The central character of the police drama “Chicago P.D.” on NBC is Sergeant Henry “Hank” Voight, director of the intelligence division of the Chicago Police Department. Hank is in charge of the Unit, which looks into a number of incredibly complex crimes and apprehends notorious offenders. Hank guides his team not only with his deductive abilities and experience but also with his incredibly strong voice. Among his other features, his voice strikes out as being very distinctive. Naturally, it must be a mystery to the viewers as to what actually occurred to Jason Beghe, who portrays the mysterious police officer. Here is all the information you need to know about Hank Voight’s voice!
What Happened to Jason Beghe’s Voice?
Jason Beghe, who is well-known for his roles as Royce in “G.I. Jane” and Allan Mann in “Monkey Shines,” has a distinctive deep voice that dates back to his boyhood. The actor told The Daily Beast, “When puberty hit, I went low and there was some gravel.” But his voice was further damaged by a vehicle accident, which led to the current state of it. Beghe explained the shift in his voice to the Sioux City Journal by saying, “I’ve always had a low voice but I was in a bad car accident, I was intubated and in a coma for 3 12 weeks, so it got gravellier.” He joked, “You could brew coffee in the back of my throat.”
Beghe ripped his tube out after being intubated while in the coma, which further damaged his voice. “In 1999, I was involved in a very terrible vehicle accident that left me with broken bones in my neck, back, all of my ribs, and both of my lungs. I spent three and a half weeks unconscious. In the same interview with The Daily Beast, the actor said, “When I would come out of the coma, since I was intubated from being on life support, I would rip the tube out and it made it even more f****d up.
Eventually, Beghe’s voice developed into a fascinating aspect of his private life. When I have to play the loving dad, it’s not so well (his gravelly voice), but it works for Voight. But my children seem to like it. They’re good kids, but they clean up when I tell them to, the actor continued. Viewers have questioned whether Hank’s raspy voice is real ever since the police procedural’s premiere.
The series’ creators then provided the confirmation. The series’ official Twitter account stated, “We can confirm that Jason Beghe’s voice is just as gravelly and awesome in person.” Hank’s gravelly voice gives him a tremendous air of seriousness and intimidation, two qualities that are crucial for a seasoned police officer as well.
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