Biography Demo Reel - Inspirational, Informative, Warm

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Three samples of biographies of inspirational women

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Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


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Amelia Earhart dare to go where no one had gone before. The public adored the pioneering pilot and newsreels of the day captured her every move. Yet the private side of Amelia would always remain an enigma. Helen Keller was blind, deaf and mute. From early childhood she rose above her challenges and inspired others to achieve the impossible. After World war two, she went to Japan where Children in remote villages recognized her right away and cried her name in celebration. Her story made it into remote areas of the world even before motion pictures or radio. She greatly appreciated the warm welcomes but emphasized that she wasn't different from any one of them. Eleanor Roosevelt served as the first lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945, longer than any other. She was independent and informal and brought a warm informality to the White House. She and the president waited their turn to be served at the inaugural buffet like everyone else and even helped with the serving the chief usher was astonished when she insisted on operating the elevator herself. She answered her own phone and was a diplomat activist and beloved american political figure during her husband. President franklin D. Roosevelt four terms in office