Super Mario voice impersonation

Find the perfect Super Mario voice impersonation.

Itsa him, Mario! If your project calls for a certain Italian plumber to save the day while eating questionable-looking mushrooms and using turtle shells as surfboards, we’ve got a great Mario voice for you that’ll have you somersaulting in joy.

Info for Super Mario voice Voice-overs

Mario’s certainly has had a long and prolific career ever since his creator Shigeru Miyamoto imagined him in the early 80s. To date, the Italian sensation has been featured in over 256 games and been the star of the 9th-largest media franchise of all time, bringing in an estimated $36 million. Not bad for a guy that got his start in the 8-bit era! But, even though he started off mute, ever since the groundbreaking Super Mario 64 for the Nintendo 64, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing the affable plumber jump, leap, backflip, and long-jump with his customary Super Mario voice uttering “Woo!”, “Yipee!”, and “Yay!”

When can you use a Super Mario voice Voice-over?

Who hasn’t played a Super Mario Bros game? Anyone from toddlers to grandmas has had a chance to control the mustachioed hero and had a chance to save Princess Peach from the nefarious hands of Bowser. And Mario’s not just limited to platform games anymore. He’s been in everything from golf and tennis simulators to role-playing games, as well as his own AAA blockbusters. Through it all, one thing’s kept it together: the affable, charming, and slightly childish Super Mario voice, with equal parts cartoon charm and iconic flair.

What makes the perfect Super Mario voice?

High-pitched, with a put-on Italian accent, and a goofy, enduring charm that stands the test of time.

Other Info for Super Mario impersonations

High-pitched, with a put-on Italian accent, and a goofy, enduring charm that stands the test of time.