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Trailer British Parody NFL for CBS Sports (TV, Comedy, Character, Posh, Upper Class, Funny, Humour, Royalty)

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Voice Over • Television Ad
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Description

Antony will lift the text right off the page and bring your message to life!
He is a full time professional voice over with a neutral accent and believable style that is “both conversational and persuasive”. He has a seemingly endless supply of compelling character voices. His voice has featured in commercials, promotional audio, games, video and animations across the globe for over 20 years, on TV, radio and online, for clients including BMW, Porsche, NBCUniversal, CBS, LEGO and Aardman Animations.

His voice has been described as conversational , calm , mellow , smooth , soft , friendly , coach , wise , trustworthy , intelligent , sophisticated , classy , real , guy next door , positive , assertive , emotional , teacher , professor , amusing , caring , storyteller , inspirational , attractive , animated , corporate , educational , energetic , articulate , upbeat , engaging , announcer , character , characters , everyman , spokesperson , father , dad , executive , alpha male , educational , explainer , whiteboard , web video , internet , business , corporate , online , regular joe , casual , easygoing , technical , knowledgeable , technology , young , youthful , persuasive , laid back , edgy , sarcastic , humorous , professional , reassuring , straightforward , easygoing , blue collar , manly , soothing , tough , playful , uplifting , attitude , high energy , intellectual , sophisticated , dynamic , comforting , narrator , strong , sincere , mysterious , deep , relatable

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), England - South East (Oxford, Sussex)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
American things way. Welcome you once again across the home, a real big Ben Parliament and, of course, our NFL royal family. The Jag. Yuhas. That's right. We've given you carpool karaoke, and you've given us American football, and we love it. Only five of your 32 teams have yet to play in the UK, and while you may think that coming all this way is quite exhausting, last year it had no effect on the Saints, the Vikings, the JAG, you and even from eight time zones away. The rims claimed victory bangers and MASH and went on to the post season. In fact, the first ever game in Great Britain was in 2007 pen future. That season's eventually Super Bowl champion New York Giants. Then today we will come back another one of your superior slingers, Philip Rivers, who ever since the queen celebrated her 90th Crispin the NFL's most prolific TV also. And of course, we look forward to saying our first jury on your team of titans assure your Sherlock Santonio Holmes is on the case of your missing offensive line. It's elementary, Watson. So enjoy the game, and Bob's your uncle girl. Lucky top