Lisa Cerezo

Champaign, Illinois, US • 8:17 AM Local Time

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Lisa Cerezo

Category Internet Video
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description These are audition sides for an online radio drama called the New Aberdeen Tapes. I was asked to read each side multiple times during the demo. I was later asked to read for a different character, and was given the part.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
You know something, Vic? If you weren't a popular radio personality, you have been run out of town years ago. You know something, Vic? If you were to popular radio personality, you would have been run out of town years ago. You know something, Vic? If you were to popular radio personality, you would have been run out of town years ago. He's keeping our streets safe, busting rackets. The cops haven't been able to touch as long as he's doing that. I don't care whose under the mask. He's keeping our streets safe. Busting rackets. The cops haven't been able to touch as long as he's doing that. I don't care who is under the mask. He's keeping our streets safe. Busting rackets. The cops haven't been able to touch as long as he keeps doing that. I don't care whose under the mask trying that again. He's keeping our streets safe. Busting rackets. The cops haven't been able to touch as long as he's doing that. I don't care whose under the mask You're not telling us everything. If the two events aren't connected, why bring them up in the same sentence? Come on, spill it. You're not telling us everything. If the two events aren't connected, why bring them up in the same sentence? Come on, spill it. You're not telling us everything. If the two events aren't connected, why bring them up in the same sentence? Come on, spill it. He pushing my buttons, Vic, and you won't have any fingers left. Keep pushing my buttons, Vic. And you won't have any fingers left. Keep pushing my buttons, Vic, and you won't have any fingers left.