The Man of a Kajillion Voices, Brock Baker did Family Guy in three minutes, continuing his trend of all kinds of impressions on YouTube.
McGoiter of YouTube is one of the most gifted voice actors on the internet, save the cast of TeamFourStar’s Dragonball Z: The Abridged Series. In fact, he actually rivals the voice talents of internet sensation LittleKuriboh, AKA Martin Billany, the man behind YuGiOh: The Abridged Series.
Before YouTube, the best voice actors we knew of were Mel Blanc, the man famous for nearly every early Warner Bros. character in existence, Hank Azaria, who does a lot of the characters for The Simpsons, and Seth MacFarlane, whose vocal talents brought us a good number of the characters on Family Guy. The true mark of the impressionist is the ability to do several voices that sound nothing alike and do them consistently. Some comedians have been known to do impressions as well, like Frank Caliendo, who switches between voices with ease.
Now we have The Man of a Kajillion Voices doing characters from TV shows live-action and animated like Breaking Bad, Futurama, Spongebob Squarepants, and even does the voice of Bane from The Dark Knight Rises while playing a video game.
The video starts as usual with a red screen and the words “Brock Baker, the Man of a Kajillion Voices, presents,” and a myriad of comment requests reveal that a lot of viewers wanted to hear him do the voices of Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy. After the title screens tell us what’s coming, we see him standing in front of a microphone, immediately giving us his impression of Family Guy‘s most popular character Stewie Griffin as he says, “Oh great, another one of these.”
His next impression is Peter Griffin, “Holy crap, Lois, this is like that one time I did all those Family Guy voices.” He finishes it off with the famous laugh before moving on to Joe Swanson, Peter’s police buddy with the wheelchair, and Cleveland Brown, the gentle African American guy Peter Griffin used to hang out with before he moved out of Quahog.
Brock Baker continues with Peter Griffin again and then Herbert, the creepy elderly guy who has the hots for Peter’s son Chris, the greased-up deaf guy, and Neil Goldman, the Jewish kid who really likes Meg Griffin but can’t get past his own allergies. Also on the list of impressions are Mayor Adam West, Seamus, Consuela, Mort Goldman, Brian Griffin, Carl, Chris Griffin, Glen Quagmire, Tom Tucker, Bruce, and Carter Pewterschmidt.
The Man with a Kajillion Voices certainly knows how to do even the most difficult Family Guy impressions.