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“Do The Voice” is a musical comedy starring Lori Alan as a self-absorbed but  lovable 50-year-old famous voice over actress struggling to find true love and relevancy in the unforgiving world of Hollywood. Think “Fleabag” meets “Crazy- Ex Girlfriend” with a smattering of “The Comeback”

Lori, still in stirrups at the GYN is asked, yet again to do the voice of her famous cartoon character, Dolly the Dolphin during her annual pap smear.

Arriving home thirty minutes late for date night with her much younger boyfriend Andre, ready for “salad duty”, she finds him packing up his last box dumping her unexpectedly. A hysterical Lori chases after him in the middle of the street throwing her salad tongs at the back of his car.  


Later that day her fan obsessed, millennial ‘sexually ambiguous' neighbor returns them and insists on blowing a hit of his joint into her mouth to to make her feel better. Finding out she booked a national commercial for an online dating service adds insult to injury. As her newly single reality sets in,  Lori smashes her remote against her recently disconnected cable box and later screws the Time Warner guy.



Lori Alan, actor/writer/producer, started talking as soon as she fell out of the womb, and hasn't stopped since. Her decades-long career checks off all of the boxes in the entertainment industry. Lori is perhaps best known for her award-winning voice-over work. She starred as Diane Simmons on Family Guy, Pearl the Whale on SpongeBob: Squarepants, and she's proud to be a part of the Pixar Family voicing characters in Monsters University, Toy Story 3 & 4, and Inside Out. Some of Lori's favorite voices can be heard HERE!


She’s considered a quadruple threat, having been a long time member of the Groundlings East (Gotham City), mounting a smash solo show, Lori Alan: The Musical, she originated the role of Mae in the award-winning musical Reefer Madness in Los Angeles and she starred alongside Paul Reubens in The Pee-wee Herman Show at Club Nokia. She busted right into Hollywood and hasn’t stopped snagging roles from the gripping Showtime drama Ray Donovan, to the hilarious Comedy Central gem Workaholics, to the deliciously naughty Desperate Housewives… and every other show in between.


Hobbies include singing in the shower-or anywhere for that matter-discovering new gluten-free cookies, and creating her own content. Despite having no kids, she is a MILF.


Fia Perera, actor/writer/producer, has appeared in films with Harrison Ford and Ashley Judd and has written over fifteen plays produced off Broadway in NYC in venues such as The Labyrinth Theatre Company and Don’t Tell Mama’s. In LA she ran at the HBO Workspace, Hyperion Theatre, Comedy Central Stage and Hudson Theatre to sold out crowds and critical acclaim.


She won both a Kids First and Telly award for her animated kids’ show, Seafun For Kids. She has written and produced comedic webseries Inappropriate Fairy Tales, Ghost Shrink and Do The Voice.  Fia has also scribed several feature films.  Currently, her feature film, Mermaid, about a trans nine-year-old girl living in the deep south is in pre-production. Her vision is to continue to create TV content and films that make an impactful and positive change for animals, people and the environment. 

DARREN STEIN - Director of Pilot

Darren was raised in a celluloid family with grandparents who started a Hollywood film laboratory in 1961. He started using his father’s video camera at age ten, making short films that would become the subject of his documentary PUT THE CAMERA ON ME, featured on NPR’s “This American Life.”


Upon graduating NYU’s Tisch Film School, Darren co-wrote and directed his first feature, the coming-of-age road trip comedy SPARKLER with Freddie Prinze Jr., Veronica Cartwright and Grace Zabriskie. He went on to write and direct JAWBREAKER, which premiered at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival and earned Rose McGowan an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Villain and has gone on to become a teen cult classic. Darren is currently developing JAWBREAKER as a TV series with E! and Sony Pictures Television.


Darren has also worked in the fashion film and music video arenas, winning a Clio Award for his Fall 2013 ALEXANDER WANG fashion film. His most recent video is "Little Baby Beauty Queen” for DEAP VALLY starring Trixie Mattel of Rupaul’s Drag Race.. He has written a half hour pilot for HBO and two movies for the Lifetime network: SEEDS OF YESTERDAY, the final chapter in VC Andrews' FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC saga and THE SPICE GIRLS STORY.

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