The Animated Voice

What is it like to be a voice actor? How do they achieve success in a highly-competitive business? How, and why, do people become voiceover actors in the first place?

These questions and more are answered in The Animated Voice, a multi-volume series published by Pulp Hero Press, an imprint of Theme Park Press.

Volume One features interviews with Pixar director Pete Docter, writer and voiceover director Mark Evanier, voiceover specialists Marty Grabstein, Katie Leigh, Phil Lollar, Dallas McKennon, Will Ryan and Keith Scott, plus a foreword by Starlog editor David McDonnell.

This page provides hyperlinks and filmographies for the actors I’ve interviewed, which were excluded from the hardcopy volume for the intent of saving space. This webpage has no space limitations, and it’s easier to click on a hyperlink from a webpage, so here you are:

Pete Docter

Books Authored by Pete Docter

Walt Disney Animation Studios, The Archive Series, Walt Disney’s Nine More Old Men (Nine

More Old Men: The Flipbooks), (Disney Editions Deluxe), Disney Editions; Box Har/Bk edition: October 17, 2017.

Walt Disney’s Nine Old Men: The Flipbooks, Disney Editions, January 8, 2013.

Selected Filmography

1988                Winter: Director / Voice

1989                Palm Springs: Director / Voice of Sigmund Dinosaur

1989                Cranium Command: Animator

1990                Next Door: Director

1991                Luxo Jr. in “Surprise” and “Light & Heavy”: Animator

1995                Toy Story: Original Story / Story Artist / Supervising Animator

1997                Geri’s Game: Animator

1998                A Bug’s Life: Additional Storyboard Artist

1999                Toy Story 2: Original Story

2001                Monsters, Inc.: Director / Original Story

2002                Mike’s New Car (video short): Director / Original Story

2004                Howl’s Moving Castle: English Dub Director / Executive Producer (U.S. production)

2005                Mr. Incredible and Pals (video short): Voice of Mr. Incredible

2008                WALL-E: Original Story / Voice of Lifeguard Bot

2009                Up: Director/ Story / Screenplay / Voice of Kevin, Campmaster Strauch

2009                Dug’s Special Mission (video short): Executive Producer

2009                George and A.J. (video short): Executive Producer

2010                Let’s Pollute: Musician; Bassist

2012                Brave: Executive Producer

2013                Monsters University:  Executive Producer

2013                Party Central: Executive Producer

2015                Inside Out: Director / Original Story / Voice of Father’s Anger

2015                Riley’s First Date? (video short): Executive Producer / Voice of Father’s Anger

2017                LOU: Executive Producer

2019                Toy Story 4: Original Story

IMDb credits:

Mark Evanier

Mark Evanier’s Online Observations on Voice Acting

From Mark’s blog:

Cartoon Voices. An historical overview of voice acting, with a discussion of recording sessions, the challenges that actors face, and the odds on “breaking in.”  Originally published in Comics Buyer’s Guide, September 27, 1996. 

Cartoon Voices, Part 1. A brief history of cartoon voice acting; comments on celebrity voice-casting; watching actors perform in recording sessions.  Originally published in Comics Buyer’s Guide, December 10, 1999. Part 1 of 3.

Cartoon Voices, Part 2. About sessions and the versatility of actors.  Originally published in Comics Buyer’s Guide, December 17, 1999. Part 2 of 3.

Cartoon Voices, Part 3. The Screen Actors Guild contract.  Originally published in Comics Buyer’s Guide, December 24, 1999. Part 3 of 3.

Voicework: A Brief Q-and-A on the Subject of How to Become a Cartoon Voice Actor. Published January 3, 2012. 

Voices of Hollywood. How Hollywood tends to think of voice actors as not real stars. Published September 28, 2006.

ASK Me. Mark writes about how CG animation affects casting. Published February 21, 2017. 

Voice Actors on the Web. A compilation of websites for Corey Burton, Scott Innes, Dan Gilvezan, Hal Rayle & Maggie Roswell, Beau Weaver, E.G. Daily, Townsend Coleman, Nancy Cartwright, Thurl Ravenscroft and Keith Scott. Published February 25, 2001.

Voice Question. A discussion on Screen Actors Guild conditions for multiple roles. Published May 19, 2016. 


The Top 20 Voice Actors

of the First 40 Years of Talking U.S. Animation

This is Mark Evanier’s list of the twenty top voice actors in American animated cartoons between 1928 and 1968.

Introduction. “Voices “n’ Choices,” published August 16, 2015.

Sterling Holloway. Voices of Winnie the Pooh, Kaa the Python. Published August 17, 2015.

Mae Questel. Voices of Betty Boop, Olive Oyl. Published August 24, 2015.

Jim Backus. Voices of Mr. Magoo, Genie in A-Lad-In His Lamp. Published September 1, 2015.

Pinto Colvig. Voices of  Goofy, Sleepy and Grumpy. Published September 8, 2015.

Hans Conried. Voices of  Snidley Whiplash, Captain Hook. Published September 15, 2015.

Don Messick. Voices of Scooby Doo, Boo Boo Bear, Dr. Quest. Published September 23, 2015.

Alan Reed. Voices of Fred Flintstone, Dum-Dum. Published September 24, 2015.

Jack Mercer. Voices of  Popeye, Felix the Cat. Published September 29, 2015.

Gary Owens. Voices of  Space Ghost, Roger Ramjet. Published October 4, 2015.

Clarence Nash. Voices of Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie. Published October 17, 2015.

Dick Beals. Voices of Davey Hansen, Ralph Phillips, Buzz Conroy. Published October 22, 2015.

Jackson Beck. Voices of Bluto, the Narrator in Filmation’s Superman. Published October 27, 2015.

Bill Scott. Voices of Bullwinkle, Dudley-Do-Right, Gruffi Gummi. Published November 2, 2015.

Howard Morris. Voices of Atom Ant, Breezly Bruin. Published November 16, 2015.

Paul Winchell. Voices of Tigger, Dick Dastardly, Gargamel. Published November 19, 2015.

Stan Freberg. Voices of Pete Puma, Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent. Published November 23, 2015.

Paul Frees. Voices of Boris Badenov, Ludwig Von Drake. Published December 1, 2015.

June Foray. Voices of Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Natasha Fatale. Published December 5, 2015.

Daws Butler. Voices of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound. Published December 11, 2015.

Mel Blanc. Voices of  Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn. Published December 17, 2015.


Selected Books Authored by Mark Evanier

The Art of the Simon and Kirby Studio, Harry N. Abrams, November 11, 2014.

Comic Books and Other Necessities of Life (with Sergio Aregonés), TwoMorrows Publishing,

Second Printing, July 1, 2002.

Did You Grow Up with Me, Too? – The Autobiography of June Foray (with Earl Kress),

BearManor Media, July 4, 2009.

Kirby: King of Comics, Harry N. Abrams, Anniversary Edition, August 1, 2017.

Mad Art: A Visual Celebration of the Art of Mad Magazine and the Idiots Who Create It,

Watson-Guptill, January 30, 2003.

Marty Grabstein

IMDb credits:

Katie Leigh


Katie Leigh offers voiceover coaching. For details, go here:

Select Filmography

1982                Pandamonium: Peggy

1982                Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour: Additional voice

1983-1985       Dungeons & Dragons: Sheila the Thief

1983-1988       The Smurfs: Additional Voices, Denisa

1984                Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: Little Maharaja

1984-1991       Muppet Babies: Baby Rowlf, Captain of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Green Pirette

1985                Dumbo’s Circus: Dumbo

1985-1991       Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears: Sunni Gummi, Rafi, Young Woman

1985-1994       ABC Weekend Specials: Gwendolyn, Buzz Beaver, Cousin Mouse, Michelle Pierre, Princess Aruzia

1986                My Little Pony: The Movie: Fizzy, Baby Sundance

1986                My Little Pony ‘n Friends: Baby Shady, Gingerbread, Fizzy, Baby Tiddley

Winks, Ribbon, Gingerbread, Heart Throb

1987 to date    Adventures in Odyssey (radio) (animated 1998-2002): Connie Kendall

1987                Pound Puppies: Puppy 1, Boy Orphan 1, Puppy Delivery Boy, Greg

1987-1989       The Real Ghostbusters / Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters: Jason, Cindy

1988                The Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy: Sunny Bunny

1990-1992       Bobby’s World: Voices

1991-1992       Darkwing Duck: Honker Muddlefoot, Additional Voices, Honkulon

1993                All-New Dennis the Menace: Joey McDonald, Gina Gillotti

1996                Richie Rich: Richie Rich, Irona the Robot Maid

1998                Babe: Pig in the City: Kitten

2001-2012       Totally Spies!: Alex

2002-2004       As Told by Ginger: Junior, Junior Sr., Junior Harris

2004-2005       Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Chad, Pierre, Madame Blubbery

2007-2008       Animalia: Zoe, Fuchsia, Snipsy, Toucans

2008-2009       The Mr. Men Show: Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Daredevil, Little Miss Helpful

2010                Despicable Me: Additional Voices

2011                Poppy Cat: Zuzu

2011                Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace: Han Solo, Mari Amithest, Ashla

2014-2017       Space Racers: Sandpiper, Crow, Sojourner

2015                Get Blake!: Skye Gunderson

2016                Benno’s Great Race Interactive Ride (video game): Missy

2016                Iliad House (audio drama): “The Voice”

2017                Monster Island: Voice

IMDb credits:

Books Authored by Katie Leigh

Adventures in Oddity. (with Will Ryan), Oxnard, CA: Oxnard University Press, April 17,

  1. Foreword by Phil Lollar.

Untitled memoir. Work in progress.

Phil Lollar

Books Authored by Phil Lollar

Adventures in Odyssey Radio Scripts (with Paul McCusker), Lillenas Pub Co, November 1, 1988.

The Complete Guide to Adventures in Odyssey, Tyndale House Pub, October 24, 1997.

Little Dogs on the Prairie: Yippee Ti-Yay, Happy Birthday Book, Thomas Nelson, August 15, 2000.

Welcome to Odyssey: The Start of Something Big, Hardcover, Tyndale House, October 1999.


Select Filmography

2004                Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Wacky Wally

2006                Little Dogs on the Prairie: Pride, Prejudice and Fudge (video short): The Sheriff

2008-2009       The Mr. Men Show: Mr. Small, Mr. Strong, Mr. Lazy

2009                Olivia: Additional Voices

2010                Courage (short): Driver voice

2011                Chop Kick Panda (video): Bali, Grand Master Hanh

2011                Puss in Boots: A Furry Tail (video): King John, Donahue

2012                The Jungle Book: Hathi

2014 to date    The Tom and Jerry Show: Crooked Eddie

2014-2017       Space Racers: Dodo, Headmaster Crane, Opportunity


Adventures in Odyssey credits, writer and director:

Adventures in Odyssey credits, voices and director:

IMDb credits:


Dallas McKinnon

Select Voice Filmography

1942                Pigeon Patrol: Carrier Pigeon, Induction Officer

1948                Melody Time: Johnny Appleseed’s Angel

Woody Woodpecker

1951    Slingshot 6 ⅞: Wally Walrus, Buzz Buzzard

1952    Woodpecker in the Rough: Golfer

1952    Scalp Treatment: Buzz Buzzard

1952    The Great Who-Dood-It: Buzz Buzzard

1952    Termites from Mars: Radio announcer, TV announcer

1953    What’s Sweepin’: Wally Walrus, Bull Dozer, Store owner

1953    Buccaneer Woodpecker: Buzz Buzzard

1953    Operation Sawdust: Buzz Buzzard, Wally Walrus

1953    Hypnotic Hick: Buzz Buzzard, I. Gypem

1953    Belle Boys: Buzz Buzzard

1953    Hot Noon or 12 O’Clock for Sure: Buzz Buzzard, Cowboys, Fight referee

1954    Socko in Morocco: Buzz Buzzard

1954    Alley to Bali: Buzz Buzzard, Mighty Volcano

1954    Under the Counter Spy: Woody Woodpecker’s thoughts

1954    Real Gone Woody: Buzz Buzzard

1955    Bunco Busters: Buzz Buzzard, Captain Haddock

1957    Red Riding Hoodlum: Wolfie Wolf, Smokey the Bear, Elevator Operator

1969    Ship a-Hoy Woody: Buzz Buzzard, Captain

1971    Flim Flam Fountain: Buzz Buzzard

1971    Woody’s Magic Touch: Narrator, Minstrel, Dragon

1972    Indian Corn: Buzz Buzzard, Indian Chief

1972    Gold Diggin’ Woodpecker: Voice

1972    Show Biz Beagle: Buzz Buzzard, Mouse

1972    The Genie with the Light Touch: Buzz Buzzard, Mouse

1955                Lady and the Tramp: Toughy, Pedro, Professor, Hyena

1955                The Legend of Rockabye Point: Skipper

1959                Bucky and Pepito: Bucky, Pepito

1959                Sleeping Beauty: Maleficent’s raven, Vernon the owl

1959-1964       Les aventures de Tintin: Tintin, Professor Calculus

1960                Q.T. Hush: Q.T. Hush, Shamus

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Inspector Willoughby

1960    Hunger Strife: Ranger Willoughby

1961    Rough and Tumbleweed: Inspector Willoughby, Pretty Boy McCoy, Narrator

1961    Eggnapper: Ranger Willoughby

1961    Mississippi Slow Boat: Inspector Willoughby

1961    The Case of the Red-Eyed Ruby: Inspector Willoughby

1962    Phoney Express: Inspector Willoughby

1962    Hyde and Sneak: Inspector Willoughby

1963    Coming Out Party: Inspector Willoughby

1963    Case of the Cold Storage: Inspector Willoughby

1963    Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker: Inspector Willoughby

1964    The Case of the Maltese Chicken: Inspector Willoughby

1965    The Case of the Elephant’s Trunk: Inspector Willoughby

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1960-1962       Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse: Courageous Cat, Minute Mouse, Chief

1961                One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Additional voices

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1957-1967     The Gumby Show:[2] Gumby, Pokey, Prickle, Nopey, Gumbo (only in Chicken Feed), Henry (re-dubbed), Rodgy (re-dubbed), Granny, Additional voices

1987    The Puppetoon Movie: Gumby, Additional voices

1988    The All-New Gumby:[3] Gumby, Professor Kapp

1995    Gumby—The Movie:[4] Gumby, Professor Kapp, Fatbuckle, Lucky Claybert,

Nobuckle (credited as Charles Farrington)

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1966                How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Max

1966                Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree: Bees

1967                Sissy Sheriff: Sugarfoot, Dirty McNasty

1967                Tom and Jerry short, Cat and Dupli-cat: Falsetto

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1968    The Archie Show: Archie Andrews, Hot Dog, Mr. Weatherbee

1968    Archie’s Funhouse: Archie Andrews, Hot Dog, Mr. Weatherbee

1969    The Archie Comedy Hour: Archie Andrews, Hot Dog, Mr. Weatherbee

1970    Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies: Additional voices

1971    Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Additional voices

1971    Archie’s TV Funnies: Archie Andrews

1974    The U.S. of Archie: Archie Andrews, Hot Dog, Mr. Weatherbee

1977    Sabrina, Super Witch: Salem

1977    Archie’s Bang-Shang Lalapalooza Show: Archie Andrews, Hot Dog, Mr. Weatherbee

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1969                The Hardy Boys: Joe Hardy, Chubby Morton

1971                Aesop’s Fables: Hare, Old Turtle

1971                Bedknobs and Broomsticks: Bear

1972                Journey Back to Oz: Omby Amby

1973                Treasure Island: Captain Flint, Ben Gunn

1974                Oliver Twist: Bookseller, Charlie Bates

1985                The Adventures of Mark Twain: Jim Smiley

1992                Goof Troop—“Where There’s Smoke, There’s Goof”: Old Man in Bathtub

1995                The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat: Additional voices

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IMDb credits:

Dallas McKennon passed away on July 14, 2009, age 89 in Raymond, Washington.

[1] Gumby’s first voice belonged to Ruth Egelson, the wife of the art director and first artist, Al Egelson.  After the pilot episodes, Gumby was voiced by Dallas McKennon (most episodes) and Dick Beals (1967).  Pokey was voiced by Art Clokey (1956-1957, 1988) and Dallas McKennon (1960s).  Prickle was voiced by Clokey and McKennon; Goo by Gloria Clokey and Norma MacMillan. 

[2] NBC-TV televised The Gumby Show from March 16, 1957 to November 16, 1957.  Syndicated 1957 to 1967.  Art Clokey made 130 six-minute adventures, with one three-part story and many two-part stories.  A new theme and look is presented in the 1966-1967 season.

[3] The All-New Gumby was syndicated 1988 – 1989.  Actually, the show wasn’t “all new.”  The Clokeys redubbed and rescored 102 classic episodes and mixed them with 120 new shorts.  The show had two seasons, 74 half-hours containing three shorts per show, a total of 222 episodes.  Altogether, the Clokeys made 250 Gumby shorts.

[4] Distributed by Arrow Releasing, the $2.8 million Gumby–The Movie had a limited release December 1, 1995, earning a paltry $57,100.  McKennon, credited as “Charles Farrington,” voiced Gumby, Claybert and Fatbuckle; Art Clokey was Pokey, Prickle and Gumbo; and Gloria Clokey was Goo.

Will Ryan


Nominated – Primetime Emmy (1998)

Outstanding Children’s Program: The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (1996).

Shared with Brian Henson, David Steven Cohen, Michael K. Frith, Bob Stein, Lauren Gray, David Gumpel and Lou Berger.

Nominated – Annie Awards, ASIFA-Hollywood (2001)

Outstanding Individual Achievement for a Song in an Animated Production

For episode “The Elmo Aardvark Song.”

Won – BTVA Television Voice Acting Award (2014)

Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series – Children’s/Educational

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006)

Shared with Bret Iwan, Tony Anselmo, Bill Farmer, Russi Taylor, Tress MacNille, Jim Cummings, Corey Burton, April Winchell and Dee Bradley Baker.

Nominated – Writers Guild of America, USA (1998)

Children’s Script

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (1996)

Shared with Craig Shemin, for episode “The Road to Ka-Larry.”


Books Authored by Will Ryan

Adventures in Oddity (with Katie Leigh).  Oxnard, CA: Oxnard University Press, 2016.

Me and Duke: Behind the Microphone with Will Ryan.  Ojai, CA: Iconoclassics, 2015.


Voiceover Filmography

1983‑88           Only voice talent to perform in every Disney featurette and character series.

1983                Welcome to Pooh Corner, The Disney Channel

                        two seasons, 120 episodes: Tigger, Rabbit; songwriter

October 20, 1983 U.K. premiere,

December 16, 1983 U.S. general release

                        Mickey’s Christmas Carol, with 1st reissue of The Rescuers: Willie the Giant, Peg‑Leg Pete

1984                Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (featurette): Rabbit

Late 1984  Produced

May 27, 1987  An All New Adventure of Disney’s Sport Goofy: Sport Goofy in Soccermania, NBC: Goofy, Beagle Boys, Scrooge McDuck, Gyro Gearloose

February 2, 1985

                        Cap’n O.G. Readmore’s The Bollo Caper: Snag Carstair, Chestnut, Monkey#1.

October 12, 1985

                        Cap’n O.G. Readmore’s Jack and the Beanstalk: Wordsy, Humpty Dumpty

1985                Cap’n O.G. Readmore’s Puss N’ Boots: Francois Marquis de Caruthers

1985-1986       Dumbo’s Circus: Barnaby the Dog; songwriter

1985-1986       G.I. Joe II: The Revenge of Cobra / G.I. Joe: Mutt, Junkyard

1985‑1991       Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears: Ogres, Unwin of Dunwyn, The Carpie King

1985                Wuzzles: Wishing Well

1986                An American Tail: Digit, Sam the Apple Man

February 14, 1986

                        Disney’s DTV Valentine, (aka Disney’s DTV Romancin’, September 7, 1986): Goofy, Pongo (father Dalmatian)

1986                Glo Friends: Various voices

1986                My Little Pony and Friends: Additional voices

1986, production halted

                        Swabbies, Disney featurette

1986                Wildfire: Voice

1986‑89           Teen Wolf: Chubbs, Waldo

February 13, 1987

                        Disney’s DTV “Doggone” Valentine: Pongo, the Father Dalmatian

March 25, 1987

                        Down and Out with Donald Duck:[1] Goofy, Peg‑Leg Pete

1987‑88           Duck Tales: Peg‑Leg Pete

1987                Alice Through the Looking Glass (animated feature‑length TV special released theatrically overseas): Voice; songwriter

September 1986‑1987, produced; September 1987 broadcast

                        The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin: Grubby; songwriter; scriptwriter

November 1987 to date

                        Adventures in Odyssey (radio): Eugene Meltzner, Harlow Doyle, various voices

1988                The Wizard of Speed and Time: Union representatives, President of U.S.

1988                The Land Before Time: Petrie

1989                Morris the Moose (educational film): Voice

1989                Stanley and the Dinosaurs (educational film): Voice

1989                The Little Mermaid: Messenger Seahorse

1990                Rock‑a‑doodle: Stuey

1990                Crunch Tators (commercial): C.T. Gator

1990                Peter Pan: Smee

1990                Upworld / A Gnome Named G’norm (live‑action): G’norm

1990-1992       Garfield and Friends: McKraven, Webster the Rabbit

1994                Hans Christian Anderson’s Thumbelina: Reverend Rat

1994                A Troll in Central Park: Boss

1995                The Pebble and the Penguin: Royal, Tika

1995-1996       The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat: Voices, Medic Guardian #1, Mr. Gross Ghost

1999-2000       Courage the Cowardly Dog: Duck Brothers

2000                Elmo Aardvark, Outer Space Detective: Elmo Aardvark

2001-2002       House of Mouse: Willie the Giant

2003                Looney Tunes Back in Action: Papa Bear

2004-2006       Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Wall, Muscle Bound Guy, Defensive End

2007                Mickey’s Great Clubhouse Hunt: Willie the Giant

2010                Family Guy: Winnie the Pooh

2013                Get a Horse!: Peg-Leg Pete

2006-2014       Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Willie the Giant

2015                Little Charmers: Voice

IMDb credits:

[1] Compiled and edited from 30 hours of cartoons without one frame of new animation


Keith Scott

Books Authored by Keith Scott

The Moose That Roared, Thomas Dunne Books, 2000.

Untitled. History of uncredited voice artists, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, Work-in-progress.

Untitled.  The Great Impressionists, work-in-progress.

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Select Voiceover Filmography

1975                The Adventures of the Toothbrush Family (Australia only):  Voices

1975                The Adventures of Kum Kum: Voice

1983-1988       Perfect Match: Dexter the Robot

Dot series

1985    Dot and the Koala: Bruce / Mayor Percy / Sherlock Bones

1985    Dot and the Smugglers: Voice

1986    Dot and Keeto: Keeto, Butterwalk, Atlantis

1988    Dot and the Bunyip:  Voice

1988    Dot Goes to Hollywood:  Voice

1994    Dot in Space: Grumble Bones, Buster, Papa Drop, Roley, The Party, Professor

Globus, Inflato, Sergeant, Soldiers


1987                The Adventures of Candy Claus (TV short): Santa Claus, voices

1988                Alice in Wonderland: Mad Hatter, Dormouse, March Hare

1989-2017       Looney Tunes characters, officially licensed by Warner Bros. to perform their voices in Australia, New Zealand and southeast Asia for animated commercials, promotional recordings, and speaking and singing voices for all licensed stage show productions.


Blinky Bill

1992    Blinky Bill (movie): Splodge the Kangaroo, Flap the Platypus, Mr. Wombat

(Wombo), Mayor Pelican, Mr Emu, Jacko, Harry and Joe

1993    The Adventures of Blinky Bill: Flap the Platypus, Splodge the Kangaroo, Wombo, Mr. Koala, Mayor Pelican and Danny Dingo

1995    Blinky Bill’s Extraordinary Excursion: cast as above

2004    Blinky Bill’s Extraordinary Balloon Adventure: cast as above

2005    Blinky Bill’s White Christmas (TV movie): Flap the Platypus, Splodge the

Kangaroo, Wombo, Mayor Pelican, various


Jay Ward characters

1997    George of the Jungle (movie): Narrator

1998    Rocky and Bullwinkle’s Know-It-All Quiz Game (video game): Aesop, Boris Badenov, Bullwinkle J. Moose, Captain Peachfuzz, Dudley Do-Right, Fearless Leader, Inspector Fenwick

1999    Fractured Fairy Tales: The Phox, the Box and the Lox (short): The Phox and The Lox

1999    Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls (Universal theme park attraction): Dudley Do-Right, Inspector Fenwick

2000    The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (movie): Boris Badenov, Bullwinkle Moose, Fearless Leader, The Narrator and RBTV Announcer

2003    George of the Jungle 2 (video): Narrator

Tabaluga, TV series

1997    Tabaluga: Arktos, James, Tyrion

2001    Tabaluga: Arktos, James, Tyrion

2003    Tabaluga: Arktos, James, Tyrion

1998                Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown: Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, Mayor Croco, Professor Angus McPouch, Brusier, Damon

1999                Popeye’s Bilge-Rat Barges (Universal theme park attraction): Popeye, Bluto

Flipper and Lopaka, TV series

1999    Flipper and Lopaka: Voices

2000    Flipper and Lopaka: Voices

2003-2005     Flipper and Lopaka: Voices

2002                Fairy Tale Police Department: 50% of all characters.

2002                Old Tom: Old Tom, 50% of all characters.

2007                Gumnutz: A Juicy Tale (TV movie): Voice

2009                Sally Bollywood: Super Detective: Harry Bollywood

2010                Legend of Enyo: Quag Naga

2018                Peep and the Big Wide World 2-D / 7-D: To Save the Big Wide World (theme park attraction): Peep, Quack, Chirp, Grudge, Raccoon, Tom, Nellie, Splendid Bird from Paradise, Hoot, Squeak, Beaver Boy, Ant and Newton

IMDb credits: