A Sample of characters written as heroes and villains. Includes smug conmen, stoic interrogators, conceited devil, a cheerful slacker, a condescending politician, and a passionate lawyer.
I contributed my voice and the audio production, but the writing was outsourced to a professional.
English (North American)
Young Adult (18-35)
US General American (GenAm)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
now listen here. If you knew what? I know you wouldn't be using that tone with me. Yeah. Oh I know that's your plan. And I happen to be very interested. Thing is I figure the police might be interested to what you're describing. Such beings have only been spoken of in legend, but this does appear to be tangible evidence. Could it really be true? I understand your experience was troubling, but I must ask that you cooperate a little while longer now. What exactly did you see? But of course you don't really need my help. The only thing is that without me you'll be stuck here for the rest of your life. But it is your decision. My my we are a stubborn one. Not to worry. I always get what I want in the end, relax. No one's going to get caught. Why do you think I've been so nice to Mr Thompson all semester? As far as he's concerned, we are the most trustworthy kids in the entire school. Oh, he can certainly try. But his whole career will go up in smoke when he sees the papers tomorrow morning. Imagine being incriminated for an affair. You didn't even know you were having ladies and gentlemen of the jury. If you care about anything that is just and right in this world, you'll hear me out. My client is not just innocent. He is a good man
Devil, Henchman, Lawyer, Politician, Teenager, Animated, Antagonistic, Cartoon, Condescending, Confident, US General American (GenAm)