Who Does the Voice of Bingo?

Bingo is a game played with a deck of 52 cards. The object of the game is to make a sequence of five cards, all of which are of the same rank, starting with the Lowest and working up to the highest.

The player who makes the sequence first wins the game.

The game is usually played by two people, with one person playing the role of Bingo and the other person playing the role of caller. The Bingo player drAWS six cards from the deck and then lays them out face down in front of him or her. The caller then flips over one card at a time, calling out each number as it is revealed.

If the number called matches any one of the numbers drawn by Bingo, that card is turned over and added to the sequence already in progress. If there is no match, then the next card is flipped over and played as normal.

Bingo was originally created in 1785 by an Englishman named John Newbery. Since its creation, many different voices have been used to provide the voice of Bingo across various languages and cultures.

Some of these voices include Ralph Bellamy (who provided the voice for Bingo in several American versions of TV shows throughout the 1960s and 1970s), Roger Bannister (the first person to run a mile in under four minutes), and Arnold Schwarzenegger (the former Governor of California).

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