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Iconic Voice Actors

There are actors whose voices captivate us. Many times we do not recognize their face, but as soon as they speak we start to pay more attention to the film. Many of these actors or actresses have even had a cultural impact. For this new category, Sani Dental Group has made a list of “our” top 5 actors and actress whose voice is iconic and have made a regular movie into a great movie.

We would like to begin the list with these names:

  • Clint Eastwood
    • DOB: May 31, 1930

  • James Earl Jones
    • DOB: January 17, 1931

  • Morgan Freeman
    • DOB: June 1, 1937

  • Meryl Streep
    • DOB: June 22, 1949

  • Fran Drescher
    • DOB: September 30, 1957

Each one of these actors has established a name for themselves and without a doubt sometimes we don’t want see certain movie; but knowing that certain actor will participate, make the movie worth it.

These are some titles in which their famous voices have been heard.

Clint Eastwood

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) – Dirty Harry (1971) – The Bridges of Madison (1995) – Million Dollar Baby (2004) – Gran Torino (2008)

There are only several actors today who can accomplish the macho image that Clint has accomplished. Not has his voice set a standard but also his attitude, his passion and his image.

James Earl Jones

The Great White Hope (1970) – Star Wars (1977) – Field of Dreams (1989) – The Sandlot (1993) – The Lion King (1994)

His voice comes with force; dear readers’ James is the reason why we fear the voice of evil. Whether you heard him as a hero or a villain Mr. Earl iconic voice has reached numerous generations, from Star Wars fans to Lion King admires, all have been fascinated with the vocals of one person.

Morgan Freeman

The Shawshank Redemption (1994) – Bruce Almighty (2003) – March of the Penguins (2005) – Evan Almighty (2007) – The Lego Movie (2014)

This is one of two actors who can narrate any story and you will simply fall in love. It’s hard to imagine another actor whom can make a narration as enjoyable as he can; do you agree?

Meryl Streep

The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981) (British) – Sophie’s Choice (1982) (Polish) – Out of Africa (1985) (Danish) – A Cry in the Dark (1988) (Australian) –The Bridges of Madison (1995) (Italian) – Dancing at Lughnasa (1998) (Irish) – Doubt (2008) (Bronx) – Mamma Mia! (2008) – Julie & Julia (2009) (tv chef)

Mrs. Streep is an actress whose voice talent has reached multiple tongues; she is definitely the actress you need in your team. Whether you are filming a movie with an Italian, Irish, Bronx or other accent Meryl is the actress we recommend for the film.

Fran Drescher

American Hot Wax (1978) – Saturday Night Fever (1977) –The Nanny (1993–1999)

How can you forget The Nanny? It’s impossible, especially with her unique laugh. Fran voice has gone through numerous changes since her participation in Saturday Night Fever; however Mrs Drescher laugh without a doubt is memorable.

Do you agree with our list? Have these 5 actors/actress voice captivate you?

Tells us what you think, how have these films caught your attention or if there are other films that have caught your attention? Let us know in the comment section below. We invite to subscribe to our Newsletter and read more about fun interesting topics.