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Helen Moore-Gillon

Madison, New York


Voice Over Video Narration + 22 More
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Sasha Goguel

Brighton, United Kingdom

Gaming - Character - Accent

Voice Over Videogames + 7 More
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Natasha Arancini

London, United Kingdom

Friendly, Welcoming IVR/Phone Recording - Australian

Voice Over Telephone + 19 More
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Alaina Wis

Chicago, Illinois

Australian Commander/Soldier | Female Video Game Character | Middle Aged, Young Adult

Voice Over Videogames + 19 More
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Ed Kelly

Detroit, Michigan

Business Demo

Voice Over Video Narration + 21 More
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Sheila Williams

New York, New York


Voice Over Elearning + 19 More
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All About Australian Voices

Crikey, mate! Do you need an Australian accent? Pronounced with a nasally twang and twisted vowels, Australian English is the product of the intermingling accents of numerous settlers in Australia. Often mistaken with the Kiwi accent, you know you’re speaking with an Australian voice when all sentences end with an upward inflection, and the endings of words are curbed—for example, when the ‘T’ is dropped from the end of the word “right.” You’re bound to find your Australian accent from the voice actors here.