Charles Martinet, the actor who has been voting for Mario in various video games since the 1990s, got a Guinness record for his work as the famous Nintendo character.
Martinet was recognized by the organization in charge of the awards as the actor who has made more voice interpretations for the same video game character. All of this thanks to his work as Mario has done 100 times counts the latest version of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
The actor, who also makes the voices of Wario, Luigi, Waluigi, Baby Mario and Baby Luigi celebrated this accomplishment through their social networks.
"Craig gets my GWR certificate for most video game shows of the same character – 100, like Mario – December 7, 2018 with the release of Super SmashBros Ultimate woohoo! Many thanks to Nintendo and GWR, the actor wrote.
With Craig, I get my record certificate @GWR for most game video languages of the same character – 100, like Mario – December 7, 2018 at the release of #SuperSmashBrosUltimate #woo hoo! Thank you so much #Nintendo and #GWR pic.twitter.com/ICfKlK9hO1
– Charles Martinet (@CharlesMartinet) December 14, 2018
Martinet also shared a video on his Instagram account, showing his recognition at a Guinness World Record office.
Martinet began working on Nintendo in the 1990s, and as he revealed on several occasions, he reached the audition of Mario roll without much expectation. But his character of the character quickly convinced business executives to seal the band that now gave him a Guinness post.