CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - He has one of the most recognizably unrecognizable voices ever, and he transforms into characters with a hilarious ease.
You know him from everything – even if you don’t know him at all.
Emmy-winning voice, screen and film actor Hank Azaria has worked in the business for nearly three decades.
From voicing several characters on the Simpsons, to joining the ranks of cinematic comedy classics, he’s made a career out of disappearing into his characters.
And now he is returning to FOX in the new series “Bordertown.”
With so many voices under his belt, FOX 32’s Jake Hamilton talked with him about the protocol of approaching him in public and asking him to slip.
But just because you’re a voice actor doesn’t mean the job is any easier, it’s just as physical as any other type of performance.
But with his new series “Bordertown”in which he plays an incompetent border patrol agent, he uses animation as a form of social commentary.
Whether it’s Springfield or the US/Mexico border, television or film, voice over or live acting, Hank Azaria continues to prove he’s one of the most talented actors in the business - whether you recognize him or not.