Who are your favorite voice actors?


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Screen actors get all the credit, to the point where they are pointlessly recast even when the movie is still animated.

Here we share our favorite VAs, let your voice be heard.

My personal favorite is Steve Blum, real cool dude with more range than people think, he even voiced Crash Bandicoot once! He also gets involved with projects he loves even though the pay isn't great, same for the other way around, he turns down hentai roles because he is disgusted in the content in them


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Do you mean for Mario games in particular or for any form of media in general?

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Just like the first one, except better.
I'd have to say Grey DeLisle. I swear, anytime I look up the actor for a voice I like, it's her. Her talent is so impressive. I can't wrap my mind around the diversity of all the roles she's done.


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Easily, Easily, Easily, Hyden Walch, solely for voicing Starfire in Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!


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I have multiple favorites, can't say just one here.

Charles Martinet - Baby Luigi (Mario)
Hugh Dillon - Nick (Left 4 Dead 2)
Denis Yuchenkov - Nick (Russian dub of Left 4 Dead 2)
Grey DeLisle - Vicky (Fairly Oddparents)
Scott Dreier - Knuckles (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Mike Pollock and Deem Bristow - Dr. Eggman (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Steve Blum - Starscream (Transformers Prime)
Daran Norris - Cosmo, Timmy's Dad (Fairly Oddparents) and Knockout (Transformers Prime)


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Kristen Schaal, she does pretty much the same voice for all her characters, but damn do I love it.

Oh and that guy that does Lemongrab, Morty, and many other awkward whiny characters, Justin Roiland.

And that multi-voice talented actress Tara Strong

of course without needing to be said, Charles Martinet

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After finally finishing Luigi's Mansion 3, I'm gonna go with Charles Martinet without question. Some other favorites are Kazumi Totaka (voice of Yoshi and E. Gadd) and Samantha Kelly (voice of Toad, Toadette, Peach).
Some non-video game voice actors that I like are James Arnold Taylor (voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Dee Bradley Baker (voice of all clone troopers in Star Wars: The Clone Wars; though he's known for a lot more than that, that's the only thing I watch with him in it). Honorable mentions for John Leeson (voice of K9 in Doctor Who) and Stephen Stanton (who did a masterful job of imitating Alec Guiness in Star Wars Rebels).

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-Ted Lewis (King Dedede/Escargoon, Kirby: Right Back at Ya!): Has two different yet equally entertaining voices for Dedede and Escargoon, and you'd never know they're voiced by the same guy unless you try to imitate them yourself.

-Mike Pollock (Dr. Eggman, Sonic the Hedgehog): As with Ted Lewis with Dedede and Escargoon, Mike Pollock makes Eggman that much more of an entertaining character.

-Bryce Papenbrook (Adrien Agreste, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir): I bet he has a lot of fun cracking puns every two seconds. "Why don't you pick on someone your own temperature?" "Do you guys only know heavy metal?" "I got wind you were being blown away by a hairy situation." Never gets old. Also, regardless of what he says, he's a great singer.

-Selah Victor (Chloé Bourgeois, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir): "Ridiculous! Utterly RIDICULOUS!" That indignant and bratty voice of hers as she says that will never get old.

-Kenny James (Bowser, Super Mario): That classic evil laugh will never get old. I don't even care that he usually doesn't speak legible English, the laugh is all that matters.

-Charles Martinet (Mario/Luigi/various others, Super Mario): Last but certainly not least, Martinet voices all these different characters with all these different voices, giving them all sorts of different vocal personalities while being able to separate all those voices. It's pretty impressive.


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My favorite voice actors from the Mario series are:

Jen Taylor (favorite VA for Peach, Daisy, Toad, and Toadette)
Kerri Kane (favorite VA for Rosalina)
Dolores Rogers (favorite VA for Bowser Jr.)

I really liked the 4Kids voice cast from the Sonic series. My favorite voice actors were:

Jason Griffith (Sonic and Shadow)
Dan Green (Knuckles)
Lisa Ortiz (Amy)
Kathleen Delaney (Rouge)
Rebecca Honig (Cream)
Erica Schroeder (Blaze)
Mike Pollock (Dr. Eggman)
Amy Birnbaum (Charmy)


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If there was one positive thing I had to say about the 4kids dub of Sonic X, it was certainly the casting of the voice actors. Even though I feel like Dan Green makes for an old gruff feel for Knuckles (I prefer the cool and level-headed Knuckles from SA2), I still appreciate the effort the voice actors did, including Dan Green, and I generally like their casting. They even made some poor dialogue from 4kids sound fine.


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My two childhood heroes are both voice actors: Charles Martinet and Seth MacFarlane. Charles Martinet for the obvious being on this forum.
Seth MacFarlane is the voice actor of many characters in Family Guy. What makes him my childhood hero is not just the fact that I watched a lot of Family Guy over the past few years, but also because of one impressive story about his life: Apparently, one night he was so hungover after a party that he missed his flight the next day by being 10 minutes late. That flight was one of the two planes that crashed into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. Family Guy had been run for two seasons but was cancelled because there weren't enough viewers. They brought it back in 2003, and since then, the show has been much appreciated. If it wasn't for the fact that he got hungover and missed his flight, he would no longer be here. Now, we get to enjoy the wonderful and hilarious voice actor that he is, not being just a voice actor but also so much more as the story writer of Family Guy's episodes and the comedian he is. That makes him a special and excitingly intriguing human being for me.
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The late Long John Baldry (Robotnik AOSTH) is one of the actors who made me want to voice act. He did such an amazing job as Robotnik, it isn't even funny. Every line is delivered with such passion and cheese. He could read the phone book, and I would listen to the whole thing, chuckling along the way. He made Robotnik such an amazing character in that show. May he rest in peace.
Oh and another really awesome VA, who I feel like mentioning is Caliborn's from LRHS, even if you don't like or have any interest in Homestuck you should watch the opening of this video (Caliborn goes by uu here.)


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Kelsey Grammer. Dude has an impressive vocal range, plays Sideshow Bob on The Simpsons.