How to Get a Script for a Voiceover Audition

by Johnny Kilhefner

Voice acting is a difficult field to break into. Many employers hire voice actors they've come to know from years of working together, making it tough for new actors to find work. Before auditioning for a role, it's wise to get some practice by reading scripts for the type of audition, such as narrative or commercial. Obtaining practice scripts is a simple and straightforward process.

Go to and click "Voice Over Education."

Select "Script Library" from the "Most Popular" section on the right side of the screen.

Click "Register" to sign up for free voice-over scripts. Below the login for registered users, navigate to "click here" to create an account.

Scroll to the "Create an Account" field and select a username. Input your email address and create a password. After filling in the CAPTCHA, hit the "Register" button.

Choose what type of script you want to look at from the "View Scripts" section on the left-hand side of the screen.


About the Author

Johnny Kilhefner is a writer with a focus on technology, design and marketing. Writing for more than five years, he has contributed to Writer's Weekly, PopMatters, Bridged Design and APMP, among many other outlets.

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