Marc Silk is an actor I recently heard of, but he’s well worth hearing about. Some of his vocal works include the likes of Johnny Bravo in the United Kingdom dub of the cartoon of the same name, Aks Moe on “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace,” and in the United States and Canada, is the voice of Bob the Builder.
Marc Silk’s work isn’t limited to just animation. He’s also an announcer and radio artist. He’s done announcing work on “You’ve Been Framed,” “The British Comedy Awards,” and “Dancing on Ice.” On commercials, he’s provided voices as Chip the Wolf for “Cookie Crisp” cereal, and announced for Super Mario Brothers Wii.
On radio, he’s on a program called “The Stephen Nolan Show.” He’s also been in video games such as “MediEval 2,” “Buzz! Master Quiz,” “Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko,” and “Black and White.”
Marc Silk is a fascinating voice artist. His accent is unique and not like anything I’ve heard in a long time. He’s a young actor with a lot of experience, and he shall continue on with his fine voice acting and narration.
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