A Few Weird Credits

Beau was the announcer voice on Weird Al's Off The Deep End album, and again on Weird Al's 1990's kids show, as "The Channel Hopping Announcer." Weird.

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The Over The Top Game Show Announcer on the syndicated television series College Mad House, was none other than Beau Weaver, working alongside host on-camera (a baby) Greg Kinnear. Beau and Greg teamed up again on E! Entertainment Television for the show "Talk Soup." Both, weird shows.

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For Decades, Beau was the voice of Disneyland's Bobsled at Matterhorn Mountain ride "please keep your hands and arms inside the car at all times," and the voice of the Tomorrowland Monorail Tram, helping you find your way to your section of the parking lot. This is perhaps Beau's most recognized role ever.  A long time favorite at Disney Imagineering, He is currently heard as a vintage radio voice at the Cars Garage at the Disney California Aventure Park. Weird for Disney.

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On that one episode of The Sopranos, where Tony lays in bed, sleeplessly flipping channels past Hitler Documentaries, he stops on an inspirational pitch, and yes, it was Beau Weaver - voicing a Tony Robbins infomercial. It was a lift from the real spots, a long running gig for Beau in the early 2000's.  Tony Soprano listening to Beau; very weird.

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In the late '90's Beau voiced the opening sequences for NBC dramatic series, The Pretender and Profiler. Two NBC dramas with the same opening narrator. Yeah, weird.

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On A&E and History Channel's Real West, Beau played a dozen or more historical characters, including Wild Bill Hickok, in the example audio here.  But wait, I thought he was General Custer in previous episode.  Weird.

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When it premiered in 1995, Beau Weaver was the signature voice of UPN, the United Paramount Network, now defunt, having merged with The WB Network to make The CW Television Network.  The whole experience, for everyone involved was totally weird.