Mark Hamill’s Most Iconic Voice Roles: From the Joker to Chucky
Mark Hamill may be known to most moviegoers for his work on screen with the light side of the force, but the actor has also racked up one of the most impressive voice acting careers of anyone in Hollywood – one that stretches all the way back to the early 1970s. His most famous voice role, of course, is as the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, and in animated movies and videogames that feature his take on the character, and in this exclusive sit down Hamill goes deep on his inspirations, finding the Joker’s voice, and his favorite Joker moments. Plus, Hamill talks about his first voice role, dubbing Miyazaki classics, and putting a new spin on the world’s deadliest doll, Chucky, in the ‘Child’s Play’ reboot.
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