In a recent Only Fools And Horses spoof, our peerless columnist Richard Littlejohn imagined how the Trotters would be handling the lockdown in Nelson Mandela House, after it was revealed the classic TV programme topped a poll of what was being binge-watched during the crisis
Impressionist and voiceover artist Christopher Gee (who previously voiced Richard’s hilarious Dad’s Army sketch,
(Click below to listen) enjoyed the Luvvly Jubbly column so much that he turned it into an audio clip starring Del Boy and Rodney. What else could the Mail+ team do but create this animated video to bring his laugh-out-loud impression to life? If you're feeling the lockdown blues, you won’t after watching this..
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Just finished recording all the Voice Over Characters for this wonderful piece that was written by Top Columnist Richard Littlejohn for the Daily Mail. With a modern up to day spin on this much loved British Comedy Classic.
Read Richard Littlejohns' Daily Mail article/column and script by clicking the link below:
ONE OF THREE APPEARANCES PERFORMING ALL THE VOICES
ADI SHANKAR/TYLER GIBB
"CHRISTOPHER GEE IS DOPE! HE BROUGHT "IN SERVICE" TO LIFE!"
ADI SHANKAR -
FAMOUS HOLLYWOOD PRODUCER
“It was imperative for me to not only find an uncanny celebrity impression for my film, but for the voice actor playing that role to truly embody and embelish the character.
After an exhaustive search I was relieved and excited to find Christopher Gee.
Chris is an enthusiastic professional capable of taking direction while also being able to impart his own experience and intuition on his role. If you can get on Chris’ radar, grab him while you can!"
TYLER GIBB - DIRECTOR "IN SERVICE OF NOTHING"
"Chris did a great job impersonating Churchill for me. Easy to work with and a fantastic final product! Thanks Chris!"
My narration of this Folk Horror Audiobook by Matthew Harrison
I worked with Christopher on a folk-horror audiobook, he was really receptive to the material and totally understood the direction I wanted to take the piece in. He was really open to comments/criticism and feedback, adjusting his performance and work accordingly, offering alternate options in a timely manner. Chris was a pleasure to work with, extremely professional and delivered excellent results, with a super quick turnaround. Much appreciated!”
- MATTHEW HARRISON
Writer / Director - "TRADITIONS"