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Kiwi, Maori, Samoan, Chinese and Dutch Voice Over Artists

Kiwi, Maori, Samoan, Chinese and Dutch Voice Over Artists

New South Wales, Australia

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I require various aged voices to narrate in the first person across 10 different scenarios that form one project.
The scenarios have all been shot in New Zealand and on picture lock we will record the Voice Overs in our studio at Belrose NSW. Each scenario is about a 60 second read.
These are all emotional pieces and are slow meaning full reads.
This project will appear only in New Zealand and online.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

between the 15th April and the 30 April

Job payment

Paid - $150.00 - $200 for 60 second read in studio


JOSEPH

Maori Male Voice Over Artist - Maori accent. Some dialogue in Te Reo but most in English. Strong, loyal and a deeply caring family man. Has a strong presence. Knows what he wants. A rough, deep voice. Slow, thoughtful and deliberate speaker. His sense of family runs deep, it is what he lives for and places first. When he smiles, it is slow and deliberate, it almost sneaks across his face and then his eyes light up.

Anyone, aged 46 to 55 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Ethnicity: Māori
  • Languages: Maori

BEN

Ben is 25 and has ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) . He speaks clearly but a little slow and can be repetitive. Sometimes he talks loudly. He is obsessed with the colour green. He enjoys creating lines drawings, listening to music and especially loves all things cars. He is a caring young man who wants to be as independent as possible. He doesn't like it when people try and push him around because he doesn't act just like they do. He likes and trusts his Care worker Brian.

Males, aged 22 to 28 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Accents: New Zealand

ALEKI

Samoan male. Aleki came to New Zealand from Samoa when he was 24 years old. He is a Christian and a strong family man. He lives alone in a small cottage now as he has lost the love of his life Teuila 5 years ago. Aleki likes to be independent but struggles with arthritis in his knees. This can make him sad when they stop him from getting to his favourite spot where he likes to sit and read in his wife's veggie garden. It is his connection to her.

Males, aged 70 to 90 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Ethnicity: Pacific Islander
  • Accents: Pacific Islander

GRACE

Grace has always had fire in her blood. She came from a loving family. She learnt to stand up to her brothers when she was little and her father adored her fighting spirit. She won Business woman of the year award at the young age of 35. She lost her husband, Michael 11 years ago and whilst is extremely, mentally switched on and independent, her vision and her legs are weak. She dreaded having to move into a facility but is pleasantly surprised at how well she has adjusted.

Females, aged 65 to 90 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Accents: New Zealand

JANE

Caucasian. She is deaf but not since birth. She speaks quite formally and clear as communication is very important to her. She has hearing aids in both ears. She is young and seems confident but gets stressed and uncomfortable when she is around new people who don't realise she has a hearing impairment. She can lip read and likes people to look at her whilst communicating. Jane lives in a small town as she is more comfortable out of the hustle and bustle of the city. She is 16 weeks pregnant.

Females, aged 28 to 35 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Accents: New Zealand

JULIE

Julie is a single mother that worries about everything, especially her lovely girl Sachi. She has always done life by herself and likes to be fully informed and have all information before making any decisions. She feels as she is by herself, she has to get it right. She is on the nervous side, but still a warm friendly person. She is more likely to jump around in her speech pattern.

Females, aged 32 to 40 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Ethnicity: Chinese, Eurasian / Pan Asian, Japanese, Korean, Pakistani, South Asian
  • Accents: Chinese

HERMAN

He is a wile old character at 90. He is lean and dresses impeccably, full of suave. He is intelligent and playful and all adore him. He has a strong sense of right and wrong and a huge love of family. He has always loved and practiced magic, it was his way of making his boys laugh when they were little. He now lives in a rest home. He has decided to make an Advanced Care Plan so that his wishes are known and understood by his family and his health care team. This is very important to him.

Males, aged 70 and over from New South Wales, Australia

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AMANI

Sudanese Male. Speaks with an African accent. He came to New Zealand with his wife as a refugee 3 years ago. He is extremely grateful for the safety his new country offers him and wants to start a family. Whilst his English is pretty good, he likes his wife to be with him at any medical appointments, just in case he does not understand something clearly. They are a small family in a new country and they rely on each other for advice and support.

Males, aged 30 to 38 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Ethnicity: Black / African descent
  • Accents: African

OLIVIA

Olivia has grown up on the family sheep farm. Agriculture is in her blood. She loves animals, especially sheep. She has a strong sense of family and community and when asked by her GP if she would participate in a study on mental health, well-being & safety of NZ farmers she felt this was really important as too many lives are lost in this industry. She is a very capable & straight forward young lady that is slightly head strong but you see the softer side of her when she is with animals.

Females, aged 20 to 29 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Accents: New Zealand

ANDREW

A very transparent and warm man who genuinely like his job as an Advocate for those that feel they are being treated unfairly or do not know how to ask for their needs to be met within the Health and Disability Services. He loves to empower all sorts of people to have a voice. He is supportive and helpful and people immediately trust and warm to him. He has a big friendly smile and a good sense of humor. People like to open up and chat to him. They feel safe.

Males, aged 35 to 42 from New South Wales, Australia

  • Accents: New Zealand
About the advertiser
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  • Joined June, 2017
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Listing created: 31 March 2019
Applications closed: 7 May 2019
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