His rich voice led to acting
William Lundigan (June 12, 1914 – December 20, 1975).
William Lundigan was an American film and television actor. Discovered because of his rich announcing voice, he has more than 125 films to his credit, working with Universal, Warner Bros., MGM, and 20th Century Fox. He later began appearing on TV shows like Lux Video Theatre, Schlitz Playhouse, General Electric Theater, The Ford Television Theatre, and The Star and the Story. He was host for Climax! and Shower of Stars.
Donna Reed appears with him in the film Apache Trail (1942), which a Variety review called "a moderately entertaining western" and claimed that the stars "all acquit themselves well"