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Jake Wardle Discusses His Fight Scene With Bob, Working With Lynch & James Marshall, Off Camera Stories & Much More! - 25 Years Later

February 5, 2018

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with actor Jake Wardle, who played Freddie Sykes in Twin Peaks Season 3. We had the chance to discuss numerous topics and Jake was extremely generous with his time. Hope you enjoy the interview! ...


Twin Peaks UK Festival 2017 Q&A Part 1

January 28, 2018

The Twin Peaks UK Festival 2017 took part on the 7th and 8th October at Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre. Q&A features cast members: Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne) Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk) James Marshall (James Hurley) Amy Shiels (Candie) Sean Bolger (Chris the Detailer) Jake Wardle (Freddie Sykes) Head of Make Up Debbie Zoller and Executive Producer Sabrina Sutherland...


JAKE WARDLE INTERVIEW, TWIN PEAKS, & STEPHEN KING | Orbital Jigsaw

September 10, 2017

This week’s episode has an interview with Twin Peaks’ own Freddie Sykes, played by British actor and YouTube’er Jake Wardle! ...


"Twin Peaks," Episode 14 Recap: Tell Me The Story | MUBI

August 15, 2017

...Summarizing his story, which he relates about midway through the 14th part of Mark Frost and David Lynch's revived Twin Peaks, hardly does it justice—not to the way Wardle (who appeared briefly in Part 2 of the new series and is best known for a 2015 YouTube video entitled "The English Language in 67 Accents & Random Voices") performs it nor to the patient yet enthralling way in which Frost and Lynch present it... 

 


'Twin Peaks' Recap: Stairway to Heaven - Rolling Stone

August 14, 2017

...And if you know your viral videos, this isn't even the episode's funniest cameo. That honor belongs to Jake Wardle, the British YouTuber whose clip "The English Language in 24 Accents" racked up 27 million views and caught Lynch's attention. This led to his role as Freddie Sykes, a friend and co-worker of James Hurley who's been granted superhuman strength by a green rubber glove...

 


‘Twin Peaks': Meet Jake Wardle, Whose Accent Nearly Stole Part 14 | The Wrap

August 14, 2017

It’s hard to steal a scene in a “Twin Peaks” installment, especially after everything that happened in Part 14. But Freddie Sykes, played by newcomer Jake Wardle, somehow managed to do just that. And it’s partially thanks to YouTube...

 


Twin Peaks: 9 Exclusive First Look Photos | Entertainment Weekly

March 23, 2017

David Lynch (far right) is directing all 18 parts of Showtime's Twin Peaks revival. But who are Jake Wardle and James Marshall (right) playing? No one will say officially. We can't even confirm Marshall is reprising his original role of James Hurley...

 


Man Of A Thousand Voices (Dozens, Anyway) | Jefferson Public Radio

August 24, 2016

You might listen to Jake Wardle and not even know it.  Because the guy can speak English in a huge variety of accents. Meryl Streep might have trouble keeping up with him.

He makes films and seeks voice acting work; Wardle already has a huge following on YouTube.  

We talk to him in a few of his voices to find out where the facility with accents came from...

 


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NewVic - News stories - 1 person, 1 language, 67 accents: meet Jake Wardle

We recently met Jake Wardle, who studied for a BTEC national diploma in media production in 2009-2011 at NewVIc. Jake has just graduated from Ravensbourne University with a 2:1 degree in Editing and Production and he’s already achieved ‘YouTube star’ status with his ‘Accents’ video that has been viewed 24.5 million times...

 


Must watch: One boy, English language, 67 accents, random voices | Deccan Chronical

January 10, 2016

This guy is incredible. Jake can speak English in 67 accents from around the world. The kid has been practicing for long and in five years today, he has managed to increase the number from 24 accents to a whopping 67 accents. His first video five years ago has received a whopping 24.5 million hits till date...

 


Hilarious: Oyinbo youtuber speaks 67 different accent including Yoruba and Igbo | pulse.ng

August 28, 2015

Oyinbo Youtuber, Truseneye92 speak 67 different accent including Yoruba and Igbo. This video is terrific fun...

 


So Funny! Watch YouTuber nail the Nigerian English Accent & 66 Other Accents in Random Voices | BellaNaija.com

August 27, 2015

And you thought some Nigerian TV presenters and actors are good at faking accents. BN came across a funny video recently posted by YouTube vlogger Truseneye92...

 


Around the world in 30 accents - what do you think of the Irish ones? | Ireland Calling

An animated video which features different accents from all over the world has proved to be a massive hit on YouTube with over two million views. The video titled 'The English Language in 30 Accents' - was created by aspiring voice actor Jake Wardle and animator Chris Mendoza...

 


Tamy@UK - Les accents anglais (ou la fois où j’ai rencontré une vedette YouTube)

La première fois que j’ai vu Jake, c’était il y a 3 ans, sur YouTube. Un matin, j’étais tombée sur une vidéo dans laquelle un jeune Britannique du nom de Truseneye92 imitait 24 accents anglais. Impressionnée, je l’avais partagée sur Facebook. Aujourd’hui, sa vidéo compte près de 20 millions de vues...

 


YouTube: Truseneye92 - The English Language 24 Accent Video Interview Exclusive + (30 Accents animated)

November 22, 2011

A EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH A YOUTUBE LEGEND WHO MADE 24 ACCENTS + 30 accent VIDEO animated...

 


Amazing British Kid Can Speak English In 24 Accents (VIDEO)

October 01, 2010

While many people seem to only speak in other accents when drunk, this kid reveals himself to be an inadvertent dialect savant in this remarkable video. Within eight minutes, he masters two dozen accents used by English speakers. He says that the video is “mostly for his friends,” but it’s no surprise that such an impressive mimic has received so much attention on YouTube...

 


Language Log - Young dialect mimic with a future?

June 10, 2010

The young man doing 24 accents of English in this video is in fact a remarkably talented dialect mimic...