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Meet The NEW Voice Of The Aflac Duck

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Here he is!

After 12,000 submissions and about 6,000 ruptured ear drums, Aflac insurance has found a replacement for Gilbert Gottfried, who got axed after he made some insensitive jokes about the Japanese tsunami tragedy.

The NEW just as annoying voice of the Aflac duck is Daniel McKeague, a a 36-year-old radio sales manager from Hugo, Minnesota.

Congrats on the new gig, Daniel! We look forward to hearing you in many, many Aflac commercials to come!

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7 comments to “Meet The NEW Voice Of The Aflac Duck”



  1. 1

    Sounds like a Gilbert Impersonator?



  2. 2

    LOL @ the executives having a American and Japanese flag on the desk!!



  3. 3

    He's terrible. No one can replace Gilbert's voice. That one guy from Afleck with the grey hair and glasses looks like a real weirdo. Something wrong with that picture.



  4. 4

    Big mistake on Aflac's part. Everyone associates Gilbert's whiny, annoying voice with the Aflac duck. Changing that voice is doing a major disservice to their brand recognition.



  5. 5

    Re: Revolennon – they're not changing the voice, basically the hired someone to impersonate Gilbert.



  6. 6

    So, they fired Gilbert and got a Gilbert impersonator, that they can pay way less. Yeah, ok.



  7. 7

    Re: chunkeh – Bah, it's a second rate Gottfried impersonator. They can pay this guy less money and he doesn't have same following so they won't have to worry about anymore scandals. I get their reasoning, but I think firing Gottfried (whose voice everyone knows) was a bit much. The guy's a comedian, comedians make jokes. I think an apology would've been enough, honestly.