There’s been a lot of buzz lately about the latest in the Star Wars saga, the Star Trek franchise, and even the Star Fox franchise.
However, the most talked about buzz, and the one that has gotten the most attention is the new Star Wars voice actor, RaspYVoice.
RaspYSound, born John Kincaid, is best known for his role as Star Wars’ Buzz Lightyears in the original Star Wars trilogy, and now he’s doing the voice of R2-D2 in the latest Star Wars film.
But, Kincade also has a lot to do with the future of the voiceover industry.
“I grew up with Rasp, and I’m very familiar with the characters that he’s voiced, and that’s why I’ve chosen to voice R2,” Kincad says.
“It’s a big part of my life.”
RaspyVoice is an actor who has worked in various voice over roles for film and television.
But his biggest break came in the early 2000s, when he was cast as the voice for Star Trek’s Admiral Kirk in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
“That was the first time that I was in a Star Trek voice-over,” Kinsley says.
“The voiceover was very different than any other voice over, and you had to really learn how to listen for the tone, and how to be able to work with the actors to do things,” he adds.
“In that regard, it was a very different experience than working in an ad agency or in a production, which is a very specific voice-acting process, and a lot has changed since then.”
The role of Rasp was so good that it got him cast as a recurring guest star on a variety of TV shows.
In addition to Star Trek, Kinsney worked with the likes of The West Wing, The Simpsons, and Breaking Bad, among other shows.
“At the time, the shows were all on Fox,” Kinney says.
The only show he had a hard time casting was Star Trek because it was considered so much like an American version of Star Wars, with Star Wars fans.
“They were very respectful of what the original characters were, and what they did in Star Wars,” he says.
But Rasp had his sights set on Star Trek.
“I just knew that I wanted to be on a Star Wars series and I just thought that was the place for me, and to do it on Fox was an opportunity for me to really get my feet wet and really learn the craft and really get comfortable with the process of what I was going to be doing,” he explains.
“It was a little bit of a shock to me,” he continues.
“My first Star Trek episode was called Star Trek Nemesis, and they didn’t even give me a script, so I didn’t know what I would be doing.”
He says he was surprised when the writers said, ‘We want you to play the voice that Boba Fett used on Star Wars,'” and he was a bit taken aback.”
Then I went into it thinking, ‘I can’t believe that I’m actually being asked to do this!’
This is my voice, and this is the way I’m going to go about it.’ “
‘This is the voice I want to be.
This is my voice, and this is the way I’m going to go about it.’
I thought, ‘What the hell is this?'”
He went on to have a great experience on StarTrek.
“The first time I did it, I thought it was great.
It was so much fun, and it was very challenging, but I loved it.
I love it.
And it was so cool to be working with the other guys on Star Trek, so that’s the place where I thought I was getting to be.”
After Star Trek he went on for seasons and seasons of the television series Star Trek Beyond.
“We had the best casting in the world for Boba,” he remembers.
“And it was fun because it wasn’t a typical role.
I was a different actor, and then I had to be an actor, because we had to make a movie.
I just wanted to have fun, but it was the best job I could get.””
That was an experience I will never forget,” he added.
“But I’ve always loved to go to other worlds, so it was really an honor to be a part of that world.”
In addition to starring on Startrek, Kicks has worked on Starlog, the hit show that is now a huge part of his career, as well as other shows like Family Guy and The Simpsons.
He says he still has a few things in mind for the future, but he can’t wait to get back to Star Wars.
“There are many different worlds that are out there and I think it’s really interesting, and there’s always something new and