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26th Jun '17 2:47:20 PM DaibhidC
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** In "Terror of the Autons", a man named Norman Stanley, who is noticeably shorter than Roger Delgado, plays a telephone engineer who is actually the Master in a LatexPerfection mask.
26th Jun '17 11:26:55 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* In the Italian dub of ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'', the Blue Knight is voiced by Davide Garbolino, Ryo's voice actor, hinting that they're the same person. Later subverted when, 8 episodes before TheReveal, he was [[TheOtherDarrin suddendly recast]] to Patrizio Prata, Masaya's voice actor.
4th May '17 2:15:06 PM ghidorah15
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season Two's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler: Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick, with the real Jay played by Creator/JohnWesleyShipp]]. In the following season, the same trick is used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Doctor Alchemy, who is actually [[spoiler: Julian Albert Desmond (Creator/TomFelton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler: The voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes.]] Then it turns out in 3x20 that [[spoiler: the voice is ''still'' a disguise, and "Savitar" is really an evil future version of Barry Allen (Creator/GrantGustin)]].

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season Two's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler: Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick, with the real Jay played by Creator/JohnWesleyShipp]].being the Earth-3 self of Henry Allen (Creator/JohnWesleyShipp)]]. In the following season, the same trick is used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Doctor Alchemy, who is actually [[spoiler: Julian Albert Desmond (Creator/TomFelton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler: The voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes.]] Then it turns out in 3x20 that [[spoiler: the voice is ''still'' a disguise, and "Savitar" is really an evil future version of Barry Allen (Creator/GrantGustin)]].
4th May '17 2:07:53 PM ghidorah15
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season 2's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler:Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick]]. In the following season, the same trick was used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Dr. Alchemy, who was actually [[spoiler:Julian Albert (Tom Felton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler:the voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes. Savitar's identity still remains a secret.]]
* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', also uses the aforementioned dubbing trick in Season 5, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler:apparent ally Adrian Chase, played by Josh Segarra.]] Vigilante is voiced by Mick Wingert, who voices no other characters on the show. [[spoiler:For bonus points, one comics version of Vigilante is named "Adrian Chase". They wanted comic fans to realize Chase was a villain, but pointed them at the wrong villain]].

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season 2's Two's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler:Hunter [[spoiler: Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick]]. Garrick, with the real Jay played by Creator/JohnWesleyShipp]]. In the following season, the same trick was is used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Dr. Doctor Alchemy, who was is actually [[spoiler:Julian [[spoiler: Julian Albert (Tom Felton)]]. Desmond (Creator/TomFelton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler:the [[spoiler: The voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes. Savitar's identity still remains purposes.]] Then it turns out in 3x20 that [[spoiler: the voice is ''still'' a secret.]]
disguise, and "Savitar" is really an evil future version of Barry Allen (Creator/GrantGustin)]].
* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', also uses the aforementioned same dubbing trick in Season 5, Five, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler:apparent [[spoiler: apparent ally Adrian Chase, birth name Simon Morrison, played by Josh Segarra.]] Segarra]]. Vigilante is voiced by Mick Wingert, who voices no other characters on the show. [[spoiler:For [[spoiler: For bonus points, one comics version of Vigilante is named "Adrian Chase". Adrian Chase. They wanted comic fans to realize Chase was a villain, but pointed them at the wrong villain]].villain.]]
29th Apr '17 4:27:45 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* In ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', this is usually done when the MasterOfDisguise of the episode (or one of the several regular ones with both GI Joe and Cobra) moves about under cover.
** In at least one case it is also played with. When [[spoiler: the Baroness impersonates Lady Jaye in "Lasers in the Night"]], her lines are spoken by the latter's voice actress, but she does the voice a little hoarser than usual, hinting at an imperfect imitation.
29th Apr '17 3:28:03 PM rjd1922
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* Another Bioware title, the first ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' game, does this too. When [[spoiler:Sarevok]], first approaches you as his alias, ''Koveras'', he just uses one of the stock voices you've already heard several times earlier in the game ("You need something, stranger?"). However, if you're fast enough to click on him as he is leaving, you'll hear Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson's very distinct voice instead.

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* Another Bioware Creator/BioWare title, the first ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' game, does this too. When [[spoiler:Sarevok]], first approaches you as his alias, ''Koveras'', he just uses one of the stock voices you've already heard several times earlier in the game ("You need something, stranger?"). However, if you're fast enough to click on him as he is leaving, you'll hear Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson's very distinct voice instead.



* In ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}'' [[spoiler:Atlas and Frank Fontaine are voiced by two different people]]. And in ''Videogame/BioshockInfinite'', [[spoiler: Booker and Comstock]] have different actors, despite the fact [[spoiler: they're alternate reality versions of the same person. Justified since Comstock is a prematurely aged version of Booker]].
** Reversed in the ''Burial At Sea'' DLC, [[spoiler: the player character has Booker's voice, but is actually a version of Comstock.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}'' [[spoiler:Atlas and Frank Fontaine are voiced by two different people]]. And in ''Videogame/BioshockInfinite'', [[spoiler: Booker ''Videogame/BioShockInfinite'', [[spoiler:Booker and Comstock]] have different actors, despite the fact [[spoiler: they're [[spoiler:they're alternate reality versions of the same person. Justified since Comstock is a prematurely aged version of Booker]].
** Reversed in the ''Burial At at Sea'' DLC, [[spoiler: the player character has Booker's voice, but is actually a version of Comstock.]]
11th Apr '17 10:33:36 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season 2's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler:Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick]]. In the following season, the same trick was used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Dr. Alchemy, who was actually [[spoiler:Julian Albert (Tom Felton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler:the voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes.]]

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' cast Creator/TonyTodd to provide the voice for Season 2's masked BigBad, Zoom, to disguise his true identity as [[spoiler:Hunter Zolomon (Teddy Sears), who was posing as Jay Garrick]]. In the following season, the same trick was used, with Tobin Bell providing the voice of Dr. Alchemy, who was actually [[spoiler:Julian Albert (Tom Felton)]]. In a rare twist, the voice of the disguise has plot significance: [[spoiler:the voice actually belongs to [[BigBad Savitar]], who is using Julian (who wasn't even aware that he ''was'' Alchemy) as an avatar to serve his purposes. Savitar's identity still remains a secret.]]
4th Apr '17 10:42:59 PM MisterCPC
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** At the end of "The Strange Secret of Bruce Wayne" Hugo Strange gloats to Batman about discovering his secret identity as Bruce Wayne, and rubs it in his face that even if he kept his RoguesGallery from finding the truth out he'll still know and find a way to expose him. Strange immediately shuts up when Bruce Wayne suddenly appears next to Batman and reveals that the two have been working together in a sting operation to catch Strange. [[spoiler:After the scientist is carted off to prison, "Bruce's" voice suddenly changes and he pulls his mask off, revealing it was Dick Grayson impersonating Bruce, doubling as a ChekhovsGunman since Robin hadn't been seen since the first scene.]]
26th Mar '17 8:29:43 PM FF32
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* In [[VideoGame/BatmanThTellTaleSeries]], the leader of the Children of Arkham is voiced by [[Creator/StevenBlum]], until the reveal that [[spoiler:she]] is really [[spoiler:Vicki Vale]].

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* In [[VideoGame/BatmanThTellTaleSeries]], ''VideoGame/BatmanTheTellTaleSeries'', the leader of the Children of Arkham is voiced by [[Creator/StevenBlum]], Creator/SteveBlum, until the reveal that [[spoiler:she]] is really [[spoiler:Vicki Vale]].
19th Mar '17 7:49:49 PM Rebu
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', also uses the aforementioned dubbing trick in Season 5, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler:apparent ally Adrian Chase, played by Josh Segarra]].

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', also uses the aforementioned dubbing trick in Season 5, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler:apparent ally Adrian Chase, played by Josh Segarra]].Segarra.]] Vigilante is voiced by Mick Wingert, who voices no other characters on the show. [[spoiler:For bonus points, one comics version of Vigilante is named "Adrian Chase". They wanted comic fans to realize Chase was a villain, but pointed them at the wrong villain]].
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