You’re not the only one curious about how Elizabeth Holmes’ voice has changed over time. Holmes’ voice was also rumored to be amplified for the camera and other social settings. NPR’s 2005 interview with Holmes revealed how her pitch had changed. Some believe that Holmes’ voice changed dramatically before the series premiere. There are many theories about the reason behind this shift, but we can all agree that Holmes’ voice sounds more like her grandmother’s.
Holmes softened her appearance and adopted a more gentle tone during the trial. She ditched the turtleneck, dark eye makeup, and loose waves, and began speaking with a more refined, mellow voice. Holmes’ dramatic transformation can be traced back her film “The Dropout”, which showed her early transition from a Stanford student to a mature voice. However, many have wondered how her voice changed since the movie’s premiere.
A Hulu miniseries featuring Amanda Seyfried as Holmes was recently released. It aims to dispel the long-held belief about Holmes’ fake voice. The series will explore Holmes’ voice style and mannerisms, and reveal whether Holmes has the same natural speaking voice as her high-pitched, sultry voice. Although it is impossible to confirm the rumors about Holmes’ voice, it is possible that Seyfried channeled Holmes’ tone to make her sound more authentic.
Amanda Seyfried’s new miniseries “The Dropout” on Hulu explains why it’s a concern for many actresses to mimic Holmes’ voice. Seyfried can’t mimic Holmes’ low voice perfectly, but she isn’t concerned about damaging her vocal chords. In fact, fans have been praising Seyfried’s performance on social media and Twitter.