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Creator / Marc Graue

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Marc Graue (born December 12, 1953 in Los Angeles, California) is a voice actor in video games and film as well as a demo producer. He rose to prominence by providing voice work in the 1994 video game, Hotel Mario. Since the 1970s, he owns Marc Graue Recording Studios for audio sessions at Burbank, California.

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Tropes associated with Marc Graue:

  • Creator Backlash: If you ever ask him about his experience doing voice work for Hotel Mario, do not expect a reply back. Averted in an interview when he revealed he had a ton of fun doing the game and is glad that it's being spoofed on YouTube and he reprised the Mario Bros. for a spoof of the opening cutscene.
  • Hilarious Outtakes: He has a whole collection of voice acting flubs on his website including his own for Vroom Credit.
    Graue: Who cares? Vroom Credit Com cares! Vroom Credit Dot Com cares! Uh, somebody f***ing cares about something, I know they do! [funny voice, also pretending to cry] And in fact, I just care so much about this, I just... God, it's so emotional. Anyway, just let me give you the phone number...
  • Man of a Thousand Voices: He has an impressive voice range for video games, commercials and movie trailers.
  • Star-Making Role: invoked His work on Hotel Mario helped Marc get on the voice acting spotlight.