Four Accents One Commercial

Radio Ad


This is an ad that ran for the British Beer Company where I do John Cleese (British), Sean Connery (Scottish) Colin Farrell (Irish) and a straight UK announcer.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) Irish (General) Scottish (General)


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Ah, Great Britain, the UK, London, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Baby, George, Fish and Chips. And, of course, the BBC. That's not that stodgy old daughters Radio channel, the other BBC, the British beer company never been. What are you waiting for? It's a marvellous British pub with an American address in a town near you. Now what does an Englishman or but invigorating starts authentic pub fare, then bang on nightlife? Get your tea drinking. Morgado Here are sweet Jesus. Let me find without the tour you're telling me about pub life. The pub or local, as we call it in Ireland, is the centre of town life. It's a police to relax, refuel the body and spirit, share news and be entertained and perhaps by a couple of birds and drinks. Listen up. Here's what you do. Meet your mates for 1,000,000,000 tails and invigorating stuff from New England and around the world. There are more than 50 different beers and over 18 on tap. You'll also find live music every weekend with team trivia on Tuesdays, and there's never a cover charge. You'll find a British beer company, restaurant or pub in Framingham, Manchester, Pembroke, Portsmouth, waffle and westward, with Mohr locations online at British beer dot com. Thank God the pubs and restaurants of the British beer company delivered that same atmosphere and service to Americans today kind of makes you wish England had won.