Patrick Stewart’s voice is quite distinctive, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be copied. As a matter of fact, Brent Spiner (Data on Star Trek: TNG) even fooled Stewart’s wife – for a few seconds.
Michael Caine has come across so many products that feature an imitation of his voice, he reckons he can do a Michael Caine impersonation as well. We think these blokes do a better job though. ï»¿
In this short clip from BBC Two’s comedy The Trip, we get an amusing lesson on exactly what Cockney thespian Michael Caine really sounds like when he speaks. He’s no Ian McKellen though.
Whether you love him as Philip J. Fry, Professor Farnsworth, Dr. Zoidberg, Ren, Stimpy, Daffy Duck, or Elmer Fudd, Billy West proves his ability as the man of 1,000 cartoon voices on this episode of Penn’s Sunday School.
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