Star Wars: The Clone Wars Voice Actor Tom Kane Recovering From Stroke

Bespin refugee - January 01, 2021


The daughter of Tom Kane (voice of Yoda and the narrator for The Clone Wars, among others) reveals he recently suffered a stroke, which has affected the speech center of his brain. While she says he is in good spirits, and is working to improve his speech , his neurologist says he may not be able to do voiceovers again.
(Source Tom Kane's Facebook Page)


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Vaporman87 - 2021-01-04 @ 11:19 pm

Ahhh man... that sucks. For me, he'll always be the "voice of the monorail" at Walt Disney World. Every time I hear his voice in some other work, I instantly recognize it. I really hope he recovers quickly.

Belmont13 - 2021-01-04 @ 10:56 pm

That's rough I wish him a speedy recovery. 

Ace1o8 - 2021-01-04 @ 6:39 pm

May the force be with him in this most difficult of times.

Satam - 2021-01-04 @ 6:32 pm

He won't see this, but I wish him well.

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