Fans have gathered on the r/DeadliestCatch subreddit around mail which read: “Today I launched Deadliest Catch: Bloodline. Josh Harris’ voice blew me away, especially in the voiceover segments. He has an incredible bass quality in his voice that rivals Sam Elliott. He should definitely voice a few more programs. However, this statement sparked an immediate flurry of comments referring to Harris’ hard lifestyle. you/saskwatch93 saying that it is the voice of a heavy smoker.
u/MsBlondeViking agreed that Harris had a good voice, but added that they thought it was stupid how easy Harris was to shut up. Others also felt the same way u/KittenofBalnain saying, “This guy has one of the most soothing voices on TV. And Bloodline is just such a fun little show.” you / triple 20twenty stated that they thought Harris would be able to take on the role of Mike Rowe for voice acting, i.e. when Rowe retires from the profession.
According to Cleveland Clinic, a concept known as “The Voice of the Smoker” is very real and is caused by chemicals found in tobacco products. When smoke is inhaled, it passes by the vocal cords on its way to the lungs, which can make the voice deeper or hoarse. People who sing are usually the first to notice this result because the act of smoking changes the way the vocal cords are stretched. sapiens notes that low male voices usually carry an aura of power and strength, which makes them generally pleasing to the ear. This preference crosses both cultural and sexual boundaries, which is understandable why someone who talks like Harris or Barry White gets a lot of fans just by talking.