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Voice Over • Documentaries
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Description

Documentary Narrations
Versatile voice with a dynamic emotional range - from conversational and compassionate , to cool and wry , to energetic and announcer , to sturdy and authoritative

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Bob was a radio and film star in 1945 when the U. S. Unleashed the power of the atom. His TV career took off in the fifties when Jonas Salk discovered the cure for polio. In the sixties, as Martin Luther King was fighting for civil rights, Hope was entertaining. American troops in Vietnam was a part of history in a way that few men were at the end of a long career. We can all say thanks for the memories. You could say he's over 1700 years old. He has loved unconditionally, never comes empty handed and is magically everywhere at once. One night a year. Santa Claus knows all about us, so maybe it's time we uncover the real story about him. Colin Powell's astonishing career spans more than 40 years of service to his country. It's a journey that has taken him from the South Bronx to the White House. And no matter what the future holds for him, one thing is certain. Colin Powell has already made his mark on history. This'd is the extraordinary love story of Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles. It's an affair that has lasted 30 years. By the late 19 nineties, both Diana and Charles had begun to rebuild their lives apart. But Diana's sudden death was to change everything. In September 1997 the world was in mourning for the Princess of Wales and the public view the royal family as heartless. He has been heralded for exposing injustice and vilified for going tabloid. Media loves to trash him, but three networks have made untold millions off his appeal. Now in his sixties, Geraldo Rivera is still shaking things up. Geraldo says life is good.