What an odd question.... However, now that you mention it, I guess Morgan Freeman would seem more appropriate to me. Why? Because - I guess - my life is more suitable to a Morgan Freeman kind of voice than to a James Earl Jones kind of voice.
My man LandmarkWealth, in a world of Pepsi & Coke, you chose RC. Liev Schreiber yes is good, but if you pay attention he lacks what the choices have, a sound of...je ne sais quoi (to be a d*ck about it). To me Liev just enunciates well. Good choi
Morgan Freeman. He has a very clear and coherent voice with a little bit of flair added in. Not saying anything bad about James Earl Jones, he too has a very distinguished voice and if my life was more Shakespearean, then it would be James. But since it's not, I have to go with Morgan.
Morgan Freeman I enjoyed very much growing up and seeing him on the Children's Television Workshop show "Electric Company". Two roles he made famous was his Count Dracula (he made vampires cool before Twilight), and Mel Mounds, a DJ on the show. James Earl Jones, also great in his methods, but just a bit to "Shakespearean" for my taste, his role as Darth Vader, yes, is one to be reckoned with, but what many do not know about him, is that he still stutters. Thanks for playing along folks.
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