among others. He has appeared Off-Broadway in Albee's Tiny Alice with Richard Thomas (Second Stage, director Mark Lamos), The Boys in the Band (WPA), The Libertine (Theatre Row), Smiling Through (Theatre 4), etc. His television work includes Law & Order, Law & Order-SVU, Sex and the City, Cosby, Guiding Light (recurring), and others. His nearly three hundred audiobooks have earned him a People magazine "Annual Top Five" citation, fourteen Golden Earphone awards, three Audie nominations, and inclusion in Audiofile’s Top Fifty Voices of the Century.