4 Voiceover Gigs Casting This Week!

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Are you a voiceover actor looking for work? You’ve come to the right place! These four voiceover casting notices from this week will get you working in the studio in no time.

A female voiceover actor is needed for this gig from producer Jacob Young. The project is seeking a Seattle, Washington, area actor 18 years old or older to play a Helen Mirren-esque queen. For a quick 30-minute run in the studio, the hired talent will be paid $50.

The weekly broadcast web show from 3CK Media is casting one male and one female voiceover actor to play the lead roles of Abuelo and Abuela, respectively. Abuelo is a 70-year-old Puerto Rican man who becomes a food critic after his wife tells him she’s done cooking. Abuela, his wife, is a 70-year-old Puerto Rican woman and feminist love expert. Compensation will be provided on a weekly basis after initial rehearsals, which run June–July. The show begins in August in New York City.

Casting director Uriel Murillo is seeking a talented Los Angeles-based voiceover actor for a PSA about the dangers of texting and driving for a new California State Dominguez Hills project. The right candidate will be a male aged 18–40.

Bilingual New York City-based voiceover actors are being sought for both English and Spanish audiobooks for the Ad Council Emergency Preparedness Audiobooks campaign. Send in your audio reel and a cover letter to Ad Council’s Vice President of Multimedia Services, Kelly McBride, to be considered!

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