Sample Scripts

Alexa Skill Example Voice Over Script

For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Alexa Skills

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, target market, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices. So, if you’re looking for a voice actor, the next time you post a job on Voices, you’ll have an idea of how to format your job posting in order to get the best auditions back. This formatting helps voice actors to better understand the vision you have for your project, and bring it to life in their read.

For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts

Feel free to use these scripts for practice reads and demos! Keep in mind that, when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read. For example, a 5 to 7-second read of a 15-second script will suffice for your audition.


Family Feast to Go

Voice Age:

Middle Age


Male or Female

Job description:

Family Feast To Go is a service specifically geared towards families and individuals who want to order in larger quantities, including those who wish to have leftovers the next day. Through the Family Feast To Go Alexa Skill, you can order dinner for pick up or delivery. We offer meal choices to our customers that are healthy, easy to serve and of course, delicious. Food servings come in meals of 4 servings, 6 servings and 8 servings.

Our brand is known for providing incredible value, along with supporting healthy living. However, we also pride ourselves on our technology. We are the first company of our kind to offer wholesome, quick meal ordering and delivery nationwide, via our Alexa Skill. As such, Family Feast To Go is a company that’s positioned at the intersection between traditional values and new technology.

Our main demographic is composed of older millennials, who are parents of young, school-age children. Our clients mostly come from dual income families, where both parents are working outside of the home, and great value is placed on creating an easier way to feed their families healthy meals.

Art Direction:

For this role, we’re looking for a voice actor who can serve as the brand voice for an Alexa Skill.

The right voice for this Alexa Skill is a friendly voice that appears to remember the customer each time the skill is launched. However, our brand voice also needs to embody our values and sound like our target demographic. For this job, the voice is described as middle-aged, however, consider this range to be approx. 35-45. The tone of voice should convey warmth and be caring with a smile, in an approachable, down to earth tone.






Warm, Friendly


English (North American)


US (General American)

Word Count:

162 words, 121 words, 49 words

1-Minute Alexa Skills Voice Over Script Sample:

Hey there! It’s good to hear from you again. Ready to order? Please choose one of the following meals:

The Chicken Meal

The Vegetarian Meal

The Gluten Free Meal

Prompt one: Okay, thanks for choosing the chicken meal. Please let me know which serving option you would like from the following list:

Four servings

Six servings

Eight servings

Prompt two: Great, I’ve got you down for eight servings of the chicken meal.

Andrea Collins

These audition files were recorded by real Voices members, as part of Voices’s Mission Audition Podcast. In this podcast, the team at Voices exposes what exactly makes a good (and not so good) voice over audition. Listen in to this episode to hear how experts have critiqued each performance, and discover who ‘won the job.’

Prompt three: What time do you want to eat?

Prompt four: We can do that. Your food will be ready for 5:30 pm. Will that be for pick up or delivery?

Prompt five: Wonderful! We’ll deliver your meal to your house for 5:30 pm. How would you like to pay? By using the card we have on file, or paying by cash or credit at the door?
Prompt six: Easy peasy. We’ll charge the card on file. All you need to think about now is enjoying your dinner. Thanks again for choosing Family Feast To Go!

40-Second Alexa Skills Voice Over Script Sample:

Welcome back!

Are you wanting to change, update or cancel your order?

If change: Okay, what would you like to change on your order? Right now, your order is listed as eight servings of the chicken meal.

You got it! Your order has been changed to four servings of the gluten-free meal.

If update: Okay, what would you like to update on your order? Currently, we have you ordering four servings of the gluten-free meal.

No problem. Your order has been updated to six servings of the gluten-free meal.

If cancel: Okay, are you sure you want to cancel your order of six servings of the gluten-free meal?

Order canceled. Would you like to order another dish instead?

15-Second Alexa Skills Voice Over Script Sample:

Thanks for checking in on your order.

Your order of six servings of the gluten-free meal has been made and is on the way.

Prompt one: Would you like to order another meal?

Prompt two: Would you like to review your past orders?

Prompt three: Would you like to get a breakdown of the ingredients of our meals?

The driver is currently on Lisgar and Fifth Street East, and will arrive in approximately eleven minutes at your home address of one-twenty-one Elmwood Ave.

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  • Avatar for Joseph Dean Coburn
    Joseph Dean Coburn
    July 21, 2019, 5:19 am

    I may have done the first one of these in the U.S. in 1975, in Denver, for a siding firm. Every question could be answered, Yes or Yes. So, in the end people either bought siding or they hung up.

    Now, it’s a thing.


  • Avatar for Raaj Babu R
    Raaj Babu R
    July 28, 2019, 5:34 am

    It’s very helpful to groom our skills to become a voice artist expert.

  • Avatar for Alfred K. Nippert, Jr.
    Alfred K. Nippert, Jr.
    August 9, 2019, 10:53 am

    I have been out of the loop for the last few months, surgery etc. intubation caused some issues.
    This looks exciting. How do I join up? Do I need to do anything? Are there extra fees?
    Please advise.
    Thank you,

  • Avatar for Linda Lee
    Linda Lee
    October 30, 2019, 2:23 pm

    I copied and pasted the following three sentences from the info above. However, when attempting to find where to do what is suggested, I struck out. Please advise. “These audition files were recorded by real members, as part of’s Mission Audition Podcast. In this podcast, the team at exposes what exactly makes a good (and not so good) voice over audition. Listen in to this episode to hear how experts have critiqued each performance, and discover who ‘won the job.’”
    Where is this podcast??????? Thank you.

  • Avatar for Noel Noah
    Noel Noah
    June 2, 2021, 6:26 pm

    Thanks, for these samplers. Very much interested in re-entering the Multimedia field as Voice-Talent.

  • Avatar for Jessica Walkuski
    Jessica Walkuski
    October 13, 2021, 5:17 pm

    How can I break into the voice acting industry? I have no experience and limited studio equipment. What should I focus on to land my first audition? Investing in equipment before I land a part doesn’t seem logical. Also, I believe I am good with my voice, even though I have only used it to read on podium at church and over the phone as a Customer Service Representative. Should I list those as past clients?

    • Avatar for Niki Clark
      Niki Clark
      October 14, 2021, 8:52 am

      Hi Jessica,

      This is a tough one because, while it doesn’t seem logical to invest in equipment, the high quality recordings clients expect can’t be captured on your cell phone, for instance. So, not that you need to invest heavily in equipment, but we do suggest getting yourself an entry level mic like a USB mic as well as become comfortable with editing audio recordings in a production software (Called a DAW—stands for Digital Audio Workspace) so that you can edit out some of the imperfections in the recordings. There are a few free DAWs out there that are easy to get started with, you can read about them here.

      The church and customer service rep settings offer some really great experience with getting the gitters out! They wouldn’t necessarily be clients. Continue to use those moments to practice your voice over skills for sure, though! You can also begin to listen to the vocal qualities of every radio and tv commercial you hear, too!

      Lastly, play around with some sample scripts. Give them a read through, record yourself and listen back on how you sound, and try to learn about your vocal qualities so that when you set up your Voices profile you know whether or not you have a warm and friendly voice, or an instructional and informational tone, for instance.

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