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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Steeler with sound clips and images.
Steeler is one of the various members of G.I Joe and his specialty in G.I Joe is a Tank Driver. Steeler is the code name of Ralph W. Pulaski and he came from a blue collar middle class family in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While Steeler was put through College on a ROTC scholarship as he was a dedicated heavy equipment operator however he also often had a problem with authority due to his recklessness. While Steeler did have a problem with authority he is generally depicted as a good loyal soldier (for the most part there have been times in which he was a bit disgruntled as well).
Created by Pokejedservo on Tue Jul 5 2011, Add Comment
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the G.I Joe Voice Compare section we have a VC for the Tank Commander of G.I Joe... STEELER! We shall begin this with the original G.I Joe series in which Steeler was voiced by the late great Chris Latta. Chris' voice for the role was a bit of a mix of his Sparkplug Witwicky and his Wheeljack voice in which Chris can be a little inconsistent with that but his voice still does work with the role here pretty well. Chris Latta's performance as Steeler was good for the role too as a normal loyal G.I Joe member however Chris really got to shine in the 2-parter episode "Worlds Without End" in which Chris gets to do a more dramatic performance here. (Especially when lets just say we get to the scenes of why "Worlds Without End" is one of the darker episodes in the original series.) But still anyways Chris Latta's work with Steeler is another good example of the voice work in the original series.
Steeler never really appeared again until the 2010s series G.I Joe Renegades in which Steeler appeared in one episode voiced by Eddie Mata. Steeler is well to be blunt a small name-dropping cameo in the series so far but to be fair Eddie's voice and performance for the role did feel pretty natural. Even so Eddie Mata didn't have much material to work with in this show so far his performance does have the potential to be good if Steeler does get to have a bigger role. Overall both performances are good but I suppose I will go with the late great Chris Latta the most but like I said before both of these performances suit the role in their own ways.