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Steve Mize Documentary Narrator - Sincere - Engaging - Peter CoyotePBS

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Description

Conversational - Believable - Genuine - Articulate - Engaging - Sincere - Confident - Southern - Texas - Relatable - Spokesperson - Narrator - Storyteller - Authentic - Comedy - Empathetic - Informative - Knowledgeable - Charismatic - Intelligent - Cool - Peter Coyote - Ken Burns - Trustworthy

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

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

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
I watched roughly 75 movies about journalists, Kirk Douglas and Ace in the Hole. And Sam Waterston in the year of Living Dangerously, which was about Vietnam. He wrote that no journalist fell in love with Baghdad the way they had with Saigon. There was no exotic intoxication or mystique, only a deep unhealthy detachment, robert Duvall played reporter max Mercer in the natural who was responsible for thrusting Roy Hobbs into the spotlight. And then there's that great line from quiz show when john Arturo was harassed by the press outside of Congress. As Ray finds playing the intellectual Charles, Van Doren admits his guilt, ruins his family's reputation and disappears into academic oblivion. Arturo's character brokenhearted because he had misjudged charlie. While he himself was motivated by jealousy turns to the hounding press. The problem with you guys is that you never leave a guy alone unless you're leaving him alone. All reporters need a story. The who, what, where, when, how? Why the right place at the right time