The Greatest Voice of All Time: The Final Four go head-to-head

Just four remain in the battle for the Greatest Voice of All Time. Stunning upsets have occurred and two enticing matchups are set. Be sure to cast your votes to see your favorite voices advance.
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After three rounds of exciting head-to-head matchups, the hunt for the Greatest Voice of All Time is down to just four names: Sean Connery, Morgan Freeman, James Earl Jones and Christopher Walken.

Each has knocked off some impressive competition, from Walken ousting Elvis to Jones pushing past Casey Kasem. And now, the real debates begin. Connery and Jones are squaring off, while Freeman and Walken are poised for a memorable bout.

So, how did we get to these four names? The competition began with 32 of the most iconic voices ever, but, much like the NCAA tournament, the upsets stole the show early on. Walken advanced past ScarJo in the opening round, while Jack Nicholson delivered – at least in this writer’s opinion – a stunning upset over Arnold Schwarzenegger in the round of 32. Not one of the cartoons – Mickey Mouse, Homer Simpson or Bugs Bunny – made it to the Elite Eight, while Joan Rivers, an early favorite, was one of the first to get the boot.

It’s been fun these first few rounds – passionate debates have occurred and emotions have run high. Now, the competition grows even fiercer, as we close in on a winner in advance of World Voice Day on April 16th.

So, keep the opinions spirited and make your voice heard. Cast your votes now and continue to share with friends, family, co-workers, and everyone in between.

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Greg Payne

About Greg Payne

In his role on the corporate communications team, Greg provides strategic and tactical support for Nuance’s Mobile-Consumer communications efforts. He provides editorial support for various communications vehicles, including press releases, blog posts and social media content, and also routinely engages with industry analysts to keep them informed of all of Nuance’s exciting developments in the mobile industry. Greg graduated from Endicott College in May of 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in communication. He was recently accepted into Northeastern University’s Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication program where he will begin classes in the spring of 2014. Greg is a certified personal trainer and in his spare time he enjoys running half marathons and other road races, experimenting with new workouts, cooking and screenwriting.