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20th May '18 1:42:23 PM rjd1922
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* In the Brazilian comedy ''Loucas pra Casar'' ("Crazy to get married"), this trope is used to hide a case of [[spoiler:SplitPersonality]]. The protagonist Malu, played by Ingrid Guimarães, finds out that her two rivals (Lúcia, played by Suzana Pires, and Maria, played by Tatá Werneck) for the love of her fiancé [[spoiler:are other personalities of herself]]. The OnceMoreWithClarity flashbacks show [[spoiler: Ingrid playing some scenes previously played by Suzana and Tatá]].

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* In the Brazilian comedy ''Loucas pra Casar'' ("Crazy to get married"), this trope is used to hide a case of [[spoiler:SplitPersonality]]. The protagonist Malu, played by Ingrid Guimarães, finds out that her two rivals (Lúcia, played by Suzana Pires, and Maria, played by Tatá Werneck) for the love of her fiancé [[spoiler:are other personalities of herself]]. The OnceMoreWithClarity flashbacks show [[spoiler: Ingrid [[spoiler:Ingrid playing some scenes previously played by Suzana and Tatá]].



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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 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 [=DeWitt=] and Zachary Hale Comstock]] have different actors, despite the fact [[spoiler:they're [[AlternateSelf alternate reality versions of the same person. person]]. Justified since Comstock is a [[RapidAging prematurely aged aged]] version of Booker]].
** Reversed in the ''Burial at Sea'' DLC, [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the player character has Booker's voice, but is actually a version of Comstock.Comstock. This makes sense as he's prematurely aged somewhat through use of the Lutece device, but not as much as the Comstock from the main game.]]
7th May '18 9:53:28 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse" [[spoiler: Pink Diamond's debut episode was Jungle Moon. However the flashback depicting her started off depicting Stevonnie, voice and all. This casting choice does not drop throughout the entire scene. Later in "A Single Pale Rose", Rose Quartz and Pink Diamond are revealed to be the same person, and the prior choice was to prevent using Susan Egan (Rose's voice actress) before TheReveal.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse" [[spoiler: ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Pink Diamond's debut episode was Jungle Moon. However a sort of dream/vision in "Jungle Moon". However, the flashback depicting her started off depicting Stevonnie, voice and all. This casting choice does not drop throughout the entire scene. Later [[spoiler:Later in "A Single Pale Rose", Rose Quartz and Pink Diamond are revealed to be the same person, and the prior choice was to prevent using Susan Egan (Rose's voice actress) before TheReveal.]]
7th May '18 8:38:48 PM RhymeBeat
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse" [[spoiler: Pink Diamond's debut episode was Jungle Moon. However the flashback depicting her started off depicting Stevonnie, voice and all. This casting choice does not drop throughout the entire scene. Later in "A Single Pale Rose", Rose Quartz and Pink Diamond are revealed to be the same person, and the prior choice was to prevent using Susan Egan (Rose's voice actress) before TheReveal.]]
29th Apr '18 8:36:31 PM LinTaylor
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** ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'' likewise does it with the antagonist Blood Stalk, since his identity is a major point of speculation for the first quarter of the series. It's even expressly mentioned that the Blood Stalk suit has a built-in voice changer to protect the user's identity; since he's actually the (seemingly) kindly coffee shop owner who's been Build's ally since the very beginning, it's perfectly understandable.

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** ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'' likewise does it with the antagonist Blood Stalk, since his identity is a major point of speculation for the first quarter of the series. It's even expressly mentioned that the Blood Stalk suit has a built-in voice changer to protect the user's identity; since he's actually Soichi Isurugi, the (seemingly) kindly coffee shop owner who's been Build's ally since the very beginning, it's perfectly understandable.understandable. However, this ends up subverted later on when it's revealed that Isurugi is [[DemonicPossession possessed]] by an AncientEvil from Mars named "Evolt"...whose voice sounds exactly Blood Stalk's, suggesting that it might not have even been using the voice changer at all.
29th Apr '18 4:09:34 AM AirofMystery
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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' does this a lot. The human and MonsterOfTheWeek forms of the bad guy usually have the same actor...except when PowersThatBe need to hide who the bad guy is. Never an in-story reason for the voice changing happening sometimes but not other times.

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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' does this a lot. The human and MonsterOfTheWeek forms of the bad guy usually have the same actor...actor [[note]]well, the human-form actor ''voices'' their character in their monster-form, but the monster-form's body is played by a stuntman in a rubber suit[[/note]]...except when PowersThatBe need to hide who the bad guy is. Never an in-story reason for the voice changing happening sometimes but not other times.
6th Apr '18 6:14:29 AM jormis29
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* In ''Film/{{Psycho}}'', [[spoiler:Anthony Perkins]] doesn't play Norma Bates until the very end of the film. Up until that point, the role was assumed by several different actors.

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* In ''Film/{{Psycho}}'', [[spoiler:Anthony Perkins]] [[spoiler:Creator/AnthonyPerkins]] doesn't play Norma Bates until the very end of the film. Up until that point, the role was assumed by several different actors.
1st Apr '18 12:38:56 PM costanton11
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooFrankencreepy'', Fred Tatasciore voices the Frankencreepy while [[spoiler: Candi Milo, Dee Bradley Baker, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Grey DeLisle Griffin voice their civilian identities: Lila, CL Magnus, Cutbert Crawls, and Mama Mione.]] This also applies to Mrs. Vanders. She's voiced by Diedrich Bader while [[spoiler: Mama Mione is voiced by Grey DeLisle Griffin.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooFrankencreepy'', Fred Tatasciore voices the Frankencreepy while [[spoiler: Candi Milo, Dee Bradley Baker, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Grey DeLisle [=DeLisle=] Griffin voice their civilian identities: Lila, CL Magnus, Cutbert Crawls, and Mama Mione.]] This also applies to Mrs. Vanders. She's voiced by Diedrich Bader while [[spoiler: Mama Mione is voiced by Grey DeLisle [=DeLisle=] Griffin.]]
30th Mar '18 9:55:01 PM roschmachine
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* In ''Film/FantasticBeastsAndWhereToFindThem'' [[spoiler: Creator/ColinFarrell]] is cast as [[spoiler: Percival Graves]], who turns out to be [[spoiler: evil wizard Grindelwald, played by Creator/JohnnyDepp]] in disguise.
29th Mar '18 2:13:34 AM jormis29
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** Usually villains will have their same voice actor, even when in disguise. There were a few exceptions; in the episode "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts", when the female gypsy fortune teller (voiced by Creator/JuneForay) was revealed to be [[spoiler:a man named Big Bob Oakley (voiced by John Stephenson)]], and in the episode "Scooby's Gold Medal Gambit", the MasterOfDisguise The Chameleon disguises himself as Scooby-Doo at one point in the episode, and his disguised voice was provided by Don Messick instead of his regular voice actor.

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** Usually villains will have their same voice actor, even when in disguise. There were a few exceptions; in the episode "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts", when the female gypsy fortune teller (voiced by Creator/JuneForay) was revealed to be [[spoiler:a man named Big Bob Oakley (voiced by John Stephenson)]], and in Stephenson)]].
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the episode "Scooby's Gold Medal Gambit", Gambit" episode from ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyAndScrappyDooShow'', the MasterOfDisguise The Chameleon disguises himself as Scooby-Doo at one point in the episode, and his disguised voice was provided by Don Messick instead of his regular voice actor.
26th Mar '18 6:11:43 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', uses the same dubbing trick in Season Five, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler: apparent ally Adrian Chase, birth name Simon Morrison, played by Josh Segarra]]. Vigilante is voiced by Creator/MickWingert, 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/{{Arrow}}'', set in the same universe as ''The Flash'', uses the same dubbing trick in Season Five, casting Creator/MichaelDorn to provide the voice of Prometheus, who is actually [[spoiler: apparent ally Adrian Chase, birth name Simon Morrison, played by Josh Segarra]]. Vigilante is voiced by Creator/MickWingert, 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.]]]]. Vigilante's true identity is that of [[spoiler:Vincent Sobel, Dinah's ex-partner and ex-lover, played by Clayton Chitty in Season 5 and Johann Urb in Season 6]].
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