If you are not familiar with her, she was the sultry actress who teamed up with Humphrey Bogart on and off the screen.
One of our blog regulars Don, emailed today and mentioned her passing plus her voice. Again, if you haven't ever heard her, she was famous for her low sexy tones...just an ideal voice for a transgender woman trying to find her way in the world-if you can do it.
Here's a description from the New York Times called "That Voice and the Woman Attached." :
|"Bogey and Bacall"|
Among other things, I'm a Turner Classic Movie Channel Addict. When one of the big stars passes, they normally do 24 hours of their movies plus either an appearance on Johnny Carson or better yet a classic interview with Dick Cavett.. I can't wait to see it.
As Don said, modeling your voice after Bacall is a wonderful idea and capturing the essence of the woman is even better.
I will leave you with what many consider to be her most famous line (and mine too):