Look Who’s Talking

They're never on camera, but their voices promote some popular products.

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Patrick Dempsey pads his paycheck from "Grey's Anatomy" with voiceover work for Mazda and State Farm.
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Adam Arkin has been the voice of American Airlines, Bank One, Compaq, Canon and Exxon.
Christian Slater can be heard talking about Panasonic and its "Ideas for life."
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Jeff Bridges has been the voice of Ameriquest Mortgage and Duracell Batteries.
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Stockard Channing might be the most identifiable voice for the commercials for AIG Insurance and Investments.
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Patricia Clarkson can be heard on commercials for BMW saying "tThe BMW 5 Series, the Ultimate Driving Machine."
George Clooney lends his voice to AT&T, AquaFina and most recently he can be heard saying "This is Budweiser, This is beer."
Billy Crudup has been the voice of MasterCard's "Priceless" campaign since it started in 1997 you hear him say, "There are some things money can't buy... for every thing else there's MasterCard."
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Hector Elizando has had a strong voice over career for Chevron, Mitsubishi and TD Waterhouse Group.
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Kelsey Grammer can be heard in commercials for Honey Nut Cheerios, Hyundai, Lexus, General Foods International Coffees, Helzberg Diamonds and most recently for Disney telling you about its "50th Anniversary. Come celebrate with us."
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Peri Gilpin lends her voice to Hyundai, McDonald's and Wells Fargo.
Gene Hackman has been the voice of CNN, GTE, Oppenheimer Funds and United Airlines, but you might know him as the man saying the catchphrase "Let's build something together" for Lowe's, he's had that gig since 2002.
Allison Janney has been saying "may you live long... and thrive" for Kaiser Permanente.
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Listen closely, Queen Latifah has been talking about Pizza Hut for the last three years.
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It's been a long time since Mandy Patinkin uttered the words, "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die" in "Princess Bride." Lately he's been talking about Crestor the cholesterol reducer.
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Julia Roberts can be heard on the radio and TV saying, "Want a Better Internet? You Belong at America Online."
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"30 Rock" star Alec Baldwin has been the voice of AIG Auto Insurance, Chevrolet, Disney World, Lincoln, MTV, Sony and Subaru.
Campbell Scott is currently lending his voice to Chevron's "Power of Human Energy" campaign.
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Kevin Spacey doesn't talk a lot for Honda, but he does come in with the tag for "the Insight, designed and priced for us all."
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John Krasinski may look into the camera on "The Office" but you don't see his face, you just hear his voice in commercials for the Blackberry Storm or Carnival Cruises.
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John Corbett has been on the big screen as Aiden in "Sex and the City" but you can hear him on the small screen as the voice saying "eatin' good in the neighborhood at Applebees."
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You may not have realized the voice of the fluffy puppy in the Cottonelle Commercials is Zach Braff.
David Duchovny provides the voices for the dogs in the commercials for Pedigree.
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Matt Dillon has been talking about cars for Pontiac.
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NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams was the first evening network news program to bring in a celebrity for the intro with Michael Douglas taking over for Howard Reig.
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"Shawshank Redemption" narrator and star Morgan Freeman is the voice introducing the CBS Evening News but you probably remember him most for giving you chills during the Visa "Go World" commercials during the Olympics.
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The gruff voice talking about the Rockies and the taste of Coors beer belongs to Sam Elliott.
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He has an incredibly recognizable grating voice, and Gilbert Gottfried is doing plenty of squawking as the AFLAC duck.
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Thomas Hayden Church is the voice of your TV in commercials for DirecTV.
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Salma Hayek lends her voice to Pampers "1 pack = 1 vaccine" commercial raising money for UNICEF.
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Gary Sinise was Lt. Dan in "Forrest Gump" so he's a natural voicing the commercials for Go Army.
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