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FEMALE & MALE & AF AM Male VOICES NEEDED
Female or Male, 25-50ish.
Please read VO direction at top of script.
“VO has a difficult time breathing, struggling to get the words out. As spot progresses it gets easier, until he/she is able to do the back half of spot normally.”
We are not sure how this would sound, (breathing and light wheezing between words) therefore, we need a voice actor.
Various TV commercial or infomercial VO - Characters.
Female - Silky smooth female VO.
Male - Frenetic Male TV commercial announcer.
Male - Laid back, hippie, new age huckster type.
Male - Big voiced, staccato, hard sell announcer.
UIH VO/Anncr – Male of Female – 30-45ish. Empathetic and knowledgeable. A voice of reason.
Receptionist – Female any age, Polite but efficient.
Patient – Male - 30-50 African American. He is increasingly getting concerned that his sickle cell event is getting worse very quickly and is cause for immediate attention.
Nurse – Female, - Young Nurse, she is busy and might not be giving the patient the amount of concern and attention he deserves.
VO/Anncr. – Male or Female – 30-45ish. Empathetic and knowledgeable. A voice of reason.
VO talent can choose as many roles and they think they are suited for. Thanks.
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DIRECTION: VO has a difficult time breathing, struggling to get every word out. As spot progresses it
gets easier, til he is able to do the last half of the spot in one breath.
VO: When...when an asthma…attack comes…on…the first...the first thing…you feel
Where’s…your in…inhaler. You use it,(sound of inhaler) and though you feel better
now, you know the symptoms can come…back…at …any…moment.
Because…an in…haler..is just…a short...term
At the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System, they’re looking
at what’s causing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonay Diseases, like asthma, to find
By studying things like your genetics, what you eat, and the air you breathe,
they’re finding out where pulmonary diseases like asthma, emphysema, and
chronic bronchitis start, so they can build unique treatment paths to help make it
So you can breathe easier knowing, at U I Health, they’re changing medicine. For
To find out how to better manage your COPD visit hospital.uillinois.edu/COPD
SMOOTH WOMAN ANNCR: Take this one pill. Just one pill, and lose weight instantly!
SFX: TV CHANNEL CHANGING
FRENETIC MALE ANNCR: Ladies and gentleman! Start the south coast wave diet and
watch that weight fall right off.
SFX: TV CHANNEL CHANGING
HIPPY SOUNDING ANNCR: Try these Amazonian herbal supplements and you won’t
have to try losing weight ever again!
SFX: TV CHANNEL CHANGING
DIFFERENT ANNCR: All you need (Beat) is this one (Beat) thing.
At the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System, we understand
there isn’t ONE easy fix with weight loss. It’s complicated, it’s difficult, and it’s not
quick. Our team of physicians will design a weight management program and offer
nutritional counseling around your needs, creating a path to a healthier you. And
our dedicated bariatric surgery center provides safe, minimally invasive procedure
options. Together, we’ll treat your weight loss like your life depends on it. Because
the truth is, it does. While there’s not one quick solution to weight loss, there is one
place to get you started. The University of Illinois Health. Changing medicine for
To learn more visit hospital.uillinois.edu/bariatrics
Receptionist: Hi, what brings you in?
Patient: I’m having a sickle cell event
Receptionist: Ok, if you could have a seat right there.
Patient: But -
Receptionist: Someone will be with you in a moment.
Nurse: Hi, I'm your nurse. Aaaand? what brings you here today?
Patient: I told her I’m having a sickle ce-
Nurse: Ok, someone will be with you really soon.
Patient: I need something for the pain…
Nurse: Yes. Someone will be right with you.
VO: Waiting doesn't cure anything, waiting hurts. And if you suffer from sickle cell the last thing you should here is “we’ll be with you
shortly” The University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences
System understands the needs of sickle cell patients; it’s why
they’ve created the only comprehensive sickle cell center
in Chicago, allowing patients to bypass the ER and get treatment
immediately to help manage their pain. UI Health is also the only
healthcare center in Chicago to provide adults the long-term care
they need to help manage their sickle cell. And as the first center in
the Midwest to perform stem cell transplant to cure sickle cell with
out chemotherapy, UI Health is giving those with sickle cell both
help and hope. It’s one way they’re changing medicine. For good.
Patient: I’m having an episode.
Nurse: Come right in.
VO: To learn more about managing sickle cell visit
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