Two Face
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Two Face

Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Two Face with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Batman

Two Face is one of the various members of Batman's Rogues Gallery whom made his comic book debut in Detective Comics #66 back in August of 1942. Two Face's original name is Harvey Dent whom was known as a heroic District Attorney for Gotham and an ally to folks such as Commissioner Gordon and Batman (and Bruce Wayne). Unfortunately due to a tragic incident (though the exact details depend on the storyline) half of Harvey's body was scarred, then Harvey went insane and became the criminal known as Two Face. Two Face has an obsession with duality as for example he likes to base his decisions on a flip of a coin on whether if he is willing to show any mercy or not.
Created by Pokejedservo on Oct 19 2011
Special thanks to Foxwolf, Music Meister, solidejake for additional sound clips.
Batman: The Animated Series (1992)
Two-Face / Harvey DentRichard Moll
Richard Moll
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008)
Two-Face / Harvey DentJames Remar
James Remar
Batman Black and White (2008)
Two-Face / Harvey DentJohn Fitzgerald
John Fitzgerald
Batman: Arkham City (2011)
Two-Face / Harvey DentTroy Baker
Troy Baker
DC Universe Online (2011)
Two FaceEdwin Neal
Edwin Neal
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1 (2012)
Two-Face / Harvey DentWade Williams
Wade Williams
Batman: The Telltale Series (2016)
Two-Face / Harvey DentTravis Willingham
Travis Willingham
DC Super Friends
Two-Face / Harvey DentMatthew Mercer
Matthew Mercer


Today on the Batman VC section we have another VC for another one of Batman's various foes and this one is none other than... TWO FACE! I know its not a huge VC but I will just simply say that I liked Richard Moll and Troy Baker the best for this role as they definitely did a low gruff voice which was very suiting for the role here. While John Fitzgerald's performance was well-acted his voice for Two Face didn't really seem all that rough at all. James Remar had an interesting idea in playing up Two Face's duality by switching between a voice for Harvey Dent and a voice for Two Face but his Two Face voice was okay at best. And while Edwin Neal's voice for Two Face was definitely gruff and his performance suited the role well but his voice for the role was a bit too high as well. Overall none of these guys are bad for the role but I did like Richard Moll and Troy Baker for this role the most.



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said at 4:14 PM on Mon Apr 17 2017
Richard moll is first for me i always enjoy hearing his performance in Batman tas

Troy Baker is second because of how much he sounded like Moll now that range

Third is Travis willingham i mean with that clip alone it outstanding

Side note: Lex lang, David wald, Michael Dobson, or Josh Morrison would make good choices for Two-Face
said at 5:57 AM on Sat Feb 18 2017
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Travis Willingham was astounding in Batman: Telltale. Conveying so much emotion as both Harvey & Two-Face, I feel he really nails that duality & the contrast of the character.
He could be friendly, scared, sinister or anything in between. His portrayal made me feel so sorry for Harvey as a whole. Easily the strongest performance from the game, period! Especially in three particular scenes, which if you've played/watched them, you'll know exactly the ones I'm talking about. (from Episodes 2, 3 & 5, respectively).
NCZ (Admin)
said at 6:57 PM on Sun Feb 12 2017
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Man, I've never really heard Travis go into territory like this. I like it.
Shaun Ince
said at 9:50 AM on Fri Feb 3 2017
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Out of all of these voice actors, Travis is the only one that nails the split personality of Harvey Dent/Two Face perfectly. The other VA's don't seem to cut it, they only seem to excel at one side & not the other which is what puts them at a disadvantage.
Shaun Ince
said at 10:46 AM on Fri Feb 3 2017
@Shaun Ince I will say this though, John Fitzgerald does get close to nailing it, he just comes up a bit short. If his acting was stronger, he probably would have had my vote before Travis Willingham was added.
said at 11:05 PM on Mon Jan 23 2017
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I'm honestly going to change my vote to Travis Willingham after some serious consideration- I never expected he could give such a deep, meaningful performance as Two Face and Harvey Dent...capturing both the malicious, evil intentions of Two Face, while simultaneously bringing out the humanity and sadness of Harvey Dent longing to do good for the town of Gotham he calls home, despite all its faults.

Regardless, I still have a great respect for many of the performances here, and I can see why Richard Moll is so well regarded nonetheless.
said at 8:47 PM on Sat Jan 21 2017
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Like many others, I didn't think Travis would be able to pull off Two Face's distinguishable rasp, but man was I wrong. I need to give his performance more time to sit with me, but he's definitely one of my favorite Two Face's ever.
said at 3:56 AM on Thu Jan 19 2017
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I wasn't too positive that Travis could've pulled this off, though I like his voice a lot, it just didn't seem to work in my head.

But he proved me wrong. He did a great job portraying Two-Face and an even better job portraying Harvey. I think Troy had a better Two-Face voice, but Travis is the better Harvey. Very impressed overall.
said at 6:51 PM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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Travis Willingham is absolutely fantastic in this role!!!

He portrays the duality so perfectly. Hearing him as the upbeat, positive Harvey in Episode 1 that wants to make Gotham a better place, combined with his slow steady descent into the exact monster he wanted to not exist in his new Gotham.

The subtle switch from Harvey's deep voice to the natural rasp of Two-Face is just perfect.

He definitely receives my vote.

The others work and yet they don't:

Richard Moll is incredible as Two-Face with his gruff, Clancy Brown-esque voice, but I don't like him as Harvey. Too nasally and I don't think it fits.

Troy Baker is an interesting case. Based on some of his previous roles like Korvac, you'd think he'd be perfect. But the problem is, he doesn't get the chance to. Arkham Harvey is already full-on Two-Face, so we don't get to see any of Harvey's development or motives. Which is a shame. Still, Troy does a good job and I really liked him in Arkham Knight.

Christopher MacDonald and Wade Williams both play different versions, but they succeed differently. Chris's Harvey is a jerk, which I don't really like, but he does Two-Face's insanity really well. Williams can be on the bland side, but there's a certain unnerving quality he has.

John Fitzgerald does something interesting using a normal voice, but he wagers on the bland side at times. Still pretty captivating.

Edwin Neal is a tad gruff, and I wish we could hear more of him as Harvey, but he is creepy.

James Remar sounds far too flat and deep as Harvey, but he does a good Two-Face.

Matthew needs more material, but he's not bad.

BONUS: It's tough to think of soneone who could match up to the high bar set by Travis Willingham, Aaron Eckhart, Richard Moll, and Troy Baker, but I think Chris Cox could be great in the role.

If he took the witty charm of his Hawkeye and made it a little more honest and earnest, than I think he could be a perfect Harvey Dent.

And a variation of his Rattler could be an excellent Two-Face.
said at 9:00 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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As much as I still enjoy Moll's take, I have to agree with the masses and go for Travis. Easily the standout performance of the series.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:23 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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I can see why Travis gets high praise, unlike Moll his gruffness feels natural and his Harvey and Two-Face voices sound different while still sounding like the same person.
I'm changing my vote to him.
Shaun Ince
said at 6:50 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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Travis Willingham is very impressive in this role.
said at 6:50 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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VC thoughts update

Richard Moll delivered an excellent performance as Two-Face. I love how he differs his voice, giving a really smooth, sophisticated sound to Harvey, and a gruff, unhinged voice for Big Bad Harv. That scream alone gets me every time.

Troy Baker does deliver a pretty good unhinged performance. It's not as great as Richard's performance, but it works well enough.

Wade Williams also delivers a great performance. He really nails the DKR version, a man who has sadly accepted that he can't change what he was.

James Remar has a really nice way to handle the split personality. There are times where he changes his voice a little bit too suddenly, but it works well enough.

Travis Willingham is quite natural in the role. He really nails the anguish and the split personality.

I also enjoyed Matthew Mercer's take a lot. I really would love it to hear him do more in the role.

John Fitzgerald and Edwin Neal feel a little bit forced to me.
said at 1:01 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
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While I haven't played the game yet, from that clip alone, I just got to change my vote to Travis!!
Stare at the Sun
said at 6:55 AM on Sun Jan 15 2017
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Travis is getting my vote. The best performance of Two-Face. Dare I say even better than TAS.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:57 PM on Fri Jan 20 2017
@Stare at the Sun There's actually a few performances from other Batman material that I feel are much better than Batman TAS. Poison Ivy, Riddler, Penguin & Catwoman from the Arkham series are the best examples I can think of.
Stare at the Sun
said at 3:05 PM on Sat Jan 21 2017
@Shaun Ince Yeah I can agree!
said at 3:28 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
@Shaun Ince I think Ajay disliked Nolan North's Penguin on account of the forced accent. British accents are more..well-kept, shall we say, whereas American accents are more vocally relaxed. It's like going higher versus going lower. Deeper is more intense & subsequently more impressive, than just doing a cartoony voice. Similarly it is difficult for Americans (me included) to pull off a good British accent.

Ajay in particular has this issue with Hellsing (Ultimate's a great dub otherwise) & JJBA (dub which has numerous issues overall). I'm not sure how other non-American/Canadians feel about this issue; ideally of course I'd prefer actual natives (as in For Honor), but I often dont notice slightly inadequate accents (on the other hand, there was an Indian in Gotham Knight & I was mad as I thought it was Jennifer Hale lol...when it turned out to be at least a person of South Asian descent.

Could use a thread tbh. I'll def agree otherwise that Wally Wingert is like the Conroy & Hamill of Riddler voices.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:30 AM on Mon Mar 20 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed Some people just perceive it differently I suppose. I've never had a problem with Penguin having a Cockney accent. It makes Nolan's take more unique in that regard. Also the Telltale Batman game & the Arkham VR game(which did not have Nolan reprising) seems to take some inspiration from Nolan's take, considering they have Cockney accents in those games.
said at 10:16 AM on Wed Mar 22 2017
@Shaun Ince I think the beef wasnt so much that they *had* accents, but that it was clearly a much more lax-accented person trying to do a very posh or proper accent & sounding fake &/or forced. It's kind of like if you had Rob Paulsen or Greg Cipes attempt to voice the Hulk. It's very difficult & arguably impossible.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:29 AM on Wed Mar 22 2017

"Posh or proper" really isn't how I'd describe the cockney accent...
said at 12:57 PM on Wed Mar 22 2017
@NCZ Ahaha, good point. I suppose it meant that vocally a British accent is in a sort of "lower gear", meaning it's more demanding than an American accent (especially a Southern one). JB Blanc (native Brit of course) described it in better detail on The Voice Behind podcast. While there are people who like to take jabs at Americans as being dumb, structurally this is an inherent sort of disadvantage in accents for actors. The nice thing is, of course, that this allows more opportunities for people in the UK (& thus a wider pool than just LA or even LA+Vancouver).
said at 2:36 AM on Wed Jan 4 2017
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Count me among those who're going to change their vote to Travis Willingham once he gets added, as others have said, he does have the best of both worlds as Harvey.
said at 10:16 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017

And now that's he added, vote changed.
said at 4:07 PM on Mon Jan 2 2017
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List update:

1. Travis Willingham - LOVED this take. He does a great job as the likable, sympathetic Harvey, which makes his monstruous turn as Two-Face even more tragic. His best scene is in Episode 3. You'll know which one. ;)

2. John Fitzgerald - Again, a very dramatic take that I appreciate. The comic it's from is also one of my favorite Two-Face stories!

3. Richard Moll - A classic take and the one that started it all, in term of other media Two-Face. The raspy voice may seem a little hammy today, but it defined adaptations to this day.

4. James Remar - A solid take on him. Pretty similar to Moll's, but a bit softer. I also just like Remar's acting in general, though. :)

5. Christopher McDonald - A lot of people don't really consider it a Two-Face performance, but the complete shift pre and post scarring is too drastic to ignore. There's a huge difference between McDonald's abrasive, impulse, and unlikable Dent to the more high-pitched, cold, and malevolent Two-Face. It's a unique contrast, and it's a shame Beware the Batman was cancelled too early so we couldn't see what they did with it.

6. Wade Williams - A nice, dramatic performance. I'm used to seeing Williams cast in tough, gruff roles, so this shows off his range nicely.

7. Troy Baker - It's a serviceable take. Nothing amazing, but it works. It's fun to listen to his dialogue during some of the missions and the audio logs. Too bad the Arkham games squandered the character, just like all villains who aren't Joker.

8. Matthew Mercer - It's not too bad, but pretty brief.

9. Edwin Neal - Like McDonald's, it's high-pitched. Unlike that performance, though, it doesn't sound threatening at all and just comes off as odd.
EPA Deane
said at 1:38 PM on Wed Jan 4 2017
@D.A.V.E. I don't Think The Arkham games Squandered Mr Freeze.
said at 4:43 PM on Wed Jan 4 2017
@EPA Deane Good point. This is one of the few times where Freeze has a concise, complete arc and doesn't feel drawn out.
said at 5:59 AM on Sat Feb 18 2017
@D.A.V.E. Oh, I know exactly the scene you're talking about.
(in regards to Willingham's take).
Nightmare Crusher
said at 12:25 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
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I've never really found the perfect voice for Two Face and for the longest time I've abstained from voting in this compare. There's two big issues that I have with Two Face's voice and all of these actors exhibit at least one of them.

The lesser of these issues is how overly gruff and forced many of these voices are. Edwin, Troy and Matthew really feel like this. It's just too much for me, I can't take it seriously.

The other problem, and this one is much more important, is I don't buy them as Harvey Dent. Richard Moll I find especially unconvincing, there's no charisma and his acting I find to be rather unconvincing. James Remar is far too flat and Troy sounds a cliche, "insane" guy.

Wade Williams and John Fitzgerald come close, although I think the former loses something in the last part of the clip where he's supposed to sound pathetic and the latter is a little too melodramatic.

Which brings me to Travis. I don't think he's the best Two Face, I think he's so far beyond the rest there isn't even a comparison. His Harvey has the exact type of charisma and charm for the character with a subtle edge to him that foreshadows what's to come. I was afraid his Two Face would be a generic, gravelly voice, but what I got was so much better. The shift in voice is subtle, to the point where you almost might not notice it at first. A big part of what makes it scary is how close it is to Harvey's normal voice, but just different enough to be unsettling and evil sounding. There's a real desperate sound to regular Harvey too once he starts changing and it comes off as far more authentic than what Troy's somewhat similar take. There is no question in my mind that I'm going to vote for Travis.
said at 4:33 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
@Nightmare Crusher - I know it's a typo, but I find it funny that you said " I don't think he's the best Two Face" then proceed with an entire paragraph on why you love his performance so much XD
said at 5:12 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
@Nightmare Crusher
I think Travis works even better when Harv's face isn't burnt, so you can't even tell which side is in control.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 6:31 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
@HyperVoiceActing It's not a typo. Best implies a comparison. As I said in the very next sentence, I don't think there is a comparison.
said at 7:24 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
@Nightmare Crusher - Ah, that makes sense
said at 10:02 PM on Sun Nov 27 2016
@GreenGoblin75 That's what happened in my playthrough. Harvey's face never got f*cked up.
said at 10:24 AM on Sun Nov 27 2016
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Travis Willingham's actually pretty great as Two Face: easily one of the better voices the character's had, IMO. It doesn't top Richard Moll's portrayal for me, but it definitely does it justice.
said at 5:05 AM on Sun Nov 27 2016
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Sorry, Troy. I'm changing my vote to Travis when he gets added.
said at 10:13 AM on Fri Nov 11 2016
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They really shoved Two-Face to the sidelines in the Arkham series. Only appeared in two games and barely given any screentime. Maybe because there's not a whole lot you can do with him, but still.

Troy Baker is ok, but he does the dual-personality thing and there's not enough of a contrast. It's hard to tell when he's Harvey and when he's "Big Bad Harv".

Richard Moll on the other hand was awesome. That gruff take has that balance where you can't tell if it's human or a monster, and there's such a huge contrast between it and his regular nice-guy Harvey voice that has never been duplicated since.
said at 12:23 PM on Fri Oct 21 2016
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Travis Willingham's take shows some promise, but I'm not sure if it's as good as Richard's:
said at 10:08 AM on Fri Nov 11 2016
@Kioea It's not, but I'd say it's the best performance since Richard's.
said at 8:23 PM on Thu Oct 6 2016
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Can't wait to hear William Shatner as Two-Face!
said at 1:23 PM on Sat Oct 29 2016
@UltimateCharm Heads...or Tails, Batman. You MUST...choose...ifyouwantosaveherlife.
said at 5:59 PM on Tue Aug 30 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
1. Richard Moll
2. Troy Baker
3. James Remar
said at 11:17 AM on Wed May 11 2016
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I LOVE Richard Moll's take. His Harvey Dent is suave, charismatic, and friendly, while his Two-Face is guttural, terrifying, and resonant. His ability to switch between the two at will shows off his ability as an actor.

Troy Baker's is really good, too. His Two-face voice is just as good as Moll's, and his delivery is superb. Unfortunately, his Harvey is bland, lacking the charisma or careful speech of a practiced attorney.

The rest are okay but don't do much for me. John Fitzgerald's take is well-acted but sounds a bit too old for the role. Wade Williams' performance is unique and interesting as an older, weary version of the character, but the voice itself is far too generic. James Remar's take is funny as the camp mob-boss version of the character. Edwin Neal is average. He honestly feels like a poor man's Moll, though. Matthew Mercer is sadly the worst. His voice is far too understated for the character, especially for a hammy series like DC super friends. I think he could do a decent job if he let himself go a bit more.

1. Richard Moll
2. Troy Baker
3. Wade Williams
4. John Fitzgerald
5. James Remar
6. Edwin Neal
7. Matthew Mercer
said at 6:53 PM on Mon Mar 21 2016
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1. Richard Moll- What can I say that hasn't already been said? He has an absolutely bloodcurdling scream...and a deep, growly, menacing's a perfect fit for Two Face. He manages to make Two Face a tragic villain that you are not only completely intimidated by, but also feel remorse for, at the same time. Hands down one of the standout performances from Batman: The Animated Series.

2. Troy Baker- His pitch of voice itself is excellent, but he lacks that insane/unhinged aspect of Two Face, that Moll had down to a tee. He's a tad subdued by comparison to Richard Moll, but admittedly, Troy can indeed pull off the manic edge fairly well when the time calls for it.

3. Wade Williams- His take definitely inspires great sympathy for the character, and it does have a more manic edge to it, that works better for a character like Two Face, but he isn't nearly as menacing or Richard or Troy, and can occasionally feel a bit generic.

4. Matthew Mercer- Pretty good pitch of voice, but it's so one-note, I'm not sure what to make of his take so far. I'll need more material to form a genuine opinion on his take, but I like what I've heard in this clip so far.

5. John Fitzgerald- Like Wade, he does manage to make you feel sympathy for Two Face and does sound villainous. Unlike Wade, however, he completely lacks a manic edge as well as a menacing appeal.

6. James Remar- He's honestly rather inconsistent, and his performance fluctuates a lot. He often just sounds like a generic guy, but sometimes, he does sound fairly villainous, to his merit. I don't feel any true kind of unhinged craziness from his interpretation, though, and when he does attempt to show that aspect of Two Face, it comes across as rather dry and flat.

7. Edwin Neil- He sounds villainous, sure, but at the same time, he sounds way too draconic and monstrous at the same time, for someone like Two Face, of all people. I get a generic evil villain vibe from his take as well- it just feels like there's little reason for me to feel any sympathy whatsoever for his tragedy/plight with this voice. This take is too focused on the villainous aspect, to the point where it lacks the other aspects of Two Face's character entirely.
said at 7:23 PM on Wed Apr 13 2016
@Dr.Who To be fair, I think the fluctuation in James Remar's is on purpose. Like he's constantly switching between Harvey and Two-Face.
said at 2:29 PM on Mon Mar 21 2016
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1. Richard Moll
2. Troy Baker (AK)
3. Wade Williams/John Fitzgerald/Christopher McDonald
4. Troy Baker (AC)
5. James Remar
6. Edwin Neal
7. Matthew Mercer
said at 12:16 PM on Fri Mar 4 2016
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Richard Moll's performance as Two Face is easily one of the best performances in BTAS. I love he gave two totally distinct unique voices for both Harvey Dent and Two Face. Harvey having a voice that sounds a bit like Clancy Brown's Lex Luthor while Two Face is this deep, growly, monstrous voice, it somewhat reminds me a bit of Daran Norris's Venom. He got Harvey's mental instability down perfectly making him a vengeful yet tragic monster. The scream he gives when he sees his face the first time after the's so raw and powerful.

Troy Baker is a solid 2nd place for Two Face, he nails the unhinged split personality and his voice sounds great too...just not as great as Moll's IMO.

James Remar is a great fit for Two Face but sadly his performance is a bit too inconsistent for my liking. It's a shame but if he had another go at the role, I'm sure he could nail him for sure.

Wade Williams was a good fit for the Dark Knight Returns Harvey Dent. The Two Face who tried to become Harvey Dent again. Though I preferred his performance as Black Mask far more.

John Fitzgerald's melancholic take on Dent is unique and sympathetic. He doesn't go for the growly split personality angle but I feel it sounds a bit too generic at the same time.

Matthew Mercer's pretty good with the limited material he had, add this to the list of times when he and Troy both voice the same character.

Edwin Neal sounds way too monstrous for Two Face, I like the sound of the voice but this sounds way more like a Killer Croc kind of voice to me.

I'm going with Richard Moll on this one.

BONUS: I could so see Brian Drummond, Daran Norris, Clancy Brown and Keith David being excellent as Harvey Dent/Two Face.
said at 2:02 PM on Mon Mar 21 2016

I must also say that, rewatching Nolan's Batman movies many years later, Eckhart's performance sounds EXACTLY like the Baker-Mercer voice.

said at 1:31 AM on Wed Feb 24 2016
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"Faved by 22 BTVA Members"

said at 5:11 PM on Mon Mar 7 2016
@D.A.V.E. I was gonna "Shout Out" this but there's already be 2, lol
said at 8:24 AM on Wed Dec 9 2015
To me its a tie between Mole and Baker.
said at 5:54 PM on Tue Oct 27 2015
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Having played Arkham Knight, I feel that Troy Baker has improved thanks to getting to use a deeper voice. To me, it's kinda shocking how he can sometimes sound a bit like Richard Moll and John Fitzgerald.

Speaking of Richard Moll, he was no doubt a favourite from the animated series. It's not hard to hear why. He has an incredibly sinister voice yet also oozes out tragedy and is very emotive.

John was an interesting change of pace. I like how he got to stick with one tone of voice, which makes the dual-personality very subtle. He also has the best "melancholy" voice IMO.
said at 11:16 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
Sticking with Moll, though Matthew Mercer does all right.
said at 8:20 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
Matthew did fine, even if there's only one or two lines. Loved the "dent" reference as well.

1. John Fitzgerald
2. James Remar
3. Richard Moll
4. Wade Williams
5. Christopher McDonald
6. Troy Baker
7. Matthew Mercer
8. Edwin Neal
Shaun Ince
said at 3:31 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
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This is another role Mercer shares with Baker. As for his voice, it's OK. It's better than Edwin Neal, that's for sure.
said at 1:46 PM on Mon Sep 7 2015
 3 Shout Outs!
Moll was really excellent in this role. He played the mental instability perfectly and did a great job in giving Two Face some sort of depth.

1) Richard Moll
2) Troy Baker
3) Wade Williams
4) James Remar
5) Matthew Mercer
6) John Fitzgerald
7) Edwin Neal
Axem Red
said at 3:31 PM on Thu Apr 30 2015
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Richard Moll reminds me of Clancy Brown's voice for Uka Uka.
said at 2:52 PM on Tue May 5 2015
@Axem Red He reminds me of Christian Bale's Batman a bit, in retrospect.

Or I guess I should say that Christian Bale's Batman reminds me of Richard Moll's Two Face.
said at 4:57 PM on Tue May 5 2015
@Metabad Funny you mention that, I was thinking recently that Christian Bale's Batman voice would've been a good fit for Two Face.
said at 9:01 AM on Thu Apr 23 2015
1. Richard Moll
2. Troy Baker
3. John Fitzgerald
4. James Remar
5. Edwin Neal
6. Wade Williams
said at 6:23 AM on Thu Mar 5 2015
1) Richard Moll
2) Troy Baker
3) Wade Williams
4) James Remar
5) John Fitzgerald
6) Edwin Neal
said at 3:04 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
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Richard Moll, Troy Baker, and John Fitzgerald are all pitch perfect for the big bad Harv. It's difficult to really pick a favorite, because they all capture the unstable duality of the character impeccably.

Wade Williams works just fine as the aging DKR version, not sure what the big problem with it is. James Remar is alright, but he did the voice too light and could probably work better under proper direction.

Edwin Neal is the only person I really don't like as Two Face here. Really high and forced, I don't buy it at all.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:32 PM on Sat Oct 18 2014
Dark Knight Returns
said at 1:55 PM on Mon Nov 3 2014
@Slick OMG, you're still doing this?
said at 2:34 PM on Tue Nov 4 2014
@Slick Oh yes you are. You have absolutely no way to say for sure who the poll will favor, especially with no indication of such.

Please stop declaring these things, it's getting seriously old.
said at 3:07 PM on Thu Nov 6 2014
The guy took the same course in trolling as Scott Devine. You'll never win if you play his game for even a second.
said at 7:45 PM on Thu Sep 18 2014
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Clancy Brown as Two-Face anyone?
Polyester Funk
said at 11:42 PM on Thu Sep 18 2014
@Zillah That'd be interesting. He could certainly do a normal human guy voice for Harvey and then a deep monster voice for Two-Face.
said at 11:21 PM on Tue Aug 19 2014
1. John Fitzgerald
2. James Remar
3. Richard Moll
4. Wade Williams
5. Christopher McDonald
6. Troy Baker
7. Edwin Neal
said at 3:05 PM on Tue Oct 28 2014
@Slick Beware the Batman
said at 8:56 AM on Sat Feb 28 2015
@Archerboy58 wasn't he just harvey there
said at 5:13 PM on Sat Feb 28 2015
@Thranmoe no clue
said at 6:40 PM on Sun Apr 19 2015
@Thranmoe He sorta becomes Two-Face in the last two episodes, with a different voice and everything. He just never takes off the bandages from his head and we never see him without them.
said at 5:50 PM on Fri Aug 8 2014
I liked Troy baker the most. He really did a good job of making his Harvey side sound more conflicted, unsure, and innocent and big bad harve was very menacing, intimidating, and overall just plain scary. James Remar's Harvey was good, but the other side of the character I wasn't feeling all that much. Richard Moll is a personal favorite of mine, but my unbiased vote will have to go to Baker.
Polyester Funk
said at 10:48 PM on Sat Jun 14 2014
I'll go with Richard Moll. That voice was phenomenal and was a good voice for a monster. I did really like how that series let you get to know Harvey before he became Two-Face and Moll did great playing both sides with different voices.

I like Troy Baker. It's not super deep, but it does sound threatening.

James Remar sounds iffy. I like the idea, but it doesn't seem executed well. If given another shot he might do better.

Edwin sound like he's channeling Moll, but it's just OK. And the other guys don't really do much for me.
said at 8:10 PM on Sat Jun 14 2014
Steve Blum, Ron Perlman, Nolan North, and Clancy Brown need to play Two-Face in the future
facundo guerra 4
said at 4:29 PM on Thu Jul 3 2014
@Archerboy58 Steve Blum actually voiced Two Face in Lego Batman:The Videogame however he just did grunts
said at 8:10 AM on Fri Jul 4 2014
@Archerboy58 Oh and John Diamgio
said at 8:10 AM on Fri Jul 4 2014
@facundo guerra 4 i know i meant with lines
said at 11:34 AM on Wed Apr 22 2015
@Slick seems like it
said at 6:28 PM on Sat May 31 2014
Troy Baker was outstanding. I liked Moll a lot but Baker's voice made it fit into the game of Arkham City perfectly. Baker gave him his cruel, calm, and energetic voice all together. So it was Troy..
said at 9:21 AM on Fri May 2 2014
Would John Dimagio make a good Two-Face?
said at 12:23 AM on Wed Mar 26 2014
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Moll wins in my eyes. His scream just... /chills/ every time. Fritzegald is a second, holding a fine voice that can be the charismatic Harvey and the rage filled Two Face. Remar had potential with his voice switching, but I don't think it had a chance to shine. Neal is just a bit too high. Baker's about tied with Fitzegald. His changing between voices is much more subtle than Remar, and like Fitzegald he holds the essence of both sides quite well. And Williams is... meh. i blame that on the material. A real shot, I think he could shine.

I think Nathan Fillion could do great with the role. He's well known for his charisma, but with characters like Mal he demonstrates he can show darkness in that confidence, something that would be a great fit for Harvey. And roles like Caleb showcase the rage needed for Two Face. Plus, he sounds a bit like Aaron Eckhart to me. Moll's and Fitzegald's performances make me think Maurice LaMarche might do good too. Something like a more serious Father voice. He can convey despair fantastically, and the anger would be as commanding as always.
said at 5:01 PM on Tue Mar 18 2014
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After giving it a thought, I think I'll go with John Fitzgerald with Richard Moll as a second. I don't really think a raspy or rough voice fits Two-Face at all, and I thought Fitzgerald nailed the tragedy of the character a bit better.

I wonder how Christopher McDonald will do if Beware the Batman ever turns Dent into Two-Face.
said at 8:22 AM on Sun Nov 17 2013
Richard is my favourite Two-Face with Troy a close 2nd.

James & John were ok at the voice.

Edwin was a bit high pitched while Wade was a bit too soft.
said at 5:54 PM on Mon Oct 7 2013
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1. Richard Moll - THE best Two-Face. He fits the character so perfectly, and his acting is sensational.
2. Troy Baker - The second best Two-Face, and an especially great Harvey Dent.
3. James Remar - Takes after Richard Moll quite nicely.
4. Michael Fitzgerald - A nice melancholy take on Two-Face, but lacks the gruffness.
5. Edwin Neal - Too high pitched and the rasp in his voice reaches cartoonish levels. Just very unnatural.
6. Wade Williams - A really bland voice, IMHO.
said at 5:45 PM on Mon Sep 30 2013
Richard Moll, no doubt. As for Troy, he said he drew inspiration from Moll....but really all I hear is Troy and then EEEEVIL TROY. It's not a bad voice, but its nothing spectacular too me. Probably because I've heard him so many times.
said at 10:56 AM on Sun Aug 25 2013
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I'm changing my vote to John Fitzgerald. I really, really liked how he wasn't switching to completely opposite sides of Harvey Dent in his performance. I thought it was a breath of fresh air from "normal and calm before getting extremely raspy."

Richard Moll is my favorite after him. That rasp came very naturally to him, and he could be either psychotic and creepy or pretty funny. Plus he also gave a nice performance before he became Two Face.

I thought Troy Baker sounded a little weak on the whole. His Harvey voice is a little too recognizable as his regular voice, and his Two Face voice was weak, IMO. The rasp and snarl lacked the bite to it that Richard Moll's has, and I thought he didn't put enough force into it.

I don't see much to comment on with the others.
said at 9:22 AM on Mon Aug 5 2013
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1. Richard Moll- Moll is one of the best casting choices that the show had, and I like how they use him a lot before he becomes two face and flesh out his character better than just have him appear as Two Face. And am I the only one that thinks Moll sounds a LOT like Clancy Brown? 9/10

2. John Fitzgerald- John doesn't use the raspiness that Two Face is associated with but he does a very good kind of tragic and mellow voice for the character which works extremely well. 8/10

3. Troy Baker- Troy sounds much younger than the other incarnations of Two Face, but it does strangely work. Its not one of his better performances, but he does capture some of the raspiness and creepiness to Molls performance. 7.5/10

4. Edwin Neal- Now he isn't great, and his raspiness sounds somewhat odd to me for the role, but he does do at least a commendable job and does sound threatening in the role. I just think his voice works better for Killer Croc. 7/10

5. James Remar- I do like the idea of making the raspiness the bad side and the normal voice being his good side, but I feel he doesn't sound that invested in the role at points, particularly the good side, which he sounds really bored to me. As for the bad side, he doesn't sound really all that raspy and it sounds real bizarre to me. 6.5/10

6. Wade Williams- I feel if Wade did something similar to his Black Mask voice this would've been a better performance, but there isn't really that much to say about it. It's not bad, it just has no real thing going for it to make it a memorable performance. 5.5/10
said at 12:47 PM on Wed Aug 7 2013
@skeletonking1234 I also thought Richard Moll sounded like Clancy Brown.
said at 9:55 AM on Tue Jul 16 2013
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Richard Moll: 10/10
John Fitzgerald: 8/10
James Remar: 7/10
Edwin Neal: 8.5/10
Troy Baker: 10/10
Wade Williams: 6/10
The reason why I tied Moll and Baker is because I think Moll voices the best Two-Face, while Baker voices the best Harvey Dent. Though when it comes down to it, Moll gets my vote, as I felt he had more to work with.
said at 5:20 PM on Sat Jun 22 2013
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John Fitzgerald got my vote.
said at 1:52 PM on Sun Jun 16 2013
Baker and Moll are my favs, with a slight edge to Moll.
said at 4:54 PM on Sun Jun 9 2013
Troy Baker and Richard Moll for me.
said at 8:09 PM on Sat May 25 2013
'm going with Troy Baker. Richard Moll,Edwin Neil, John Fitzgerald and Wade Williams were good too.
said at 1:35 PM on Sat Apr 6 2013
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Richard Moll's scream. Oh God.
said at 11:49 AM on Fri Mar 22 2013
James Remar could have done A Lot BETTER in know. But oh well. Going with Richard and Troy (whom I did predict would be a good Two Face). Wade had potential, but it seems like Andrea's casting him in everything.
said at 6:06 PM on Fri Mar 1 2013
Richard Moll. Troy Baker did pretty good, but he didn't do that much. If he reprises the role and they give him more to work with I will consider changing my vote to him. For now, I don't see anything all too special about it.
said at 3:28 PM on Mon Oct 1 2012
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Gonna have to go with Moll here, Troy is probably tied, and he's amazing, but even he has admitted that his favorite two face will always be Richard Moll. Part of my childhood, can't argue against that.
said at 11:27 AM on Fri Sep 14 2012
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Troy Baker for me.
said at 10:37 PM on Tue Aug 28 2012
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Troy Baker does a realy good Aaron Eckhart Impression!!!
Pgirts (AYVO S1 Winner / Master Of Memes)
said at 1:17 AM on Mon Aug 13 2012
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If you can vote for anyone else besides Richard Moll after hearing him unleash that blood curdling scream, than you simply have no taste.
said at 4:58 PM on Fri Aug 17 2012
@Pgirts I'm sorry, but just because someone doesn't vote for Moll doesn't mean that they have no taste. It's that the have a differnt opinion.
said at 10:16 PM on Fri Aug 17 2012
@Anicomicgeek Agreed. There's others who are just as good as Two-Face.
Grim Griefer
said at 12:56 AM on Tue Sep 11 2012
@Pgirts I respect the personal opinion of others, but you are absolutely right. After hearing how natural that rasp and gnarl comes to him and that awful scream, I don't know how you can vote for someone else.
said at 2:14 PM on Tue Jan 1 2013
@Grim Griefer

Very simple: not everyone thinks the same way. Just because you think something is the best doesn't mean everyone does.
Sarge Ray
said at 1:01 PM on Fri Jul 27 2012
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Anyone with me in that I want to hear Ron Perlman voice Two-Face?
said at 12:35 AM on Sun Jan 13 2013
@Sarge Ray No. Clancy Brown as Two-Face.
said at 6:00 PM on Fri Mar 1 2013
@Sarge Ray I'd be up for it! I'm a bit f a Ron Perlman fanboy though... I still think he might be able to do the character Justice (hehe, get it?) though.
said at 12:27 AM on Fri Apr 19 2013
@Mr.Fennoy93 Richard Moll kind of sounds like Clancy Brown at times.
said at 10:07 AM on Fri Jul 27 2012
troy baker/richard of the two
said at 2:40 AM on Mon Jul 16 2012
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I love Richard Moll, but it's always angry. Troy Baker captures both sides of Harvey.
said at 10:43 AM on Fri May 25 2012
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I think Clancy Brown should voice him.
said at 4:41 PM on Thu May 31 2012

I Agree. He would make a great Two-Face.
said at 4:13 AM on Mon Jun 4 2012
@CLG When I first heard Richard Moll as Two-Face, he reminded be of Mr. Krabs. XD
said at 7:08 PM on Mon Jun 4 2012
@CLG I'm so surprised Clancy hasn't played him before.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:40 PM on Wed May 23 2012
I actually prefer Edwin and John. Moll and Baker sound awkardly forced, Troy is a tad bit more 'polished' then Richard (and his performance was a lot better though in Batman TAS he wasn't portrayed as well as in Arkham city). Remar is actually the better of the raspy takes since its not as forced.

I thought Neal was cool of giving him an unpredictable feeling and John well Moltyfool put it best, it sounded like he personalities were bleeding into each other which gives him this unpredictable feeling and that makes him sound much more sinister then any of the others.
said at 9:16 AM on Sat Aug 11 2012
@Music Meister I absolutely agree, also I felt Moll was always angry all the time thus wasn't able to show his other personality.

It's a shame Aaron eckhart isn't here, he's my favorite as he portrayed both sides of Two-face really well. :)
said at 11:36 AM on Wed Jan 16 2013
@Torak On second thought after hearing the clip again, Troy sounds the closest to Aaron Eckhart thus he recieve my vote, though they all wern't bad at all.
said at 1:16 PM on Sat Apr 21 2012
I wish we had heard some comparisons of their Harvey Dent and Two-Face voices, particularly in the case of Richard Moll since we know they he has to voice both. My vote is still with Richard Moll but Troy Baker is a close second.
said at 11:54 PM on Sat Mar 31 2012
My vote for this comparison goes to Troy Baker and Richard Moll!!
said at 3:45 AM on Fri Mar 16 2012
Does Richard Moll Talk For Harvey Dent And Two Face
said at 3:44 AM on Fri Mar 16 2012
Does Richard As Harvey Dent And Two Face
said at 5:26 AM on Sun Jan 8 2012
1. Richard Moll, 2. Edwin Neal, 3. Troy Baker, 4. John Fitzgerald and 5. James Remar, James just sounds lame not good at all no more to say
said at 1:52 PM on Fri Dec 30 2011
Now I am not saying this because I have any dislike for the other actors performances but I REALLY thought that Edwin Neal made him sound completely sinister! I think it comes to preference of characterization but I liked two-face the most in his portrayal ( based on the sound clip that is ). And while I don't think it fit the character, John Fitzgerald did a very good job with the acting, just not so much for Two-Faces character. Now the only problem is you can't tell when they are Harvey and when they are Two-Face, which Troy Baker and James Remar did well with. Now everyone really likes Richard Moll and I can see why but I want to put in my two cents on his portrayal. Now I always like to think of two face as a dual personality kind of guy. Moll's performance sounds like its Harvey but as a bad guy and not as a seperate being all together. Its a sinister Harvey Dent but its still Dent. While I do like that portrayal of the character, there are other portrayals I like more. This is going to be tough to say and even though I think Richard Moll is great with the role, I'm going to have to go with Edwin Neal.
said at 8:09 PM on Sat Dec 3 2011
Troy Baker Is the Best Two-Face in the Batman franchise... I'm voting 4 him all the Way!!!
Madness Abe
said at 4:57 PM on Sat Nov 12 2011
I grew up with Richard Moll as a kid, and the Two-Face voice was pretty darn scary and impressive. But looking back, it seems more forced and raspy. Troy's sounds more natural and more intimidating, because he sounded as though he was actually switching between Harvey Dent and Two-Face. Richard's was impressive, but sounded too much as Two-Face all the time.
said at 4:28 PM on Tue Nov 8 2011
It is disappointing that they didnt put any of Moll's Harvey Dent voice in the compare. That would have made sense, but they didn't so boohoo :( I have to say he is my second pick. Fitzgerald is too much like Moll's to me. Troy's okay at best. Remar... I just hate Brave and the Bold so there is that. Completely backtracks the progress BTAS made. My favorite is Neal's and I think the clip they chose for him helped with my choice.
said at 6:34 PM on Thu Oct 27 2011
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Much to my own surprise, the more I listen to it, the more I am diggin' John Fitzgerald's take. Growing up as a kid in the 90's of course Richard Moll defined the role for me, and all these people did really good jobs. For me, it comes down to a difference of interpretation.

I understand the reasoning behind the growl-ey voice that Moll and the others have used, and it works well, I am just finding myself gravitating more towards the single voice that Fitzgerald provided for both characters, and I have two reasons for that.

1) It sounds more natural and I think it's more realistic, given the circumstances. Yes people do change their voices so it's not impossible it's a conscious thing on his part, or one could argue his vocal cords may have been damaged when his face got messed up, but I think if given to the wrong actor the growl could end up sounding REALLY silly. With Fitzgerald, he's just got a darker tone and his voice has a lot of presence to it.

2) This may seem odd, but with the others, switching back and forth between the voices, it gives Two-Faces personas each a distinctive feel and sound. With Fitzgerald...sometimes, I honestly couldn't tell which side was in control. Was he leaning more towards Harvey or Two-Face? This may seem like a detriment, but I actually find it very effective. With the others, you always knew who was in control. With Fitzgerald, it felt like the two were almost...bleeding into one another, and too me, I think it's actually scarier when you can't always tell who's in charge, who you are dealing with.

Overall, yeah, all of them did good, I just think I favor the interpretation Fitzgerald went with.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 7:32 PM on Sat Oct 29 2011
Good points, I agree with both of them.
said at 1:19 AM on Tue Oct 25 2011
1. John Fitzgerald
2. Troy Baker

I grew up with Richard's portrayal, but even when I was a child, his voice just never sat well with me. I prefer a more natural-sounding voice for Two-Face.
said at 12:19 AM on Sun Oct 23 2011
I'm going with James Remar on this. The fact he switched voices to represent which persona was speaking reminds me a little of how The Long Halloween and Dark Victory handled it.
said at 1:37 PM on Mon Oct 1 2012

Sticking with Remar, but Wade Williams was rpetty good as the DKReturns version of Two-Face.
said at 2:54 PM on Tue Jan 1 2013

On (no pun intented) second thought, Richard Moll, though he should've alternated voices for the personas, is indeed better, so I'm gonna change my vote to him.
said at 9:24 PM on Thu Oct 20 2011
I know a lot of ppl are gonna vote richard moll, but i have to say when I hear him in makes my throat hurt and wanna get some water XD I like troy's better because its less gravelly, still intimidating and sound natural with it
said at 4:14 AM on Mon Jun 4 2012
@AMT Agreed 100%. Also, Troy gets to switch between Harvey Dent and Big Bad Harv. XD
said at 9:17 AM on Thu Oct 20 2011
Richard Moll was my favorite, until I heard Troy Baker! He sounded AWESOME in the game!!!
said at 4:57 AM on Thu Oct 20 2011
I grew up with Batman the animated series so I have to say Richard Moll is my favorite then comes Troy Baker.
said at 5:45 PM on Wed Oct 19 2011
Not a fan of the overly gravelly voice for the character, so I voted for James Remar.
said at 4:39 AM on Thu Jul 12 2012
@D.A.V.E. Remar's is also pretty gravelly IMO.
said at 5:42 PM on Wed Oct 19 2011
Great it's about time he was added I vote this way
said at 5:36 PM on Wed Oct 19 2011
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I voted for Bull.
said at 3:27 PM on Wed Oct 19 2011
First in my opinion is Richard Moll the original voice of Two-Face as he is the one the fans hear in the comics. He is also obviously the inspiration for Troy Baker and Edwin Neal's performance Second is Troy Baker and since Richard Moll already had a vote I gave it to him as I vote on performance not nostalgia. Third is Edwin Neal who is quite threatening but doesn't match Richard Moll or Edwin Neal. Fourth is John Fitzgerald because he did a good voice but he played Harvey Dent only and not Two-Face but he definitely got Harvey Dent's suffering down. Last is James Remar nothing personal but I think he was in my opinion the weakest of the voices but was still good over all.
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