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Voice Compare » Captain America » Captain America

Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Captain America with sound clips and images.
Captain America is the result of Steve Rogers being injected with the experimental super-soldier serum during World War II. A frail soldier then became human physical perfection after the transformation.

During the final days of the war Captain America was put into suspended animation after falling into Arctic waters. When unfrozen he woke up in the modern age and became leader of The Avengers.
Created by Jackson_H on Feb 10 2010, 180 Comments
Special thanks to Foxwolf, Pokejedservo, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
The Marvel Super Heroes (1966)
Captain America / Steve RogersSandy Becker
Sandy Becker
The Marvel Super Heroes (1966)
Captain America / Steve RogersArthur Pierce
Arthur Pierce
Spider-Man (1981) (1981)
Captain America / Steve RogersGeorge DiCenzo
George DiCenzo
X-Men (1992)
Captain America / Steve RogersLawrence Bayne
Lawrence Bayne
Spider-Man (1994) (1994)
Captain America / Steve RogersDavid Hayter
David Hayter
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of the Super Heroes (1998)
Captain America / Steve RogersCal Dodd
Cal Dodd
The Avengers: United They Stand (1999)
Captain America / Steve RogersDan Chameroy
Dan Chameroy
Spider-Man (2000)
Captain America / Steve RogersDaran Norris
Daran Norris
Ultimate Avengers (2006)
Captain America / Steve RogersJustin Gross
Justin Gross
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006)
Captain America / Steve RogersTrev Broudy
Trev Broudy
Spider-Man: Battle for New York (2006)
Captain America / Steve RogersRobin Atkin Downes
Robin Atkin Downes
Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D. (2009)
Captain America / Steve RogersJeffrey Hedquist
Jeffrey Hedquist
The Super Hero Squad Show (2009)
Captain America / Steve RogersTom Kenny
Tom Kenny
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009)
Captain America / Steve RogersDavid Kaye
David Kaye
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010)
Captain America / Steve RogersBrian Bloom
Brian Bloom
Black Panther (2010)
Captain America / Steve RogersAdrian Pasdar
Adrian Pasdar
Captain America: Super Soldier (2011)
Captain America / Steve RogersChris Evans
Chris Evans
Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)
Captain America / Steve RogersChris Cox
Chris Cox
Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)
Captain America / Steve RogersRoger Craig Smith
Roger Craig Smith


I liked most of the voices these voice actors gave for Captain America. My personal favorite voices from the group are Justin Gross, Brian Bloom and Roger Craig Smith.



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said at 7:17 PM on Tue Oct 27 2015
Although I'm not a fan of his Sonic, I like how Roger voices Captain America. I voted for him.
said at 3:57 PM on Wed Jun 24 2015
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I'm a big fan of Marvel:Ultimate Alliance 2's voice cast, and David Kaye as Captain America is no exception. I like how he puts on an older, wiser voice for the character, which I think suits the "man out of time" aspect best. He's the most authoritative and wise sounding, and my vote goes to him.

Mostly everyone else is good, but a lot of their voices just kind of blend together, which is why I like David Kaye so much. He's the most distinct sounding.
said at 7:51 AM on Wed Jun 24 2015
1) George DiCenzo
2) Brian Bloom
3) Roger Craig Smith
4) Chris Cox
5) Lawrence Bayne
6) David Hayter
7) Sandy Becker
8) Daran Norris
9) Robin Atkin Downes
10) Tom Kenny
11) David Kaye
12) Adrian Pasdar
13) Trev Broudy
14) Chris Evans
15) Cal Dodd
16) Dan Chameroy
17) Justin Gross
18) Jeffrey Hedquist

NOTE: I don't list Arthur Pierce because, apparently, after watching a video featuring him as Cap, I doubt that he even played Cap in the cartoon.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:40 PM on Mon Jun 8 2015
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Ironic that Pasdar Captian America in the Black Panther show sounds like Hayter's Solid Snake, and the fact that Hayter voiced Cap in the 1994 Spiderman show & it sounds nothing like his Snake at all. I find that kinda amusing actually.
said at 10:55 AM on Thu May 21 2015
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Dear God, Brian Bloom's "BUCKYYYYYYYYYYYY" scream gets me every time.
said at 11:32 AM on Thu May 21 2015
@TheVengeanceKnight I never saw the episode but I read a book based off it and man what a sad wau to start a tv show
said at 6:27 PM on Thu Apr 30 2015
Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Adrian Pasdar actually voicing the Bucky Barnes version of Captain America? I could have sworn I read it somewhere.
The Doctor
said at 11:58 PM on Thu Apr 30 2015
@chaosincarnate Nope. The scene with Cap takes place in WW2, so it must be Steve.
said at 7:04 AM on Fri May 1 2015
@The Doctor Then wow..... just wow. If he actually were playing Bucky, he may sound at least halfway better, but as Steve Rogers? Easily the worst here? What were they thinking, directing him to sound nothing like Cap at all?
said at 9:02 PM on Mon Mar 16 2015
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I feel if Pasdar lowered that voice, that could be a really good Solid Snake (Ironic considering Hayter is here)
The Doctor
said at 3:46 AM on Mon Aug 25 2014
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1. Brian Bloom
He sounds heroic, masculine and old-fashioned and his voice oozes with authority. This is a man you would follow to hell and back. In other words, he sounds like Captain America. It, of course, helps that from all the actors here (if you don't count live-action movies) he had easily the best material to work with.

2. Chris Evans
After Chris Evans, everyone knew that Marvel Studios couldn't do wrong when it came to casting. Chris is arguably the most human Cap, which helps make him more relatable. He does lose some points for not having as deep voice as I would like to Captain America have, but that's just a nitpick.

3. Roger Craig Smith
Easily the best casting choice done in Marvel Animation after Jeph Loeb started run the things. Maybe his voice could be little bit deeper, but that's not a big problem. I really really hope that he can someday get to work with even half decent material, since his potential is going waste on material Loeb and co. are giving to him.

4. Justin Gross
He has the same qualities that made Bloom so great, but lacks little bit in most of them.

5. Trev Broudy
For a longest time he was my favorite. Now when I listen him again, I have to admit that he clearly is just doing a voice rather than turning into the character. In itself, it wouldn't be a big problem, but the voice is kinda caricaturistic and doesn't sound like real person. It probably would have helped if he had a shot at playing Cap in more relaxed situation rather than be continuously barking orders.

6. Chris Cox/Robin Atkin Downes
They both show great potential and I would love to hear them reprise the role someday.

7. Sandy Becker
Actually pretty darn good for a 60s voice acting. This might actually be the best peformance from The Marvel Super Heroes.

8. David Kaye
Not bad, per say, but sounds too old and lacks any kind of authority.

9. Lawrence Bayne
Way too raspy for my taste. And is it just me or does he sound unnecessarily aggressive? Sure, this is Cap during his War days, but he is talking to little kid in that clip.

10. Arthur Pierce/George DiCenzo
They were fine by the standars of 60s and 80s voice acting, but nothing about them really stands out.

11. Cal Dodd
He isn't particulary bad or good. His role was mostly battle cries and grunts, so it's kinda hard to have strong opinion about him.

12. Tom Kenny
OK for comedic version, but not really for my taste.

13. Daran Norris
Please tell me that Daran originally recorded for some other character who was changed to Cap at the last minute. If I would close my eyes and listen this voice without any visuals, I would have no idea that it was supposed to be Cap. Shame, because I'm sure that Daran could make decent Captain America.

14. David Hayter
His voice is wayyy too light and doesn't have any kind of power behind it. I can't see this guy lead group of soldiers or superheroes against bigger threat.

15. Dan Chameroy
Just like Daran, this is a voice I would never imagine for Captain America. Dan sounds like stereotypical British gentleman rather than hard-boiled soldier.

16. Adrian Pasdar/Jeffrey Hedquist
I tried to decine which one was more miscast, but couldn't. They are both just so bad.
Adrian has waaaaaaaaayyyyy too raspy voice and his Cap acts too much like a jerk.
Jeffrey, on the other hand, is too light and doesn't feel like someone who has military backround.
The Doctor
said at 2:28 PM on Thu Aug 21 2014
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OK, I got crazy idea here. How about Phil LaMarr as Captain America? And I'm not talking about new Falcon/Captain America, but Steve Rogers.
said at 2:44 PM on Thu Aug 21 2014
YES! I definitely support this idea!
said at 2:55 AM on Sat Aug 23 2014
That could work.
said at 10:46 AM on Wed Jul 30 2014
They mistaken something. They used Arthur Pierce's voice for BOTH samples of the 60s cartoon. Sandy Becker sounds a bit more corny.
said at 2:38 PM on Thu Feb 19 2015
@Coleiosis123 Actually, both clips are Sandy Becker. Arthur Pierce only portrayed Cap in live-action segments. Here's a clip of Pierce as Cap:

Polyester Funk
said at 11:52 PM on Thu Jul 10 2014
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Brian Bloom is pretty much what I'd expect Cap to sound like; authoritative, experienced and a take charge kind of guy.

I do like Roger Craig Smith and Chris Evans. They are both very good. Just voice wise, Chris is alright, but it's the whole performance that really does it.

Chris Cox does sound quite a lot like Roger in that very brief clip and based on other stuff I know he's done, he'd probably be good, too.

Sandy Becker sounded quite good. Seemed pretty similar to Brian's take actually.

I think David Kaye, Trev Broudy, George DiCenzo and Robin Atkin Downes all sound alright.
said at 12:07 PM on Wed Jul 9 2014
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Travis Willingham as Captain America! Anyone?
said at 6:36 AM on Fri Jul 11 2014
@Lpfan120 Yes please.
said at 7:59 PM on Tue Jul 15 2014
@Lpfan120 Yes. Yes. 1000 times yes!!!!!
said at 11:33 AM on Sun Aug 17 2014
@Lpfan120 wow... can't believe nobody's suggested that before! :-)
said at 10:00 AM on Fri Jun 13 2014
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I thought it was time I gave an updated and more detailed view on this VC. In no particular order.

Chris Evans- To me, Chris has shown that he can excellent portray Captain America in both film and voice. He portrays Cap's intelligence very well, while coming off as being really heroic. He will always be my favourite Captain America.

Brian Bloom- A popular choice, and with good reason. I personally think he's a little over the top with the voice. But then again, Brian's version can be seen as a hero who inspires allies and innocents alike. And he sounds like a tough soldier willing to take charge. Excellent in EMH and MvC3.

Roger Craig Smith- I always thought that RCS would been an interesting choice for Cap. I'm glad that he got to spend more time in the better, for Roger got better and better in the role. It's also amusing how he sounds a bit like Chris Evans too. Yes, definitely one of the better Loebverse castings for sure.

Adrian Pasdar- No. Adrian and Captain America do not mix very well. His performance just doesn't work very well IMO. I'm still yearning for the day when Adrian is cast as Hawkeye once more.
said at 7:34 AM on Sun May 18 2014
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I wonder if Rob "Major Glory" Paulsen would make a good Captain America?
said at 3:25 PM on Tue Jul 29 2014
@Finister2 "Don't thank me thank justice fruit pies!"
said at 12:38 PM on Sun Apr 27 2014
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Adrian is terrible, he sound's like he's trying to do Batman or Daredevil or someone more menacing.
said at 12:29 PM on Fri Apr 11 2014
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Brian Bloom is truly the signature voice of Captain America! No offense to Roger Craig Smith but I just couldn't see why voice director Collette Sunderman cast him for Avengers assemble and yet keep Fred Tatisciore as Hulk! Much like Tim Daly's Superman & Kevin Conroy's Batman, Mr. Bloom will always be in my opinion the signature voice of Captain America!
said at 1:38 PM on Sun Apr 6 2014
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Brian Bloom is the definitive Captain America to me, because he sounds like an experienced war veteran that is heroic and brave. Roger Craig Smith is decent, but he doesn't have the edge Brian has. So Bloom gets my vote. Chris Evans is decent haha, but he's better as the real life Captain America/Steve Rogers
said at 12:37 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
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While Chris Evans is great as Captain America, how do you think things would have been if they had actually chosen Will Smith?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 12:41 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@DravenRoth994 The same thing that would have happened if he ended up as Willy Wonka.
said at 12:51 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@Nightmare Crusher He was considered for WILLY WONKA??!!! Thats right, I forgot about that. I would be interested to see how he would have Cap, but that's a DIFFERENT STORY entirely!!
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 1:03 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@DravenRoth994 I think Chris Evans makes a great live-action Cap, but I'm a firm proponent that Will Smith would've been an equally amazing (and ballsy) choice.
said at 1:43 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@TylerMirage I agree. Although, I'm glad they got Chris. I originally wasn't too impressed with him at first(The Fantastic Four movies, in particular looking back, were not very memorable to me) then I saw him in The First Avenger and he completely won me over. I want to see almost all his movies now.
said at 2:34 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@DravenRoth994 Or Brian Bloom. :-P
said at 2:37 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Brian Bloom would have been AMAZING!!!!
said at 2:37 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight I mean he would be great too. :)
said at 4:07 PM on Thu Feb 6 2014
Just remembered another one: Tom Hiddleston. ;-P

said at 7:42 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
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I'm going to sound heartless for saying this, but... ... ... I think Bloom's performance is a little overrated.

He sounds heroic, for the most part. And masculine, too, VERY masculine. But the rest of the traits brought out are very... miniscule. I think he falls into the same area as David Humphrey as Shadow the Hedgehog: he sounds very flat. He manages to keep one tone, which is fine in some cases, like a cold, stern leader (like Magnus from TFP), but not for a role like Captain America. When I hear Bloom in the role, I don't see Captain America; I see more of a Bruce Wayne-type character. That, to me, just doesn't feel as right.

HOWEVER, I do give him credit against most of the other voices here. Half of them just don't sound right AT ALL; Bloom sounds closer than most of the others. The only ones that I think are on par are Justin Gross, Chris Evans, Daran Norris (even if it was just a short cameo)...

...and Roger Craig Smith, which is who I have to give the vote to. THIS is the performance I think of when I hear CA: strong, steady, commanding, understanding, and all around the guy that would put his life on the line if it meant saving a single soul (which isn't to say Bloom doesn't bring ANY of that; it's just not brought out as much as I believe it should). For me, Craig is the superior choice for the famed superhero.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:16 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@DreamMaster08X *Applauses*
said at 5:56 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@DreamMaster08X I agree somewhat, it's just that there are scenes in EMH like Cap making a deal with Hela, taking down his Skrull counterpart, and trying to regain the Hulk's trust of him after the invasion that really made me love Brian. What brings Roger down for me is the material he is given(Though he was great in Lego Marvel). Hopefully, one of these days, that will change.
said at 6:30 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@DravenRoth994 I agree with this, Bloom had a lot of moments where he was able to show off a lot of range that sometimes goes unnoticed. I think Roger does well with what he's given, it just doesn't match up to Bloom at his best. What I'm saying is Roger has a better average while Brian has a better peak.
said at 6:55 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@GothamRed That's a good way of putting it, but what exactly did you mean by the last sentence(I have an idea though)?
said at 7:19 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@DravenRoth994 I mean that comparing how they act as cap on a usual basis, Roger edges Brian out, but at their best moments in the role Brian was better.
said at 7:28 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
@GothamRed Okay cool. Again, let's hope that will change at some point.
said at 6:14 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
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I know some people say that Roger Craig Smith is more unique than Brian Bloom, and that may be true. They both sound heroic, brave, and good-hearted, but I think that Roger doesn't voice the experienced war veteran part as well as Brian. Roger sounds more like the rookie soldier who's still learning the ropes, but is still brave, righteous and kind. In other words, Smith sounds more like Cap in WW2, whereas Bloom sounds more like he does after he gets thawed out of the ice. Roger added more experience to his voice later, and he still does a great job, but in my opinion doesn't do quite as well as Bloom.
said at 6:27 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@MaskedMarvel89 Agreed; Roger comes across a bit like a discount Chris Evans.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:08 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Can't the same be said about Eric Loomis? He's a discount RDJ
said at 8:17 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@Music Meister True, though with Loomis it actually works out well.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:27 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight It works for Roger as well, in fact Roger just bases his voice and performance and mixes his own thing while Loomis he just is a RDJ stand in. Don't get me wrong, he does it well but I don't get why Roger gets called out on for something Loomis does even more than Roger.
said at 8:28 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@Music Meister Actually, Loomis is just using his regular voice; he just happens to sounds a lot like RDJ.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:31 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight and the voice Roger uses isn't that far from his normal voice
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 9:12 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight He may be using his regular voice, but his entire performance and persona is modelled after RDJ.
said at 9:50 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
Just giving my two cents here. While Eric Loomis may just naturally sound somewhat like RDJ, but like TM said, his performance and persona was modeled after him. After watching both the Captain America movie and The Avengers, from my perspective Roger's Cap clearly wasn't modeled after Chris Evans the same way.

Eric may sound like RDJ on some level, but his voice is also noticeably nasally and higher and in my opinion doesn't work very well as a RDJ stand-in or as an Iron Man/Tony Stark on his own merits. Yes, he does alright portraying his determination, intelligence, and caring side, but what of Tony's smug but lovable, funny, and suave personality some of his other VA's and RDJ have portrayed? When it comes to this dimension of Tony Stark, he hasn't portrayed that part well at all from what I've seen.

With Brian Bloom as Cap, the only thing about the character he seems to capture well is his masculinity and seriousness. Roger is able to sound masculine and yet he also sounds like an optimistic old-fashioned American hero with personality. Brian's portrayal is more like Batman dressed as Captain America. Almost nothing but gruffness and determination, which just doesn't do the character justice and portrays Cap as another hard-nosed muscle-man.
said at 11:01 PM on Fri Jan 24 2014
@TylerMirage Honestly I've compared Movie Tony to EMH Tony and I wouldn't really say his persona is THAT similar. In the movies Tony is a lot more quick-talking, more laid back, and while definitely not devoid of emotion and such doesn't really react to things the same way Loomis's Stark did. It's clear that his voice was chosen because of it's resemblance to RDJ's, but any character traits the two versions shared are just general traits of Tony Stark regardless of medium. If anything Adrian Pasadar's version follows the Movie version's persona more.
said at 4:34 PM on Sat Jan 25 2014
For Eric Loomis as Iron Man, his voice sounds a lot like RDJ, but like GothamRed said, the personality and inflection is very different, more like it was in the classic comic books. With Roger Craig Smith as Captain America, the personality and inflections sound like Chris Evans-Cap while the voice sounds more like Roger's natural one. Roger I think is great as Cap, and I enjoy his performance greatly, but I still like Brian Bloom more.
said at 1:41 AM on Tue Jan 14 2014
David Hayter needs to play Cap again now he's a bit older and more experienced
said at 8:37 AM on Tue Jan 14 2014
@MG1988 I think he would be a great fit for an older, crankier Captain America. Maybe in his late thirties or forties (I know he's older than that due to being frozen, but I mean biologically).
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 2:20 PM on Mon Jan 13 2014
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This may sound weird but I think Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson would make a great Cap voice actor. He doesn't sound too old or too young, he has a commanding voice but not in a hard-ass kinda way and has proven he is a pretty good voice actor.
said at 2:51 PM on Mon Jan 13 2014
@Music Meister YES.

Just.... YES.
said at 3:49 PM on Mon Jan 13 2014
@Music Meister http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3ALwKeSEYs
said at 7:10 PM on Mon Jan 13 2014
@Music Meister With the Rock I think it'd be distracting since he has such a distinctive voice.
said at 9:59 AM on Fri Dec 20 2013
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Up until 2006, Captain America's voice was either boring or just... meh.

The only good voices have to be Justin Gross, Trev Broudy, David Kaye, Tom Kenny, Brain Bloom, Chris Evans, Roger Craig Smith,Chris Cox (despite only being a brief stand in) and Robin Atkin Downes.

Roger has to be my favourite since I have became attached 2 his CA voice in recent months though Brain is a close 2nd.

Adrian has to be the worst here. That voice 100% does not fit.
said at 4:15 PM on Wed Dec 18 2013
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This is a bit of a tricky compare, seeing how Captain America's sound and personality isn't quite as hard to capture as Wolverine, Spider-Man, or The Joker or something like that. He pretty much just needs to balance being commanding and masculine while also sounding like a relatively youthful, old-fashioned American hero. However, to do this compelling without sounding like a corny caricature does take skill, IMO.

Out of all these guys, I think Roger Craig Smith nails it. His voice is the perfect mix of masculine and youthful, and his acting captures all of the qualities I listed above. My second favorite is Justin Gross. Brian Bloom is my third favorite, but I felt he mostly got masculine part down, while in other areas he was somewhat lacking.
said at 6:22 PM on Wed Feb 5 2014
@Comicfan117 I don't mean to offend you either, but I must say I completely and utterly disagree.
said at 8:31 PM on Sun Dec 1 2013
Robin is good, if not a tad bit generic, almost like a middle ground between Roger and Bloom.
solidejake (Moderator)
said at 6:24 PM on Sun Dec 1 2013
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Woah, nice! I actually really like Robin Atkin Downes for this. I would like to see him as Cap at least once more in my life.
said at 4:22 PM on Thu Nov 7 2013
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Anyone think Adam Baldwin would be a good Cap?
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:26 PM on Thu Nov 7 2013
@Lpfan120 I do
said at 4:03 PM on Fri Nov 8 2013
@Music Meister It may be typecasting, but I think George Newbern would be a good fit to voice Captain America.
said at 4:07 PM on Fri Nov 8 2013

I think Tim Daly would probably fit better.
said at 9:24 PM on Sun Nov 17 2013
@TheGreenSpeedster too one toned in my book.
said at 9:33 PM on Wed Nov 27 2013
Nah, too tamed.
said at 7:46 PM on Mon Jan 20 2014
@Comicfan117 Heh and I make the same argument whenever it actually IS a Supes voice argument.
said at 2:11 AM on Sat Oct 26 2013
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Brian Bloom and Chris Evans are the best in the role IMO.
said at 7:44 PM on Thu Oct 17 2013
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Okay I don't hate Adrian but what the hell was that? I'd expect a voice like that from maybe Wolverine but Captain America? Anyway, after watching EMH, I definitely go with Brian Bloom. Like everyone has said, He's got the right experience and tone to his performance. Roger comes pretty close though, him as Cap is one of the few things I like about AA. I also liked Justin, Sandy, Chris Evans, and Chris Cox even if he was just a stand-in.
said at 7:17 PM on Fri Oct 11 2013
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Brian Bloom has the voice with the most leadership and experience, which is a perfect fit for Cap. Roger Craig Smith would be a close second. The worst is definitely Adrian Pasdar. He was way too high and was just a miscast.
said at 5:40 PM on Thu Sep 12 2013
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Brian Bloom really conveys the experience and authority of the character quite well so I'm siding with him. Though I do think Roger Craig Smith is on his way to being a great Cap as well.

Adrian's Cap was just abysmal though
said at 4:56 PM on Sun Aug 18 2013
is it me or does Roger Craig Smith sounds just like Brian Bloom but younger? Either way these two are my favorites.
said at 7:16 AM on Wed Aug 7 2013
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With a little tweeking and more material, Chris might make a great Cap.
said at 12:49 PM on Fri Jul 26 2013
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While I'm mostly sticking with Roger Craig Smith as Cap, I think he should add a touch of age to his performance.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:16 PM on Tue Jul 30 2013
@Spider-Fox He kinda did in Avengers Assembled
said at 5:50 PM on Sun Jun 2 2013
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My favorites would be Roger, Justin, & David. All around I'm going with Brian Bloom.
said at 6:00 PM on Sun Jun 9 2013
@UltimateSSJ4GokouEX Um, the main point of VCs is to vote for your actual favorite...
said at 5:51 PM on Fri Apr 26 2013
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Roger isn't bad at all. I place him second. But its just he sounds too young. When I first heard Bloom I immediately thought "Wow! This guy fought through WWII!" He's got that experience in his voice.
said at 2:13 PM on Tue Apr 30 2013
@risingson I think they are using Roger more because his voice evokes Chris Evan's performance.
said at 10:50 PM on Tue Apr 30 2013
@VctrBnsn Yeah I kinda figured that. And I get why they're doing that but Kevin Conroy doesn't sound like any of the movie Batmen.
said at 11:30 PM on Tue Apr 30 2013
@risingson Marvel does stuff like this more than DC, like Eric Loomis' Iron Man, Troy Baker's Loki, and Tom Kane's Magneto. Not that this is a bad thing, for I think all these guys did an excellent job. I prefer Eric as Iron Man over the current Adrian Pasdar.
said at 12:25 AM on Wed May 8 2013
@VctrBnsn If they're picking voice actors to channel the movie actors why not stick with Eric instead of Adrian Pasdar? Pasdar doesn't sound anything like RDJ, he sounds like a sleazy salesman. Not saying that's bad but it doesn't fit Iron Man.
said at 1:36 AM on Wed May 8 2013
@risingson 'Cause #### logic, that's why.
said at 9:51 AM on Wed May 8 2013
@risingson Jeph Loeb, current head of Marvel Animation, worked on Heroes, in which Adrian was a reacurring cast member. I guess he just prefers him. Some Marvel higher ups have the audacity to say he is actually emulating RDJ. That, is a no.
said at 10:40 PM on Wed Apr 17 2013
Roger Craig Smith, Justin Gross, Trev Broudy, and David Kaye.
said at 11:17 PM on Fri Mar 15 2013
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Too bad Justin Gross isn't doing much anymore. I would listen to him again as Captain America.
said at 3:25 PM on Wed Apr 3 2013
@VctrBnsn You know, I haven't done a detailed analysis on each of these actors, so I'll go ahead and give you my rankings.
Arthur Pierce - 5/10
George DiCenzo - 4.9/10
Lawrence Bayne - 5.9/10
David Hayter - 6.2/10
Dan Chameroy - 5.8/10
Daran Norris - 4.9/10
Justin Gross - 8/10
Trev Broudy - 6.9/10
David Kaye - 7/10
Tom Kenny - 6.5/10
Cal Dodd - 6/10
Adrian Pasdar - 3/10
Brian Bloom - 8/10
Jeffrey Hedquist - 5.5/10
Chris Evens - 7.8/10
Sandy Becker - 7.9/10
Roger Craig Smith - 8.2/10
said at 10:56 PM on Fri Mar 15 2013
Jumping on the Avengers EMH bandwagon but I also like Sandy Becker's voice. David Hayter wasn't too bad either.
said at 11:41 PM on Sat Feb 23 2013
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I remember using Roger in my fan casts, but stopped because I didn't think he was right. I was wrong. He's perfect. I also really like Sandy Beckers, who I get a Brian Bloom feel from. Brians awesome too. Along with Roger, I think Justin Gross sounds the most natural. Adrian is obviously the weakest.
said at 10:56 PM on Fri Mar 15 2013
@VctrBnsn I hear ya. Sandy and Brian are the best on here to me.
said at 12:10 PM on Thu Jan 10 2013
On behalf of someone I knew from high school, I vote for Chris Evans because he's the only voiced captain I've hear so far.
said at 8:45 AM on Mon Dec 17 2012
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I chose Brian Bloom, since he's the one who sounds the most like an American war hero.
P.S. Solid Snake voiced him? Christ, how did that not turn out to be the best thing ever?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 9:34 PM on Sat Dec 1 2012
 5 Shout Outs!
I'm having a hard time choosing between Brian Bloom and Roger Craig Smith now.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:07 PM on Fri Oct 19 2012
 11 Shout Outs!
No matter how many times I hear Pasdar's voice for Cap I just wonder what the casting director was thinking
said at 5:15 AM on Sat Nov 24 2012
@Music Meister He was probably high that day. :-P
said at 8:49 AM on Mon Dec 17 2012
@Music Meister I don't tink it was the casting director's fault; Pasdar could have done a good job. I think the voicing director was more to blame. It seems like he wanted him to be less like Cap and more like Wolverine and it failed.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:16 PM on Mon Dec 17 2012
@TheAtticus I meant Voice Director, oops
said at 10:58 PM on Fri Mar 15 2013
@Music Meister He would work for Nick Fury I think not Cap, Iron Man or any Avenger for that matter.
said at 8:08 AM on Tue May 14 2013
@TheAtticus I think both are to blame. :-P
said at 3:05 PM on Tue Oct 1 2013
@Music Meister I wonder that myself. Adrain's Cap sounds like an old man trying to sound young IMO.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 3:07 PM on Tue Oct 1 2013
@Fulgore2005 He kinda sounds like Solid Snake now that I think about it
Nightmare Crusher
said at 3:25 PM on Tue Oct 1 2013
@Music Meister I'd say he's more like a thirteen year old trying to do an impression of Snake and failing.
said at 7:24 PM on Thu Oct 24 2013
To me he sounds more like Wolverine after sucking up a bit of helium.
said at 8:32 PM on Sat Oct 13 2012
 2 Shout Outs!
Brian Bloom is easily the best for Cap. Roger Craig Smith was good too.
said at 3:58 PM on Fri Oct 12 2012
Ok I'm changing my vote. While Brad Swaile is always my Cap voice, Roger Craig Smith was just AWESOME!
said at 6:16 PM on Wed Oct 17 2012
@Spider-Fox Brad Swaile voiced Rogers? ...I can't really see that working. *scratches head*
said at 5:35 PM on Thu Oct 18 2012
@ConfusedPhantom Neither do I but to be fair Swaile could make a potentially good Bucky though...
said at 12:39 AM on Sun Oct 21 2012
@ConfusedPhantom I'm honestly using his Setsuna F. Seiei (Gundam 00) and Jin (Street FighterXTekken) performances as Cap's voice if it helps. But yeah, I have a strange Voice Cast for the Marvel U.
said at 3:56 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
I'm gonna guess but I'm assuming 1. Roger's voice is similarto how his Havok would have sounded but lighter. 2. Roger is voicing Cap in Avengers Assemble along with Adrian Pasdar and Travis Willingham reprising Iron Man and Thor from USM with the possibility of Chris Cox reprising Hawkeye and of course most likely unless he has other obligations or personal issues or something Fred Testasciore is reprising Hulk.
said at 3:33 PM on Fri Oct 12 2012
@pete Wait so your assuming all that or just the Havok thing?
said at 1:57 AM on Sun Oct 14 2012
@pete Troy Baker's voicing Hawkeye in AA.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 12:47 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
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My top picks are Justin Gross, Brian Bloom and Roger Craig Smith. None of the others really captured that authoritative, strong, commanding presence, in my opinion.
said at 3:50 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
@TylerMirage I thik Sandy Becker did pretty well especially for his time. Most VA's didn't nail characters back then like they would today mainly because they didn't have any/much material to base their takes on. Some are younger as well I think.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 3:55 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
@pete True, I re-listened to Sandy's and I will admit it's pretty good, especially for the time.
Lion's Edge
said at 7:33 AM on Thu Oct 11 2012
...Holy heck! I always used to say I wanted to see Roger Craig Smith voice Captain America! And now, he is?!?! And he is JUST as great, possibly better, than I thought.

A tie between him and Brian Bloom for me.
said at 4:26 AM on Thu Oct 11 2012
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I'm gonna go with Brian Bloom for Cap, though Trev Broudy, Justin Gross, David Hayter, Roger Craig Smith and Chris Evans were good too.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:50 PM on Wed Oct 10 2012
Roger's pretty great in this role.
said at 10:44 PM on Wed Oct 10 2012
 3 Shout Outs!
Hey, I'm a big roger fan, and I love his reindition of Cap, but I still keep my vote for 'the best' Brian Bloom.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 5:52 PM on Wed Oct 10 2012
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I actully think Rodger is the best.
He sounded brave, strong and smart while sounding natural. It's a good example of his work.
While Brian is the favorite I never thought it was good. To me it's not "the voice of Captain AMerica" but more of someone doing a voice for cap, it sounded like a cliche 'big macho hero'. He's not bad, his performance is great but I never thought the voice was natural.
David Kaye is my second, he had an 'old war vet' feel to his voice and sounded strong yet caring.
While I don't hate the others they just didn't do a remeberable voice or performance
said at 3:52 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
@Music Meister I think his voice would have been great for Civil War. It's too bad they never got a chance to adapt it on EMH.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:49 PM on Thu Oct 11 2012
@pete Eh, maybe maybe not
said at 4:44 AM on Sun Oct 7 2012
I'll go with Brian Bloom, he sounds just right for the role. Others sound too high pitched, low pitched or just don't fit IMO.

1. Bloom
2. Gross
3. Evans
4. Kaye
5. Broudy
said at 3:14 AM on Thu Oct 11 2012
@Torak Changing my vote to Roger Craig Smith, he sounds strong and smart like a captain should do, plus he is a good actor. :D

My new ranking:

1. Smith
2. Bloom
3. Gross
4. Kaye (Moved him up because he sounds like a strong and experianced soldier also what a captain should have.)
5. Evans
said at 10:08 PM on Fri Jul 6 2012
Ok seriously, how does Brian have such a huge lead? He was barely winning about a month ago, but now he's dominating by a majority. Where on Earth are all his votes coming from?
said at 2:46 AM on Sat Jul 7 2012
@pokemastanumba1 Really? I remembered him dominating the poll for a long time.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:17 AM on Sat Jul 7 2012
@pokemastanumba1 Yeah, I remember he was winning at the time when user accounts were created. That was over a year ago. So, all of the votes are coming from people who legitimately like his performance.
said at 5:39 PM on Sat Jul 7 2012
I've been a member for over a year now, and I never remembered him having such a huge lead. He has been winning for a while, just not by such a wide margin. It's just weird to me, especially since the Marvel fandom is pretty split between the Captain America voice(s) they prefer.
said at 3:02 PM on Sun May 20 2012
1. Brian Bloom
2. Trev Broudy
3. David Hayter
4. Justin Gross
5. Chris Evans
said at 5:56 PM on Mon May 14 2012
Brad Swaile is my usual Cap actor (ha ha, Captain America played by a Canadian, oh the irony) of the people who have played Cap my picks are
1. Brian Bloom
2. Chris Evans
3. David Kaye
4. Daran Noris
5. Trev Broudy
said at 2:42 AM on Fri Apr 13 2012
Brian Bloom is my favorite, but Chris Evans and David Kaye are tied for a close second.
said at 7:43 PM on Wed Oct 10 2012

Changing my vote to Roger Craig Smith. He was fantastic!

New rankings:
1. Roger Craig Smith
2. Brian Bloom
3. Chris Evans
4. David Kaye
5. Trev Bundy
said at 9:36 PM on Thu Apr 5 2012
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I dunno, while I love Brian Bloom's take on Cap I think I'll go with Chris's portrayal (probably because I love how he played him in the film)
said at 11:00 PM on Mon Feb 27 2012
 1 Shout Out!
Somewhere between Chris Evans and Brian Bloom.
said at 7:39 AM on Fri Feb 17 2012
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I'm gonna go odd man out here, but I'm going with David Kaye for Captain America. That said, I also liked Justin Gross, Chris Evans, Brian Bloom, and Trev Broudy in the role.
said at 9:19 AM on Wed Feb 22 2012
@Anicomicgeek Upon listening to them again, yeah, I'm gonna change my mind and side with the majority and agree on Brain Bloom on this one. That said, David Kaye was still good in the role.
said at 10:56 PM on Wed Oct 10 2012

Sticking with Bloom as he's better, but Roger Craig Smith was pretty good in the role, too.
said at 12:19 PM on Wed Dec 28 2011
David Kaye and Chris Evans are the best, IMHO.
said at 9:56 AM on Wed Sep 21 2011
Adrian Pasdar is my fave... He's not a very good Captain America, but he was in Heroes... so... ya... he wins
Nightmare Crusher
said at 1:38 PM on Sat Apr 6 2013
@plasman1029 I know this comment is old and the user will probably never be here again, but seeing it fills me with so much rage.
said at 2:15 PM on Sun Sep 8 2013
@Nightmare Crusher Hmmm.... Yes, understandable... I logged in for the first time in 2 years just to reply to this.
said at 9:52 AM on Wed Sep 21 2011
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David Hayter was the worst.
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 5:46 PM on Thu Aug 4 2011
Chris Evans now added
said at 2:16 AM on Fri Sep 7 2012
@Jackson_H How come Arthur Pierce and Sandy Becker both played Captain America in the same series? Which actor played him in which episodes?
said at 5:02 PM on Tue Feb 8 2011
I like Brian for some odd reason... Justin may seem to be a bit better, but hearing Bloom voice the Cap in MvC3 is more subtle opinion-wise. Hopefully people will start using him in that game since the last two installments had rarely anybody use him... Just a couple of noobish players using Storm, Sentinel, and Magneto. Ehh, what can you do?
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 8:24 AM on Fri Oct 29 2010
Jeffrey Hedquist now added!
NCZ (Admin)
said at 8:33 PM on Thu Oct 14 2010
Brian Bloom, Cal Dodd, and Justin Gross.
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 8:05 PM on Thu Oct 14 2010
Brian Bloom now added!
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 11:45 PM on Fri Mar 5 2010
Adrian Pasdar now added!
said at 9:28 PM on Sun Feb 14 2010
George also voices Cap on 2 episodes of Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends
Jackson_H (Admin)
said at 3:44 PM on Wed Feb 10 2010
I'm not sure.

I know I'm missing

Robin Atkin Downes (Spider-Man: Battle for New York)


Cathal J Dodd from the Marvel vs. games

(vs. Street fighter, vs. Capcom)
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 1:35 PM on Wed Feb 10 2010
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many good choices here, but I'm gonna go wiiiiiiith .... Justin Gross
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Who do you think has been the best from these Captain America voice actors?
Arthur Pierce
George DiCenzo
Lawrence Bayne
David Hayter
Dan Chameroy
Daran Norris
Justin Gross
Trev Broudy
David Kaye
Tom Kenny
Cal Dodd
Adrian Pasdar
Brian Bloom
Jeffrey Hedquist
Chris Evans
Sandy Becker
Roger Craig Smith
Chris Cox
Robin Atkin Downes