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Morgan Freeman has one of the most unique and recognizable voices in Hollywood. It has become one of his most beloved traits, aside from his amazing acting talents. As the narrator of Through the Wormhole on the Science Channel, he’s used his voice to take us all over the universe. Now, he’s using it to show what helium does to his voice.
As we know, taking in helium makes your voice squeaky. Imagine how it makes Freeman’s voice sound. In a 30-second clip posted on Entertainment Weekly, Freeman's distinguished baritone takes on a whole new sound thanks to the help of a big red balloon (which matches Freeman’s shirt).
Freeman will be hosting the fifth season of Through The Wormhole, which returns on the science channel on June 4.
The Million Dollar Baby Oscar winner was recently heard in The LEGO Movie and will be seen in the upcoming Olympus Has Fallen sequel, London Has Fallen. He also starred alongside Johnny Depp in Transcendence. You can catch him in Dolphin Tale 2 in September.