Browse Our Continually Growing Collection of Free Voice Over Scripts

Thousands of Voice Over Practice Scripts for Voice Actors to Practice

You are welcome to edit any of the information in these practice scripts to suit your needs.

It doesn’t matter if you are just learning how to become a voice actor or if you have been doing voice over jobs for years, using practice scripts to keep your craft in shape can be an important part of your regular routine.

Need a specific type of voice over script? We will see if we can find it for you! Do you have some that are not listed that you would like to share? Let us know!

If you want to practice your voice acting skills, these scripts give you lots of opportunity to read live on the microphone. You can also use them as inspiration for writing your own scripts.

Note: These free public domain voice over scripts are available as a resource for voice actors to practice performing voice over. They have been compiled by talent just like you who are working together to make the voice over industry better for everyone. If you have a script that you would like to submit to the script library, please let us know.

Voice Over Websites

We offer three types of responsive websites for voice actors. Everything from folks that are just starting out to full custom sites for voice over talent who need a site built around their brand. Every site we create, features an easy to use drag and drop interface, so you can update audio, video and text anytime. 

SEO Website Review 1hr/$99

We can help with Search Engine Optimization, Pay-Per-Click Advertising (PPC) and Social Media Marketing. We are constantly updating our techniques in order to stay ahead of the curve. We have established a set of best practices that will align your voice over website with the top performers in the industry. 

Home Voice Over Studio

Our experts have over 10 years of experience consulting on home voice over studios and have helped hundreds of voice talent, both new to the industry and experienced, get it right so they can set-it-and-forget-it and concentrate on what really matters in voice over; being a voice actor, not a recording engineer.