King Kong voice impersonation

Find the perfect King Kong voice impersonation.

Sometimes you just need a booming, deep voice that could only be partly human and also produces a loud, ringing roar. If so, then King Kong voice could be the way to go.

Info for King Kong voice voice-overs

King Kong might be just a huge oversized ape, but it is still one of the most popular fictional characters on film, TV and in various games, video or online. The best known King Kong version come from its two film incarnations, from 1933 and 1976. But the popularity of this 'ape monster with a loving heart' has grown over the years that it has found a place in numerous animated and othr TV shows, cartoons and games. Currntly, The "Behind The Voice Actors" (BTVA) database has registered 14 King Kong incarnations by 8 voice actors.

When can you use a King Kong voice voice-over?

Using a King Kong voice in games and animations, "The LEGO Batman Movie" being one of the more recent examples is certainly a choice for such an audience. But, the King Kong character is originally intended to portray a person or a situation where there is a combination of roughness and rage with deep, loving emotion. Whenever such a combination or a contrast between the two needs to be protrayed, a King Kong voice could represent a good choice

What makes the perfect King Kong voice?

King Kong voice is very deep rough and often filled with anger and rage, combined with load deep roars. It is a character that doesn't utter too many words or complete sentences, depending on the text and/or content. Currently, two of the most used voice actors portraying King Kong are Lee Tockar and Scott McNeill.

Other Info for King Kong impersonations

King Kong voice is very deep rough and often filled with anger and rage, combined with load deep roars. It is a character that doesn't utter too many words or complete sentences, depending on the text and/or content. Currently, two of the most used voice actors portraying King Kong are Lee Tockar and Scott McNeill.