Actor and impersonator James Cain is capable of sounding 40 or 14. Comfortable with shifting his deep relaxed voice to a nervous tremor, he’s been a plucky kiwi adventurer for MOE, a chilling racist for RNZ or a crystal clear presenter for MBIE. As well as having his acronyms down, he’s got a thorough knowledge of what his voice can do and the tone that’s required for each read. James can also do a whole bevy of old white men impersonations from Anthony Hopkins, Ian McKellen and even the late great Alan Rickman. He’s been in the booth plenty of times, follows direction to a tee and always brings life to a script.
ACCENTSAmerican (standard), Boston, Bronx, Mid-Western, New York, Southern American, Australian, Canadian, British, Birmingham, Cockney, Liverpool, RP, Scottish, Welsh, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Irish, South African
Additional CharacteristicsAccents, Cartoon, Upbeat
Impersonator of Alan Rickman and Ian McKellan