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Description

Brady carries a fun, friendly, and informative style to his in-show narrations for network and cable television shows. He's a shoe-in for reality TV, Sci-Fi, and other popular genres of shows you're seeing today.

Announcer
Television
TV
Cable
Reality
Sci-Fi
Scientific
Sharp
In-Show Narration
Network Television
Network Broadcast
Cable Television
Natural
Young
Mature
Baritone
Authoritative
Confidence
Humor
Foreboding
Drama
Urgency
Call-to-action
Anticipation
Friendly
Intellectual
Easygoing
Confident
Educational
Knowledgeable
Narrator
Storyteller
Buddy
Dude
Teacher
Docent
Guide
Guy

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American, US General American (GenAm), US West Coast (California, Portland), US Western

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Well, it's the final day of this three day crash, and Jeff and Misty's master bedroom transformation is ready for the big reveal. Our room now is reading a beautiful wall with their house craft completed. Now all these newlyweds need to do is kick back, relax and enjoy their new modern oasis. Richard and Dennis are in Louisville, Kentucky, with a bag of cash to check out a lead they got on a 1970 Ferrari. Is it car? Looks good. All the original parts and tools are in place, so now it's time to settle on the price. But will the numbers add up? Until its discovery in 1976 scientists didn't even know the mega mouth shark existed. This monster shark, one of three known filter feeding sharks, migrates vertically from the deep depths of the ocean to feed on krill. It has 50 rows of tiny teeth on each job, but only the 1st 3 rows are functional. Chef Maria Maldonado is preparing a Guatemalan specialty specific to the region. I've eaten that before. Tom Alito, or little Tamale, is traditionally made of masa and wrapped in corn husks. It's the oldest documented food of the Mayan culture and one of the most delicious. No, your eyes are deceiving you, and it's not magic. This illusion uses lights and lenses to make objects disappear. It all starts with four lenses in a camera. The area between the Lindsay is known as Let's take an even closer look at how it actually works.