Phil LaMarr has been in our ears for decades, giving voice to an impressive array of well-loved characters. We believe he should be one of the names that would come to mind immediately if you were to asked to list off all-time voice acting greats. While his career in the entertainment industry hasn't been exclusively in voice over (see Pulp Fiction, MadTV, Veep, etc.), it is his contributions to the worlds of animation and video games that we want to highlight most!
In the following article, you can read a more in-depth review about his voice acting catalog and why we should celebrate his work.
Bonus: We’re also going to point you to his wonderful 5-part interview with Crispin Freeman on the Voice Acting Mastery Podcast:
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