Gollum voice impersonation

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"Must have the precious. They stole it from us. Sneaky little hobbitses!" From the enchanted realm of Middle-earth, a Gollum voice scratches its way through dark forgotten places. There's really nothing quite like a Gollum-Smeàgol's voice in this world. Not everyone has the vocal range to impersonate it. Crackly and full of spittle, hire our perfect Gollum voice for your project today!

Info for Gollum voice Voice-overs

Two characters make one deformed creature! Even with the same voice qualities, each character is clearly distinguishable by ears. A Gollum voice saying "My precious" is the first thing that rings on the mention of "Lord of the Rings.". But did you know that Andy Serkis, the brilliant actor of Gollum, invented the voice after hearing a cat throw up? If not done right, a guttural Gollum voice impersonation can damage vocal cords. Bring your fictional creature to life with our professionally trained voice actors!

When can you use a Gollum voice Voice-over?

Reaching out to fans of the fantasy genre? A Gollum voice will etch an impression on your audiobooks or movie voice over, and draw your audience in. Other than appealing to the adult fandom, Gollum's voice can also vivify bewitching children bedtime stories!

What makes the perfect Gollum voice?

A Gollum voice basically sounds like a cat retching up a giant fur ball with loads of spittle! It carries a nasal, high pitched, and rough vocal texture. The voice doesn’t sound like a full one but rather a restricted, vibrating resonation from the back of the throat. Sentences varies in intensity, going from soft sentences to explosive loudness.

Other Info for Gollum impersonations

A Gollum voice basically sounds like a cat retching up a giant fur ball with loads of spittle! It carries a nasal, high pitched, and rough vocal texture. The voice doesn’t sound like a full one but rather a restricted, vibrating resonation from the back of the throat. Sentences varies in intensity, going from soft sentences to explosive loudness.