Me doing an impression of Harold Finch, the leader of the Person Of Interest heroes in the CBS show of the same name.
Me as Al Pacino, younger to older voice.
I examine the difference between Jimmy Stewart's voice early in his career and later.
Me as your mother-in-law with a little more testosterone. Ringtone.
Me as your mother-in-law. Great for a ringtone.
Me as Ian McKellen tackles the DEPENDS for Men ad, in his inimitable style.
John Boehner, contemplating life after the speakership, decides to do an ad for DEPENDS for Men. It's me of course, doing his voice on text read off a Depends ad on Amazon:
Al Pacino tries to read an ad for DEPENDS for Men, but Matthew McConaughey keeps interrupting. It's all me, of course, for your enjoyment.
Me as my hero, Bernie Sanders, Independent Senator and one of the nicest senators who's ever served in both the Senate and in the House as an 8 term Congressman. This is his bio, which I read as him:
Me as Morgan Freeman reading the opening narration for Stephen Spielberg's War Of The Worlds (2005)
It's pretty much a given that voice impressionists have to do this when emulating the venerable Morgan Freeman.
I recently did a show with Scott Henderson's Brass Knuckle Progressives Radio back on Dec. 17 and apparently they are gluttons for punishment as I've been asked to appear weekly bringing my own brief but warped brand of humor. Tune in by going to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/shenderson19 every Sunday 10 AM E.S.T.
"It's 11 O'Clock. Do you know where your children are? They're on my lawn! Get 'em off!"
As you may notice on this podcast, I do a variety of voices. Well, for 20 bucks per minute, you can pretty much have me say anything as one of the celebrities or politicians you hear throughout my various posts, including, but not limited to:
Actual quotes from Morgan Freeman as read by me as him.
You can go to imdb and read them under his name.
Me as Morgan Freeman promoting his new film, Olympus Has Fallen, coming March 22, 2013
My Parody of the oft played and unintentionally funny commercial Bruce Boxleitner does for TOPIC, a hair replacement product you sprinkle on your head to appear to have a full head of hair. My version is a little further south of the original!
"Hi, I'm Bruce Boxleitner. I want to tell you about a new product for those of you like me who have been gradually losing your hair as well as decent roles on TV. It's called Topic. You just sprinkle some on your head and it sticks to the hair that's already there. I tried all the rest, including Hair Club for Men, but I asked myself, where did they get the hair for those bald guys? Did it perhaps come from the nether regions? So I decided Topic was the better choice. Besides, it's cheaper and it works and lord knows, since Babylon 5 went off the air, the roles have been a little thin, but not my hair. So buy Topic today...you'll be glad you did and I'll be able to pay the rent on the condo this month."
"This is the voice of world control." - Colossus, the Forbin Project computer voice, updated. Me, using Goldwave. Great for a ringtone, especially for mother-in-law!
Energy cannot be created or destroyed, which means your soul is infinite and limited only by the body; mainly to focus you into understanding the very concept of limitation, but not be held prisoner by it. That said, as part of the INFINITE, your potential is the same, making you much more than you perceive. And when you love without condition, you open the veil to shine in the Divine, the eternal light of the universe. Short version: be cool, be nobody's fool, and don't dismiss the bliss.
(Voice effects: Wavepad Pitch/Chorus)
Energy cannot be created or destroyed, which means your soul is infinite and limited only by the body; mainly to focus you into understanding the very concept of limitation, but not be held prisoner by it. That said, as part of the INFINITE, your potential is the same, making you much more than you perceive. And when you love without condition, you open the veil to shine in the Divine, the eternal light of the universe. Short version: be cool, be nobody's fool, and don't dismiss the bliss. (Note: The voice effects were a combination of Wavepad and Goldwave)