Don Draper voice impersonation

Find the perfect Don Draper voice impersonation.

He's the glamourous advertising mogul that everyone secretly wants to be (or be with). When you need a convincing voice impersonation, think Don Draper. He can talk himself out of anything and never let his nerves show, all the while holding that perfect cocktail.

Info for Don Draper voice Voice-overs

Whether you want this voice for advertising your own product or for representing the 1950's and 1960's glamourous, but very odd, time period, a Don Draper voice is perfect. He's pulled together, convincing, and pretty sexy. His voice can greet your listeners and share your message in the smoothest of ways.

When can you use a Don Draper voice Voice-over?

Don Draper is the advertising mogul on Mad Men. He is the creative director to the successful NYC advertising firm and is played by Jon Hamm. He's a smooth talking, scotch drinking, cigarette smoking, sex loving, handsome guy who we don't whether we should love or hate. Oh, and he has that mysterious air of a hidden past and hidden identity. So yeah, you've gotta love him. This type of voice would not only be perfect for playing up the character of Don Draper himself, think advertising or a character in an audio piece, but for any voice depicting the white man's corporate world of the mid 20th century.

What makes the perfect Don Draper voice?

The Don Draper voice is smooth as silk despite all of the smokes. He is calm and collected, and speaks slowly, unrushed, and always in control. His deep, smoky voice resonates in a captivating way, no matter how much pressure he’s feeling. He’s the guy in charge, the guy who never breaks or quakes. His speech is slow, conversational, and he’s an artist at using the right pacing, even adding white space in an effective way.

Other Info for Don Draper impersonations

The Don Draper voice is smooth as silk despite all of the smokes. He is calm and collected, and speaks slowly, unrushed, and always in control. His deep, smoky voice resonates in a captivating way, no matter how much pressure he’s feeling. He’s the guy in charge, the guy who never breaks or quakes. His speech is slow, conversational, and he’s an artist at using the right pacing, even adding white space in an effective way.