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Voice Over • Animation
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Description

Various voices and characters for animation.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

British, England - South West (Cornwall, Devon, West Country), Scottish, US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Oh, eyes sleepy. Save me. You wonder. Here. Oh, you want me? Oh, Injured snot. Sea cucumber on the loose. Repeat, INGE, it's not seek cucumber on the loose. Cee Lo. So we have closed doing? Not way. We will use them. Tow cleans your supper, huh? Let me show you how he's done. Ah, just warming up. Uh, hello, Duckie. What have you got in your basket today? Careful. You dropped something there. What are they? Breadcrumbs. They look yummy. Come on, you scurvy dogs. Let's make this error parrot. Walk the plank. What shows? He falls into the gloomy depths of the oId. Forgot he could fly. Okay, chaps, it's time to show your worth. We're off to fight the dragon. Haha. Appropriate footwear only. Please. No sandals with socks, Johnny. Ill new Biggles lots. If you don't know, Eve eats in all the cake. I was saving that for lunch. I fell off a rock when I was running away. You from the blob? Well, if you don't get out of the way, it stings you. I got away, but my crab friends are still there. Trapped in a hole in the rock. Everybody, quick, Let's head into the jungle before the monkey. Still all the bananas. Let's go, team. No, don't worry. They only yellow bananas cell. There'll be lots of green bananas left for us. You can't see green bananas now. We're not aiming to brag. None, but we Wales do have the strongest, toughest heads in the aortic. Tough enough to smash through just about anything. We make some pretty big sounds too Ready, boys? Yeah, Give your wee arms and legs inside the mine cart at all times. And if you see a wee diamond so even attempted to touch, let school.