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Celebrity Voices: Who is your Favorite?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

April 24, 2006

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Whether it's Mike Myers, Julia Roberts, or George Clooney, we want to know!

Every week, it seems as though another celebrity in Hollywood has recorded a voice-over for either a video game, television commercial, or has landed a plum role as a voice actor in an animated film.

Voice-over is becoming the hottest line of work for Hollywood movie actors and actresses, and it's not hard to see why.

Voice-overs offer a lot of perks and also pay celebs very well, accepting voice acting jobs with Fortune 500 companies and assuming the role of audio ambassador as well as public spokespersons, whether attending live events or promoting the company on-camera.

Of all these celebrity actors, who do you think has been the most convincing in their new role as a voice-over talent or voice actor?

Looking forward to reading your picks!

Best regards,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Celebrity, Hollywood


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