Free Movie Monologues for Acting Auditions

So you're looking for Shakespeare monologues? Maybe something really juicy for your next audition? Well you're in the right place. We've hand-picked these monologues for both men and women.

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Movie Monologues for Men

  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    by John Hughes

  • Age Range: 15 - 25
  • Style: Comedic
  • Ferris Bueller reveals his strategy for getting a sick day from school.
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  • Glengarry Glen Ross
    by David Mamet

  • Age Range: 30 - 50
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Ricky Roma was about to make a huge sale, until his boss Williamson ruined it. (Warning: Adult language.)
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  • The Hours
    by David Hare

  • Age Range: 45+
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Richard Brown, a man dying of AIDS, jumps out a seven-story window to his death.
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  • There Will Be Blood
    by Paul Thomas Anderson

  • Age Range: 45+
  • Style: Dramatic
  • When his deaf son tries to leave him, Daniel Plainview reveals a devastating truth.
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  • Wet Hot American Summer
    by Michael Showalter & David Wain

  • Age Range: 30 - 50
  • Style: Comedic
  • On the last day of summer camp, Gene makes a rousing speech in the mess hall.
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Movie Monologues for Women

  • Casino Royale
    by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, & Paul Haggis

  • Age Range: 25 - 45
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Over dinner, Vesper Lind sets James Bond straight about who's in charge.
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  • Kramer vs. Kramer
    by Robert Benton

  • Age Range: 25 - 40
  • Style: Dramatic
  • A young mother, Joanna Kramer, fights for custody of her son while in court.
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  • Requiem for a Dream
    by Hubert Selby Jr.

  • Age Range: 50+
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Sarah Goldfarb defends her decision to take diet pills.
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  • The Hours
    by David Hare

  • Age Range: 40+
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Clarissa Vaughan is throwing a party. The afternoon before, she talks with an old acquaintance.
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  • The Hours
    by David Hare

  • Age Range: 30 - 50
  • Style: Dramatic
  • Virginia Woolf is trying desperately to get back to London.
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