Dracula voice impersonation

Find the perfect Dracula voice impersonation.

He may want to suck your blood or stay up all night, but this handsome guy certainly has an iconic accent. With his Romanian, Eastern European accent, Dracula's voice is well known and not only scary, but also a little oddly captivating.

Info for Dracula voice Voice-overs

So what makes a Dracula voice so recognizable? One thing we relate with Dracula is that Romanian, Transylvanian accent. You know, he speaks the v sound for w, so we tend to hear, "I vant to suck your blood." His voice is also a bit entrancing so it has the skill to captivate anyone who hears it. But when you listen too long, that' s when the terror sets in.

When can you use a Dracula voice Voice-over?

Dracula is probably the most infamous vampire we know. His black cape and widow's peak are as recognizable as his voice. Anyone who enjoys a shot of terror, a classic old monster, or even a Dracula parody will respond well to a Dracula voice. Think of using it in your audiobook, your satirical pieces, the voice for a scary story, or even a character in a vampire video game. Have fun with this character; your audience probably knows it well.

What makes the perfect Dracula voice?

Yes, maybe one of the most recognizable features of the Dracula voice is the v for w sound, but he also has quite a rhythmic, almost sign song voice. Is this all the better to entrance his victims? Maybe so. Dracula also tends to draw out many of his sounds...maybe he's tasting the letters like he wants to taste your blood...

Other Info for Dracula impersonations

Yes, maybe one of the most recognizable features of the Dracula voice is the v for w sound, but he also has quite a rhythmic, almost sign song voice. Is this all the better to entrance his victims? Maybe so. Dracula also tends to draw out many of his sounds...maybe he's tasting the letters like he wants to taste your blood...