After 27 years of lending his iconic voice to Mario, Charles Martinet is stepping back from the role, announced Nintendo.
The original voice of Mario, Charles Martinet, is moving on from voicing the beloved plumber after a remarkable 27-year run, Nintendo revealed.
Charles Martinet, the voice behind Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi, is transitioning to a new role as a Mario ambassador, according to Nintendo.
Nintendo bids farewell to Charles Martinet as the voice of Mario, expressing gratitude for his incredible contributions to the franchise over the past 27 years
Charles Martinet's tenure as the voice of Mario comes to an end, but he will continue to spread Mario's joy around the world in a new ambassadorial role, announced Nintendo.
With an illustrious 27-year run, Charles Martinet is passing the torch as Mario's voice, moving into a brand-new role as a Mario ambassador, Nintendo confirmed.
As Mario's original voice actor, Charles Martinet, steps away from recording character voices, Nintendo celebrates his legacy and announces his new role as Mario ambassador.
Nintendo unveils a new chapter for Charles Martinet, the voice of Mario, who will now be Mario's ambassador, engaging with fans around the globe while stepping back from voice acting.
After an incredible 27-year journey voicing Mario and other beloved characters, Charles Martinet transitions to a Mario ambassador role, continuing to inspire fans everywhere, Nintendo shared.