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Morgan Freeman is an award-winning actor, director and narrator known for his appearances in several famous films, including UnforgivenSevenBruce AlmightyThe Dark Knight Trilogy, and for lending his voice as the narrator in documentaries such as March of the Penguins. Due to his signature speaking voice, Freeman is often impersonated in YouTube videos and referenced in Read This in My Voice images.
Online History

Read This in Freeman’s Voice

On August 13th, 2008, the webcomic Xkcd published a comic joking about a satirical condition known as “Freeman Paracusia,” which causes the sufferer to read everything in Morgan Freeman’s voice.

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Morgan Freeman Memes Photo Source: memedroid

On February 8th, 2009, a Facebook page titled “Morgan Freeman’s Voice” was launched, gaining more than 968,000 likes in the first four years. Freeman’s voice soon became a staple choice in the popular imageboard game read this in my voice that first emerged in May 2009. On May 17th, 2011, a new Facebook page titled “Morgan Freeman” was created, which received over 2.7 million likes in the next two years. On January 31st, 2013, TV Tropes user TrollBrutal submitted an entry for Morgan Freeman.
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Morgan Freeman Memes Photo Source: memedroid

Impersonations

On September 20th, 2012, YouTuber SeaNanners uploaded footage from a session of the Half Life 2 modded game The Hidden, in which he recorded GassyMexican, one of the other players on his server, impersonating Morgan Freeman while hunting his enemies (shown below). Within the first seven months, the video gained more than 7.6 million views and 16,400 comments.
On January 10th, 2013, online performance artist Ze Frank uploaded a video to his YouTube channel titled “True Facts About Morgan Freeman,” in which Frank lists several satirical factoids about the actor read in his signature baritone voice (shown below). Within three months, the video received over 2.1 million views and 4,400 comments.
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