Chriet Titulaer voice impersonation

Find the perfect Chriet Titulaer voice impersonation.

Do you need a voice that can present any science related theme and particularly astronomy, or need to present a scientific educational program? If so, then the voice of Chriet Titulaer is a great option to consider.

Info for Chriet Titulaer voice Voice-overs

Chriet Titulaer was a Dutch astronomer, television presenter and popular science and technology writer. Although he mainly appeared in films, documentaries and TV in his native Netherlands, he gained fame outside The Netherlands. Part of his appeal was not only his scientific knowledge, but also his likeness with the US president Abraham Lincoln and his vocal particulars. Titulaer wrote many books about popular science, computers, IT, meteorology and astronomy. He was an active advocate for science and technology and was often asked as a keynote speaker for events related to these areas, and for theme days on schools and universities.

When can you use a Chriet Titulaer voice Voice-over?

Tutualer's scientific knowledge and the fact that he had many speaking engagements dealing with scientific subjects, make Titulaer voice a good choice for any scientific subject matter, nad particularly astronomy, in which Titulaer was best versed. Any educational video, documentary or text that deals with all things science would benefit from a Titulaer voice.

What makes the perfect Chriet Titulaer voice?

Chriet Titulaer had a soft-spoken medium to low tone voice with a very specific soft G pronunciation, something that is very noticeable in the Dutch language, as there is it has distinct variations of pronouncing letter G. His speaking tone was always serious but easy-flowing, making it easy for his audiences to follow even the more complex themes he was speaking about.

Other Info for Chriet Titulaer impersonations

Chriet Titulaer had a soft-spoken medium to low tone voice with a very specific soft G pronunciation, something that is very noticeable in the Dutch language, as there is it has distinct variations of pronouncing letter G. His speaking tone was always serious but easy-flowing, making it easy for his audiences to follow even the more complex themes he was speaking about.