It's called an epenthesis. Very important for actors during accent performances.
@tha5th, thank you for this post. I looked it up and it was extremely interesting to read about. As an example, the British throw in an R sound when saying law and order. I didn’t know why this happened until you posted it. Thanks again!
@Dudeliness, you're welcome my good man. Yes, lots of accents have it. Another example is the Ugandan accent in American English. They also add the "a" sound similar to that of the stereotypical Italian.
Well that explains the extra lives
What is this, the prestige?