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The Governator voices classic video games on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ – SFGate



Arnold Schwarzenegger joined Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” on Monday night to talk about the nonprofit After-School All-Stars, and — amusingly — add his voice to a few classic video games.

The Governator spoke via video from a room in his house decked out with a very on-brand gigantic replica of a tank and a contrasting flat-screen showing an aquarium of tropical fish (he also has an adorable wall of framed family photos).


First, Schwarzenegger outlined how the after-school program that he’s been involved with for 28 years has adapted to the coronavirus. To keep homebound kids occupied, they’ve enlisted them into a volunteer grocery delivery service.

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After the obligatory charity plug, which has become a recurring segment on Fallon’s show, Schwarzenegger broke the news that he’ll be revisiting his “Predator” role in a forthcoming video game.



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Fallon also highlighted a couple other “uncredited” video game voiceover jobs that he’s been involved in over the years, including cameos in “Super Mario Bros.” and “Pong.” Watch the full clip below.

Dan Gentile is a digital editor at SFGATE. Email: Dan.Gentile@sfgate.com | Twitter: @Dannosphere




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