If you have ever heard Arby's commercials and thought, 'I recognize that voice,' you aren't alone. BEHOLD - I found the answer. The voice in the ads is so deep and expressive, it sounds a lot like James Earl Jones, but it's NOT!

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For five years, the voice that made you stop and ask, "WHO is that?", is none other than accomplished and well-known Golden Globe-winning actor, Ving Rhames.

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Ving Rhames has appeared in over 75 movies. His career includes appearances in Pulp Fiction, Mission Impossible, Rosewood, Undisputed, Casualties of War, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, and many more. Perhaps his most famous Hollywood moment came at the 1998 Golden Globe Awards. Take a look...

Vin Rhames isn't the only actor lending his voice to Arby's. If you are a fan of Fox's animated series, Bob's Burgers, or maybe the FX animated series, Archer, you know the voice of the other spokesperson.

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H. Jon Benjamin is the voice of both of the lead characters. Hey plays Bob, the frustrated and loving husband, father, and diner chef; and Archer, the self-centered, sex-obsessed, mama's boy, secret agent.

I tried to find an Archer clip that didn't have any bad language and I couldn't. Got to keep things family-friendly. Anyway, in 2018 Benjamin became the voice AND face of Arby's variety of meats, for sandwiches, commercials.

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