Tongue Twister list for Actors
Around the rugged rocks the ragged rascal ran.
Big black bug bit a big black bear and the big black bear bled black blood.
Can I cook a proper cup of coffee in a copper coffee pot?
Don’t doubt the doorbell, but differ with the doorknob.
Eight gray geese in a green field grazing.
Free thugs set three thugs free.
Grey geese in a green field grazing.
High roller, low roller, lower roller.
I wish to wash my Irish wristwatch
Jingle jungle jangle joker.
Knit kilts for nasty cold nights.
Little lucky Luke likes lakes, lucky little Luke likes licking lakes.
Monkeys make monopoly monotonous.
Next nest will not necessarily be next to nothing.
Only royal oily royal oil boils
Peter Prangle, the prickly pear picker, picked three perfectly prickly pears.
Queen Catherine wakes the cat, the cat quietly cries.
Red Leather Yellow Leather
Some shun sunshine. Do you shun sunshine?
Three thick thistle sticks.
Unique New York, Unique New York, Unique New York.
Vincent vowed vengeance very vehemently.
Wayne went to Wales to watch walruses.
Xylophones exist or so existentialists insist.
Yoda met a Yeti on the Plains of Serengeti.
Zoologists illogically love to read astrology
Actors need to warm up their voice before any performance. Even an interview with an industry professional is a type of performance. And if you want to impress, you have to enunciate and pronounce almost perfectly.
Before you audition find the tongue twisters and say them out loud over and over. Commercial scripts have lots of tongue twisters. “Have you ever tasted the fun, feisty, fabulous, fantastic, flirty, fruity of a orange drink” might be the copy for you to learn.
Tongue twisters are a great way to warm up and they are fun too. Mae Ross’s favorite, she does in her acting class is:
The Big Black Bug Bit the Big Black Bear…And the Big Black Bear Bled Black Blood
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