announcer for documentary

Job #31718

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Job # 31718 announcer for documentary

Posted Date
Feb 14, 2011 @ 17:01
Respond By
Feb 28, 2011
Word Count
0
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Male
Age Range
Middle Aged
Category
Documentaries

Job Description

we are searching for the next discovery channel type announcer for a documentary in development. someone who's professional, smart, confident, unafraid. think bill curtis. prefer male, middle-aged. sample read as follows:

"Hybrids are a mix of two different animals, or a mix of a human or an animal. Sometimes they can be the combination of several animals with the head of one, legs of another, torso of yet another and a tail thrown in for good measure. the Hybrids are intriguing, because they fall into several categories of history. The Ancient Egyptians worshipped gods that had bodies of humans and heads of animals. The Ancient Greeks often tell us about the stories of gods disguised as animals (or women bewitched to be seduced by animals) impregnating mortal women and the women giving birth to unusual hybrid creatures. People who angered the gods were often turned to hybrids as well. Regardless of origin, the hybrids were usually quite dangerous. The Minotaur, Medusa, Sphinx, Harpies, Satrys and Centaurs were not very pleasant to be around. Add the decline of paganism and the birth of Christianity and the hybrid becomes more than a monster, it's now a demon, usually a mix of human, serpent and goat. More powerful (now immortal) but very similar to the Greek hybrid."


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