Stitch voice impersonation

Find the perfect Stitch voice impersonation.

"Ohana means family!" Who doesn't love Disney's destructive but adorable Stitch? Aggressive, frantic, but heartwarming, a Stich voice adds truckloads of personality and will make any animated character peculiarly interesting to young and old. Find the perfect Stitch voice for your project with our lineup for versatile voice impressionists!

Info for Stitch voice Voice-overs

Did you know that the director of Disney's Lilo and Stitch movie, Chris Sanders, also played the Stitch voice? The indestructible blue furball's vocals are accompanied by a ton of growls, snarls, and strange sounds that one can only describe as alien! Nasal, unpredictable, and very animated, a Stitch voice is just what you'll need to vocalize an out-of-this-world character for your children's audiobook or voice over. It'll pack a punch of fun for sure!

When can you use a Stitch voice Voice-over?

Disney movies are tailored to the children's demographic, but that doesn't make it less likable for adults! Even grownups have something to learn from the voices of Lilo and Stitch. Apply the vocals for your video game to create a one-of-a-kind experience for teens and young adults!

What makes the perfect Stitch voice?

A Stitch voice sounds squawky when combined with the visual attributes of the character. But in truth, it's only a tad higher than a normal speaking tone. Full of unpredictable inflection, Stitch says sentences without any pattern. He picks up his speech pace and increases his pitch when excited, but otherwise speaks slowly when he's content. With poor and nasal enunciation, a Stitch voice growls and grunts from the throat, all of which contribute to the creature's animal-like disposition.

Other Info for Stitch impersonations

A Stitch voice sounds squawky when combined with the visual attributes of the character. But in truth, it's only a tad higher than a normal speaking tone. Full of unpredictable inflection, Stitch says sentences without any pattern. He picks up his speech pace and increases his pitch when excited, but otherwise speaks slowly when he's content. With poor and nasal enunciation, a Stitch voice growls and grunts from the throat, all of which contribute to the creature's animal-like disposition.