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March 25, 2009


Adelle Laudan

I totally agree with most of these. I've always loved Meryl Streep.
Happy T13!


I loved your list and agree with almost all of them (Sean Connery and Kathryn Hepburn especially - and I'd like to add my favorite hunk, Pierce Brosnan. I just love that Irish Lilt that goes so well with those Irish eyes of his.

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Great list!!! Happy TT!!!

Yvonne Y

I like Sean Connery and Julie Andrews. Distinct voices.


Interesting list, though I don't know everyone on it. Ian McShane is like Hugh Laurie -- a Brit who can do a flawless American accent.

Anthony North

So often the voice can make the star.

My T-13

Tamy ~ 3 Sides of Crazy

Great list - I love being able to hear all of them and know exactly who they are from just the sound of their voice.


I love distinctive voices, too. Often with my kids, I will ask them where they have heard a cartoon/movie voice before. It's fun to get them to think outside the box.


Some of them I don't even know, but Alyson's voice is definitely amazing.
I would add Jasmes Morrison (Bill Buchanan from 24), whose voice always gives me goosebumps.

Library Lady

I just finished listening to Jim Dale do "Around the World In 80 Days". If he'd never done anything but record books, he'd still be one of the greatest actors ever. Phenomenal.


Great list. I would add Don Henley. Love his voice!


OMG Alan Rickman, of course. He could read the phone book to me and I'd be entranced :-)

Brenda ND

Yeah, you're so right. Some people are just blessed with voices. Happy TT!


Morgan Freeman - that's why he always does commercials and voice overs - and virtually every movie he stars in he also plays the role of the narrator.


I adore Jim Dale.

Another gorgeous young voice, Jesse Martin. Mmmmmm.

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