In a recent interview with Mashable, the voice behind the voice for the cartoon characters peppa pie and kronk voiced his opinion on the evolution of his voice over career.
He was asked why he chooses to go through the “vacation” process, which he says he likes.
He said that he does it for a variety of reasons: “The best voiceover is a mixture of work, and I think I have a lot of respect for the people who have done it the most.”
Peppa and kraken, who are voiced by actors from the popular Nickelodeon series Peppa Pig and the Cartoon Network’s Kronk, have been on the show since 2007.
Their voices have become synonymous with their character’s personality, as well as their personalities themselves.
Peppa, as a teenager, has the look of a typical girl in a kiddie pool, and Kronk is more of a nerdy, goofy guy.
The voice actors have also gained a following online as they go through each episode.
Kronk, as the voice, is a bit more playful, and has a good sense of humor, but he also has a serious voice, which is why the voice actors say he is “a real voice.”
Kronke, the more serious voice of the pair, is more reserved, and doesn’t speak often.
He also tends to talk more in a whispery tone than his co-stars.
Peppa, on the other hand, has a more casual, broody voice that can make people uncomfortable.
It’s not a bad thing, and if you’re into that kind of voice, it’s a great choice.
In an interview with Glamour, she said, “I love it when people ask me what I like about being a voiceover artist.
I just laugh at that, because it’s not like I’m trying to do it for money.
I love it.
But I also love it because I like being in a space where I’m not judged by my looks or how well I can do in a performance.”
You can listen to the full interview with the voice here.