A Short Psychological Horror/Drama Needs Talent + More Voiceover Jobs

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Finding your next voice acting job just got easier—thanks to this go-to roundup. Each week, we sift through our casting calls to find the very best voice acting opportunities that are hiring right now. From a short psychological horror/drama to a fictionalized crime podcast, here’s what’s casting this week. 

“Paper Walls”

Casting is currently underway for “Paper Walls,” a short psychological horror/drama about a washed-up actor who moves into a seedy Hollywood apartment in a desperate attempt to cling to his dreams, only to overhear voices in the vents plotting a murder— or worse. Two male voiceover actors, aged 35 or older, are wanted to play a pair of voices in the vent. Recording will take place in West Hollywood in June. Pay is $150 for four hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

Fictional Audio Stories

Voice actors are wanted for Dipsea, a female-founded app and story studio that produces fiction audio erotica that is feminist and believable. Asian voiceover talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted at this time. Talent will work remotely. Pay is $200 per hour.

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Thriller Audio Podcast

Two male voiceover actors, aged 25–60, are wanted to voice a doctor and a patient in a thriller audio podcast. Recording will take place in Hollywood with the date TBD. Pay is $50 for five hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Who Killed Alaska?”

Casting is underway for “Who Killed Alaska?,” a fictionalized crime podcast about an unsolved death and a series of strange supernatural occurrences. Voiceover talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for four roles in the project. Additionally, the production is hiring a script doctor/story planner. Talent will work, rehearse, and record remotely. Pay is TBD (undisclosed by the production) with lead roles designated to receive a percentage of all project earnings.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“On The Blue Table”

Star in “On The Blue Table,” an experimental hybrid fiction-documentary animated short film about two mini-astronauts on a strange planet (this is the fiction part) who come across a series of messages that people have recorded. Two voiceover actors, aged 18 and older, are wanted to play the lead roles of David and Rashida. Talent will work remotely. Pay is $150–$200 for approximately two hours of work.

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Short Story Audio Narration: “Ghetto University”

Casting is underway for an audio narrative based on the comedic short story “Ghetto University” by Maurice Carlos Ruffin. A Black male voiceover actor, age 30–45, is wanted to voice the narrator and lead the role of James. Talent will work remotely between May 23–June 3. Pay is $200 per day for two days of work.

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Corporate Medical Video, Voiceover

Weber Shandwick is seeking voiceover talent, aged 18 and older, for a medical corporate video. Talent will work remotely. Pay is $350. 

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“The ’92 Lady Kats”

Casting is underway for “The ’92 Lady Kats,” a short documentary about a girls’ high school basketball team in a small town in Indiana that in 1992 won over a city and changed the way women’s sports are played. A female voiceover actor, age 18 or older, is wanted for the narrator. Talent will record remotely by June 10. Pay is $100–$200 for three hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Tureycuyo”

Join the cast of “Tureycuyo,” a short film about a teenage, lab-created girl who quickly learns that she won’t be accepted in her adoptive world, but her resulting route demonstrates that transcendence from ingrained societal prejudice, fear, and jealousy can be achieved. Two voiceover actors, aged 32–35, are wanted to portray a news anchor and announcer in the project. Additionally, talent, aged 15–70, is wanted for on-camera roles, including the starring role of Kolibri. Filming and recording will take place on May 28–29 in Homestead, Florida. Pay is an estimated $125.

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“Uncle Jimmy TV Show”

Casting is underway for “Uncle Jimmy TV Show,” a series about an uncle taking care of his niece. An American female voiceover actor, age 12–26, is wanted at this time. Additional, Black and Latinx male actors, aged 18–45, are wanted for on-camera background roles. Filming will take place in L.A., dates TBD. Pay is $135 for five hours of work.

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“Strange Trails”

Casting is underway for “Strange Trails,” an investigative audio drama that follows two podcasters from Los Angeles as they investigate a small town in West Virginia that is plagued by a serial killer known as The Shadow Man. Voiceover talent, aged 18–69, is wanted for multiple roles in the project. Recording will take place on June 20–29 in the L.A. area. Pay is $150 per day.

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Audio Series, Golden Years

Talent in the L.A. area, aged 55 and older, who consider their best years to be still ahead of them are wanted for an audio series. Pay is TBD (undisclosed by the production).

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“Get Well Pals”

Join the cast of “Get Well Pals,” an animated virtual reality series featuring four loveable characters who demystify medical topics for kids in a hospital. A male voiceover actor, age 20–60, is wanted to voice the role of Front, a gentle giant. Talent will work remotely. Pay is $100–$300.

Want this gig? Apply here.

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