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English, (Can also read Welsh), Well-spoken, slight Welsh lilt. Calm.

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Voice Over • Audiobooks


This sample is my of own work, written for presentation at a funeral.
My voice genres include motivational, humorous, inspirational and sympathetic. I am looking for remote-based only voice work, but am happy to consider all projects.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British, Welsh


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the wheel turns by Amanda Anderson to All in Los and those who grieve some words to share with you. Our time on Earth is finite. A job we come to do were given time. Who knows how long our choice is, how we live? Do we take? Do we help? Do we try to give our life an open book for sure to write in glorious tales of contribution and support When structure maybe fails? We never know from day to day who travels with us on one day we are holding court. The next someone is gone. This is the way, and all we know is when we lose that soul, we find it inconceivable will ever then feel whole. But just be gentle with yourself. Accepting times have changed. You're caught up in a mile storm. Now things have rearranged. You must know this. You will come through. You'll find a smile again. There's not a rule book nor time scale, but it's not if, but when. Don't believe that person is gone. They've only left this space. If you close your now sad eyes, you still will see their face. It's really tough. I know this well, we humans, though, are strong. Let the honest feelings flow to you. These do belong Time may not heal but you will find a new way then to be But just for now emotions rain unwelcome stormy sea talk If words are helpful cry when tears flow but never lose the site that onwards You will surely go We don't display expiry date So when our moment shows this shock, despair to love ones left This is how it goes this time will pass the wheel turns You'll come back to your flow Our loved ones do not leave our heart They never, ever go