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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Mr. Freeze with sound clips and images.
Victor Fries was a brilliant scientist with a wife named Nora. Eventually Nora fell ill and left Victor with no choice but to cryogenically freeze her until a cure could be discovered. There was an accident, and then Victor became capable of living only in temperatures below zero. Victor donned a special, cold suit, took up the name Mr. Freeze and became an enemy of Batman. He fights using weapons that involve the cold, and is virtually emotionless.

Thanks to Foxwolf for DC Super Friends clip.

Created by NCZ on Sun Mar 6 2011, 105 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Jackson_H for additional sound clips.
Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder (1968)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesTed Knight
Ted Knight
The New Adventures of Batman (1977)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesLennie Weinrib
Lennie Weinrib
Batman: The Animated Series (1992)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesMichael Ansara
Michael Ansara
The Batman (2004)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesClancy Brown
Clancy Brown
DC Super Friends (2010)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesEric Bauza
Eric Bauza
Young Justice (2010)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesKeith Szarabajka
Keith Szarabajka
DC Universe Online (2011)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesRobert Kraft
Robert Kraft
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesJohn DiMaggio
John DiMaggio
Batman: Arkham City (2011)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesMaurice LaMarche
Maurice LaMarche
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (2012)
Mr. Freeze / Victor FriesTownsend Coleman
Townsend Coleman


First off, I think the earlier ones (Lennie Weinrib and Ted Knight) were the weakest of these voices, Weinrib with that comical accent (though since Mr. Freeze was a less serious character back then, can't say I hold too much against him), and Ted Knight was somewhat generic. The other voice actors all brought in strong performances. Clancy Brown and Keith Szarabajka are deep yet fitting, and Eric Bauza isn't too shabby either. Considering his version seems to be more retro, John DiMaggio was the best of the "classic-style" Freezes for having an accent and yet not sounding goofy.  Out of all these voices, however, Michael Ansara stands out as the best. His performance was cold and robotic, fitting Freeze's bitter and emotionless personality. His voice really helped make "Heart of Ice" into a memorable episode. In the same spirit, Robert Kraft and Maurice LaMarche are both wonderful, reminding me very much of Ansara. I would rank them like so:

1. Michael Ansara
2. Maurice LaMarche
3. Robert Kraft
4. Keith Szarabajka
5. Clancy Brown
6. John DiMaggio
7. Eric Bauza
8. Ted Knight
9. Lennie Weinrib


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Shaun Ince
said at 5:49 PM on Sun Mar 22 2015
Michael Ansara, Maurice LaMarche & Keith Szaravajka are the best voices for Mr Freeze.
said at 5:52 AM on Thu Mar 5 2015
1) Michael Ansara
2) Lennie Weinrib
3) Ted Knight
4) Maurice LaMarche
5) Townsend Coleman
6) John DiMaggio
7) Clancy Brown
8) Eric Bauza
9) Keith Szarabajka
10) Robert Kraft
said at 6:59 AM on Tue Mar 17 2015
1) Michael Ansara
2) Lennie Weinrib
3) Ted Knight
4) Maurice LaMarche
5) Townsend Coleman
6) Keith Szarabajka
7) John DiMaggio
8) Clancy Brown
9) Eric Bauza
10) Robert Kraft
said at 2:57 PM on Sun Dec 7 2014
Michael Ansara is the best and then Maurice Lamarche,
said at 5:39 AM on Fri Nov 21 2014
My Top 5:

1) Ansara
2) Weinrib
3) Knight
4) DiMaggio
5) LaMarche

I also liked Brown, Bauza, Szarabajka and Coleman.
said at 3:32 PM on Wed Oct 8 2014
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Peter Weller as Mr Freeze?
said at 11:04 AM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@HyperVoiceActing His voice sounds too deep for Mr. Freeze.
said at 4:21 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Slick - Let me guess, you think he's totally incapable of raising the pitch of his voice.

Even so, there are plenty of versions of Freeze that have had a deep voice (ie Clancy and Keith)
said at 3:41 PM on Thu Nov 6 2014
I know, but I just don't think a deep voice suits Mr. Freeze.
said at 9:50 AM on Wed Nov 26 2014
@Slick Ansara's voice is decently deep. Not Dimaggio deep, but still kind of deep.
said at 10:35 AM on Sat Dec 6 2014
@HyperVoiceActing Do you think Xander Berkeley would make a good Mr. Freeze?
said at 2:23 PM on Sun Dec 7 2014
@Slick - Actually, I can. He wouldn't be my first choice, but I can see it.
said at 2:26 PM on Wed Dec 10 2014
@HyperVoiceActing Maybe he can voice him in Batman: Arkham Knight.
said at 2:57 PM on Wed Dec 10 2014
@Slick - OR they can just keep using Maurice LaMarche.
said at 7:07 AM on Sun Aug 31 2014
I bet Jeff Bennett will be a great successor for Michael Ansara! Then I'll vote for him!
said at 9:43 AM on Wed Aug 6 2014
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Am I the only one who wants John Lithgow to take a crack at playing mister freeze.
said at 1:30 PM on Thu Oct 2 2014
@tumrs - As much as I love Lithgow, I can't really see him doing it.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 5:14 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@tumrs He does have a sense of class about him, so I actually do think that's a neat choice.
said at 3:22 PM on Sun Nov 9 2014
@tumrs I think he's too silly for Mr. Freeze.
Polyester Funk
said at 11:30 PM on Thu May 1 2014
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I've got to go with Michael Ansara. He was just perfect for Freeze. I do like Clancy Brown and Keith Szarabajka, also. Clancy is playing a more sinister version and his voice fits that well. I kinda like Maurice LaMarche, though he sounds better with the helmet on. I assume that more robotic sound is him with the helmet. To be fair Ansara sounded a bit better with the helmet effects, too, but at first Maurice sounds a little iffy to me.
said at 7:15 PM on Sun Mar 16 2014
Now, now, now. This is comparing two different versions of Mr. Freeze: One sympathetic, and one that is a generic badass villain...I prefer the sympathetic one, so I will go with Michael Ansara (R.I.P.) and Maurice LaMarche as second....

As for the other take, I'm goin with Clancy Brown.
Tyler Reznik
said at 7:26 AM on Wed Jan 29 2014
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This is kinda out there, but does anyone else think that Zachary Quinto would make a good Mr. Freeze?
said at 10:11 AM on Wed Jan 29 2014
@Tyler Reznik Maybe a mid 20s Mr. Freeze
said at 7:13 PM on Sun Mar 16 2014
@Tyler Reznik After seeing him as Oliver Thredson in American Horror Story, I don't see why!
Tyler Reznik
said at 1:24 PM on Thu Mar 20 2014
@llawliet159 I still think that he could pull of cold and detached, yet sympathetic.
said at 8:03 AM on Tue Jan 21 2014
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I wonder if Tom Kane would make a good Mr. Freeze?
said at 9:57 AM on Wed Jan 29 2014
@Finister2 That would be interesting.
said at 12:51 AM on Thu Jan 2 2014
Keith and Clancy are both brilliant, but I'm gonna vote for Maurice.
said at 10:28 AM on Tue Dec 31 2013
I'll start from worst to best.

Ted & Lennie didn't even fit.

I was disappointed that John didn't do as well as I had hoped as Freeze.

Eric & Townsend did ok.

Robert did well but sounds a bit too much like Batman, he must voice him in the future.

I really like Clancy & Keith's deep versions which made it very hard for me to pick a favourite (that's why I did it backwards because I was still considering a favourite) but in the end, my favourite has 2 be Michael since he really brought out the caring side of Freeze. RIP Michael.
said at 12:15 PM on Fri May 23 2014
@Ross123 You forgot Maurice.
said at 9:33 AM on Sat May 24 2014
@pete So I did, thanks for reminding me.

Maurice was just decent I thought.
said at 10:10 AM on Sun Nov 2 2014
@Ross123 Now Jeff Bennett's Michael's successor.
said at 12:51 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Slick But Jeff Bennett isn't on this compare. Did he take over the role recently cause I've not been keeping up lately?
said at 1:59 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Ross123 No, Jeff has not played Freeze. That's just Slick's wish
said at 2:49 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Archerboy58 Oh I see. Well, hope it come true then.
said at 7:24 AM on Tue Nov 4 2014
@Ross123 I'm glad you agree.
said at 3:51 PM on Mon Nov 11 2013
Robert Kraft naturally just sounded less like Freeze and more like... well Batman. lol

I think they're all just too generic to choose. Any of them would be fine for any of the incarnations to me. lol

Though I do remember really liking Freeze's voice in The Batman when he said "Have an ice day". lol
said at 6:48 PM on Mon Nov 25 2013
@Axx Robert Kraft for Batman.. huh, now that's actually something I would like to see one day!
said at 4:20 PM on Sun Nov 10 2013
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RIP Michael Ansara
said at 7:38 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
I bet Jeff Bennett would be a great successor.
said at 3:20 PM on Sat Oct 19 2013
Im going with Keith Szarabajka and Clancy Brown,i always say that a cold themed supervillain should have a deep voice to match

Michael Ansara while maybe not the best voice,still does a great performence,performing
mr.freeze as tortured and drained of emocions

Rober Kraft and Eric Bauza are just passable

John DiMaggio was miscasted

I honestly dont like Maurice LaMarche whos definantly the weakest,he sounds painfully generic and hes performence is completly lifeless,and unlike Ansara its not done right.
said at 5:22 PM on Fri Oct 11 2013
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Almost everyone here is generic and forgettable. The only two VA'S that I feel do an alright job with the more villainous take on Freeze are Clancy Brown and Keith S, who pull off their lines well with the material they're given.

Michael Ansara is definitely my #1, he really defined the character. Flawless accent, cold tone, but could also be very emotional. RIP.

Maurice LaMarche is a close second, he's a very worthy successor to Michael Ansara. What I said about Michael applies here, there just isn't an accent and he gives a convincing performance as a weak Victor Fries without his suit and distraught over losing Nora, while sounding equally sinister when threatening Batman.

Robert Kraft is really the only other person worth mentioning, the voice is a little generic, but I can't get enough of the line he's speaking. One of the better DCU Online, he sounds pretty unhinged.
said at 5:29 PM on Fri Oct 11 2013
@chaosincarnate I forgot to mention, if anyone deserves the chance to voice Mister Freeze, it's Patrick Stewart. It's a shame he'll probably never play him in live action, just imagine that voice.
said at 12:17 PM on Fri May 23 2014
@chaosincarnate Ian Mckellen also has experience from Magneto.
said at 6:57 PM on Fri May 23 2014
@pete I could picture that working. Patrick's got that smooth flair which would work well, but there's no denying Ian probably has a fantastic Freeze in him as well.
said at 5:17 PM on Wed Oct 15 2014
@chaosincarnate I bet Jeff Bennett would be a great successor to Michael Ansara.
said at 3:25 PM on Tue Oct 8 2013
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Ted Knight- Ted doesn't have that much to really work with, and to me I feel like he's trying to do an accent, I just don't know what. 2/10

Lennie Weinrib- His voice is just flat out ridiculous and sounds on par with Arnold Schwarzeneggers performance as Freeze. Not to mention, its too high and just too silly to take the least bit serious even for the 70s animated series. 2/10

Michael Ansara- What can I say about Ansara? Ansara has purely defined the role of Freeze and not only that, this role is what changed the backstory and motives of the character, and Ansara nails it just perfectly. He sounds cold (no pun intended), calculating, but you can sympathize with him and at points I got choked up with this character. Ansaras best work and one of the greatest performances in DC history. R.I.P. Michael Ansara. 10/10

Clancy Brown- While I do feel this is much more monstrous of a depiction of Freeze, while still showing some of the sympathy. But to me this performance feels to much like a generic bad guy performance for Clancy, and there really isn't that much to the performance that makes me think its great. It's not bad, I just feel it is too raspy and deep for Freeze. 6/10

Eric Bauza- I like Bauzas performance and it is very remisecent of Ansaras performance, which he does a good job at, I just wish he had a little bit more to work with. 7/10

Keith Szarabajka- I like Keiths raspiness to the voice and he does have the calculating sound and feel for the character and he pulls it off quite well, again I wish he had much more to work with in the series aside from being in a few episodes. 7.5/10

Robert Kraft- Robert sounds very good for the DC Universe game and he has this great somewhat deep voice, but he sounds very threatening and creepy which does give him this great edge to his role which works fantastically well, especially for a game with subpar casting at best. 8/10

John DiMaggio- out of the classic style portrayals of the character, John is definitely the best out of all of them. He does pull off the accent well, and he does sound moderately threatening, but there isn't much to the performance compared to the other performances, but I feel it does work very well for the classic style portrayal. 6.5/10

Maurice LaMarche- When I first heard Maurice was going to be Freeze, I was curious but at the same time thought he would do a great job in the role. Thank god I was 100% right. Not only is LaMarche fantastic, he takes everything great about all of the best versions of Freeze and mixes them all together. Taking the calmness of Kraft and Ansara, mixed with both their cold, calculating, and threatening tone as well, making it one of the greatest casting choices in gaming history IMO. 10/10

Townsend Coleman- I LOVE Townsend Colemans work and I was happy that he got to be in this game....for a whole 3 sentences. Coleman was extremely under utilized in this game as were many of the other talent in the game, which I do hope they make another Lego Batman game (And by the ending they probably are, that or a Lego Superman game) just so they can bring some of these guys back to get more lines. That being said, Coleman does sound very good in the role, but again I wish he had gotten more lines here rather than just 11 words of dialogue. 7/10

Overall it's hard for me to pick a favorite out of the choices since there are 4 very good performances here and two worthy of being some of the best DC casting choices. I guess I'll go like this.

1. Ansara/LaMarche
2. Kraft
3. Keith Szarabajka
4. Eric Bauza
5. Townsend Coleman
6. John DiMaggio
7. Clancy Brown
8. Ted Knight
9. Lennie Weinrib
said at 5:11 PM on Mon Oct 7 2013
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1. Michael Ansara - May he rest in peace. He played the PERFECT Mr. Freeze. Few even come close.
2. Maurice LeMarche - Ansara's spiritual successor. He sounds more emotional when he talks normally, but when the robotic sound effect comes in he sounds exactly like Ansara.
3. Robert Kraft - A very fittingly cold, detatched voice. Like a deeper version of Ansara's take.
4. Keith Szarabajka - Fits Freeze very well.
5. Clancy Brown - A bit overly sinister for Freeze, but an awesome voice nonetheless.
6. Eric Bauza - If Freeze is to be a campy villain, this is how he should sound.
7. Townsend Coleman - Is he trying to imitate Ahnold? I can't tell.
8. John DiMaggio - He's...passable?
9. Lennie Weinrib - A bit too overdone.
10. Ted Knight - Generic.
said at 2:28 PM on Fri Nov 7 2014
I bet Jeff Bennett would be great as Michael's successor.
said at 2:09 PM on Wed Dec 10 2014
@Slick I think Mauriche LeMarche fits better, actually. The "you are in my world now, Batman" line sounds just like Ansara.
said at 4:49 AM on Sat Sep 28 2013
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I actually prefer Maurice LaMarche.

Michael does a great job of displaying the tragicness in his performance. Heck, his version defined Freeze and leaves an impact. However, I feel that LaMarche carries out the tragic aspect of the character while displaying more emotional range. I also like the effects on his performance too.

So I'll vote for LaMarche. But Ansara was no doubt memorable and a definite classic.
said at 6:35 PM on Tue Nov 11 2014
I bet Jeff Bennett could do a great impression of Michael Ansara.
said at 2:24 AM on Thu Sep 26 2013
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I wonder if Miguel Ferrer would make a good Mr. Freeze?
said at 11:00 AM on Mon Nov 3 2014
He would!
said at 6:05 PM on Fri Aug 2 2013
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R.I.P. Michael Ansara
said at 5:18 PM on Wed Oct 15 2014
Now Jeff Bennett should become his successor.
said at 2:47 PM on Tue Jul 2 2013
Michael Ansara's lines sent chills down my spine (no pun intended)
Nightmare Crusher
said at 7:58 AM on Mon Jun 10 2013
My two favorites are Michael Ansara and Maurice LaMarche, but I'm leaning toward Michael. Maurice occasionally sounded Christopher Walken-ish to me and I actually think the filter they used on his voice was kind of silly.
said at 3:37 PM on Wed Jun 5 2013
Its hard to decide between Michael Ansara and Maurice LaMarche but I would have to go with Maurice. Robert Kraft is good too but nothjng beats Mo
said at 12:09 PM on Tue Apr 30 2013
Oh god...Micheal Ansara or Maurice LaMarche...please don't make me choose. Clancy Brown is great too.
said at 6:54 PM on Thu Mar 14 2013
I'm finding it hard to decide between Michael Ansara & Clancy Brown. Both are so phenomenally great; decisions, decisions.
said at 1:03 AM on Sat Mar 9 2013
Ted Knight: Very generic and thuggish.

Lennie Weinrib: I'm sorry, but what about Mr. Freeze screams "Russian Accent" to this guy?

Michael Ansara: Bitter, focused on revenge, yet always lamenting Nora. The best Mr. Freeze.

Clancy Brown: Very menacing and another great performance turned in by the voice of Lex Luthor.

Eric Bauza: Sounds kind of bored.

Keith Szarabajka: I do like the whispery tone he gives Freeze.

Robert Kraft: Another very good performance.

John Dimaggio: Sounds like Arnold Schwarzenegger (trust me, after Batman and Robin, I don't want to be reminded of that)

Maurice LaMarche: I love the sympathetic touch he adds to Freeze.

Townshend Coleman: meh.
said at 5:21 PM on Fri Mar 8 2013
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Michael and Maurice are obviously the best, but I also really love Clancy Brown. Freeze had a really cool design in that show and Browns voice fit it completely. The only thing that bugs me is that he was just a thug out for money in the series, unlike Michaels tragic backstory. Keith I think is really good too.
said at 12:02 PM on Fri Mar 1 2013
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Maurice LaMarche was incredible. He's definitely my favorite Mr. Freeze. Micheal Ansara was great too and his influence on the character as he is today is undeniable, but I agree with CatsTuxedo that he was just too constantly woe-is-me to consider him the best. LaMarche could do the same thing and still have more emotional range. Ansara could have been even better if he had a script and story with more variety and different direction, but for what it's worth he took part in changing how people saw the character and left an undeniable impact. I enjoy both, but Maurice LaMarche was perfect for the part and I hope Mr. Freeze makes a more prominent appearance in future games.
said at 8:06 PM on Sat Jan 5 2013
Maurice LaMarche for me.
said at 9:43 PM on Fri Oct 12 2012
Ansara is amazing as the tragic villain. Maurice was good too and sounded cool with the filter but in my opinion Ansara is better. For a less tragic Freeze Clancy Brown was awesome.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 5:17 AM on Wed Oct 3 2012
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I'm going with LaMarche here. He resembles a more natural version of Ansara (whom I feel is a bit too theatrically melancholy to be completely believable) and that filter is just plain cool. The said filter also manages to make his exclamations upon being handed a takedown in his boss fight really funny ("Get off me!" in particular cracks me up).

On a side note, I do believe that Schwarzenegger could've been a decent Freeze if he had better material to work with (though I have to give him credit for managing to have fun in the role while lugging that hundred-pound suit around, which can't be easy by any stretch of the imagination); his voice has a distinctly threatening, growly quality that comes in handy during certain moments (The "humanity must suffer with me" and "turn Gotham into an icy graveyard" speeches and his last scene with Ivy in Arkham come to mind).
said at 9:16 PM on Fri Oct 5 2012
@CatsTuxedo Agreed. Maurice managed to capture both the menacing and sympathetic side of Freeze. Michael Ansara did it too, but Maurice did it better IMO.
Grim Griefer
said at 1:18 AM on Tue Sep 11 2012
Michael Ansara's Mr. Freeze is the one everyone remembers. The script by Paul Dini, design by Mike Mignola, and voiceover by Michael Ansara were so well received that it replaced the Mr. Freeze of the comics.

Something to note about Michael Ansara's Mr. Freeze is that he sounded different in every appearance even though it was the same actor. In the first B:TAS appearance of Freeze in "Hear of Ice" the Victor Fries pre-transformation had a someone refined accent you'd find in the upper-middle class on the East Coast. Mr. Freeze in the suit utilized a lot of voice masks and synthesizers. In later appearances there was no voice masking or synthesizers and outside the suit, he had a more midwest accent.
said at 9:18 AM on Tue Jul 31 2012
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Michael Ansara. No questions asked. Maurice does do a rather good job in Arkham City, I'll admit, and many of the other actors are *fine* in the role. But Ansara and Dini's writing completely changed our perception of Mr. Freeze's character forever.
said at 2:35 AM on Mon Jul 16 2012
Tragic-wise, I go for Michael Ansara. Menacing-wise I choose Clancy Brown.
said at 9:17 PM on Fri Oct 5 2012
@Sokka2Me Maurice has shades of both. ;-P
said at 4:42 PM on Mon Jul 9 2012
Ted Knight: It was a decent performance, but ultimately forgettable.

Lennie Weinrib: Hahahaha! That accent is just…its too funny.

Michael Ansara: Now this is when things got good. His performance in Heart of Ice simply cannot be faulted.

Clancy Brown: Clancy just feels so, excuse the pun, cool in the role.

Eric Bauza: he was ok. It was never really that threatening, but I atleast I did not lose interest in listening too him.

Keith Szarabajka: Like Clancy Brown, he just sounds so cool! I hope he gets more than just that cameo in the Young Justice pilot.

Robert Kraft: Not the first person I would think of for Freeze, but a good performance none the less.

John DiMaggio: More comical this time, a throwback to the good old Weinrib days. But the difference is, that this was meant to be comedic.

Maurice LaMarche: Sounds just as awesome as Ansara.

Ansara and LaMarche tie for first place, Clancy Brown third, Keith fourth, then Kraft, Bauza and DiMaggio are all about the same for me, with Ted Knight and Lennie Weinrid coming in at the bottom.
said at 11:55 AM on Thu Jul 12 2012
@Cheesyfeet106 Freeze returns in the YJ episode "Terrors".
said at 2:53 PM on Thu Jul 19 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight Oh, thanks, I didn't get to watch much of Young Justice yet.
said at 7:14 PM on Mon Jul 23 2012
@Cheesyfeet106 Townsend Coleman is good too, I'll lace him just above Kraft/Bauza/DiMaggio.
said at 1:32 PM on Sat Jun 23 2012
They modeled LaMarche's version after Ansara... I was going to pick Michael Ansara however LaMarche sounds like a real badass with that filter. My favorite villain in that game :)
said at 1:20 PM on Sun Jun 17 2012
John sounds like Arnold Schwarzeeggar.
said at 8:46 AM on Fri Jun 15 2012
It's very close, but I think I'll go with Micheal Ansara: he gives Freeze that cold, tragic and memorable performance.

Maurice LaMarche is at a close second for really nailing the evil side of Freeze.

But seriously if Robert Kraft had that accent Micheal had he would probobly be my first choice, he sounds a little generic otherwise.

Clancy Brown is also very good as usuall.
said at 1:31 PM on Sat Apr 21 2012
Michael Ansara is probably my first choice. The BTAS version changed everyone's perception of Freeze as a character after all. However LaMarche was also great as Freeze and the only one to come close.
Spider RedNight
said at 2:19 AM on Tue Mar 13 2012
As close as this came, I think I'm pulling for Maurice LaMarche. His voice just sounds to melancholy despite how cold it's supposed to be. Ansara's a very close second, but as one who played Arkham City before having much to do with Batman in general, LaMarche's voice was the one I found myself... "warming" up to the most.
said at 6:03 PM on Sun Mar 4 2012
Oh yeah and Keith Szarbajka sounds like a joke.
said at 2:17 AM on Sat Jan 28 2012
1. Maurice LaMarche
2. Michael Ansara
3. Robert Kraft
4. Clancy Brown
said at 12:50 AM on Sat Dec 10 2011
Ted Knight - Generic villain voice. Yawn.
Lennie Weinrib - THE FU--
Michael Ansara - Perfect for the more tragic character in this show. You could say his performance was... CHILLING?
Clancy Brown - Clancy does an awesome villainous voice, as usual.
Eric Bauza - Not bad. Could sound better, though.
Keith Szarabajka - A pretty good performance. I like his calm demeanor.
Robert Kraft - He's alright. Not one of the better tragic voices.
John DiMaggio - Strange that he uses an accent, but he doesn't sound corny or anything, unlike Weinrib.
Maurice LaMarche - Another good tragic voice and he sounds really COOL whenever they filter his voice.
said at 12:23 AM on Mon Nov 28 2011
I like the earlier ones too. :) I thought that Ted Knight did a pretty good job.
said at 12:34 AM on Tue Oct 25 2011
Mr Ansara get my top vote, followed closely by LaMarche.
said at 11:17 PM on Sun Oct 23 2011
I'm gonna echo the "Editor's Opinion" here by saying my favorite two voice actors for Mr. Freeze are Michael Ansara and Maurice LaMarche. I thought they did a good job with how Freeze was handled in B: TAS and Arkham City respectively. Keith Szarabajka was my second favorite. until the AC trailer, but now he's third. Robert Kraft wasn't too bad, either.

Clancy Brown was okay, but my enjoyment of his Freeze is hampered by how The Batman handled the character.
said at 2:22 PM on Mon Oct 17 2011
1) Ansara
2) Brown
3) Szarabajka
said at 11:30 AM on Wed Oct 12 2011
Hollywood wasted Michael Ansara. He was the Technomage on Babylon 5 and had the title role in the old Outer Limits episode Soldier.
said at 11:59 AM on Mon Aug 15 2011
Michael Ansara is the best hands-down, but Maurice LaMarche does a respectable job too!
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:20 AM on Mon Aug 15 2011
Added Maurice LaMarche from a recent trailer.
Blue Paratroopa
said at 11:33 PM on Sun Aug 14 2011
Michael Ansara had such a beautiful, pained voice hidden behind his monotone. A great performance.
said at 10:32 AM on Sat Aug 6 2011
Clancy Brown, then Michael Ansara
said at 11:26 PM on Fri Jul 22 2011
MIchael hands down.
SM Scorx
said at 12:30 PM on Tue Jul 5 2011
1) Michael Ansara
2) Clancy Brown
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:19 PM on Mon May 2 2011
Michael and Robert are the better Freeze for when he needs to be threatening yet sympethtic and Clancy Brown and Keith are the best villain Mr. Freeze as you don't feel sorry but you know to take them seriously.
If I have to choose I'd go with Clancy
said at 2:18 AM on Wed Mar 23 2011
Okay the older voices just suck, I'm gonna get that outta the way. If you want the tragic and calculating Mr. Freeze, then Michael Ansara and Robert Kraft do it perfectly! However if you want a Freeze who's moreover a flat-out Villain, or in Brown's case criminal Mad-Man, then Clancy Brown and Keith Szarabajka do Great. It seems they were going for a "Campy" version of Ansara's Freeze with Eric Bauza's rendition, and surprisingly i thought it was pretty good! And I can't wait for Maurice LaMarche's performance from "Batman: Arkham City"! 8->
said at 10:57 PM on Fri Mar 11 2011
Three way tie between Ansara, Szarabajka and Brown.
said at 8:21 AM on Wed Mar 9 2011
I'm tied between Keith Szarabajka and Robert Kraft as number one. Michael Ansara is number two, Clancy Brown number 3 and Eric Bauza number 4. Ted Knight is number 5 and Lennie Weinrib is last place due to the accent. I can never picture Freeze talking like that.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 11:24 AM on Mon Mar 7 2011
Not too fond of Knight's and Weinrib's , but I can see why they went in that particular direction, you know, for the times. ;) Clancy Brown makes any character awesome, which is both a + and a - , as every character sounds *cool*, they also sound the same. Kraft wasn't too bad, but my top three choices would be:

1.) Keith Szarabajka
2.) Michael Ansara
3.) Eric Bauza
said at 6:02 PM on Sun Mar 6 2011
1.Michael Ansara
2.Keith Szarabajka
3.Robert Kraft
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 4:34 PM on Sun Mar 6 2011
To me, it's between Ansara and Szarabajka. They both represent a more refined and intelligent supervillain in my mind. Their voices and words sound like those spoken from a very educated and almost aged/retired doctor.

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Who do you think has been the best from these Mr. Freeze voice actors?
Robert Kraft
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