Television Narration - Jennifer Tophoney



Documentaries and television series narration

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American (General) North American (US Mid-Atlantic)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
while some animals suffer. Yellowstone's early winter weather. Selma and her pup chase are in their element. But the fun and frolic are soon to end as their river home begins to freeze up. Selma is still teaching chase to fish Chase. Taking mom's dinner isn't quite fishing. The window is closing for chase to learn some vital life skills before they have to move toward warmer waters. Sometimes the saying good fences make good neighbors isn't an absolute truth. It's like a little slice of heaven in the country. When the rawlings moved in next door to the races, it seemed like the best of friendships was budding. We all go along and tried to do things together, but before long things started to get rough and nobody had any idea how far they'd take it before it was over. Lenore. North Carolina would see the bloodiest nights it had ever known. Who knew Megan could move that fast. Oh, shoot. Oh my God. Oh, that's too hot. Well, I suppose a flambeed filet inspires untapped reflexes and still this might not top Aidan's. What did that fish ever do to you. Disaster. I believe that this dish is one of the worst that we've seen today. They're racing to be the best of the worst and are neck and neck. She has stuff scattered everywhere. If becca hasn't learned to ask for details. When husband dale and brother Bart say we'll take care of it. Then she really doesn't have room to be shocked when they decide to take care of the mold problem on the property is Exterminating Westberg with three transistor radios, a gallon of chicken grease and a bag of M eighties boom town baby something. She tries to sort out on her way to the emergency room after dale calls with an all too familiar you should come artisans, makers, brewers and bakers. They all have a home in this reimagined industrial complex just a few minutes from downtown Detroit. This is the former Switzer manufacturing facility. This is Advent Square and the first and best person to talk about this amazing space is the re imagining himself Clive buck mill. Currently, we have 170 tenants in this north end, stunning art world renowned confections. A day of food and fun abound in this fully reimagined complex in its new life as Advent Square.