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5th Feb '17 6:12:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Superman: Red Son'' motion comic has Creator/CindyRobinson, Lois Lane's voice, also voicing Braniac, although with a drastically pitched-down voice.

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* The ''Superman: Red Son'' ''Comicbook/SupermanRedSon'' motion comic has Creator/CindyRobinson, Lois Lane's voice, also voicing Braniac, although with a drastically pitched-down voice.
5th Feb '17 6:11:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Superman: Red Son'' motion comic has CindyRobinson, Lois Lane's voice, also voicing Braniac, although with a drastically pitched-down voice.

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* The ''Superman: Red Son'' motion comic has CindyRobinson, Creator/CindyRobinson, Lois Lane's voice, also voicing Braniac, although with a drastically pitched-down voice.
17th Jan '17 10:32:33 PM wolftickets1969
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* Stefan Poiss of mind.in.a.box, despite his normally bass-baritone voice, does a decent female impersonation on "Unknown", possibly aided by the vocoder.

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* Stefan Poiss of mind.in.a.box, Music/MindInABox, despite his normally bass-baritone voice, does a decent female impersonation on "Unknown", possibly aided by the vocoder.


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* TR/ST's Robert Alfons, like Stefan Poiss, is naturally a baritone, but can very convincingly perform feminine vocals, ''without'' the use of falsetto or pitch-shifting.
20th Dec '16 4:27:56 AM AnotherDuck
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* [[LiesDamnedLiesAndStatistics About 97.5%]] of books recorded on audio have a) just one narrator and b) several characters of both genders. Even most of the very old and um, traditional books will have at least a [[MostWritersAreMale few]] female characters. The upshot is a narrator having to voice characters of the other sex a great deal of the time. Success varies wildly.

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29th Nov '16 11:19:47 AM Antigone3
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*** Countertenors and falsetto singers are also called upon to take operatic roles originally written for ''castrati''. Sometimes the director will cast a female singer instead.
9th Nov '16 2:15:44 PM MoonByte
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* In ''Film/SiebenZwerge'', the camera zooms in on Snow White singing beautifully while behind her. The camera then moves around her, showing her from the front and revealing that she isn't actually singing. The camera then moves to the window next to it, revealing that one of the ''dwarfs'' had been singing the whole time.
1st Nov '16 1:30:42 AM Anicomicgeek
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* Both of Granny Goodness's appearances in movies in the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line have this. In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBatmanApocalypse'', Creator/EdwardAsner reprises the role. In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters'', she's voiced by Khary Psyton.

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* Both of Granny Goodness's appearances in movies in the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line have this. In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBatmanApocalypse'', Creator/EdwardAsner reprises the role. In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters'', she's voiced by Khary Psyton.Creator/KharyPayton.
30th Oct '16 7:04:53 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* In the Japanese dub of ''Papuwa'', the character Harada Umako is done by Ishii Kouji to play up the fact that she's the manliest character in the show despite being the sole female. Subverted in the English, however, by Joanne Bonasso speaking broken English in a faux Russian accent.
* Ugly old crone Uranai Baba in ''Manga/DragonBall'' was initially voiced by Takiguchi Junpei, who gave her a hoarse, wizened voice.

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* In the Japanese dub of ''Papuwa'', the character Harada Umako is done by Ishii Kouji Creator/KoujiIshii to play up the fact that she's the manliest character in the show despite being the sole female. Subverted in the English, however, by Joanne Bonasso speaking broken English in a faux Russian accent.
* Ugly old crone Uranai Baba in ''Manga/DragonBall'' was initially voiced by Takiguchi Junpei, Creator/JunpeiTakiguchi, who gave her a hoarse, wizened voice.



* ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' has [[TheHero Yu]] crossdressing during a school pageant. He gets into character very easily. The Japanese version just has him using feminine speech patterns (and a ''slightly'' softer voice), but the English dub has Creator/JohnnyYongBosch pull off a rather convincing feminine voice.

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* ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' has [[TheHero Yu]] crossdressing during a school pageant. He gets pageant, and getting into character very easily. The Japanese version just has him Creator/DaisukeNamikawa using feminine speech patterns (and and a ''slightly'' softer voice), voice, but the English dub has Creator/JohnnyYongBosch pull off a rather convincing feminine voice.



* [[spoiler: Fujisaki Chihiro]] from ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' is a frail boy who dresses as a girl to avoid the stigma of being a, well, frail boy that gets bullied because he is not the Japanese-standard of how they think a young man should look and act. His Japanese voice actor is ''Miyata Koki'', a man known for doing convincing female voices at times. [[InternetBackdraft Depending on who you ask]].
** Subverted in the English version, where the character is voiced by a woman.

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* [[spoiler: Fujisaki Chihiro]] from ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' is a frail boy who dresses as a girl to avoid the stigma of being a, well, frail boy that gets bullied because he is not the Japanese-standard of how they think a young man should look and act. His Japanese voice actor is ''Miyata Koki'', 'Creator/KoukiMiyata, a man known for doing convincing female voices at times. [[InternetBackdraft Depending on who you ask]].
guy who's been pigeonholed in "cute boy" roles.
** Subverted in the English version, where the character [[Creator/DorothyEliasFahn is voiced by a woman.woman]].
29th Oct '16 3:40:38 PM nombretomado
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* Edna Turnblad in ''{{Hairspray}}'' '''is''' this trope. She's a female character who was played by drag queen Divine in the original movie. Harvey Fierstein originated the role on Broadway.

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* Edna Turnblad in ''{{Hairspray}}'' ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'' '''is''' this trope. She's a female character who was played by drag queen Divine in the original movie. Harvey Fierstein originated the role on Broadway.
29th Oct '16 9:28:25 AM nombretomado
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* Creator/PeterSellers was able to produce scarily realistic women's voices, notably "Breathy Kensington Thing", who made several cameo appearances on ''Main/TheGoonShow''.

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* Creator/PeterSellers was able to produce scarily realistic women's voices, notably "Breathy Kensington Thing", who made several cameo appearances on ''Main/TheGoonShow''.''Radio/TheGoonShow''.
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