Why We Need More Benjamin Bratt Doing Voice Work

Benjamin Bratt is one of those brilliant actors who can help to bring a character to life whether he’s appearing in a movie or supplying the voice of a character. He has the unique ability to use his voice alone to move a story along. There is no mistaking it when you hear him speak, even if you can’t see his face. Here are some of the best Benjamin Bratt voiced characters to give you an idea of the talent that the actor possesses.

Manny from “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” (2010)

Bratt is the voice of the character Manny in this popular animated movie. Manny is a 50 year old cameraman with brown hair and eyes. He’s short and has a thin mustache and can be seen wearing a white and blue hat. His occupation in the movie is theWeather News Network’s cameraman. We don’t hear Manny speak until near the end of the movie. He’s the stoic type, but very smart. In his native country of Guatamala, he was a medial doctor, an airplane pilot and a comedian, but he left this life behind to immigrate to America in search of a better life. He soon learned that this wasn’t the best choice that he could have made because the best that he could do for work in this country was a job as a cameraman.

Lor-Zod/Superman from “Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles” (2015)

Benjamin Bratt is the voice of the character Lor-Zod from the animated “Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles.” Lor-Zod was sent by his father Zod to the Earth to set up his rule. Upon his arrival, he was found by a family in Mexico. They named him Hernan Guerra. As he grows and matures, Hernan realizes his super powers and he eventually becomes Superman.

El Macho from “Despicable Me 2” (2013)

Bratt is the voice for El Macho is the second movie in the animated franchise. he is 39 years old with black hair and brown eyes. he is the owner of Salsa and Salsa under the name of Eduardo Perez. He is actually a super villain that has gone incognito as a harmless restaurant owner. He is an antagonist in the movie, and although it was believed that he died twenty years prior, the villain with near superhuman powers is alive and well, and up to mischief.

Ernesto de la Cruz from “Coco” (2017)

Bratt is the voice of de la Cruz who is the main antagonist in the film. He is a musician and singer who is handsome and charming and he is very popular. He comes across to the world as being a stand up guy with great morals and pride in his country. He dies and goes to teh Land of the Dead. He is Miguel’s idol and it becomes the star of the film’s purpose to find Ernesto in this place because he believes that his is actually his great-great grandfather.

Kevin the Caller from 2003 episode of “Frazier”

The fifth and final voice acting that Bratt is credited with is as Kevin, a caller to the radio show for Dr. Frazier Crane in the show that takes place in Seattle, Washington.

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