Filmmaker Werner Herzog’s voice is commonly imitated ― normally as a part of a joke. So, “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert one-upped all of the imitators by getting Herzog himself to inform some jokes.
And it’s true. Herzog’s voice actually does make every little thing sound higher:
Herzog stopped by “The Late Show” on Tuesday to speak about his first novel, The Twilight World, in addition to how he feels about turning into often called a “character” only for being himself: