Pirates? (Literary Edition)

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Ah, so that's how John Turturro is. Yeah, he's great.
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Lethal Interjection wrote:Very happy you mentioned it. I nearly included it in my first post as an example, but thought I would let my statement stand on its own.
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Seeing Billy West in person made me go hooray in my mind.
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I honestly don't know who's who when it comes to voice actors. I admit that I've been inclined to realise it's Tim Curry, or Mark Hammil on occasions, but other than that I tend to have no idea.
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It's always Maurice LaMarche. Always.

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He was a pretty nice guy in person. He said "This OUTrageous ACTING TALENT!" for me.
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Kimra wrote:I honestly don't know who's who when it comes to voice actors. I admit that I've been inclined to realise it's Tim Curry, or Mark Hammil on occasions, but other than that I tend to have no idea.
I'm great at it when it is someone well known. Like catching Eddie Izzard and Liam Neeson in the Narnia series. Or most voice actors in cinema. But TV is more difficult for me. Especially since in Groening or McFarland shows the regulars do multiple voices.

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I am not good at catching voices. My brother went through a phase of claiming that every voice in an advertisement was a member of the LOTR cast. Sean Bean does a lot of adverts, but no one else does.

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I'm not so good at recognising voices because a lot of the time I genuinely don't know the actors, but when it comes to regular cartoon voice actors I can actually pin them down pretty quickly. I saw an episode of the Simpsons with Seth Rogen and I was the only one of my family to recognise him. It was the lousiest thing I've seen him in.

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LordRetard wrote:I'm not so good at recognising voices because a lot of the time I genuinely don't know the actors, but when it comes to regular cartoon voice actors I can actually pin them down pretty quickly. I saw an episode of the Simpsons with Seth Rogen and I was the only one of my family to recognise him. It was the lousiest thing I've seen him in.
This is why I'm able to recognize, because I have an insane knowledge of actors. I've frustrated people with my knowledge of a voice actor who they've never even heard of in non-animated roles. Eddie Izzard in Prince Caspian, for example, who not many people know (this side of the pond, anyways).

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He recently ran 41 marathons in 57 days.

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Cirtur wrote:He recently ran 41 marathons in 57 days.
In drag?

Because that would make an impressive record all the more so.

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I don't think it was in drag. At least the parts where he was interviewed he was in sports clothes.

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Ok, tell me what role Eddie Izzard plays in Prince Caspian. I can't recall any voices that sound like his, but then, I've only watched the movies once, intermittently.
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He plays the Animated character.

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