Yuri Rasovsky has worked professionally in theater and broadcasting as actor, writer, director and producer since 1970. Since he founded the National Radio Theater (1972-1987), he has created hundreds of radio productions heard on commercial and public radio outlets around the world.
Yuri is currently a contributing editor at AudioFile magazine and the executive producer/director at The Hollywood Theater of the Ear.
He also works as a columnist, reviewer, cartoonist, humorist, freelance writer, editor, audio producer and arts manager.
Long resident in Chicago where he was affiliated with prestigious fine arts station WFMT, Yuri Rasovsky currently lives in Los Angeles with actress Lorna Raver.
Two George Foster Peabody awards
The Grammy Award
Five Ohio State awards
Nine APA Audie® awards
Four Major Armstrong awards
Two Corporation for Public Broadcasting awards
Four Publishers Weekly Listen-Up awards
The Independent Publishers Audio Award
The Gabriel Award
The Joseph Jefferson Citation
The NFCB Golden Reel
Mark Time Lifetime Achievement Award
SFWA Bradbury Award
"Rasovsky's directorial genius lies in his orchestration of passion and restraint." — Variety
"An acme of the audiobook genre." — Publishers Weekly
"...superb..." — The Los Angeles Times
"...absolutely brilliant..." — The Chicago Tribune
"...first rate, gripping drama..." — Playboy
"All great fun. And a considerable slice of it, for the professional listener and radio devotee, arose from the knowledge that American radio is still capable of mounting such an ambitious dramatic production and such a successful one." — The London Times
"Compelling." — The Christian Science Monitor
"A feast for the ears." — The Los Angeles Herald Examiner
"A top flight and imaginative producer." — Change
"Outstanding." — ForeWord magazine
"...unique and wonderful." — Kliatt
"Yuri Rasovsky—who wrote and produced this superior experience—must be a genius." — AudioFile magazine
"Yuri Rasovsky may not be a household name, but within the industry of theater and audio theater, he is the most honored 'audio dramatist' in the U.S." — Audiobook Cafe
"Audio theater at its very best." — Robin Whitten, This is Audible
"...one of the most accomplished audio dramatists in the world today." — John Weber, LodesTone
"Moron!" — Mama Rasovsky