Why Does Austin Butler’s Voice Change Before and After the Elvis Movie?

Austin Butler Voice Before And After: Austin Butler, an American singer, actor, and model has a $4 million net worth. With his starring role as Sebastian Kydd in the blockbuster television series “The Carrie Diaries” and for his role in Zoey 101 as James Garrett, taking over for Sean Flynn’s Chase Matthews, he made a name for himself in the film business.

In order to enhance his acting abilities, Butler, who was born on August 17, 1991, in Anaheim, California, enrolled in an acting school as a teenager. He made his acting debut in the short film The Faithful after finishing school and appearing in a number of commercials.

Austin Butler Voice Before And After

He elaborated on the alterations to his voice after acting in the movie in his interview with Elle Australis. Because he is timid, he explained, “There are triggers” when he thinks about the parts of Elvis that he would have to connect with in order to perform in front of a large crowd and be surrounded by his name. You spend so much time fixating on one issue that, like physical habits, it can actually affect how you speak. He stated that he was still “constantly evolving” and that the experience was great.

Austin Butler revealed that some scenarios provoke him when speaking about the film with Yahoo! Lifestyle. On June 7, he shared, “You know, for one, being inundated with his name everywhere, and then two, it becomes something where I mean… it was the voice I spoke in for two years. After a while, it becomes so automatic that you almost lose track of your natural voice.

An Elvis movie

Elvis is a 2022 Baz Luhrmann biographical musical drama film. Based on a story by Luhrmann and Doner, the script was written by Luhrmann, Sam Bromell, Craig Pearce, and Jeremy Doner. The movie, which is helmed by David Wenham, stars Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh, Olivia DeJonge, Luke Bracey, Natasha Bassett, David Wenham, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Xavier Samuel, and Kodi Smit-McPhee. The Ladd Company’s founder Alan Ladd Jr., who passed away in March 2022, is honored in the movie.

Austin Butler Early life

Butler, the son of David Butler and Lori Anne (née Howell), an aesthetician, was born on August 17, 1991, in Anaheim, California. When he was seven, the two got divorced. His older sister Ashley, who was born in 1986, co-starred with him in Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide as a background actor.

Austin Butler Voice Before And After
Austin Butler Voice Before And After

Butler was introduced to a background acting management firm representative when he was thirteen. This individual assisted Butler in beginning his career in show business. He discovered he liked it, so he quickly started taking acting classes.

Butler attended a public school until the seventh grade, after which he quit to attend home school in order to fit his schedule around his job. Before taking the CHSPE to complete his regular high school education in the tenth grade, he maintained his homeschooling education.

Austin Butler Career

After appearing as an extra on various television shows, Butler eventually got his first permanent gig in 2005 as a background actor as Lionel Scranton on Nickelodeon’s Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide for two seasons. He met Jackie Lewis, a formidable agency, through his on-screen friend Lindsey Shaw, who also connected him to her manager Pat Cutler, who signed him and helped establish his career. Butler started treating acting as a career seriously after that.

Butler appeared as Derek Hanson, a guest character on the Disney Channel show Hannah Montana, opposite the actress Miley Cyrus, in May 2007. In September of the same year, he played Jake Krandle in the Nickelodeon show iCarly episode “iLike Jake.”

Butler signed on to play James Garrett, Jamie Lynn Spears’ love interest in the fourth season of Zoey 101, in February of that same year. In March of the same year, he had an appearance in an episode of Out of Jimmy’s Head as Lance in the episode named “Princess.” Along with Ashley Tisdale, Carter Jenkins, Robert Hoffman, Kevin Nealon, and Doris Roberts, Butler played Jake Pearson in the family adventure film Aliens in the Attic, which was released by 20th Century Fox in July 2009.

In the film, his persona and his family fight to stop an extraterrestrial invasion while also defending the planet and their holiday house.  Alongside David Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy, and his close friend Alexa Vega, Butler starred as Jordan Gallagher in the well-liked but short-lived ABC Family sitcom Ruby & the Rockets.

Butler was cast as Jones in a recurring role on the CW drama Life Unexpected in February 2010. Later that year, he had appearances on CSI: Miami, The Defenders, Wizards of Waverly Place, Jonas, and other Disney Channel shows.


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A spin-off of Disney’s High School Musical series, Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure, chronicled the adventures of Sharpay Evans after high school as she sought her big break on Broadway. Butler’s co-star in Aliens in the Attic, Ashley Tisdale, asked him to test for the main part.

Butler portrays Sharpay’s love interest Peyton Leverette in the movie.  Butler explained to Week In Rewind about his casting, “I had previously collaborated with Ashley, and after that, I learned about the film when she called to invite me to read for the director because she thought I would be ideal. I went to see the director, and everything went pretty well; I was cast in the movie.”  On April 19, 2011, a direct-to-DVD release of the movie took place.  He was cast as Wilke, a recurring character, in the ABC Family series Switched at Birth in 2011, which debuted on June 27.

The Bling Ring, a Lifetime TV movie produced by Dick Clark Productions and directed by Michael Lembeck, was based on the burglary gang of the same name that targeted the houses of Hollywood celebrities, and he agreed to portray the lead role of Zack Garvey in it. The release day for the film was September 26, 2011. Butler made a special appearance on the NBC comedy Are You There, Chelsea? in January 2012.

Austin Butler Personal life

Butler, who enjoys writing and producing music, learned to play the guitar at the age of thirteen and the piano at the age of sixteen. From 2011 to 2020, Butler was romantically involved with actress Vanessa Hudgens. Butler has been dating the model Kaia Gerber since late 2021. Butler’s mother passed away from cancer in 2014.

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