One of the most famous (and grating) voices in showbiz holds nothing sacred in his crude yet witty insult-comedy routines
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If you don’t know his face, you definitely know his voice. But while Gilbert Gottfried’s raspy, nasal growl has given abrasive life to Iago the parrot and the Aflac duck, as well as many non-bird characters, it’s onstage that he truly shines. In front of a crowd, he deals in all things snarky, insulting, and blue, thus making him perfect for Comedy Central’s roasts, where he’s been a fixture since 2008. It’s here that he’s shed the worst kind of praise on the likes of Bob Saget (“I watched his special in hi-def, because in order to enjoy it, you have to be either high or deaf.”), Roseanne Barr (“Her sharp yellow teeth can take a man’s arm off in one bite.”), and Lisa Lampanelli (unrepeatable).