Grinch voice impersonation

Find the perfect Grinch voice impersonation.

There is nothing like the grinch voice to get you into the Christmas mood, but be careful, the grinch might just steal Christmas before you get a chance to celebrate. He is our favorite villain trying to destroy Christmas in his mean temper and green colored fur, yet in a weird way, the grinch can also invoke joy.

Info for Grinch voice Voice-overs

The grinch voice goes from high to low, compressed to uncompressed very fast, often within the same sentence, creating a crazy feel to every conversation. It is a goofy yet menacing voice that is variable in pitch and complexion. The grinch is often angry and mean, and gives a frustrated and 'bad intentions' vibe probably because he's always bitter and ill-tempered.

When can you use a Grinch voice Voice-over?

The Grinch voice is perfect for any Christmas production; animation, play, or skit. This voice and it's terrifying & menacing tendencies can also make appearances in horror and thriller films and productions, even though the grinch is intended to be the villain of Christmas.

What makes the perfect Grinch voice?

Think of a very high-pitched voice, slightly incomprehensible and frightening when angry, that becomes softer and low pitched when happier. Sometimes it goes so low that it becomes husky. The Grinch voice should be able to portray a character that is always angry, and erratic dipped in a jar of sarcasm and mean-spiritedness.

Other Info for Grinch impersonations

Think of a very high-pitched voice, slightly incomprehensible and frightening when angry, that becomes softer and low pitched when happier. Sometimes it goes so low that it becomes husky. The Grinch voice should be able to portray a character that is always angry, and erratic dipped in a jar of sarcasm and mean-spiritedness.