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José Luccioni, voice of Sully in Uncharted and Al Pacino, is dead


A new voice very well known to viewers and players has died out. José Luccioni was Al Pacino’s recurring voice actor, and had lent his voice to many famous video game characters.

Another sad disappearance in the world of French dubbing. The voice actor Jose Luccionifamous for having lent his organ to Al Pacino, is dead. Son of great names in opera, Luccioni had been very active in dubbing since the late 1970s. but his voice will forever be associated with the actor of Heat and The Devil’s Advocate, the first two films where he dubbed Al Pacino (Sylvain Joubert and Bernard Murat had shared the screen for the films of the Godfather or Scarface).

Recurring voice of Beautiful Bridges also, he had followed him in the cinema and on TV, in particular with the series Stargate, State Spies or more recently Homeland. His deep voice had also accompanied the youngest in several films or animated series (Once upon a time, Space, Candy, Pole Position…), and obviously, since we are on VGRin many video games.

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Jose Luccioni was Tommy Angelothe protagonist of the game Mafia in 2002, the villain Malcolm Betruger in Doom 3, Marcus Fenix in Gears of War, Tom Sheldon in the Just Cause, or Victor Sullivan in the Uncharted saga. Its voxography is far too large, especially in the world of gaming, to name them all. It is, once again, a huge dubbing actor who leaves us. He was 72 years old.

Source: www.bfmtv.com

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