Andy Lee records a voiceover in a makeshift home recording studio for his show The Hundred

Andy Lee reveals the unglamorous side of working for TV as he records a voiceover in a very simple makeshift home studio










Andy Lee has given fans a glimpse of the unglamorous side of working for TV.

The 40-year-old comedian shared a video of himself on Instagram and recorded a voiceover for his Channel Nine game show, The Hundred, on Tuesday.

While he may be used to being in a recording booth with professional equipment, Sydney’s strict lockdown has forced him to improvise the production.

Do it yourself! Andy Lee revealed the unglamorous side of working on TV when he recorded a voiceover in a makeshift home studio for his show The Hundred

Andy was forced to use his own equipment and create a makeshift home studio.

His studio consisted of a handheld microphone, with a small sound mixing console connected to a laptop on his lap.

Andy hit a record and covered himself with a knitted blanket to soundproof his recording.

Makeshift: Andy was forced to use his own equipment and create a makeshift home studio.  His studio consisted of a handheld microphone, with a small sound mixing console connected to a laptop on his lap

Makeshift: Andy was forced to use his own equipment and create a makeshift home studio. His studio consisted of a handheld microphone, with a small sound mixing console connected to a laptop on his lap

Working from home: Andy hit a record and covered himself with a knitted blanket to soundproof his recording.  He read his script with great enthusiasm from his computer screen and finished the take

Working from home: Andy hit a record and covered himself with a knitted blanket to soundproof his recording. He read his script with great enthusiasm from his computer screen and finished the take

He read his script off his computer screen with great enthusiasm and finished the take.

Andy joked in the caption that his video was a “look at the glamor of showbiz and the highly technical capture of the opening titles VO for The Hundred!”

The show’s premise asks 100 Australians from across the country to give their opinions on a variety of topics, from lockdowns and anti-vaxxers to sleeping naked and checking the toilet before flushing.

On view: The show's premise asks 100 Australians from across the country to share their thoughts on a variety of topics, from lockdowns and anti-vaxxers to sleeping naked and checking the toilet before flushing

On view: The show’s premise asks 100 Australians from across the country to share their thoughts on a variety of topics, from lockdowns and anti-vaxxers to sleeping naked and checking the toilet before flushing

Away from home: Andy has been living in Sydney for the past few months to film the stats-based comedy show, leaving behind his girlfriend Rebecca Harding and their dog Henri in Melbourne

Away from home: Andy has been living in Sydney for the past few months to film the stats-based comedy show, leaving behind his girlfriend Rebecca Harding and their dog Henri in Melbourne

Andy has been living in Sydney for the past few months to film the stats-based comedy show, leaving behind his girlfriend Rebecca Harding and their dog Henri in Melbourne.

The couple met at a cafe in Melbourne where she was working as a waitress in 2014, when he left her his email address on a napkin.

Andy and Rebecca didn’t go public with their romance until January of the following year.

Beginning: The couple met at a cafe in Melbourne where she was working as a waitress in 2014, when he left her his email address on a napkin.  Andy and Rebecca didn't go public with their romance until January of the following year

Beginning: The couple met in a cafe in Melbourne where she was working as a waitress in 2014, when he left her his email address on a napkin. Andy and Rebecca didn’t go public with their romance until January of the following year

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