Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Really Did Voice Paddington Bear
You have almost certainly seen Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaking out on the news in recent days against Russia’s military intervention. With the rise of the president’s fame, people are paying more attention to his previous career as an actor and comedian. We now know that along with his growing political popularity, he also voiced in Ukrainian one of the most beloved movie characters: Paddington Bear, Hollywood Reporter has been confirmed.
Production company Paddington StudioCanal has confirmed to THR that President Zelenskiy voiced the bear in the blue duffle coat in both Paddington and Paddington 2. If you don’t believe us, then Zelensky himself says in the commercial for the second film:
transfer (via AV club) reads: “Hello my dear friends. I, Vladimir Zelensky, will lend my voice to the wonderful, charismatic, friendly bear Paddington. Paddington [is a film] you can go see the whole family, and everyone will like it, regardless of age. You know you’re bound to come out of the movie in a fantastic mood.”
However, Zelensky’s career is by no means limited to Paddington. Before becoming an actor who was elected president of Ukraine, he was an actor who played President of Ukraine. In the series Servant of the People, he played a teacher who became president after a video of political ranting went viral. He was elected the same month that the series finale aired. In 2006, the comedian also won the Ukrainian version of Dancing with the Stars.
Zelenskiy was active in comedy, film, and television in Ukraine from 1997 until his election in 2019. During this time, he starred in various feature films such as Love in the City, Office Romance, 8 First Dates in addition to the above. staging.