There's been a voice in the Dragon Age games that keeps grabbing my attention, but I can never quite figure out WHY. Finally found out who it was (as the smaller parts are getting attribution on IMDB for the older games): Cam Clarke.
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening (Video Game)
Herren/Marren/Kendrick/Micah/Additional Voices (voice)
It was Kendrick and Micah's (and at least one more 'background' elf) voices that got me, but HERREN?! OMG, HERREN.
Dragon Age: Origins (Video Game)
Berwick/Herren/Ford Drakon Guard/Fade Torturer/Disguised Crow/Redcliffe Militiaman/Howe Estate Guard/Highever Librarian (voice)
O.o That Highever Librarian... The lecturer... hmmmm.... starting to get a picture, here...
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Video Game)
Malygos. He of the mispronunciation of 'Fealty' (fail-tea). OMG. But that would explain quite a bit about the attention-grabbing-ness of the voice.
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade (Video Game)
Blood Elf Male/Medivh/Nexus-Prince Shaffar (voice)
Medivh and Nexus-Prince Shaffar. I am definitely seeing this. Especially Nexus-Prince Shaffar.
But THIS is what clinches why it's just SO DAMN FAMILIAR, LIKE OMG I HAVE HEARD THIS VOICE FOREVER, IT'S THE QUINTESSENTIAL VOICE.
1985 Robotech (TV series)
Lance Belmont / Max Sterling / Maximillion Sterling
Then there are roles in a large number of cartoons I know I have watched in childhood. The man's been (voice) acting since before I was born (barely)!
*rolls eyes at self*