Legendary Voice-Over Artist Dies At 89–And More Morning Links

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According to our friends over at The Huffington Post, legendary voice-over artist Hal Douglas has died at the age of 89, due to complications from pancreatic cancer. Many people may not have known his name, although we can all recognize his voice any day of the week. Douglas was known as one of the best voice-over talents in the industry, voicing trailers for films such as “Philadelphia,” “Forrest Gump,” “Meet the Parents,” and many more. CLICK HERE to hear Douglas’s voice-over reel.

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