Pedro Pascal says the voice of ‘The Mandalorian’ feels awkward

“I think it sounds out of place because it’s a breathy, low register bedroom sound,” Pascal said.

Pedro Pascal embraces his fatherly side—just not literally when it comes to kid fans.

The “Mandalorian” star recalled adults asking him to voice Din Djarin for their children, which Pascal describes as “so creepy” given the inherently sexy nature of the deeper tone.

“People come to me and ask me to voice their children. But I think it sounds wrong,” Pascal said on “The Graham Norton Show” (via Insider), “because it’s a breathy, low-register bedroom sound.”

He added: “It’s so creepy and it doesn’t work in real life.”

The “Last of Us” actor previously detailed the intense costume to play the titular bounty hunter Mandalorian in the “Star Wars” Disney+ series.

“It’s like putting on a head-to-toe glove with weights,” Pascal told Empire magazine. “It’s ironic that you don’t see any facial expressions because it puts you completely in the world and makes the character feel real right away, but you don’t see shit!”

Pascal added of the helmet: “They kept tweaking it and making it more comfortable, but it’s like going blind. Your breath completely fogs the narrow gap you can see through. No peripheral vision. If there’s a hole, I fall into it.

Pascal said before ScreenRant In 2022, that it was an “indescribable” experience to try on the helmet of “The Mandalorian” series for the first time. “It fits like a glove, like it’s a part of me, like the armor,” Pascal said. “It’s not difficult for me to move in it and it hardly restricts me. Only my facial expression suffers a little from the costume.”

“The Mandalorian” Season 3 returns on March 1, and the trailer follows Pascal Din Djarinja’s struggle to possess the Dark Sword, created by the first Mandalorian Jedi.

And Pascal isn’t the only in-demand actor to have awkward fan encounters lately. Oscar nominee Paul Mescal spoke of being touched on the back by a theater fan while posing for a photo, and “You” star Penn Badgley recalled feeling “molested” by female fans at the height of his “Gossip Girl” fame. “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” star and executive producer Channing Tatum also said that his dental assistant asked him to strip, citing the striptease movie as part of a nasty joke.

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