Werewolf voice impersonation

Find the perfect Werewolf voice impersonation.

Need the perfect werewolf voice to scare your listeners and create an spooky atmosphere? Then here's the silver bullet you've been looking for (only don't tell werewolves that, maybe?)!

Info for Werewolf voice Voice-overs

Werewolves are one of the most popular creatures of the night, and what's there not to like? Immortality, superhuman abilities, barking at a full moon, only offset by a slight, maybe lethal, aversion to silver. Of course, there's also the matter of monstrous appeites and losing one's self-control and consciousness. This makes werewolves excellent choices for horror storytelling, whether they're main characters in the story, or secondary characters that serve to provide a little color. Finding the perfect werewvolf voice for your project, then, is going to be about finding a tone that fits your vision, whether it's horror, drama, comedy, or all-out camp. Thankfully, we've got an awesome selection lined up for you!

When can you use a Werewolf voice Voice-over?

It's safe to say that everyone loves a werewolf, whether it's a sububan grandma reading a horror novel, or a chiild playing a fantasy video game. Aside from being one of the most remarkably resilient mythological creatures, with a popularity that's stood the test of time, werewolves have also had a prominent place in practically every medium known to man. Movies, TV shows, video games, animation, books, audiobooks, even podcasts have had werewolves in the spotlight! A werewolf voice can be the perfect scary complement to a good horror story, or it can be a funny, comedic take that elicits more laughs than screams.

What makes the perfect Werewolf voice?

Raspy, growly, guttural, and generally menacing. We wouldn't give anyone with the werewolf voice a belly rub, that's for sure.

Other Info for Werewolf impersonations

Raspy, growly, guttural, and generally menacing. We wouldn't give anyone with the werewolf voice a belly rub, that's for sure.