Pipers Job # 39727

Job Posting Details

Job # 39727 Pipers

Posted Date
Jul 27, 2011 @ 15:50
Respond By
Jul 28, 2011
Word Count
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

Announcer - Male or Female, Middle-aged sounding.

If you watch Gossip Girl, Kate’s Blair Waldorf. If you don’t, she’s the kind of wife who has 14 decorative pillows on her bed. Kate’s a perfectionist, and has a lot of pride about the quality of her possessions. When it comes to Pipers, Kate would rather cut off her right arm than admit she shops there. She kind of sounds like a young Meryl Streep - very classy.
Good Samaritan
Picture the Good Samaritan as being like Phoebe from Friends. She’s a nice person, a tiny bit kooky, but very stubborn. She thinks she’s doing a huge favour for someone and is stunned when her kind gesture is rejected.

Think Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler). She’s sympathetic and perky and tries to look for the positive. She’s trying to be understanding in her mother’s time of need, but is still human.
Estelle Getty type (Sophia from Golden Girls) dry and wry, and tells it like it is. She may not have much time left, and isn’t into sugar-coating.

3.0 SON
Not Nancy
She sounds like Kristen Wiig, (Think Kristen Wiig via Penelope skit on SNL). She is a nervous and slightly tense person; and tends to speak quickly, but wants to seem nonchalant. She’s not a good liar.
Soccer Mom
Think Debra (Patricia Heaton) from Everybody Loves Raymond. Outspoken, not into playing games - is a straight shooter. She is a bit sensitive, and can be easily offended.

Note from Voices.com:This job posting has been reviewed and approved by Voices.com staff. Voices.com recommends that you slate and name your audition file for this job posting to assist the client in selecting an appropriate candidate.

Note from Voices.com: Please slate your audition with your name and the name of the character you are reading for.

Ready to get started?

Join the #1 marketplace for voice-over talent

Need Some Help?

Contact us for help with your voice over project.