James Earl Jones, who remained mute as a child because of a stuttering problem, but went on to give voice to some of entertainment’s most memorable characters, will receive the 2008 Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award for a vocal tenor that is “without peer.” (Associate Press has a good article, too)
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