Oscar Isaac’s best voice acting performance
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Oscar Isaac’s best voice acting performance

Oscar Isaac is now starring in the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse as the fierce Spider-Man 2099. Outside of his many outstanding live-action roles, the actor has given some incredible voice performances over the years. To celebrate its latest major release, let’s take a look at Oscar Isaac’s best voice acting performance.

Gomez Addams – The Addams Family

There are many different versions of The Addams Family patriarch – including Raul Julia’s incredible live-action portrayal of the ’90s – but Oscar Isaac manages to create his own version thanks to his distinct, smooth voice.

Since the character is renowned for his charm, not just anyone could pull it off – especially since this animated version is based on the cartoonier comic book character’s design. Even then, Isaac’s suave delivery completely makes you believe he’s that macabre Casanova, which even sets him apart from the other famous Gomez.

Spider-Man 2099—Spider-Verse Series

As soon as audiences heard Isaac speak as futuristic Spider-Man Miguel O’Hara in the post-credits scene of Into the Spider-Verse, they were ready to see him flourish in the Spider-Verse sequel. Now that he’s here, fans are excited to see Spider-Man 2099 tear him apart in his multiversal battle with Miles Morales. Although he looks a bit different than he did in the post-credits scene, the character is no less impressive this time around.

There’s an intensity to Isaac’s performance as Spider-Man 2099 that makes him a truly commanding presence. Even then, there’s a serious healing element present that reminds you that this isn’t a supervillain – it’s another Spider-Man trying to do the right thing. Without a doubt, Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man 2099 is one of Oscar Isaac’s best voice acting performances.

Sydney Pollack – The Last Movie Stars

Originally slated to debut on CNN+, the Max Original series (produced by Martin Scorsese) has been making waves. The Last Movie Stars dramatizes interview transcripts and ended up being a massive hit.

Isaac played Sydney Pollack in Emily Wachtel and Ethan Hawke’s limited documentary series, alongside incredible fellow performers like Laura Linney, George Clooney and Mark Ruffalo. Isaac’s take on Pollack – the director of famous films like The Way We Were and Tootsie – has impressed audiences, making him an important part of the popular series.

Peter Roiter—Case 63

Released in 2022, Case 63 has the voice of Oscar Isaac alongside the legendary Julianne Moore in an interesting sci-fi story that serves as an English-language remake of the Chilean podcast Caso 63.

Isaac plays apparent time traveler Peter Roiter – a man from Essex who claims to have been born in 2023. Roiter and Moore’s Dr Eliza Beatrix Knight return to a therapy session as they try to get to the bottom of the travel demands in Roiter’s time. Isaac comes off as incredibly honest despite his character’s outlandish claims, making for an impressive performance in the Spotify Original audio series.

Poe Dameron—Star Wars: Resistance

One of the highlights of Disney’s Star Wars trilogy was Oscar Isaac’s Poe Dameron. The daring pilot had a mischievous charm that made him easy to root for, so seeing the actor reprise the role in an animated setting was an exciting prospect. He can even take on the underutilized antagonist Captain Phasma in the series, which is a huge moment for the character in general.

Seeing Poe go on adventures beyond the main films was a lot of fun, even if Resistance overall isn’t as strong as The Clone Wars or Rebels. Dameron’s appearances were a highlight – thanks in large part to Isaac – making Star Wars: Resistance’s Poe Dameron one of Oscar Isaac’s best voice acting performances.

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