The great Stephen Hawking appeared in a skit made by UK charity Comic Relief. It’s about him looking for a new voice for his text-to-speech device. Sadly, none of the correct options were available: Morgan Freeman, James Earl Jones, or Gilbert Gottfried. It’s not rocket science.
During the commencement for Tufts University’s class of 2016, actor Hank Azaria decided to conclude his speech with some sage advice, though he did it in the voices of Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum, and other characters he portrays on The Simpsons.
A great bit of footage from a 2001 documentary featuring interviews with the actors behind the voices of the Hannah-Barbera cartoon classic Scooby Doo and Dinomutt. Could you imagine Shaggy and Fred’s voices being reversed?
When asked by a fan if he’d do his cartoon Joker voice in a mock scene from The Empire Strikes Back, actor Mark Hamill was happy to oblige. Star Wars Episode VII: The Clown Prince of Crime. That’s a movie we’d pay to see.
Jim Cummings is the voice actor for beloved characters like Winnie the Pooh and Dark Wing Duck. Watch as he gives us a sample of what A New Hope might have been like had Vader given into his more animalistic tendencies.
Looks like the boxfan is not the original talk box. This clip from the 1940 film You’ll Find Out shows the Sonovox, what some would consider one of the first prototypes for the technology, in action.
(NSFW: Language) Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John reads a short passage from the ridiculously popular erotica 50 Shades of Gray, fondling his shiny silver balls of steel for all to enjoy.
Impressionist Steve Love does a king’s job pulling off spot-on impressions of everyone from Ned Stark to Littlefinger, along with a hilarious Mormont. We want some Daenerys Targaryen now.
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