Kelsey Grammar for my 2 Joined Trills (Mirror Universe counter parts)
Val Kilmer for my name sake charater
For all of my Fed tunes, Opie from Family Guy (Seth may have actually done the voice, but all Feds sound like Opie to me)
James Earl Jones is the voice that scared the lights out of me as a kid. Although as a STO Captain? Its all good until the Boffs' phaser strike misses. 400 others just weighting to take their place. Salma Hayek, Cheech Tobi Keith, Howerd Sturn, Sean Connery, The Govonator, Rosalind Allen, Way too many too choose from. Sound is my world. voices are the pictures I treasure.
Wish I could think of something wise and cool, and all That!
Awesome choices Mkilczewski!:biggrin: I'm big fan of both those amazing troubadours, after all.
If I had to choose just one actor, then it would have to be Timothy Dalton. He's always been, perhaps controversially, my favorite actor as James Bond. And it doesn't hurt that his voice has always been as authorative and eloquently rich as that of his fellow Englishman, Sir Patrick Stewart (with whom Dalton once worked, in 'Doctor and the Devils').
Now, if I ever throw together an African-American Starfleet character, he would have to be voiced by Lance Reddick (of 'Fringe' Agent Broyles fame). That man has an extraordinary voice and screen presence! He recently voiced a bit on the new Tron cartoon and I picked his voice up right away. Hell, given that he's been a part of JJ Abram's crew for ages, I would love to someday see him as a Starfleet Admiral in the JJ-verse.
"Don't try to be a great man. Just be a man and let history make its own judgments." -Zefram Cochrane
Vice-Admiral Methos Corinthian