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Looking for bilingual Guatemalan Spanish/ English speakers

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Latin America Bureau and King’s College London are Looking for bilingual Spanish / English speakers with a Guatemalan accent, to dub a new podcast on combatting violence against women.

We need actors to interpret the voices of women working in grassroots organisations, conveying their emotions in English.

  • Acting experience is preferred
  • You must be London-based
  • Aged 30-70 (exact age ranges below)
  • Recording dates: September 1-18 and October 12-28.
  • Payment: £40 for 1 hour session

Voices needed:

  1. Guatemalan – medium-low pitched, soft voice, downbeat, determined. Age: 40s
  2. Guatemalan – medium-higher pitched voice – clear, fresh tone, direct, with conviction. Age: 30s/40s
  3. Guatemalan – medium-pitched voice, direct, matter of fact. Age: 50s
  4. Guatemalan – medium-pitched voice, distinctive, slightly croaky. Age: 60s/70s
  5. Spanish (Latin American) – medium-low pitched voice, confident. Age: 30s.
  6. Spanish (Latin American) – expressive medium-low pitched voice, warm friendly tone.

If this is you, please send a one-minute voice note introducing yourself or speaking on any topic, to wrv@lab.org.uk

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N.B. We are also looking for bilingual Brazilian Portuguese/English speakers for another episode of the podcast. See here.


For more information on the podcast and project, head to wrv.org.uk