In this July 20, 2015, file photo, actor Jake Gyllenhaal attends the premiere of "Southpaw" in New York. Gyllenhaal is one of many actors lending their voices to audiobooks.
In this July 20, 2015, file photo, actor Jake Gyllenhaal attends the premiere of "Southpaw" in New York. Gyllenhaal is one of many actors lending their voices to audiobooks. Evan Agostini Invision/AP
In this July 20, 2015, file photo, actor Jake Gyllenhaal attends the premiere of "Southpaw" in New York. Gyllenhaal is one of many actors lending their voices to audiobooks. Evan Agostini Invision/AP

Stars of stage and screen add voices to audiobooks

September 26, 2015 06:13 AM

UPDATED September 25, 2015 03:44 PM

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