Oprah Winfrey Makes Voice Cameo on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
The TV personality lends her voice to that of an unseen freedom fighter offering hope to Offred (Elisabeth Moss).
“The Handmaid’s Tale” creator BRUCE MILLER has confirmed viewers heard Oprah Winfrey’s voice during the latest episode of the drama.
The media mogul, who is a huge fan of Elisabeth Moss’ critically-acclaimed show, agreed to lend her voice to that of an unseen freedom fighter offering hope to Moss’ desperate character, Offred, in a car radio broadcast.
“We’d heard Oprah was a fan of the show, and had a story idea, and thought, wouldn’t it be wonderful if… so we asked and she said yes, and it was a lovely, easy process,” Miller explains.
“The radio segment she recorded was inspired by the free radio of the Allies from World War Two. It was an absolute honour to have Oprah featured on the show, and especially thrilling as she was the one who presented us with the Emmy last year.”
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