We don't think so. Voice acting can be more challenging than other kinds of acting because you can’t “hide” in voice acting. There is no visual distraction in the form of physical comedy or facial expressions. All acting must be expressed through the voice!
All forms of acting are uniquely their own, and all rely on the actor’s willingness and ability to access their instrument and communicate with others. Recorded performances are, by nature, removed from the audience. Usually, voice actors will work in small booths, completely alone, relying solely on their imaginations! Two actors might each record their halves of an argument in separate recording sessions, a month apart.
Also, voice actors are often cast in multiple roles in the same project. Both because they can pull it off, and because it’s budget friendly, reducing costs and production time.