Beavis and Butthead voice impersonation

Find the perfect Beavis and Butthead voice impersonation.

Sometimes you just need a duo of affable airheads to critique the latest musical video trends with a vocabulary mostly consisting of "Cool," and "Yeah," while laughing like dorks. Lucky for you, these Beavis and Butthead voice impersonations rule!

Info for Beavis and Butthead voice voice-overs

If you were alive in the 90s, or were an 80s/90s baby, then you couldn't escape the pheomenon that was Beavis and Butthead. What started off as a throwaway bit in a short film by creator Mike Judge quickly grew in popularity due to MTV picking up the segment and asking Judge to develop it into a short TV series. Needless to say, Beavis and Butthead became an incredible hit with young (and young at heart) audiences, which suddenly had their first taste of a truly meta show where two adolescent couch potatoes slammed videos from the latest bands. No one was safe from the slacker duo, and that's the way audiences liked it. Need the perfect Beavis and Butthead voice to bring a little bit of that politically-incorrect humor back? Then we've, like, uh, got the right reads for you, dude!

When can you use a Beavis and Butthead voice voice-over?

It's hard to believe that what was originally a couch gag became a multi-million dollar franchise that even had its own movie. And really, when is a healthy dose of satire not a good thing? If you're thinking about bringing the Beavis and Butthead voice back with a few comedic takes on YouTube trends, or if your script calls for an affectionate cameo from the pair to get a few laughs from your audience, then have a listen!

What makes the perfect Beavis and Butthead voice?

Slow, stoned, drawled-out, with two very recognizable laughs peppered between every word, and with, uh, like, not an extensive vocabulary.

Other Info for Beavis and Butthead impersonations

Slow, stoned, drawled-out, with two very recognizable laughs peppered between every word, and with, uh, like, not an extensive vocabulary.