Yesterday, Ronan Farrow’s much-anticipated book Catch and Kill was released. It’s a heavy tome concerning the surveillance and intimidation he was subjected to while reporting out exposés on various powerful men, like Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer. The audiobook of Catch and Kill debuted as well, and pretty soon listeners realized something: Farrow really committed to doing accents for all the characters.
There are also my personal favorites, like “exasperated dad”:
And an Australian man named Howard:
“I’m so excited about the reception of the audio book,” Farrow said in a statement to GQ. “I’ve loved hearing how into the voice work people have been, as we worked hard to differentiate the various characters in the book and to do them justice in a vivid way.”
According to his IMDb page, Farrow isn't new to voice acting. He's lent his pipes to two animes, as “Mitsubishi Employee” in The Wind Rises and as “World History Teacher” in From Up on Poppy Hill. Here's hoping his resume will eventually include us hearing some more from Howard.
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Originally Appeared on GQ