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    Hi, I am working on a new project called "The Silent Night" this is going to be a Christmas movie. The way it is going to start is I want a narrator to be reading a book which I am going to have my friends draw pictures for and then it will show a picture of a guy sleeping in his bed, it is then going to zoom into the character and turn from a fake drawing to the real scene of the movie.

    I am having one problem for some reason I do not think the narrator's voice would be good if it was an american I really am trying to find somone from UK or somewheres else with a cool voice(accent)... All you would have to read is about 10 lines at the most and I will give full credit. If anyone can help me out i would be very appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Jim

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    I'd do it... if I didn't have a monotone, drab, boring voice.

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    Marc, I doubt your voice would be bad if you have a british voice thats good enough If you want me to when were done filming this weekend I can send you the lyrics and the video so you can record it. You can even just give it a try because i doubt we will be able to find anyone else.

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    I'll give it a stab for you.

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    Ok cool, Oh yeah I forgot to ask you do you do Video as like a job? Because I have to do a Senior Research paper on what job I want to do when I'm older and I choose to do something with Video/Directing and we need to Interview somone so I was wondering if it would be ok if i interviewed you when the time comes?

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    Nope I work in pensions!

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    Nobody ever wants a nice cool broad Glaswegian accent these days.

    Except perhaps mrlipring ...

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    Well he did say UK accent. And everybody knows that we in the south east of england don't have an accent

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    Quote Originally Posted by purejammy
    Nobody ever wants a nice cool broad Glaswegian accent these days.

    Except perhaps mrlipring ...

    I'm an ayrshire boy originally, so i'm not all that much of a weegie.

    Definitely not got the voice of the average weegie anyway, god forbid. That would be pure bad, so it would.
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