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Friday, January 22, 2010
I'll say it again.....
....It's not the voice, it's what you do with it. If a person had the greatest voice in the world, it wouldn't get them a job if they couldn't interpret the copy- Capice? - In other words, if their read sucks!
In the Broadway Show "Little Shop of Horrors'" Don Morrow's contract reads: "A voice not unlike that of God".
From Clint Eastwood's "A Fist Full of Dollars" to James Cameron's "Titanic" and beyond, from the beginning of Crest and Zest to IBM, Ford Motor, Shell Oil and Sun Microsystems, DON MORROW has been the spokesman and on camera for over 20,000 national and international commercials and motion picture campaigns.
He has been the narrator for hundreds of documentaries: A&E Biography, The E! True Hollywood Story, The History Channel, NBC, PBS and more.