Pedro Pascal is bloody brilliant as Din Djarin in The Mandalorian. Even though he spends most of the series under a helmet, he still delivers a wonderful performance.
Part of the reason he’s so good is because of his voice. He has a great voice, and Pedro Pascal revealed in a recent interview that the voice he uses as Din Djarin in the show is his “bedroom voice”. We’re getting a little weak at the knees now.
Pedro Pascal uses his “bedroom voice” as Din Djarin in The Mandalorian
Here’s what Pedro Pascal had to say about the voice he used whilst playing Din Djarin in The Mandalorian:
I always feel bad. A parent that I meet, they have their kid, and they’re like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to impress my child so much. I’m introducing them to the Mandalorian. But then it’s like my face, and I don’t have The Child with me; I’m not wearing a helmet. And they look and they’re like, ‘Who’s this guy?’ And then, if I’m going to speak to them in a Mando voice, it’s kind of strangely like a bedroom voice. Totally inappropriate. So it’s kind of just like, [awkward sounds].
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