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Homer Simpson’s original Latin voice returns after 16 years

Homer Simpson's original Latin voice returns after 16 years

Humberto Vélez, who helped Homer Simpson became very popular in Latin America, he returned to iinterpret the character he left 15 years ago.

Latin dubbing was one of the keys to the success of the Simpsons series in Latin America, as the tone, charisma and comedy style made millions fall in love with the show.

However, 16 years ago, the cast of the dubbing was replaced; so since then he has had different voices with which he became known.

But this Wednesday, July 7, the Marvel and The Simpsons short entitled “The Good, The Bart and the Loki”, where a crossover is made between the series of the yellow family and the characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

The fans were pleasantly surprised when they put the audio in Spanish, as Humberto Velez (Homer); Claudia Motta (Bart) and Patricia Acevedo (Lisa) they returned in the voices of the protagonists.

Although at the moment it only seems that it was a single work, this has excited the fans, who want to hear the original voices again.

Homer Simpson changed his voice in 2005

Humberto Vélez and the rest of the acores of the series left the Simpsons in 2005 due to a problem with the company and the association of actors to which they belonged. It was thus that since then there was a change of voices in the series.

Degree in Communication and Journalism from UNAM, with 14 years in the media. Lover of wrestling, video games and geek culture. “This is the way”. More by Apolo Valdés