Portia from Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare



On the most basic level, Portia is Brutus's wife and one of the two female characters in the play Julius Caesar. She is worried about her husband, as he seems distracted and cold. She also challenges stereotypes about women when she argues with Brutus that she should know his secrets.

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Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)


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What is Brutus sick? And is it physical to walk un, brace it and suck up the humours of the dank morning? What is Brutus sick? And with he steal out of his wholesome bed to dare the vile contagion of the night and tempt the rheumy and on purge it air to add unto his sickness. No, my Brutus, you have some sick offence within your mind which by the right and virtue of my place, I ought to know off and upon my knees I charm you by my once commended beauty by all your vows of love Andi, that great vow which did incorporate and make us one that you unfold to me yourself your half Why you are heavy and what men tonight have had resort to you for here have bean some six or seven who did hide their faces even from darkness.