• Monte "Longhaul Preacher" Pescador
  • A baritone voice with dramatic experience.
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: CO, United States
  • Website: longhaulpreacher.space
  • Available for: Royalty Share or $200-$400 PFH

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Zane Grey Vol 4 Audition

Category : Classics
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-Western
Vocal Style : Cowboy
Performance Notes
Zane Grey is a legend in Western writing, so I jumped at this one, thinking just maybe my "trucker accent" could sound good with it.

Path to Resiliency

Category : Religion & Spirituality
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
The book was up for audition earlier and has since closed, however I did it anyway because it is a subject I can relate to as a holder of a Masters in Counseling and a candidate for Masters in Divinity. It was also a chance for me to show that I can do a straight, no accent voice.

Rocket Boys

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
Read from the beginning of Chapter 3 of Rocket Boys by Homer H. Hickam, Jr. I have a bit of what I have dubbed a "trucker accent," so I accentuated it slightly for this, not as much, as they say, because it is "easier to go up than down," but because the book itself reads rural West Virginian. This is also what I would call a "first pass," working out much of the noise, breaths, and other factors, knowing the client might want other changes. This scene includes three character voices, that of the author as a boy, his mother, Elsie, and his father, Homer Hickam Sr.

A middle-aged family man, Jack-of-All-Trades and master of (nearly) two, Counseling and Divinity, as well as a second author on a scientific paper, and former Science and Technology teacher, between short order cook and road crew and scientist, philosopher and dreamer, you have a baritone voice available with a wide range of experience to tie on to. While I have not done any official theater since undergrad, graduation 1993, I continue to do podcasting and public speaking on a voluntary basis. Accents come to me primarily through immersion, so I would need a little time to dive into an accent to ensure the quality you deserve, and then they are difficult to get rid of. Case in point: my "trucker" accent. I picked that up from living with my in-laws. Take advantage of it or ask for a neutral accent. I look forward, especially, to doing children's books.

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