The most famous voice in cinema, Redd Pepper, discusses his love of Aston Villa in our latest #PartOfThePride video feature.
We’ve been chronicling the real-life passion of the claret and blue faithful this season – and Pepper is next up.
Check out his story below.
Pepper is renowned for his work providing theatrical trailers for movies such as Amistad, The Blair Witch Project, Men In Black, Independence Day, Boogie Nights and Armageddon.
After the death of leading light in voice work Don LaFontaine, Pepper became the main man when it comes to booming brilliance.
His first job was at McDonalds restaurant after which he spent six months as a fireman and then became a train driver on the London Underground.
It was in 1996 that a television executive passenger, hearing his amazing voice on the loudspeaker on one of his trains, offered him his card - and the rest is history.
He has earned the nickname 'Mr Movie Trailer Man' from the sheer number of Hollywood blockbusters his voice has promoted.
Check out his story above.