|Born||January 5, 1931 |
San Diego, California, U.S.
|Last||The Godfather II (video game)|
Born in San Diego, California, Robert Duvall's first film appearance was To Kill a Mockingbird in 1962. He achieved two Academy Award nominations, both of which while for working with Francis Ford Coppola, director of The Godfather.
Characters voiced by Robert DuvallEdit
The Godfather: The GameEdit
The Godfather IIEdit
- Tom Hagen
Voice description Edit
The Godfather: The Game Edit
Duvall's voice is very similar to how he sounded in the film. Of course, his pronunciation of the word Corleone is different than in the film. But he still delivers the rationalism and strategic mind of Tom Hagen rather well.
The Godfather II Edit
Duvall once again reprises his role. Unlike the first game, his pronunciation of Corleone in this game, however, is the same as in the film (corleoni). Duvall's delivery is as good as before, but the quality of some of the recordings in this game is somewhat inconsistent. This could be possibly due to the fact that a lot of the voice actors recorded in different locations. Some of Duvall's lines sound a lot louder than others, but his cutscene lines don't seem to have this problem.