Robert Davi’s newest political ad voiceover: Michigan’s governor race

Recently, we noted how actor Robert Davi, who played a memorable James Bond villain in 1989’s Licence to Kill, had done the narration for a political ad in California that had gotten national attention.

It’s not the only such work Davi is getting in 2010. Earlier this week, Rick Snyder, a Republican candidate for governor in Michigan, started running television ads and Davi was his narrator also. Snyder is an Ann Arbor businessman and the spot says Snyder isn’t the same as career politicians.

Here’s the spot:

Davi isn’t just a voice for rent. He’s a political conservative, which is one reason he ends up doing such spots. Here’s Davi at the 2008 Republican convention:

Robert Davi’s latest job: voiceover in a political ad

Licence to Kill may not be the most popular James Bond movie but actor Robert Davi made a strong impression as its villain, Franz Sanchez. Here’s his latest “starring” role, that of a narrator in a California political commercial:

Meanwhile, Keith Olbermann had a “quick comment” on his MSNBC show on Feb. 5, mentioning Davi (suggesting the writers of the ad should have given him easier lines than “financial conservatives in name only”). You can check that out by CLICKING HERE. After watching a commercial, there will be a menu of videos from the show. The segment about the commercial should be easy to spot (saying how the ad was baaad or words to that effect).