Shaggy (Scooby Doo) voice impersonation

Find the perfect Shaggy (Scooby Doo) voice impersonation.

Shaggy is an iconic character; tall and lanky, scares very easily and with an enormous appetite. The shaggy voice has been performed by multiple actors over the course of the years, including Casey Kasem and Will Forte, but the most iconic has to be Mathew Lillard’s impersonation.

Info for Shaggy (Scooby Doo) voice Voice-overs

Shaggy is not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed. When it comes to mystery solving, Shaggy and Scooby Doo (who he calls Scoob) are always looking for a place to hide, and this makes the two character more relatable. The shaggy voice sounds unsure and features the inappropriate use of the word ‘like.’

When can you use a Shaggy (Scooby Doo) voice Voice-over?

If you watch Scooby Doo a lot, you have probably heard Shaggy being compared to a hippy or a middle-aged man who is trying too hard to sound like a teenager. His persona is laid back, and his hair and general appearance are true to his name. Shaggy is a centerpiece in the Scooby Doo franchise mostly because he reminds the viewers not to take the show too seriously. Together with Scoob, this character brings out the lighter side of the show, keeping the audience entertained from start to finish.

What makes the perfect Shaggy (Scooby Doo) voice?

If you raise your voice really high, you’ll reach a point where you voice cracks; that’s where the Shaggy voice lives. When the character speaks, it sounds like he has a sore throat, or his vocal cords are destroyed. Shaggy’s voice is somewhat scratchy, a little hoarse, and with a comedic effect. The shaggy voice, together with the Scooby doo voice, provide essential comedic breaks in a show full of mystery.

Other Info for Shaggy (Scooby Doo) impersonations

If you raise your voice really high, you’ll reach a point where you voice cracks; that’s where the Shaggy voice lives. When the character speaks, it sounds like he has a sore throat, or his vocal cords are destroyed. Shaggy’s voice is somewhat scratchy, a little hoarse, and with a comedic effect. The shaggy voice, together with the Scooby doo voice, provide essential comedic breaks in a show full of mystery.