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Welcome to a "Behind-The-Sences" look at Tale Spin's voice acting core. This page is by no-means a "One Stop" place for all credits on all voice actors in Tale Spin (I'll leave the credits to VoiceChasers, Internet Movie Database and other websites because for some of the talents; they have so many that it would take up a lot of space.).This webpage is under heavy construction at this time; there are still many gaps in the tribute. Profiles and credit updates will be added to as much as possible. (This has already taken too much time as it is.) Special thanks to Laura Ann Trombley for some of the credits for this page.


Principal Voice Talents: (13)


Charlie Adler

TaleSpin Voices:
Mad Dog (Select Episodes)
Bank Auditor (Plunder and Lightning Part/Act One)
Freelance Pilot (From Here to Machinery)
Howard Huge (Bearly Alive)
Hacksaw (A Bad Reflection On You Part Two)
Track Coach (A Baloo Switcheroo)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Filler Brushbill, Pluck)
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voices)
DuckTales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Voices)
The Prince & the Pauper (Weasels #2/#3, Pig Driver)
Darkwing Duck (Cute Little Lost Bunny, Major Trenchrot, Mr. Mikey, Newscaster)
Goof Troop (The Magician's Hat, Street Theater Teacher)
Aladdin (Gazeem)
Marsuplami (Unknown)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Squid #1)
Bonkers (Officer Light, Grape on the Grapevine, Maggot, Charles Quibble)
Aladdin The Series (Mekaniklies)
Aladdin Activity Center (Gazeem)
The Schnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Chafe)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Otto Maton, Dr. Droid)
Quack Pack (Prince Gaylord, Hermit)
Jungle Cubs (Ned)
Timon & Pumbaa (Irwin, Rabbit, Enos, Miss Skunk-Lady, Male Ted, Mr. Buttons,Various)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Mr. Whiskers)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voices, Voice Casting)
Wizards of Waverly Place (Report Card)
The Buzz on Maggie (Dialogue Director, Casting Director)
The Replacements (Prime Minister Ricobo, Voice Casting, Dialogue Director)
Phineas & Ferb (MODOK, Voice Director)
Wonder Over Yonder (Stok, Additional Voices)
Disney Infinity: Marvel Superheroes (MODOK)
Disney Infinity 3.0 (MODOK)
The Lion Guard (Mjomba)

Non-Disney Productions:
Cow and Chicken (Cow)
Kulipari: An Army Of Frogs (Commander Pigo)
Tiny Toons (Voice of Buster Bunny. Also wrote a few episodes.)
Ahh Real Monsters (Ickis)
The Wild Thornberry's (Dialogue Director)

Debut: My Little Pony (1984) - Spike, Woodland Creatures, Bushwoolie #6.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Filler Brushbill, Pluck.
Most Recent Credits: Untitled Rocko's Modern Life Special (2018) - Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead.
Total Resume Credits: 252 Acting Credits, 50 Misc Credits, 8 Casting Director Credits, 3 Casting Department Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Writer Credits, 4 Sound Department Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 10 Self Credits, 1 Archive Credits.

Comments: Charlie Adler was born in Paterson, New Jersey on October 2nd, 1956. In 1984 and 1985, he starred as Arnold Beckoff in Torch Song Trilogy, for which he was nominated for the 1985 Helen Hayes Best Actor Award, in New York, before moving to California in 1986. His first animation role was recorded in New York, voicing Spike the Dragon in the My Little Pony television movie Rescue at Midnight Castle.His voice acting career had taken off with a bang, Adler landed the roles of Nat Smurfling on the fourth season of Hanna-Barbera's Smurfs, Rowdy Roddy Pipper on Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling, Silverbolt on The Transformers and the unsympathetic role of Eric Raymond, the main villain on Jem. He became active chiefly in animation, his roles include reprising Spike in the My Little Pony television series, Low-Light in G.I. Joe, the semi-regular role of Mr. O'Greasy in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Deputy Fuzz and Ted Hex in Bravestarr, Captain Caveman's son Cavey Jr. in The Flintstone Kids, Pinky Dalton in The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound, Quark and Zappy in Rockin' with Judy Jetson, The Hamburglar in a few McDonald's commercials, Mad Dog, Hacksaw and Howard Huge in TaleSpin, Dripple in Tom and Jerry Kids, and the sympathetic title character, The bear from darkest Peru in Hanna-Barbera's version of Paddington Bear. In 1993, he went on to portray Chance 'T-Bone' Furlong in Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron, which went on to be the number one syndicated show of 1994, Bill in The Terrible Thunderlizards, Ickis on Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead and others on Rocko's Modern Life, Stalker Slaughter on Captain Planet and the Planeteers and Screwball Squirrel and reprising his role of Dripple on Droopy, Master Detective. He also voiced Dr. Peacock in the Froot Loops commercials, Patrick Winks and Mr. Hornsby on Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, and SAVO on Danger Rangers and Mr. Whiskers in Brandy & Mr. Whiskers In 2002, he directed his own short movie No Prom for Cindy in which he also played the title character. He was awarded the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films Jury Award of Merit. In 2007, he voiced in Michael Bay's live-action Transformers film series, providing the voice of Starscream after having voiced the characters of Silverbolt and Triggerhappy in The Transformers. Just as Chris Latta voiced both Starscream and Cobra Commander in the Sunbow cartoons, Adler voiced Cobra Commander in G.I. Joe: Resolute and G.I. Joe: Renegades. As of 2013, Adler is currently playing Professor Barney T. Hokestar in Ben 10 Omniverse and MODOK in Avengers Assemble and is also directing Bubble Guppies. On the site Behind The Voice Actors he is chosen as the best voice for Buster Bunny, Super-Skrull, MODOK, Mojo, Cobra Commander, Low-Light, Stalker and Sunstorm.

"Chicken?! That's a good way to lose a beak!" - Cow, Cow and Chicken (1997).

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Twitter Account
Official Website
Wikipedia Entry


Jack Angel

TaleSpin Voices:
High Marshall (Select Episodes)
Hog Salesman (The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink)
Detective Thursday (Vowel Play)
Restaurant Waiter (A Star is Torn)
Monkey Chauffeur (A Star is Torn)
Reporter#1 (Whistlestop Jackson, Legend)
Clopstokia Finance Minister LaFong (Whistlestop Jackson, Legend)
Slush Police Officer #1 (Flight of the Snow Duck)
Sgt. Grumpy (Flight of the Snow Duck)
Usher (For Whom The Bell Klangs)
Barney (Jumping the Guns)

Disney Productions:
DuckTales (Additional Voices)
The Little Mermaid: (Additional Voices)
DuckTales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Voices)
Beauty and the Beast (Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (Liquidator, Moloculo Macawber, Bud Flud)
Aladdin (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Police Officer, District Attorney)
Bonkers (Scribble, Max Coody, Flanigan)
Toy Story (Shark, Rocky Gibraltar)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voice)
Quack Pack (Sam, Ed, Angler)
Hercules (Additional Voices)
A Bug's Life (Additional Voices)
A Bug's Life Video Game (Thud)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voices)
Tarzan (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voice)
Treasure Planet (Additional Voice)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voice)
Finding Nemo (Additional Voices)
Cars (Additional Voices)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Videogame (Ammand The Corsair)
Toy Story 3 (Chunk)
Toy Story 3: The Videogame (Chunk)
Mater's Tall Tales (Additional Voices)
Monsters University (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Voltron (Zarkon/Cossack)
Balto (Nikki)
Beetlejuice (Preacher)
Jem! (Emmett Benton)
Noah (Rock -Uncredited)

Debut: The Legend of Paul Bunyan (1973) - Narrator.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Additional Voices.
Most Recent Credits: Final Fantasy XV (2016) - Cid Sophiar.
Total Resume Credits: 158 Acting Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 6 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Jack Angel was born in Modesto, California on October 24th, 1930. His father was a Greek immigrant who had arrived in America during the 1900s, and years later became famous as the Bean King of Central California. Jack Angel would go from an enlisted soldier to an officer during the Korean War, all the while attending Army Ranger Training School. After his discharge, he was accepted to University in San Francisco. The future actor graduated from San Francisco State University in 1957, and at the same time, he was hired in the position of disc jockey on a California radio station and decided to focus on a career in radio programs. Jack Angel's radio programs were heard on stations KMPC and KFI, Los Angeles. In the early years of his career, he also landed roles in stage productions in The Actor's Ring and the Portland Civic Theater. His first jobs in the voice-over industry came in the mid-1970s, voice acting on the series Super Friends, in which he played Hawkman, The Flash and Super Samurai, including The All-New Super Friends Hour, Challenge of the Super Friends, Super Friends (1980 TV series), The Legendary Super Powers Show and Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians. At the same time, Angel made guest appearances in Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo and The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show. In the Transformers series, he was the voice of Astrotrain, Smokescreen, Ramjet, Cyclonus (following the death of Roger C. Carmel), Omega Supreme, Sentinel Prime, and Ultra Magnus (animated television series only). He did reprise Ramjet and Astrotrain in The Transformers: The Movie. He also lent his voice to the character Dr. Zachary Darret in the 1984 CBS animated series Pole Position, and also voiced Wet Suit on Sunbow's G.I. Joe and several characters on Dino-Riders. In the Transformers and G.I. Joe series, he often acts alongside Frank Welker, Chris Latta, Michael Bell, Peter Cullen and Charlie Adler. In 1995, he was the voice of Nikki in Balto, an animated film produced by Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment. He also voices the SWATbots on Sonic the Hedgehog and plays the Liquidator on Darkwing Duck, The Chief of Police in Goof Troop and voiced Nick Fury on Spider-Man: The Animated series. In 2001, Angel was the voice of "Teddy" in the movie A.I. Artificial Intelligence and provided additional voices in animated films such as A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Cars, Horton Hears a Who, The Prince of Egypt, The Iron Giant and Aladdin. Angel has also ventured into video games, and narrating the cult hit killer7 as well as playing Wonkers the Watilla in Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, The Mayor in Ratchet & Clank, and Captain Teague in the video game version of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. From 2002-2012, shortly after the death of Gene Moss, he voiced Smokey the Bear in a few public service announcements and radio spots. In 2007, he voiced an alien called Technorg on Ben 10, Comrade Chaos on El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, as well as the Pirate Captain in an episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Angel also voiced Papa Smurf in the 2011 special, The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol. He has also played several characters in the Pixar film Toy Story franchise; Rocky Gibraltar in Toy Story, The Shark in Toy Story 2 and Chunk in Toy Story 3.

"It's planes crashing into each other!" - High Marshall, TaleSpin, 1991.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Website
Wikipedia Entry


Jim Cummings

TaleSpin Voices:
Don Karnage (Select Episodes)
Louie Lamount (Select Episodes)
Trader Moe (Select Episodes)
Ape Goon (Select Episodes)
Khan's "Yes" Man (Select Episodes)
Air Traffic Controller (I Only Have Ice For You)
Dog Rather (I Only Have Ice For You)
Desert Prince (I Only Have Ice for You)
Policeman over PA (Time Waits For No Bear)
Street Thug (The Idol Rich)
Pilot Jack (Plunder and Lightning Act I)
Mr. Macnee (Mommy for a Day)
Convington (Molly Coddled)
Inspector Burrow (All's Whale That Ends Whale)
Newsman (From Here to Machinery)
Rhino Pilot (For a Fuel Dollars More)
Jenkins (A Bad Reflection on You; Part I)
Chauffeur (A Bad Reflection on You; Part I)
Whistlestop Announcer (Whistlestop Jackson, Legend)
Polar Bear Chief (Double or Nothing)
Thembrian Judge (Flight of the Snow Duck)
Prison Guard (Flight of Snow Duck)
Red Robe Thug #1 (For Whom the Bell Klangs)
Prince Wudolf's Goons (Waiders of the Wost Tweasure)
Patriotic Flounder Guard (Flight School Confidential)
Tiny (Bringing Down Babyface)
Office Malarkey (Bringing Down Babyface)
Nanuk (Pizza Pie In the Sky)
Bob (Pizza Pie In the Sky)
Health Official (Pizza Pie In the Sky)
El Gato (Destiny Rides Again)
Chancellor Trample [Pieces Only] (Road to Macadamia)
Aunt Louise (Romance of the Red Chimp)
Ship Postal Worker (Your Baloo's In The Mail)
Cape Suzette Postal Worker (Your Baloo's In The Mail)
Jay Walking Cop (Your Baloo's In The Mail)
Hunter O'Roarke (Paradise Lost)

Disney Productions:
Dumbo's Circus (Lionel The Lion)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Zummi Gummi (6th Season), Chummi Gummi, Carpy, Man, Various)

DuckTales (El Capitan)
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Winnie, Tigger (1990-))
Winnie the Pooh Friendship: Tigger-ific Tales (Winnie The Pooh)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Fat Cat, Mont. Jack, Professor Nmnul, Wart)
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voices)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Disneyland Fun (Winnie The Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Winnie The Pooh)
Darkwing Duck (Darkwing Duck, Herb Muddlefoot, NegaDuck, Various)
Petal To The Metal (Bonkers D. Bobcat)
Aladdin (Razoul, Farouk)
Raw Toonage (Bonkers, Maurice, Norman, Don Karnage)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Seahorse, Cure Seeking Villager, Howling Hairfish, Villagers, Various)
Goof Troop (Pete, Police Officer, Cab Driver, Various)
Bonkers (Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat, Detective Lucky Piquel)
Marsupilami (Maurice, Norman)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Pooh Party (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Cowboy Pooh (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Winnie the Pooh)
The Lion King (Ed the Hyena)
Animated Story Book: The Lion King Video Game (Ed)
Gargoyles (Gillecomgain, Dingo, Mr. Acme, Matrix, Gillecomgain's Father, Hunter)
The Return of Jafar (Razoul)
Aladdin: The Series (Razoul, Farouk, Wazou, Queen Deluca's Brother #2)
Aladdin Activity Center (Razoul)
Mickey: Reelin Through The Years (Additional Voice)
Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Dr. Paul Bunion)
Winnie The Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day (Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore)
A Goofy Movie (Pete)
Pocahontas (Powhatan, Kekata, performer: "Steady as the Beating Drum" (Reprise), "Savages" (Part 1), "Savages" (Part 2))
Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party at Walt Disney World (Tigger)
The Runaway Brain (Julius)
Timon & Pumbaa (Woody Woodeater, Chitaho, Ed, Grizzly Bear, Gopher, Various)
Pocahontis The Video Game (Additional Voice)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Misc. Guards, Gypsies)
Aladdin And the King of Thieves (Razoul)
Quack Pack (Tradewind Troy, Cpt. Dreadnought, Mel Mallard)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Gargoyles: Goliath Chronicles (Cop #1, Hugo, Dr. Nexus)
Mighty Ducks: The Series (J76412, Zork, Limy Lombago, Kazor)
Winnie The Pooh Learning: Growing Up (Winnie the Pooh)
Jungle Cubs (Kaa, Johar's Father, Primo, Rhino, Mouse)
The Making Of 'A Goofy Movie' (Hinmself)
Hercules (Nessus The River Centaur, Tall & Elderly Thebian)
Redux Riding Hood (Tompkins)
Pooh's Grand Adventure The Search For Christopher Robin (Winnie the Pooh, Skullasarus Growls)
Beauty & The Beast: Enchanted Christmas (Additional Voices)
Winnie The Pooh Learning: Helping Others (Winnie the Pooh)
Hercules The Video Game (Titans)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Colonel, Mayor Ed Pig)
Belle's Magical World (Webster)
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (Singer)
Pocchontas 2: Journey To A New World (King James)
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Scar)
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Fun'N Games (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Happy Pooh Day (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Learning: Making Friends (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Learning: Sharing & Caring (Winnie the Pooh)
Hercules: The Series (Garbage Collector, Grove Of Despair People, Thessaly Citizen)
Winnie the Pooh, A Valentine for You (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Tarzan The Video Game (Tantor)
Tarzan (Additional Voices)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Winnie The Pooh)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Pete, Postman)
Disney's 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs': Still the Fairest of Them All (Additional Voice)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Clever Little Piglet (Winnie The Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Pooh Wishes (Winnie The Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh Learning: Working Together (Winnie the Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh: Franken Pooh (Winnie The Pooh)
Winnie The Pooh: Imagine That, Christopher Robin (Winnie The Pooh)
Sing Me A Story With Belle (Puppet Character Voice)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Pete, Zeke, Humphrey The Bear)
Pepper Ann (Roland Carter, Mr. Big, Mr. Little, Dirk)
Winnie The Pooh: Spookable Pooh (Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (Peter Pete)
The Tigger Movie (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Tigger's Honey Hunt (Tigger)
Mickey's Speedway USA Video Game (Pete)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Additional Voices)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Senator Aarrfvox, Binipinardian #1, Announcer, Alien Dog, Tough Prisoner, Security Computer)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Tony)
The Jungle Book: Rhythm & Groove Video Game (Additional Voice)
The Book of Pooh (Pooh, Tigger)
Mickey's House of Villains (Big Bad Wolf, Kaa, Ed)
Tarzan & Jane (Tantor)
Kingdom Hearts (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (Archdeacon)
Return to Neverland (Additional Voices)
House of Mouse (Pete, Winnie The Pooh, Big Bad Wolf, Kaa, Ed, Weasels)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Disney Golf Video Game (Pete)
101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventure (Additional Voices)
Legend Of Tarzan (Tantor, Marcus, Hobson)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Zach Mackillin & Rodeo Announcer)
Disney Extreme Skate Adventures Videogame (Tantor & Ed)
Piglet's Big Movie (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
The Jungle Book 2 (Kaa, Colonel Hathi, M.C. Monkey)
Winnie The Pooh 123s (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Very Merry Christmas Sing Along Songs (Archive Footage Voice: Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Pete)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime with Roo (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Ed)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Blitzen)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go (The Being)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Ed, Pete, Tigger, Winnie The Pooh)
Leroy & Stitch (Heckler)
WITCH (Tridart, Harold Hale, Zacharis, Khor, Various)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Waylon, Floyd)
Brother Bear 2 (Bering, Chilkoot)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Pooh, Tigger)
Winnie The Pooh: Shapes & Sizes (Pooh, Tigger)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Video Game (Vasquez)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix Plus (Ed, Pete, Tigger, Winnie The Pooh)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Pete)
Mickey's Treat (Pete)
The Replacements (Ring Announcer, Campaign Commercial Announcer, T.S. Fardsworth, Alfred P. Dunleavy Jr./Scientists)
Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dream (Additional Voices)
Pooh's Super Sleuth: Christmas Movie (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Snowman)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (King Triton, Shelbow)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (Tigger, Winnie The Pooh)
Disney TH!NK Fast Videogame (Pete)
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Beaver)
Mickey's Adventures in Wonderland (Pete)
The Princess & The Frog (Ray)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Tigger, Winnie The Pooh, Beaver, Various)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Pete, Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Captain Justice, Captain Dark)
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (Pete)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (Pete)
Epic Mickey (Pete)
Gnomeo & Juliet (Featherstone)
Winnie The Pooh Movie (Pooh, Tigger)
Kinetic Disneyland Adventures (Cheshire Cat, Tigger, Winnie The Pooh)
Fish Hooks (Scientist)
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Pete, Julius)
Wreck-It Ralph (Additional Voices)
Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two (Pete)
Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion (Pete)
Motorcity (Dr. Hudson)
Kinect Fun Labs: Kinect Rush - A Disney PIXAR Adventures: Snapshot (Additional Voices)
Disney Magical World (Pete, Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Various)
Mickey Mouse (2013/2014) (Pete)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Catfish Booray)
Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy (Oppenheimer, Port)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Pete, Humphrey The Bear, Sparky)
Sofia The First (Wormwood, Rex, Professor Popov, Various)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Chief, Minotaur)
Kingdom Hearts III (Pete)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers The Movie (Monterey Jack, Fat Cat)
The 7D (Roar)
Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Pooh, Tigger)
Gravity Falls (Pirate Lilliputtian)
Phineas & Ferb (Additional Voices)
Disney Magic Kingdom (Additional Voices)
Goldie & Bear (Big Bad Wolf)
Pickle & Peanut (Additional Voices)
Doc McStuffins (Winnie The Pooh, Tigger)
Mickey & The Roadster Racers (Pete, Piston Pietro)

Non-Disney Productions:
Savage Dragon (Savage Dragon)
Anastasia (Rasputin [Singing Voice])
Sonic The Hedgehog (Dr. Ivo Robotnik)
World Of Warcraft: Legion (Runas The Shamed, Havi)
The PageMaster (Long John Sliver)

Debut: Dumbo's Circus (1985) - Lionel The Lion.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bear (1986) - Chummi Gummi.
Most Recent Credits: Charming (2017) - King Charming, Goat Maitre D'/Clone Wars Conversations - Guest, Himself/OK KO! Let's Be Heroes: Boxmore Infomercial - Lorde Boxmore/Mighty Magiswords - Face of Barren-Faceland, Buford/ Voltron (2017) - Baujal.
Total Resume Credits: 499 Acting Credits, 34 Soundtrack Credits, 16 Self Credits, 14 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born and raised on November 3rd, 1952 in Youngstown, Ohio under the name James Jonah Cummings. He eventually moved to New Orleans where he designed and painted Mardi Gras floats, worked as a river boat deck hand and sang and played drums in the regionally successful rock band, "FUSION". At Disney, Cummings not only replaced Hal Smith as the voice of Winnie-the-Pooh in 1988 (Smith had taken over the role from longtime actor Sterling Holloway in 1981), but also began voicing Tigger in 1990, taking over for Paul Winchell (though Winchell voiced Tigger four more times, the last time being in February 1999) after Winchell died in 2005. When actor Jeremy Irons, the voice of Scar in The Lion King, developed vocal problems during recording of the song "Be Prepared", Cummings was chosen to replace him for the rest of the song. Cummings was the only original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles voice actor to return for the 2007 film. His first three TMNT appearances were Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time. His first five computer-animated movie appearances included Antz, The Nuttiest Nutcracker, Shrek, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, and Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas. At Walt Disney Studios, he voiced several lead characters including Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, (taking over the character of Zummi Gummi after Paul Winchell's departure from the role), DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop, Bonkers, Aladdin, Gargoyles, Timon & Pumbaa, The Legend of Tarzan and House of Mouse, and animated films such as Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Pocahontas. Cummings also voiced the characters "Bering and Chilkoot" in the 2006 film Brother Bear 2 and "Razoul" in the 1994 Aladdin sequel The Return of Jafar. Cummings voiced Leatherhead the mutant alligator and some additional characters from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He did the voices of Don Karnage and Louie in Disney's TaleSpin. Cummings has provided voices for video games, television commercials, and movie trailers, and was one of the official announcers for Kids' WB!, promo announcer for Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, as well as the official spokesperson for the current Cheez-It commercials and some current Weather Channel commercials (most notably the Wake Up With Al ones). He returned to his role as Taz on Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas. Jim Cummings has done the voice of Minsc of Baldur's Gate/Baldur's Gate 2: Shadows of Amn and Drizzt Do'Urden in the first Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance game. He is prominently displayed in the credits of Kingdom Hearts as Pooh, Tigger, and Pete. Cummings provided the voices for "Bad Mr. Frosty", "Hougan", and "Sumo Santa" in Clay Fighter 63⅓. He also did the voice-over of the narrator in the Charmin Ultra toilet paper commercial who sounds like Winnie-the-Pooh where Goldilocks finds something in the Three Bears' house. Cummings has made some vocal performances using his voice at normal pitch for some younger looking characters like Witterquick from Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light and Glatorian Ackar in Bionicle: The Legend Reborn.

"What a Lousy Place for a Wall"- Don Karnage, TaleSpin 1990.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Twitter Account
Unofficial Website
Wikipedia Article


Pat Fraley

TaleSpin Voices:
Charles WildCat (Select Episodes)
Hyena Guard (The Bigger They Are; The Louder They Oink)
Announcer (Stormy Weather)
Auto Aviator (From Here to Machinary)
Dr. Ohlmeyer (Bearly Alive)
Seymore Henchman #1 (All's Whale That Ends Whale)
Inspector (For A Fuel Dollars More)
Rabbit Pilot (For A Fuel Dollars More)
Shipping Reporter (A Bad Reflection On You)
Elephant Cameraman (A Star is Torn)
Air Pirate (Captains Outrageous)
Rabbit Scientist (Stuck On You)
Panther Pilot (The Sound and the Furry)

Disney Productions:
DuckTales (Young Scrooge, Sir Guy Standforth)
Darkwing Duck (Dinosaurs, Gorilla, Ant)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Villian #2)
Raw Toonage (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Wally, Mr. Huge)
Bonkers (WildCat Wyatt, Woodpecker, Bucky Buzzsaw, Toon Microphone Boom, Ma's Henchman, Knuckles, Chops)
Gargoyles (Brendan, Jogger)
Aladdin (Additional Voices)
Toy Story Treats (Buzz Lightyear)
Quack Pack (Gwumpki, Tollkeeper, Pilot Bosko)
Toy Story The Video Game (Buzz Lightyear)
Timon & Pumbaa (Jumbo Jumbo, Wolverine)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voices)
102 Dalmations: Puppies to The Rescue Video Game (Additional Voice)
Toy Story Racer Video Game (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voices)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire-Search for the Journal (Additional Voices)
Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure Video Game (Additional Voices)
Chicken Little (Additional Voice)
The Wild (Additional Voice)
WITCH (Marco, Additional Voices)
Tangled (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Glofriends (Gloworm)
BraveStarr (Marshall BraveStarr)
The Fisher King (Radio Show Call In)
Rainbow Bite (Buddy, Evil Force, Lurky)
WWE Slam (The Finisher)

Debut: Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo (1979) - Tiger Morris, Policeman; Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood - Brother, Guard, Announcer's Voice; The World's Greatest Super Friends - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Young Scrooge, Sir Guy Standforth.
Most Recent Credits: Hanazuki: Full Of Treasures (2017) - Doughy Bunington.
Total Resume Credits: 201 Acting Credits, 1 Misc, Credit, 5 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Patrick was born on February 18th, 1949 up near Seattle, Washington State. He attended Cornell University in New York and after college he traveled to Austalia and started his voice acting career; which spans over 25 years. His first role was in 1979, in Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood where he supplied additional voices. In 1985, he voiced Ace on G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and Hillbilly Jim on Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling. He played Slick the Turtle on ABC's The Littles. He later did the voices of Coach Frogface and Sludge on Galaxy High. In 1987, Fraley played 50 characters on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Al, Army Colonel, Antrax, Bully, Clown, Electrozapper, Erik/Erk Krang, Casey Jones, Cheese Shop Owner, Dippy, Baxter Stockman, Barney Stockman, Gas Station Worker, The Great Boldini, Jewelry Store Salesman, Joey, Hans, Zak the Nutrino, Granitor, Burne Thompson, Kazuo Saki, Library Security Guard, Maitre'd, Man with Cotton Candy, Mr. Reilly, Napoleon Bonafrog, Nasty Krangazoid, Obento, Police Chief, Policeman, Professor Mindbender, Raptor, Ray,Rodney's butler, Sailor, Scaredy Krangazoid, Scumbug, Seymour/Security Guard, Short Criminal, Sergeant O'Flaherty, Shogun, Slash, Smarty Krangazoid, Titanus, Turtle Cab Driver, and Vernon Fenwick. In the 1980s and 1990s he appeared in guest roles on animated series such as Denver, the Last Dinosaur, Garfield and Friends, The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat, Little Clowns of Happytown, The New Yogi Bear Show, Filmation's Ghostbusters, Goof Troop, Bonkers, Gargoyles, Yo Yogi!, Batman: The Animated Series, Bobby's World, The Tick, James Bond Jr., The Mask: The Animated Series, The Little Mermaid, and The Angry Beavers. Pat voiced the title character in BraveStarr, Fireball in Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs, Cousin It in The Addams Family, Max Ray in Ruby Spears' The Centurions, Lurky, Buddy Blue, On-X and Evil Force in Rainbow Brite, young Scrooge McDuck and Sir Guy Standforth in DuckTales, Gwumpki in Quack Pack, Sniff in Space Cats and as Wildcat in TaleSpin. He also voiced Kyle the Cat on The Tom and Jerry Kids Show and lead character, Marshal Moo Montana in Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa. In 2004, Fraley appeared on Nickelodeon's My Life as a Teenage Robot and ChalkZone. The following year, he had a minor role in Disney's animated film The Wild and also voiced Fred's uncle Karl on an episode of What's New, Scooby-Doo?. He also had a role on camera as Mr. Harris in 'Til Death and did voices in the two live-action films The High Crusade and The Fisher King. Patrick substituted for Tim Allen in the early years as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in various video and computer games, merchandise, attractions, and the Disney On Ice Disneyland Adventure. He has voiced roles in Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Chicken Little, Tangled, Happy Feet Two and performed ADR work for films such as The Muppets, and Lincoln.

"This is *my* watch; and I am slow" - Charles WildCat; TaleSpin, 1990.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Pat Fraley Website
Wikipedia Entry


Ed Gilbert

TaleSpin Voice:
Baloo (All 65 Episodes)
Pirate Guard (Plunder and Lightning Act III)
Raccoon Crook #1 (Vowel Play)
"3 AM" Guy (A Bad Reflection On You)
"Imported Spices" Reporter (A Bad Reflection On You)
"What A Piano" Furry (The Golden Spocket of Friendship)
Car Driver (The Golden Spocket of Friendship)
FLAP Clerk (On a Wing and a Bear)
Young Baloo (On a Wing and a Bear)
"Make-Up" voice (A Star is Torn)
Accountant for Kitten Kaboodle (A Star is Torn)
Thembria Pilot (A Spy in the Ointment)
Prison Guard (A Spy in the Ointment)
Austin Featheridge (The Balooest of the Bluebloods)
Slush Police Officer #2 (Flight of the Snow Duck)
Street Bum (Save the Tiger)
Goon (Bringing Down Babyface)
Hippo Pilot (The Sound And The Furry)
Pilot Crowd (The Sound and the Furry)
Boat Salesman (Your Baloo's In the Mail)
"Sorry Deadline's Past" Furry (Your Baloo's In the Mail)

Disney Productions:
DuckTales (Glomgold Lawyer, Painter, Warden, Army Officer)
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voices)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Le Grande Fromage)
The Rescuers Down Under (Francois)
Goof Troop (Judge)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Pirate's Captain)
Aladdin The Series (Fasir)
Gargoyles (Bodhe, Captain of the Guard)

Non-Disney Productions:
Transformers (Blitzwing)
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (Fenton Hardy)
Kissyfur (Gus)
Dallas (Paul Winslow)
Mission: Impossible (TV Series) (Armsby, Marceau)

Debut: The Gallant Men (1963) - Private Forgetz/ Combat! - Herman.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Painter, Warden, Army Officer, Glomgold's Lawyer.
Final Credits: Aladdin & The Adventure Of All Time (2000) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 118 Acting Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Ed’s father was a professor of fine art at the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago. He was raised in Europe and in the America, and received a education from the University of Chicago. This is where Ed obtained a background in Entomology (the study of insects), and named over a hundred insects. In his home there is an entire wall of his laboratory is covered with framed originals of some of these creatures. Ed soon left his family home to serve in the Korean war. When his duty was served, he lived in the Florida Keys. He found some work as a diver, fishing guide, and artist. He even began to nurture an interest in acting and performing in the theater. Afterwards he moved to Los Angeles. Ed eventually went on to play roles in more than 150 television episodes and motion pictures, including regular roles as Fenton Hardy in ABC's "The Hardy Boys" and the host of PBS's "The New Literacy". During these years he was very much on-camera as an actor or spokesman. Some of the commercials he did featured American Airlines, Mutual of Omaha, Goodyear, RCA, and Chevrolet. For 11 years, he taught bi-weekly workshops for the Screen Actors Guild Conservatory, working with struggling actors to show them how to approach on-camera work. During the mid 1980's Ed decided to take the leap from on camera actor to voice-over artist at the encouragement of his former agent, Arlene Thornton. Later Gilbert left Thornton's agency and joined International Creative Management. By then, Ed and the animation industry had found each other, and the relationship has been a happy one. His voice characterization of Baloo, the lead character in Disney's "Tale Spin" series, and the voice of Looten Plunder on "Captain Planet and the Planeteers" TV series. He ended up having 15 regular roles on more then a dozen animated series. Ed also did movies, including The Little Mermaid, Tom and Jerry - The Movie, and as “Francois” in The Rescuers Down Under. In 1993, he even ventured out to do video games, he lent his voice as “Art” and “Daryl” in the game Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out! . On May 8th 1999, Ed Gilbert passed away after a long battle with lung cancer.

"Oh baby; this is serious!"- Baloo, TaleSpin, 1990.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Wikipedia Entry


Michael Gough

TaleSpin Voice:
Colonel Spigot (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Gopher)
Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too (Gopher)
Darkwing Duck (Jumbaliya Jake. Cowboy Doug)
The Little Mermaid TV Series (Kid Squid)
Goof Troop (Fester Swollen, Dentist, Voice In The Crowd, Fester Ness)
Bonkers (Additional Voice)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Cowboy Pooh (Gopher)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Gopher)
Aladdin: The Series (Kapok's Guard, Musician)
Winnie The Pooh Un-Valentine's Day (Gopher)
Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh (Gopher)
Quack Pack (Additional Voice)
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (Gopher)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Fun 'N Games (Gopher)
Timon & Pumbaa (Zazu)
Winnie the Pooh, A Valentine for You (Gopher)
Disney's Villains Revenge Video Game (Prince Charming, Playing Cards)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Gopher)
Winnie The Pooh: Franken Pooh (Gopher)
Winnie The Pooh: Spookable Pooh (Gopher)
102 Dalmations: Puppies To The Rescue (Additional Voices)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Joe, Performer: Welcome Home)
House of Mouse (Gopher)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Gopher)
Very Merry Christmas Sing Along Songs (Archive Footage Voice: Gopher)
Treasure Planet: Battle At Procyon Video Game (Canid Crew, Canid Captain, Commander)
Winnie The Pooh 123's (Gopher)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Gopher)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Gopher)
The Emperor's New School (Imatcha)
WITCH (Oracle, R.C., Werewolf, Althor, Bouncer)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix+ (Gopher)
G-Force The Video Game (Speckles)
Disney Infinity 3.0 (Additional Voices)
Doc McStuffins (Officer Pete)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Last Of Us (Additional Voices)
Angry Beavers (Zen Master)
Cowboys of Moo Mesa (Small Change)
The Book of Virtures (Abe Lincoln)
Johnny Bravo (Peter the Horse)

Debut: Shattered Spirits (1986) - Fred.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Gopher.
Most Recent Credits: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Gopher (Archived).
Total Resume Credits: 245 Acting Credits, 7 Soundtrack Credits, 4 Misc Credits, 2 Self Credits, 8 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on December 3rd, 1965 in San Jose, California. He started acting in in 1986 with Shattered Spirits as Fred. In TaleSpin he is best known for voicing a short character who talks with a 'lisp'; so to speak. He voiced Gopher in the more recent OAV's of Winnie the Pooh and Zorro in the animated TV series of the same name. Is the second voice actor to voice Jin Uzuki in the Xenosaga video game series. Crispin Freeman was the first voice actor for Jin Uzuki. Is the voice of Zazu in the new Enchanted Tiki Room at Walt Disney World. Rowan Atkinson ("Mr. Bean") played the original Zazu in "The Lion King".

"I am Colonal Spigot! Prehaps you've heard of me?"- Col. Spigot, TaleSpin 1990.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Michael Gough Webpage
Wikipedia Entry


Tony Jay

TaleSpin Voice:
Shere Khan (Select Episodes)
Zoo Spokeperson (A Bad Reflection On You)
Jock (Scottie) (A Bad Reflection On You)

Disney Productions:
Beauty and the Beast (Monsieur D'Arque)
Darkwing Duck (Death)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Wish Star)
Aladdin The Series (Khartoum)
Gargoyles (Anubis)
Mighty Ducks The Series (Wraith)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Frollo, performer: "Out There", "Heaven's Light/Hellfire")
The Making of Disney's 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' (Himself, Frollo)
Timon & Pumbaa (Jungle Inspector, Empress Assistant)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Ostrich)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Dr. Animus)
Recess: School's Out (Dr. Rosenthal)
Lloyd In Space (Dr. Werner Von Brain)
The Jungle Book: Rhythm & Groove Video Game (Shere Khan)
The Legend Of Tarzan (Poacher)
House of Mouse (Magic Mirror, Shere Khan, Ostrich)
Treasure Planet (Narrator)
The Jungle Book 2 (Shere Khan)
Mickey's Around the World in 80 Days (Ostrich)

Non-Disney Productions:
Twins (Werner)
Mighty Max (Vrigil)
Rugrats (Dr. Lipschitz)
Nicholas Nickleby [Boardway] (Vincent Crummles)
Reboot (Megabyte)

Debut: Tonight Railways (1963) - Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Shere Khan, Jock, Zoo Spokesperson.
Final Credits: Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (2007) - Spiderus, Cloud King/ History Channel Presents: Civil War - Narrator/Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation - Narrator/Xyber 9 New Dawn - Machestro.
Total Resume Credits: 169 Acting Credits, 9 Soundtrack Credits, 4 Writer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 8 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Tony Jay was born on February 2nd, 1933 in London, England. Tony Jay appeared on-screen in several films and on television, including Love and Death, Night Court, The Golden Girls, Twins, and Eerie, Indiana. He also developed a career in the theatre, in plays such as The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Great Expectations, and The Merchant of Venice. Jay's other non-animation roles included Paracelsus on the 1987 CBS TV series Beauty and the Beast; Minister Campio on Star Trek: The Next Generation; and Lex Luthor's villainous aide-de-camp Nigel St. John in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. He was also well known for his role as the voice of the virus Megabyte in the computer animated television show ReBoot (1994-2001), and for his voice-work as Judge Claude Frollo in Disney's 1996 animated film version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame and in the Walt Disney World version of the nighttime light and fireworks show Fantasmic!. He also previously voiced Monsieur D'Arque, the amoral asylum superintendent, in Disney's 1991 hit animated feature Beauty and the Beast. In 1995-96, Jay had another animation voice as he voiced a vile alien warlord named Lord Dregg, the new main villain of the original 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated TV series in the show's last two seasons. He is also well-known among fans of the 1996-2003 video game series Legacy of Kain for his voicing of the original Mortanius and of the Elder God, alongside several other minor characters. He was also the successor of actor George Sanders from Disney's 1967 animated film adaptation of The Jungle Book in the role of Shere Khan. Jay voiced the character in Disney's animated series TaleSpin (1990–91) and reprised his role of the character for fifteen years after it ended until his death. The Jungle Book 2 (2003) was his final reprisal of the role. Jay was a devotee of classic Broadway, and made several recordings and performances of old-time Broadway lyrics, in spoken-word form. A CD of these readings, Speaking of Broadway, was released in 2005; a version recorded years earlier of the same collection was titled Poets on Broadway, as is his website. It features Jay reciting lyrics written by the likes of Noël Coward, Ira Gershwin and Oscar Hammerstein and was composed entirely by him, according to the CD liner notes. In April 2006, he underwent surgery in Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles to remove a non-cancerous tumor from his lungs. He never fully recovered from the operation and was in a critical condition throughout the following months. Jay eventually died on August 13, 2006.

"There are the eaters and then there are the eatens!" - Shere Khan, TaleSpin, 1990.

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Wikipedia Entry


Chuck McCann

TaleSpin Voices:
Dumptruck (Select Episodes)
Gibber (Select Episodes)
Rhino Goon (Select Episodes)
Mayor of Cape Suzette (Select Episodes)
Elephant Thief (Time Waits For No Bear)
Harbor Patrol Walrus Captain (It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck)
Icecream Bear (It Came From Beneath The SeaDuck)
Pilot Ace(Plunder and Lightning)
Khan Pilot (A Bad Reflection On You)
Duyane (A Bad Reflection On You)
Air Show Announcer (A Baloo Switcheroo)
Sadie (Captains Outrageous)

Disney Productions:
Herbie Rides Again (Lootsgarden)
Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center: A Souvenir Program (Archive Footage Voice: Dreamfinder)
DuckTales (Duckworth, Burger Beagle, Bouncer Beagle, Jesse Jones, Tex Dalton, Lord Battmountain, Percival, Bernardo, Various)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Tadpole, Sir Gaya, Knight)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Hef The Heffalump, Tigger Lookalike)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Sugar Ray Lizard)
DuckTales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Duckworth)
Darkwing Duck (Additional Voice)
Bonkers (Additional Voice)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Santa Claus)
Ducktales Remastered (Duckworth, Bouncer Beagle, Burger Beagle)

Non-Disney Productions:
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (Innkeeper)
The C.B. Bears (Boogie)
The Fantastic Four (The Thing)
PacMan (Blinky, Pinky)
G.I. Joe (Leatherneck)

Debut: The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (1959) - Himself, Laurel & Hardy, Comedian Jackie Gleason/ The Charlie Weaver Show - Wallis Swine.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Duckworth, Burger Beagle, Bouncer Beagle, Jesse Jones, Tex Dalton, Lord Battmountain, Percival, Bernardo/ Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Tadpole, Knight, Chef.
Most Recent Credits: Friend Or Foe (2017) - Mike Pence, Peter Lorre.
Total Resume Credits: 163 Acting Credits, 4 Writer Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Director Credit, 3 Producer Credits, 2 Thanks Credit, 37 Self Credits, 2 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Sometimes credited as Charles McCann; he was born on September 2nd, 1934 in Brooklyn, New York. The son of a singing bandleader, McCann began his career as a child actor on radio. He performed on several NYC based radio programs. Before he went onto create his own stand up act performed at many NYC/NJ/LI nightclubs and on many popular TV variety shows. For a time he took a hiatus from nightclub and TV performing to study with The Pasadena Playhouse, where he gave a memorable performance in their production of '12th Night' as Sir Toby Belch. McCann would return to NYC to continue to perform in nightclubs and on TV variety shows. Until he was introduced to puppetry, first by Skip Boyland and then by 'Paul Ashley (I)' on NBC TV's: _ "Rootie Kazootie" (1950)_. For the next 17 years, Ashley and McCann appeared on numerous TV shows: "Rootie Kazootie", "Uncle Paul's Lunchtime", "The Gumby Show!" with Pinkie Lee, "The Puppet Hotel!", "Laurel & Hardy & Chuck!", "Let's Have Fun!", "The Chuck McCann Shows", "The Great Bombo's Magic Cartoon Circus Lunchtime Show" and "Chuck McCann's Laurel & Hardy Show!". After the cancellation of the latter on Friday June 9, 1967, Ashley and McCann went their separate ways. McCann went onto become a successful comic/character actor and mimic, doing voice over for many TV cartoon shows and playing character parts on numerous dramatic and comedic TV series and movies. Paul Ashley used his puppets in industrial films and industrial stage shows. McCann also starred on other TV series: _ "Turn-On" (1969)_"Happy Days" (1970), "Far Out Space Nuts" (1975), "All That Glitters" (1977), _"New Kind Of Family, A" (1979)_ and "Chuck McCann's Fun Stuff!". Ashley was slated to reunite with McCann for "LBS Children's Theater" and another TV puppet show "Tiny TV". But Ashley was forced to drop out both projects, when it was discovered that he was suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and McCann took over as the show's host & Performer. "LBS Children's Theater" made its debut in September of 1983 and was on the air for one season. He is best remembered as the voice of Duckworth (Scrooge's butler) in both the TV series Ducktales and the movie/OAV Ducktales. (Written by TaleSpin writer Alan Burnett) Funny enough; Chuck McCann even had his own show in the 1960's which featured comedy that would zoom over the young kids heads. In the 2000s, McCann appeared in They Call Him Sasquatch (2003) and Dorf da Bingo King (with his old pal, Tim Conway). He has supplied voices for The Powerpuff Girls and Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas. And he also moved into the field of video games, providing voices for True Crime: New York City. McCann made an appearance in The Aristocrats (2005), with an animated rendition of a "clean" version of the "dirty" joke that serves as the movie's subject. In 2006-07 he made appearances on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd as Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Floyd's father. He has also made multiple appearances as a judge on Boston Legal, including the two-hour series finale in December 2008. In 2007, McCann played the villain Dalton Kern on the radio drama Adventures in Odyssey and also Navarro and Buck in Random! Cartoons. In 2013, McCann voiced Moseph "Moe" Mastro Giovanni on an episode of Adventure Time, Mayor Grafton on The Garfield Show, and also reprised Duckworth in the DuckTales Remastered video game.

"I love worms; especially on French Fries." - Dumptruck, TaleSpin, 1990.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Chuck McCann Webpage
Wikipedia Entry


Ginny McSwain

TaleSpin Role:
Voice Dialogue Director (All Episodes except: I Only Have Ice For You & A Bad Reflection On You)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Voice Director)
Raw Toonage (Dialogue Director)
Marsupilami (Voice Director)
Goof Troop (Dialogue Director)
Bonkers (Voice Director, Additional Voice)
The Return of Jafar (Voice Director)
Aladdin The Series (Voice Director)
Quack Pack (Voice Director)
The Emperor's New School (Voice Director, Casting Director)
The Book of Pooh (Casting Director)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Dialogue Director)
Pooh Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (Dialogue Director)
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too (Dialogue Director)
Gravity Falls (Voice Director)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (Voice Director)
Tinker Bell: Quest Of The Queen (Voice Director)
Tinker Bell & The Legend Of The Neverbeast (Additional Voice Director)
101 Dalimatian Street (Voice Director)

Non-Disney Productions:
Superman (Lois Lane)
My Little Pony (Megan)
Earthworm Jim (Voice Director)
Bump In The Night (Voice Director)
Dink; The Little Dinosaur (Voice Director)

Debut: CB Bears (1977) - Sheena.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Voice Dialogue Director.
Most Recent Credits: 101 Dalimatian Street (2017) - Voice Director.
Total Resume Credits: 111 Misc Credits, 64 Casting Director Credits, 10 Sound Department Credits, 8 Acting Credits, 4 Casting Department Credits, 2 Thanks Credits, 4 Self Credits.

Comments: Sometimes credited as Virginia McSwain; Ginny McSwain was mainly a voice dialogue director; considered one of the most underapprecited role in animated series. Ginny has been involved in many animated series as the voice director since 1978. McSwain graduated from Stephens College in 1974, before moving to Los Angeles. She has worked as casting director on numerous projects for Hanna-Barbera, including The All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, The Kwicky Koala Show and The Smurfs. Ginny McSwain's first job as voice director was for the English-language version of Lucky Luke. She won a 2006 Daytime Emmy for The Batman and subsequently, a 2010 and 2011 Emmy for Fanboy and Chum Chum. Among her most well-known animation productions are Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, My Little Pony, Bump in the Night, and Goof Troop. As of 2013, Ginny McSwain is currently voice directing Transformers: Rescue Bots, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja , 101 Dalimatian Street and Gravity Falls.

"May the best voice actor win."- Ginny McSwain

Additional Credits From IMDB
Official Website
Wikipedia Entry


Janna Michaels

TaleSpin Voice:
Molly Cunningham (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
Little Gaints (Young Patty)

Non-Disney Productions:
Bushwacked (Kelsey Jordan)
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (Sara Sheehan)
Hart to Hart: Home is Where the Heart Is (Unknown)
What a Dummy (Maggie Brannigan at Age 6)
P.J. Sparkles (Glimmer)

Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Molly Cunningham/What A Dummy - Maggie Brannigan.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Molly Cunningham.
Most Recent Credits: Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman (1997) - Sara Sheehan/ Star Trek: Voyager - Young Kes.
Total Resume Credits: 16 Acting Credits.

Comments: Janna Michaels is an American former child actress. She is perhaps best known for voicing Molly Cunningham on Disney's TaleSpin. Michaels was a regular on the short-lived television series What a Dummy. She later had a recurring role on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and played a young Kes in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Before and After". She also had roles in the family comedy films Little Giants (playing the child version of Susanna Thompson's character) and Bushwhacked. She then appeared as Sally Burrows in the 1996 TV movie If These Walls Could Talk. Michaels was nominated for two Young Artist Awards, one for What a Dummy and another for TaleSpin. Michaels left acting behind following her fourth and final appearance on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Women in 1997.

"I'm thankful that it's Kit's turn to do the dishes." - Molly; TaleSpin Thanksgiving TV ad, 1990 (Rerun in 1998).

Additional Credits From IMDB
My Janna Michael's Profile Page


Lorenzo Music

TaleSpin Voice:
Sgt. Dunder (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Tummi Gummi, Bubble Dragon, Knight, Man, Coach Driver)
Fluppy Dogs (Ozzie)
Darkwing Duck (Spider, Mole)

Non-Disney Productions:
Taxi (Writer)
Garfield and Friends [TV series] (Garfield)
The American Rabbit (Ping)
Rhoda (Carlton)
Mary Tylers Moore Show (Writer)

Debut: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967) - Writer, Jerry Music.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Tummi Gummi, Bubble Dragon, Knight, Man, Coach Driver.
Final Credits: Biography: Bob Newhart - The Last Sane Man (2001) – Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 35 Acting Credits, 11 Writer Credits, 5 Producer Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 3 Misc Credits, 6 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 5 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Lorenzo (birthname: Gerald David Music) was born in Brooklyn on May 2nd, 1937 though he grew up in Duluth, Minnesota. Much later, he attended the University of Minnesota there and became enormously active in the school's Theatre Arts classes and community. In 1967, he switched from performing to writing when he joined the staff of the legendary Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour on CBS — although he managed to occasionally sneak onto camera, often with his banjo or ukulele. The show's writers won Emmys in 1969 but Lorenzo decided that variety shows were dying out and that he'd better drum up some credits in situation comedy and became as a screenwriter for "Rhoda" and the "Mary Tyler Moore Show". He was suggested that he should get into voice acting after his voice was heard as Charlton the doorman. His most infamous voice acting jobs included being Garfield the Cat in the TV series and TV movies bearing Jim Davis' creation. Lorenzo is one of those voice talents that has a voice that simply cannot be redone by another voice actor. He has also done PSA's for seatbelts; voicing one of the "Crash Test Dummies". He also appeared on A&E's Biography in an interview about Paul Newman. Lorenzo Music passed away from the effects of lung and bone cancer on August 4th, 2001. Lorenzo also did the dub voice of Toby in Unico In The Island Of Magic.

"If there's something else good on TV; watch it!" -Garfield, Garfield & Friends, 1988/1989.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Wikipedia Entry


Alan Roberts

Tale Spin Voice:

Kit Cloudkicker
A Bad Reflection On You [Parts I/II- Segments]
I Only Have Ice For You
Time Waits For No Bear
It Came From Beneath the SeaDuck
The Bigger they Are; The Louder They Oink
Idol Rich
Stormy Weather
Mommy for a Day
For a Fuel Dollars More

Disney Productions:
Tale Spin was his only appearnace.

Non-Disney Productions:
Batman: The Animated Series (Young Arnold Stromwell)
Webster (Noah)
All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (Additional Voices)

Debut: Webster (1987) - Noah.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Kit Cloudkicker (10 Episodes).
Most Recent Credits: All Dogs Go To Heaven: The Series (1998) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 4 Acting Credits.

Comments: Alan Roberts was originally hired by Jymn Magon when he was the voice director for Tale Spin for the Disney Channel preview episodes of TaleSpin. Alan represented a unique side to Kit's personality; which was the kind, gentle side. Alan has only voiced one other character before and after Tale Spin was aired at this point. Apparently; Ginny MacSwain had Alan replaced with R.J. Williams due to problems according to an interview with Jymn Magon.

"No! You can't tell me what to do; You're *not* my dad!"- Kit; TaleSpin, 1990.

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Sally Struthers

Tale Spin Voice:
Rebecca Cunningham (Select Episodes)
Policewomen (On a Wing and a Bear)

Disney Productions:
Dinosaurs (Charlene Sinclair)

Non-Disney Productions:
Betsy's Kindergarden Adventures (Mrs. O'Connor)
American Dad (Clara)
All in the Family (Gloria Bunker Stivic)
Out of the Black (Betty)
Baadasssss! (Roz)

Debut: The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1970) - Regular Performer; The Tim Conway Comedy Hour - Unknown; Five Easy Pieces - Betty; The Phynx - World's Number One Fan; The Smothers Brothers Summer Show - Herself.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Rebecca Cunningham.
Most Recent Credits: Still Waiting In The Wings (2017) - Lucy/You & Me - Tilly/In-Security - Leona Weingarden/The Relationship - Liam's Mom.
Total Resume Credits: 63 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 57 Self Credits, 6 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Cute as a button and with a petite, porcelain prettiness and vulnerability that endeared her to the American public, Sally Struthers nabbed a series role in the early 1970s and became a solid part of TV history as a member of a dysfunctional family quartet in the milestone sitcom "All in the Family" (1971). She was born Sally Ann Struthers on July 28, 1948, in Portland, Oregon and raised there, pursuing an acting career following high school. Relocating to Los Angeles, she trained at the Pasadena Playhouse College of Theatre Arts and earned a scholarship as its "most promising student". She performed briefly in regional stock plays until finding her break as both a commercial actress and dancer on TV. She appeared as a regular on such variety shows as "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" (1967) and "The Tim Conway Comedy Hour" (1970) and showed starlet promise in films as well offering ditsy support in the Jack Nicholson starrer Five Easy Pieces (1970) and the chase film The Getaway (1972) top-lining Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw. And then came "All in the Family" (1971). Also starring 'Carroll O'Connor (I)', Jean Stapleton and Rob Reiner, Struthers went on to win two supporting Emmy Awards as Kewpie-doll "Gloria Bunker Stivic". She and Rob Reiner left the show after seven seasons, both eager to grow. While Rob Reiner became a noted director, Sally made her Broadway debut in "Wally's Cafe" in 1981, and returned four years later with a gender-bending version of "The Odd Couple" as neat-freak "Florence" opposite Rita Moreno's slovenly "Olive". In addition she found work in topical mini-series drama with Aloha Means Goodbye (1974) (TV), Hey, I'm Alive! (1975) (TV), My Husband Is Missing (1978) (TV), ...And Your Name Is Jonah (1979) (TV), A Gun in the House (1981) (TV), to name a few. But without a hit show as collateral, offers started drying up. Sally returned to the TV series fold in the early 1980s spinning off her "Gloria" character with the self-titled sitcom "Gloria" (1982), but the ensemble formula that worked so well for her before was missing here and the show died in its freshman year. To compensate, however, Sally's baby-doll voice worked extremely well for her in cartoons. She remained active off-camera providing little girl voices for Saturday morning entertainment, notably her teenage "Pebbles Flintstone" character. Other voice-over work included puppeteer Jim Henson's creative prehistoric sitcom "Dinosaurs" (1991) playing dino-daughter "Charlene Sinclair". Struthers' significant weight gain in later years moved her quickly into broad character shtick. She showed that she had lost none of the fun for which she was known by providing broad and hearty comedy relief on both daytime soaps and prime-time episodics including "General Hospital" (1963) and "Gilmore Girls" (2000). She also filled her time with frequent roles on the musical stage. Over the years she has practically put a patent on the by-the-book principal "Miss Lynch" with her many "Grease" tours, and as the hissable orphanage operator Miss Hannigan in a number of road productions of "Annie". Most recently she copped a 2002 Los Angeles "Ovation" award for her delightfully over-the-top "Agnes Gooch" in "Mame" starring Carol Lawrence. Divorced, Sally is the mother of one daughter who has made a career for herself as a clinical psychologist. For years Sally was a prime spokesperson for the Christian Children's Fund on TV, fervently (and often tearfully) appealing for viewer's monetary assistance in finding an end to starvation in under-developed countries.

"If a man is pictured chopping off a woman's breast, it only gets a R rating, but if, God forbid, a man is pictured kissing a woman's breast, it gets an X rating. Why is violence more acceptable than tenderness?" - Sally Struthers.

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R.J. Williams

Tale Spin Voice:
Kit Cloudkicker (All other episodes with Kit Cloudkicker as a character.)

Disney Productions:
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Cavin (1990-1991))
Darkwing Duck (Kid)

Non-Disney Productions:
Lazer Tag Academy (Nicky Jaren)
Windmill Of The Gods (Chris Ashley)
General Hosptial (Rowdy)
Saved by the Bell (Eric)
The Hookup (Host, Director, Producer)

Debut: The Young & The Restless (1981) - Brooks Prentiss #2/A Chipmunk Christmas - Tommy Waterford.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Kit Cloudkicker; Adventures Of The Gummi Bears - Cavin (1990-1991)
Most Recent Credits: Brad & Spencer (2017) - Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 50 Acting Credits, 27 Producer Credits, 8 Writer Credits, 8 Director Credits, 13 Self Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 2 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: R.J. Williams came about when Jymn Magon hired Ginny McSwain to voice direct. She wanted someone a bit older and more "broken in"; representing Kit's dark and cocky side. (I think Ginny saw Kissyfur which stared Ed Gilbert (Gus) and R.J. Williams (Kissyfur).). Born as Robert Jackson Williams from a son of a director (and was the nephew of Sam & Judy Strangis); on July 19th, 1978 in Los Angeles, California; He is best known for his chilling high-pitched laugh which was never really taken advantage of until he voiced Kit. R.J. Williams also was a Junior Editor for the magazine Disney Adventures between November 1991- January 1992. He covered the Seattle/Tacoma Play Tour to crown a new Nintendo champion. It was part of the Disney Afternoon Video Game Play Tour. R.J. Williams was working on another film known as "Looking for Love" (as a screenwriter/director/ producer) after his critical acclaim film from USC school known as "Shattered Image" released in 1996. R.J. Williams is making a huge comeback in 2001 with his latest creation: "The Hookup". RJ formed his own production company: Arjay Entertainment. His new company has become the market leader in Young Hollywood related content.

"Stuff it in ya windsock!"- Kit, TaleSpin, 1990.

Official Young Hollywood Worldwide Website
R.J. Williams Twitter Account
The Voice Behind Kit Cloudkicker
Wikipedia Entry


Guest Voices (73)


Michael Bell

TaleSpin Voices:
Colonel Grogg (War of the Weirds)
Owl Capone Shooter #1 (My Fair Baloo)
Lefty (My Fair Baloo)
Herman Grapple (My Fair Baloo)
Perry (Baloo Thunder)
Pazuza Post Office Clerk (Your Baloo's In the Mail)
Rightstuff Ralph (Your Baloo's In the Mail)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Talking Onion)
Darkwing Duck (Quackerjack, Mr. Banana Brain)
Goof Troop (Dutch Spackle)
Bonkers (The Collector, Julio Calamari)
Aladdin The Series (Aziz, Al Muddi Sultan)
Homeward Bound 2: Lost In San Francisco (Stokey)
Gargoyles (Pal Joey, Martin Hacker)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Old Man, Trooper 1)
Quack Pack (Poacher, Dr. Earnest Noble, Shorty Hollow)
Lloyd In Space (Douglas' Father)
House of Mouse (Pongo)
Handy Manny (Willy Wachowski)
Cars (Additional Voice)
WITCH (Crimson, Drake, Mama, Tracke, Althor, Tynar)
Phineas & Ferb (Song Writer - OWCA's Goin' Down)
Tangled (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Ys Book 1 & 2 (Dark Fact)
Gobots: Battle of the Rock Lords (Slimestone,Granite)
Mina and the Count (Mina's Father)
Rubik, The Amazing Cube (Reynaldo Rodriguez)
Rugrats (Drew Pickles, Chas Finster, Boris Kropotkin)

Debut: For The Defence (1956) - Guard.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Talking Onion.
Most Recent Credits: Reel Stage (2017) - Jacob/Star Wars: Rebels - General Dodonna.
Total Resume Credits: 350 Acting Credits, 1 Sound Department Credit, 6 Misc Credits, 1 Casting Director Credit, 10 Self Credits, 5 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on July 30th, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York. Micheal Bell's career started in 1956 in the little known film "For The Defence". Bell had an important part in animated entertainment in the 1970s and 1980s. His first voice role was that of Stutz, the leader of The Houndcats. In 1973, he was Mark on the Hanna-Barbera series Speed Buggy. He voiced Redbeard the Pirate's Ghost in The New Scooby-Doo Movies episode "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep" as the second Redbeard themed monster in Scooby-Doo. From 1977 to 1984, Michael Bell played two of his best-known roles, Zan & and Gleek on various Super Friends incarnations. He would also voice The Riddler on Challenge of the Super Friends. He was also Doctor Ben Cooper in Jana of the Jungle and in 1979, he voiced the title character of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show and later made a guest appearance as Doctor Octopus in another super-hero show, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. Outside of animation, Bell performed on records and commercials, including the Young Man in A&M Records' Story of Halloween Horror album in 1977 and Parkay Margarine and Mug Root Beer. Bell provided the overdubbing of Peter Criss’ dialogue in the band KISS's TV movie KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. In 1980, he provided the voice of the title character in The B.B. Beegle Show, an unsold TV show pilot that featured puppets. In the last one, The Hulk was voiced by Bob Holt, while his human side, Bruce Banner was Michael Bell. During this time, the actor also played Lance in the Voltron: Defender of the Universe and Allstar Seaworthy in The Snorks. Bell continues to work in animation in the 1990s and into the 21st century in movies and television, with roles such as Quackerjack from Disney's Darkwing Duck, Aziz in Aladdin, Ixus Naugus on Sonic the Hedgehog and Ezekiel Rage in The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest. He was also featured as Opus in the Bloom County television special A Wish for Wings That Work. From 1991 to 2005, in the Rugrats and All Grown Up!, he voiced three of the main characters' parents; Drew Pickles, Charles Finster Sr., and Boris Kropotkin. Bell did the voices of Drake on W.I.T.C.H., Max Hauser, Duke's Dad on G.I. Joe: Renegades, Willy Wachowski on Handy Manny and additional roles in Tangled. He is also a prolific voice in video games, which include Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, Baldur's Gate, Ratchet and Clank and the character Raziel in three games in the Legacy of Kain series, among many others. Bell appeared in live-action exploitation shorts and PSAs - scare films made in California during the early 1960s, ranging in content from venereal disease (Damaged Goods) to psychedelic drug abuse (Trip To Where). Bell was the voice director for Kidd Video and Peter Pan and the Pirates. In 1991, he and his colleague Melanie Chartoff invented a device to recycle graywater in the home, The Graywater Rotating Drain. The following year, they finished and patented the product with the help of Ronald K. Ford. He married fellow voice actor Victoria Carroll.

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Official Website
Wikipedia Entry


Sheryl Bernstein

TaleSpin Voice:
High Marshall's Wife (Select Episodes)
Boardcast Sally (The Time Bandit)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Isis Vanderchill)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Aquata)
A Goofy Movie (Additional Voices)
Aladdin The Series (Sorceress)
Quack Pack (Additional Voices)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
James Bond Jr. (Princess Yasmine)
The Pink Panther (Eskimo Mayor)
My Little Pony: The Movie (Buttons)
Bobby's World (Neighbor)
The Angry Beavers (Dogget's Mom)

Debut: El Notre (1983) - Karen The Hostess.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - High Marshall's Wife, Broadcast Sally.
Most Recent Credits: Spider-Man 3: The Video Game (2007) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 42 Acting Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Sheryl started her career in 1983 with El Norte and is best known as Marorie Hasting-Hardwickle in the film "Ernest Goes to Splash Mountain" and the voice of Buttons in the movie "My Little Pony". She also played the voice of Aquata in The Little Mermaid Television Series and made guest appearances in Duckman, The Good Life, Another You, and Memories of Me. Computer Fans will also find her as the voices of Dewmi More and Captain Thigh in Leisure Suit Larry computer game.

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Brandon Bluhm

TaleSpin Voice:
Jungle Aces Member (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin was his only appearance.

Non-Disney Productions:
Married with Children (Lenny)
Step by Step (Kid#1)
Dynasty: The Reunion (Little Blake)
Colors (Tommie Hodges)
Burning Bridges (Quentin)

Debut: The Twilight Zone (1986) - Young Will/ The Colbys - Blake 'L.B.' Jeffrey Colby/ The Popples Television Movie – Billy.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Jungle Ace Member.
Most Recent Credits: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman (1994) - Denny.
Total Resume Credits: 23 Acting Credits.

Comments: Brandon Bluhm is a former child actor who appeared in numerous roles. He is an author, often writing under the name The Behrg, a childhood nickname. His first novel, Housebroken, was a 2015 first-round Kindle Scout selection. He is the author of Still Born and In the Beginning. As an actor, he appeared in television series Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Step by Step, Highway to Heaven, and had a recurring role in Dynasty and The Colbys. He did voice work in the animated series TaleSpin and appeared in the films Colors, Popples, and The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story. Bluhm was born on March 10, 1979, in California. He studied at Brigham Young University. He is the brother of actor Brady Bluhm and works full time as a sales agent. He and his wife, Aileen, are the parents of four children and live in California.

Additional Credits From IMDB
Jungle Aces
Official Website
Mormon Wiki Entry


S. Scott Bullock

TaleSpin Voices:
Ignatz (Polly Wants a Teasure)
Oscar Wiggerstomper (Bearly Alive)
Air Scavenger Hunt Official (Feminine Air)
Robert Service (Feminine Air)
Thembrian Pilot (Flight School Confidential)
Jacques Tojoure (Ransom of the Red Chimp)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Tom Lockjaw, Talking Television, Zeke, Jake, Scout, Dr. Gary)
Raw Toonage (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Pharaoh Gang Member)
Bonkers (Milex Muffin, Charles Quibble, Skunky Skunk, Toon Pencil, Mr. Big, Gentle Ben Butterman)
Aladdin The Series (Additional Voice)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Young Grin)
Gargoyles: Goliath Chronicles (Lamont)
Quack Pack (Doug Stackell)
Timon & Pumbaa (Fred, El Toro, Forest Pig, Young Hyena)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Video Game (Warp Darkmatter)
The Buzz On Maggie (Larry)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (Additional Voice)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (Arguing Neighbor #2)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voices)
Cars Race-O-Rama (Additional Voices)
Phineas & Ferb (Additional Voices)
Fish Hooks (Icepick, Trout Oscar)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Pebble and the Penguin (Chubby, Gentoo)
Problem Child [Television Show] (Additional Voices)
Full Throttle [Video Game] (Grand Marnier)
Curse of Monkey Island [Video Game] (Lemonhead)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (FT)

Debut: True Confessions (1985) - Clerk/ Jem! - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Ignatz, Oscar Wigglestomper, Air Scavenger Hunt Official, Robert Service.
Most Recent Credits: The Powerpuff Girls (2017) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 144 Acting Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Stuart Scott Bullock was born on May 7th, 1956 in Santa Monica, California and he is the great nephew of writer, composer and lyricist Walter Bullock. Scott Bullock's first role was in 1985 with True Confessions; and his first major role was in 1989 when he voiced Flapper in Dink: The Little Dinosaur alongside R.J. Williams. He has voiced in several computer games including Full Throttle, Curse of Monkey Island and most recently King's Quest 8: The Mask of Eternity. Scott also voiced Cubby and Gentoo in the animated movie: The Pebble and the Penguin and made an appearance on Murder She Wrote (as a Taxi Driver in 1991). He continues to voice characters in animation like The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Danny Phantom, Afro Samurai (cartoon and video games) & Tak & The Power of Juju among others in recent years and has been in many video games such as Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed, Mass Effect God Hand and most recently as Galenth Dysley & Barthandelus in Final Fantasy XIII! He also supplied the voice of Mr. Elliot in Invader Zim, Dash Baxter in Danny Phantom, and Dr. Damage in Butt-Ugly Martians. Bullock also appeared on camera in films and shows, such as Defending Your Life as Daniel's Father, and Murder, She Wrote as a taxi driver, and Life Stinks as an outraged party guest. Bullock is the great nephew of writer, composer, and lyricist Walter Bullock.

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Rodger Bumpass

TaleSpin Voice:
Dr. Axelottle (Bullethead Baloo)
Alligator Policeman (Bullethead Baloo)

Disney Productions:
Petal To The Metal (Grumbles)
Raw Toonage (Grumbles Grizzly)
Bonkers (Grumbles Grizzly, Agent Tolson, Mean Ol'Wolf)
Timon & Pumbaa (Savage Lion)
Quack Pack (Cuden)
101 Dalmations The Live Action Movie (ADR Loop Group)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voices)
Hercules (Additional Voice)
101 Dalmations: The Series (Additional Voices)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Additional Voice)
Doug's First Movie (Additional Voice)
A Bug's Life (Mosquito)
Tarzan (Additional Voice)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voice)
The Emperor's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voice)
Treasure Planet (Additional Voice)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voice)
Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon (Zirrelian Crew/Zirrelian Mayor/Arcturian Commander)
Brother Bear (Additional Voice)
Cars (Wide Chick Pitty)
Monsters University (Additional Voices)
Doc McStuffins (Army Al)

Non-Disney Productions:
Spongebob Squarepants (Squidward Tentacles)
Bio-Dome (Narrator)
Ring Raiders (Scorch)
Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? (Chief)
Tiny Toon Adventures (Ronald Grump)

Debut: Disco Beaver From Outer Space (1978) - Unknown.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Doctor Axolotte.
Most Recent Credits: The Spongebob Squarepants Movie 3 (2019) - Squidward Tentacles.
Total Resume Credits: 125 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 5 Self Credits.

Comments: Rodger Albert Bumpass was born on November 20th, 1951 in Jonesboro, Arkansas; he will be best remembered for voicing the Chief in the popular game-to-animated TV series "Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?" and Squidward Tentacles in Spongebob Squarepants. Rodger (sometimes credited as Roger Bumpass) also played the role of Higgins in Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart and as Phil Hilton in The Running Man. He also appeared in 2 National Lampoon movies: Class of 86 and Disco Beaver from Outer Space and narrated the movie Bio-Dome. He also worked with the Firesign Threatre at one time. He has done some ADR for the Trigger Effect and Shrek 2. He also was an additional voice for the video game Infamous, Saint's Row and is General Smith in Kung Fu Magoo. He worked at the campus radio station and also at Jonesboro's Raycom Media owned ABC-affiliated television station, KAIT-TV, where he had multiple duties as announcer, film processor, cameraman, audio technician, and technical director. While at KAIT, he also wrote, produced, and performed in a late-night comedy program called Mid-Century Nonsense Festival Featuring Kumquat Theater. He graduated from ASU in 1976, and when encouraged by an ASU professor to consider professional theater, he went to New York in June 1977.

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Corey Burton

TaleSpin Voices:
Husband Tourist (Time Waits For No Bear)
Policeman (Time Waits For No Bear)
Paperboy (Time Waits For No Bear)
President, Miniversal Corporation (Baloo Thunder)

Disney Productions:
Fantasia (Narrator: Deems Taylor overdubs (2000 restoration))
Water Engine (Farmer, Mag-Lev Man)
DTV Valentine (Gruffi Gummi)
Disney Song-Along Songs: Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Professor Owl)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: The Bare Necessities (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Heigh-Ho (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly (Professor Owl, Ludwig Von Drake, Bertie Birdbrain)
Ducktales (Professor Ludwig Von Drake, Phil Barker)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Fun With Music (Professor Owl, Director)
Cranium Command (General Knowledge, Chicken)
Goofy About Health (Narrator)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Under the Sea (Professor Owl, Ludwig Von Drake, Bertie Birdbrain)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Disneyland Fun (White Rabbit, Dale, Professor Owl)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Dale, Zipper, Mole, Snout)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Professor Owl, Ludwig Von Drake)
Adventures Of Gummi Bears (Gruffi Gummi, Toadie, Clutch)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Be Our Guest (Professor Owl)
Raw Toonage (Captain Hook, Ludwig Von Drake)
Aladdin (Prince Achmed)
Darkwing Duck (Rubber Chicken)
Goof Troop ('How-To' Narrator, Circus Master)
A Day At Disneyland (Narrator)
Disney Song-Along Songs: Friend Like Me (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
Bonkers (Professor Ludwig Von Drake, Mad Hatter, Seymour S., Toon Gas Truck)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Campout At Walt Disney World (Dale)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Circle of Life (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
Schnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Ian, Rusty Crustknuckle)
A Goofy Movie (Wendell)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party At Walt Disney World (Dale)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Colors of the Wind (Professor Owl, Ludwig Von Drake, Bertie Birdbrain)
Mickey's Big Adventure (Guy Sharpe, Harry Wolf)
Aladdin The Series (Prince Achmed)
The Making of Bambi (Narrator)
The Making of Three Caballeros (Narrator)
Aladdin & The King Of Thieves (Additional Voices)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Brutish Guard, The Miller)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Sark)
The Making of Sleeping Beauty (Narrator)
Quack Pack (Professor Ludwig Von Drake, EZ Smith)
The Story Behind Walt Disney's Fun & Fancy Free (Narrator)
Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book': The Making of a Musical Masterpiece (Narrator)
You Can Fly!: The Making of Walt Disney's Masterpiece 'Peter Pan' (Narrator)
Snow White: The Making of a Masterpiece (Grumpy, Narrator)
The Making of Cinderella (Narrator)
Walt Disney World Explorer (Narrator #1)
Toy Story The Video Game (Additional Voices)
Disney's Greatest Video Volume 1 (Dale, Ludwig Von Drake)
Aladdin: Fate of Agrabah (Gazeem The Peddler)
One Saturday Morning (Mr. Wreks)
Hercules (Titans, Burnt Man, End Of World Man)
Disney Sing Along: Zero To Hero (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
Ready For Math With Pooh (Narrator)
Mulan (Additional Voice)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Honor To Us All (Professor Owl, Bertie Birdbrain)
It's Tough To Be A Bug (Announcer, Bit Bug Parts)
The Spirit of Mickey (Ludwig Von Drake)
Skating The Half Pipe (Narrator)
Hercules Hero Quest (Burnt Man, Titans, Ares, Additional Voices)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Video Game (Additional Voice)
Disney's Math Quest With Aladdin (Very Ankh-Amman)
Timon & Pumbaa (Kusko Quintius, Speedy the Singn' Snail, Chromosone Quint, Various )
Hercules: The TV Series (Zeus, Amphitryon)
Disney Cruise Line (Dale, Captain Hook)
The Making of 'Winnie the Pooh' (Himself)
Disney Magic Artist Studio (Narrator)
Sing Me A Story With Belle (Additional Voice)
Fantasia/2000 (Additional Voices)
The Story Behind Toy Story (Narrator)
Toy Story 2 (Woody's Roundup Announcer)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Dale)
Villain's Revenge (Captain Hook, Smee, White Rabbit, Ringmaster)
Tarzan The Video Game (Thugs)
101 Dalmations: Escape From DeVil Manor (Storyteller)
Donald Duck's Going Quackers (Merlock, Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose)
Mickey's Speedway USA (Ludwig Von Drake)
102 Dalmations: Puppies To The Rescue (Storyteller)
Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour (Dale, Moe Whiplash, Bruno Biggs)
Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command Video Game (Additional Voices)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Brent Starkisser, General, Floyd, Hammerhold)
Mickey Mouseworks (Ludwig Von Drake, Chief O'Hara, Narrator, Ranger Audobon J. Woodlore)
Jungle Book: Rhythm and Groove Video Game (Additional Voice)
Disney California Adventure Television Special (Narrator)
Atlantis (Gaetan "The Mole" Moliere)
Atlantis The Lost Empire Video Game (Moliere)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire Serach for the Journal (Additional Voice)
Mickey's House of Villains (Captain Hook, Cherrabog, How To Narrator, Chief O'Hara)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Ludwig Von Drake, Mad Hatter, Grumpy, Gus, Captain Hook)
Emperor's New Groove Video Game (Additional Voice)
Return to Neverland (Captain Hook)
Disney's 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs': Still the Fairest of Them All (Himself)
The Making of 'Atlantis: The Lost Empire' (Himself)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Gus)
Treasure Planet (Onus)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Story Behind the Masterpiece (Narrator)
Disney Golf The Video Game (Ludwig Von Drake)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Additional Voices)
Kingdom Hearts (Captain Hook, The White Rabbit, The Doorknob, Floatsam, Jetsam)
The House Of Mouse (Lugwig Von Drake, Dale, Grumpy, White Rabbit, Narrator)
Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon (Optoc Crew/Optoc Commander/Cragorian Crew/Cragorian Captain/Macriki Crew)
Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure (Additional Voice)
Stitch! The Movie (Additional Voices)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Mole)
101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventure (Additional Voices)
The Haunted Mansion Video Game (Additional Voice)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Elf #4)
The Incredibles Video Game (Additional Voice)
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge Video Game (Santa Claus)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Grumpy)
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe Video Game (Additional Voices)
Once Upon A Halloween (Cauldron)
Disneyland: The First 50 Years (Translator)
Inside Walt's Story Meetings (Walt Disney)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Dale, MCP, Santa Claus, Sark, Shan-Yu, The Peddler, Yen Sid, Additional Voices)
American Dragon Jake Long (Sigmund Brock)
Mickey Saves Santa & Other Mouseketales (Ludwig Von Drake)
Cars The Video Game (Additional Voices)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Happy Haunting (Additional Voice)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Gus, Performer: "Perfectly Perfect", "At The Ball")
Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix + (Dale, MCP, Santa Claus, Sark, Shan-Yu, The Peddler, Yen Sid, Additional Voices)
Kingdom Hearts Chain Of Memories (DiZ, Captain Hook)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Dale, Ludwig Von Drake)
Kim Possible (Officer Hobble, Robot Rumble Announcer, Dr. Lurkin, Drak-Force One Computer)
Mickey's Treat (Chip, Dale)
Disney Channel Holiday (Dark-Force One Computer)
How To Hook Up Your Theater (Narrator)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (King Stefan)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voice)
Cars Mater-National (Doc Hudson)
Mickey's Adventures In Wonderland (Ludwig Von Drake)
Disney's Haunted Holidays; Tales Of Two Cities (The Hatbox Ghost)
Car Race-O-Rama (Doc Hudson)
The Princess & The Frog (Mr. Harvey Fenner)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Captain Hook, Magic Mirror, Yen Sid, Dale, Grumpy)
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (Dale, Yen Sid)
Epic Mickey (Yen Sid, Captain Hook)
Fish Hooks (Knight Mouse, Show Narrator, Stage Manager)
Kinetic Disneyland Adventures (Dale, Mad Hatter, Captain Hook, Various)
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Ansem The Wise, Yen Sid, Claude Frollo)
Gravity Falls (The Lawyer)
Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two (Yen Sid)
Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion (Captain Hook)
Disney's Magical World (Dale, Grumpy, Yen Sid)
Sofia The First (Wilbur The Wombeast)
Phineas & Ferb (Farmer, Additional Voices)
Wander Over Yonder (Captain)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Ludwig Von Drake, Dale)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Captain Hook, Tiki Tree #1)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Ansem The Wise, Dale, Yen Sid)
Mickey Mouse (Dale/Ludwig Von Drake)
Penn Zero: Part Time Hero (Additional Voices)
Disney Infinity 3.0 (Cad Bane)
The 7D (Lord Grungemunger)
Future-Worm (Narrator, Captain Cakerz President)
Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil (Monster Arm, Joust Joust Revolution Announcer)
Fantasia: Music Evolved (Yen Sid)
Ducktales 2017 Edition (Ludwig Von Drake)
Mickey & The Roadster Racers (Dale, Fan)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (Ansem The Wise, Yen Sid, Claude Frollo)
101 Dalimatians: The Further Adventures Of Thunderbolt (TV Announcer)
Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure (Gus)
Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (Captain Suds)

Debut: Spectreman (1971) - George, Walla.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Phil Barker, Ludwig Von Drake.
Most Recent Credits: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (2017) - Dr. N. Gin, Dr. N. Tropy, Baby Cortex/Ducktales - Ludwig Von Drake/ Samurai Jack - Crow/Mickey & The Roadster Races - Dale, Fan/Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue - Ansem The Wise, Yen Sid, Claude Frollo/Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Captain Hook, The White Rabbit (Archived)
Total Resume Credits: 372 Acting Credits, 21 Misc Credits, 11 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 30 Self Credits, 10 Archive Footage Credits.

Non-Disney Productions:
God of War III (Zeus)
Critters (Critters' Voices)
Metal Men (Doc Magnus, Mercury, Iron)
James Bond Jr. (James Bond Jr.)
Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery (Bayard)

Comments: His real name is Corey Gregg Weinberg. Born in West Los Angeles; California on August 3rd, 1955; Corey was known as a pure (or near pure) Disney voice talent since the majority of his work are Disney productions. His most recent credits include Batman Beyond (The new animated series) and the live-action movie: Dudley-Do-Right (As a Radio Voice Announcer). Long before voicing three of the major villains on "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" (2008) (Count Dooku, Ziro the Hutt and Cad Bane), Burton voiced Luke Skywalker for a 1979 Disney Read-Along book/record retelling the story of Star Wars (1977). A year later he looped some lines for Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980). Only one of these ended up in the film: Rebel pilot Hobbie's line "I've been hit!". During this session, he met Mark Hamill, who asked Burton to sign the Star Wars Read-Along record as "Luke 2". Portrayed Starlab Controller Jerry Lyden on the syndicated radio show "Alien Worlds" (1979). Corey has also done ADR for Total Recall, American Me, E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, Matinee and Basic Instinct. He continues to do voice over work and video game work such as God of War III, various Star War projects and of course lots of Disney projects. He is currently working on a Spyro The Dragon movie, voicing Volteer. Burton is perhaps best known to Disney fans for his imitation of the late voice actor Paul Frees as the Ghost Host in Disneyland's Haunted Mansion Holiday attraction, as well as providing the same voice for Walt Disney World's HalloWishes fireworks show during Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party event. Burton also recited the classic line "Welcome, foolish mortals" in the opening of the film version of The Haunted Mansion. Burton was also approached to record a new safety spiel for the beginning of the original Haunted Mansion ride. He declined and the spiel was instead recorded by voice actor Joe Leahy. Burton provides many others Paul Frees-like voices for Disneyland park, including several newer pirates in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction (like the "Pooped Pirate" and the pirate voice that guides you on and off the boat), Grumpy on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction, and almost every voice in Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. Burton performed another Frees imitation for comedian Stan Freberg's album Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America, Volume Two. He also impersonated Frees as the voice of the alien foreheads in Larry Blamire's period science fiction spoof Trail of the Screaming Forehead. Burton performed a Frees imitation as the voice of the announcer in the 1999 film Dudley Do-Right.

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Hamilton Camp

TaleSpin Voices:
Seamore (All's Whale That Ends Whale)
Whistlestop Jackson (Whistlestop Jackson, Legend)
Reporter#2 (Whistlestop Jackson, Legend)
Babyface Half Nelson (Bringing Down Babyface)
Policeman (Bringing Down Babyface)

Disney Productions:
DuckTales (Gizmo Duck, Fenton Crackshell, Flintheart Glomgold, Overlord Bulovan, Director)
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voice)
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (King Jean-Claude)
Dick Tracy (Store Clerk)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Mountie, Chief Beetlebreath)
The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Grocery Store Clerk)
Darkwing Duck (Gizmo Duck, Fenton Crackshell, Jock Newbody)
Bonkers (Pitts, TV Commerical Director)
Aladdin: The Series (Ayarm Aghou)
House of Mouse (Merlin)

Non-Disney Productions:
Doctor Dolittle (Pig)
The Pebble and the Penguin (Megellenic)
Twice Upon a Time (Greensleeves)
The Smurfs (Harmony and Greedy Smurf)
Bird (Mayor of 52nd Street)

Debut: Bedlam (1946) - Pompey.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Overlord Bulovan, Director.
Final Credits: Hard Four (2007) - Bix Karew.
Total Resume Credits: 210 Acting Credits, 8 Soundtrack Credits, 5 Self Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 2 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Hamid Hamilton Camp was born in London England on October 30th, 1934. Hamilton Camp became well-known first as Bob Camp when he played in a folk duo with Bob Gibson. Their influential album, 'Gibson and Camp at the Gate of Horn', was recorded in Chicago in 1961. When they broke up, Camp continued to work as a solo act. He began using the name Hamilton Camp musically around the time his solo album 'Paths of Victory' was released in 1964. After working as a child actor, Camp began acting again in 1961 with the Second City in Chicago, and with The Committee in San Francisco in the mid-60s. This lead to television and theatre work, and the occasional film. During the 70s (after his acceptance into Subud, a spiritual community) he was sometimes credited as Hamid Hamilton Camp. He has occasionally returned to music over the years, and released a new album in 1999 called 'Mardi's Bard', dedicated to the late Mardi Arquette (the wife of Lewis, and mother of Rosanna, Patricia, David, Alexis & Richmond). Disney fans will remember him as the imfamous Gizmo Duck from the third season of Ducktales and made cameo appearances in Darkwing Duck. Smurf fans (which used to be a big deal in the US and mostly confined to Europe now) will remember him as Greedy and Harmony Smurf. He also voiced the Pig in the comedy hit movie Dr. Dolittle. He has the dubious distinction of being a cast member on two of television's biggest failures: both "Turn-On" (1969) and "Co-ed Fever" (1979) were cancelled after only 1 episode. Hamilton went on to do the Prophet of Mercy in the Halo 2 videogame and Merrit on Titus. Hamilton Camp passed away on October 2nd, 2005 in Los Angeles, California due to a heart attack.

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Hamilton Camp Official Website
Wikipedia Entry


Jodi Carlisle

TaleSpin Voice:
Wife Hippo Tourist (Time Waits For No Bear)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Doctor Sarah Bellum, Spokesperson)
Goof Troop (Additional Voices)
Raw Toonage (Additional Voice)
Bonkers (Additional Voice)

Non-Disney Productions:
Hulk Hogan's Rock & Roll Wrestling (Moolah, Richter)
The Wild Thornberrys (Marianne Thornberry)
Duckman (Additional Voice)
Speechless (Doris Wind)
Medusa: Dare to be Truthful (Aphrodite)

Debut: Pac-Man (1982) - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Wife Hippo Tourist.
Most Recent Credits: Final Fantasy XV (2016) - Additional Voices/The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show - Additional Voices/Cafe Society - Maid.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Acting Credits.

Comments: Jodi was born on August 28th, 1960 in Joliet, Illnois. While she may not be well known in voice acting as a regular; Jodi has had several well known characters under her belt. Her first major role (her first known role was an additional voice for the Pac-Man cartoon) was Brenda in the ABC Weekend Special: The Velveteen Rabbit. She played the voice of Marianne Thornberry in The Wild Thornberrys and voiced both professional ladies wrestlers Moolah and Wendy Richter in the animated series Hulk Hogan's Rock & Roll Wrestling. She's also voiced in Wild West Cowboys from Moo Mesa and Duckman. She's played in three live action movies: Medusa: Dare to be Truthful as Aphrodite, Speechless as Doris Wind and the National Lampoon film "Attack Of The 5' 2" Women" as Debbie Dallas. Jodi Carlisle's first known live action appearance as an actress was in 1990 when she played the role of Lana Anders as a special guest on Night Court and was also a special guest on Mad about you. She has done mostly cameo roles ever since 2001 such as Michelle Downing in Desperate Housewives, Miss Boyd in Cold Case, Judge in Shark, an additional voice for Avatar: The Last Airbender and appeared in a cameo in two of the three CSI shows (The original CSI and CSI: Miami.).

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Victoria Carroll

TaleSpin Voice:
Princess Gwace (Waiders of the Wost Tweasure)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Witches, Additional Voices)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Alice, Pomona, Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (D-2000, Doctor Brute)

Non-Disney Productions:
Wildfire (Mrs. Ashworth)
Alice (Marie)
Scooby Doo Meets the Boo Brothers (Sadie Mae)
Nightmare in Wax (Carissa)
Hogan's Heroes (Various)

Debut: McHale's Army (1964) - The 1st Nurse.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Witch #1, Witch #2, Witch #3, Additional Voices.
Most Recent Credits: Love & Bananas (2016) - Associate Producer.
Total Resume Credits: 92 Acting Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 2 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Victoria Carrol (born Mary Carol Lee Ford on January 21st, 1941) started in 1964 playing The 1st Nurse in McHale's Army. Since then she been in such film as The Billion Dollar Hobo (Barbara Henderson) and Strangers in 7A (Miss Simpson). She is best known for playing the role of Marie in the Television Series Alice between 1978-1980 and a few special guest appearances in 1981. She also make special guest appearances in Charlie's Angels (as Mary Ann), Hogan's Heroes, The Beverly Hillbillies, I Dream of Jeannie, Three's Company Dynasty, Coach and Hunter. She also starred as Vicki in the TV series Small & Frye. Victoria does have a few appearances in voice acting including Scooby Doo Meets the Boo Brothers voicing Sadie Mae Scroggins) and the less known Television series Wildfire voicing Mrs. Ashworth. She is also married to fellow voice actor Michael Bell. She left in 1996 and returned in 2003 to acting with the Comeback and Grim & Evil.

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Dan Castellaneta

TaleSpin Voices:
Prince Wudolf (Waiders of the Wost Tweasure)
Dr. Zibaldo (The Incrediable Shrinking Molly)

Disney Productions:
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Spirit Of The Lamp)
Goof Troop (Baseball Coach)
Darkwing Duck (Megavolt, Elmo Sputterspark, Loudspeaker Announcer)
Marsupilami (Stewart)
The Return of Jafar (Blue Genie)
Aladdin Activity Center (Genie)
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes 1994 Edition (Alan Windsdale)
Aladdin the Series (Genie, Evil Genie, Frajhid, Machana)
Quack Pack (Gil)
Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Kung-fu Trainer)
Nightmare Ned (Number One)
Hercules: The TV Series (Homer)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (AP-99, Mr. Zoop, Alnip, Sentor Banda, Garron, Nifty Joe, Fussy-Boy, Slam-bot, Brain Pod #13, Various)
Recess: School's Out (Guard#1)
Recess: Taking The Fifth (BoE Agent #2)
Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge (Genie)
Kingdom Hearts (Genie)
Return to Neverland (Additional Voice)
Lloyd In Space (Dunkirque)
The House of Mouse (Genie)
Kim Possible (Baxter, Mr. Geminini, Goon, Private Cleoutus Dobbs, Drakken's Goons)
Recess: Taking The Fifth Grade (BoE Agent #2)
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (Genie)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Genie)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Genie)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix+ (Genie)
Kingdom Hears RE: Chain Of Memories (Genie)
Disney TH!NK Fast (Genie)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Genie)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Simpsons (Homer)
Earthworm Jim (Earthworm Jim)
Clayfighter 63 1/3 [Nintendo64] (Earthworm Jim)
Eek! The Cat (Mittens)
Super Mario Brothers [Live Action Movie] (Narrator)

Debut: Nothing In Common (1986) - Brian.
DTVA Debut: Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (1989) - Spirit In The Lamp.
Most Recent Credits: The Simpsons (2017) - Homer Simpson, Grandpa Simpson, Barney Gumble, Groundskeeper Willie/Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie - Grandpa Phil/Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Genie.
Total Resume Credits: 218 Acting Credits, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 2 Writer Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 5 Thanks Credits, 29 Self Credits, 19 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Chicago, Illinois on October 29th, 1957; Dan Castellaneta was a former member of Chicago Second City. His first role came in 1986 as Brian in Nothing in Common. If you're a fan of The Simpsons (and there are many of them) and particually Homer Simpson; then you already know about Dan Castellaneta voicing his character; however, while Homer Simpson is known for overdrinking on beer; Dan Castellaneta doesn't drink himself. He is also a Vegetrian and practices tai-chi which are also contridictions of the character he plays on The Simpsons. Dan won two Emmys in 1992 and in 1993 for that role alone. He also voiced many TV commericals for the Butterfinger line and Intel as Homer Simpson and Office Depot as Dilbert. He is the voice of Genie in Disney's Aladdin, Megavolt in Disney's Darkwing Duck, Earthworm Jim in Earthworm Jim and Clayfighter 63 1/3. He was the narrator in the Nintendo movie: Super Mario Brothers. He also made special appearances on Nash Bridges, Futurama, Everybody Loves Raymond, The Drew Carey Show, ALF, NYPD Blue, Cybill, Batman Beyond and Friends. His Homer Simpson character is legendary and even appeared on the David Letterman show, among others. He also appears in other shows including Greek as Dr. Milton Hastings. n 2002, his trademark phrase "d'oh" from "The Simpsons" was considered valid, and added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Alongside his television and film work, Castellaneta has appeared in a number of theatrical productions. In 1992, he starred in Deb & Dan's Show alongside his wife. In 1995, Castellaneta started writing Where Did Vincent van Gogh?, a one man play in which he portrays a dozen different characters, including artist Vincent van Gogh. He first officially performed the play at the ACME Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles in 1999. In 2007, he appeared in The Bicycle Men at The King's Head Theatre in London.

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Cam Clark

TaleSpin Voice:
Dan Dawson (Stormy Weather)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Boy At Fountain)
Animated Storybook: The Lion King (Adult Simba)
Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable (Simba)
Aladdin Activity Center (Aladdin)
Mickey's Fun Song: Beach Party At Disney World (Additional Voices)
Aladdin The Series (Villager)
Gargoyles (Erik Sturlisson, Young Gillecomgain, Brendan)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Maxwell, Quarryman #1)
Timon & Pumbaa (Simba)
Quack Pack (Gustav Goose, Vector's Father)
101 Dalmations: The Series (Rex Hunter)
Disney Sing-Along Songs: Honor To Us All (Archive Footage: Unknown)
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (Simba) [Singing]
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Flounder)
Pepper Ann (Stuart)
House of Mouse (Simba, Flounder)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Additional Voice)
Mulan 2 (ADR Loop Group)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Simba)
WITCH (Dean Collins, Drake, MacGruder, Meridian Alderman, Max The Photocopier)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix + (Simba)
Underdog Live Action Movie (Supershep, Little Brown Dog)
Special Agent Oso (Whirlybird, R.R. Rapide)
Big Hero 6 (Additional Voices)
The Lion Guard (Additional Voices)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Simba)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Simba)

Non-Disney Productions:
Robotech (Maximillian Sterling)
Tales of Berseria (Turtlez)
Metal Gear Solid [Video Game] (Liquid Snake)
Baker's Hawk (Morvic)
Mr. Bogus (Mr. Bogus)

Debut: The King Family Show (1965) – Himself.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Dan Dawson.
Most Recent Credits: Animal Crackers (2017) - Additional Voices/Fire Emblem Heroes - Male Corrin, Arthur/Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Simba.
Total Resume Credits: 336 Acting Credits, 9 Misc Credits, 2 Casting Department Credits, 5 Casting Director Credits, 1 Sound Department Credit, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 12 Self Credits, 7 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Although he is called Cam Clark by many channels; his real name is Jimmy Flinders. Born on Novmember 6th, 1957 in Los Angeles, California his first major role came as the English voice of Peewit in The Smurfs & The Magic Flute in 1976. Clarke began his acting career in the show The Hollywood Palace as the The King Family Show. He continued to perform with his family on various TV specials until the 1980s when he got his first voice acting roles in the animated shows Snorks and Robotech. Clarke was taught by established voice actor Michael Bell. Clarke is best known for his roles as Kaneda in Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira (Streamline-dub), Max Sterling and Lancer in the 1985 Robotech series, Rigadon in Around the World with Willy Fog, Dogtanian in Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds, Leonardo and Rocksteady in the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, and Liquid Snake in the popular Metal Gear Solid series of video games. Clarke is also the voice of Prince Adam and He-Man in the 2002 version of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe TV series. He is also known to RPG fans as Ryudo in Grandia II, Kratos Aurion in Tales of Symphonia and Will Raynard in Tales of Legendia. He voices the male Blood Elf in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade. He uses a voice similar to Liquid Snake's for this portrayal. To date, Clarke has voiced over one hundred titles. Cam is easily recognizable by his distinct voice which can fluctuate from adolescent sounding (Leonardo) to deep and soothing (Kratos) and to a faux British (Liquid Snake). He also acts as Pavel in the popular Neverwinter Nights PC release and is Corrin (Male) in Fire Emblem: Fates and Super Smash Brothers for Wii U/3DS along with Bravely Second: End Layer as Kaiser Oblivion.

"Here's lookin at you ace!" - Dan Dawson, TaleSpin, 1990.

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Wikipedia Entry


Townsend Coleman

TaleSpin Voice:
Turkey Client (From Here to Machinery)
Newsreel Announcer (From Here to Machinery)
Khan Pilot #4 (Louie's Last Stand)

Disney Productions:
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Norm, Knight, Carney)
Darkwing Duck (Patrick)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Canard)
Timon & Pumbaa (Vulture Police, Purplest Stupidest Pirate)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Tick (Tick)
Teenage Mutant (Hero) Turtles (Michaelangelo)
Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (Gobo)
Where's Waldo (Waldo)
Teenwolf (Scott)

Debut: We're Dancin' (1982) - Himself.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Carney, Norn, Knight.
Most Recent Credits: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2016) - 80's Michaelangelo/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Take Time (& Space) - 80's Michaelangelo, Pirate Captain/Sing - Additional Voices/Mighty Magiswords - Neddy The Mallet, Bee Crown.
Total Resume Credits: 84 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 5 Self Credits.

Comments: As a busy Hollywood voice-actor, Townsend Coleman is perhaps one of the most recognizable voices on TV. Since 1993, he's been the voice of NBC's "Must See TV" and "Comedy Night Done Right" promos and promos for "The Tonight Show" starring Jay Leno, "Saturday Night Live", "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "Last Call with Carson Daily". He also voices the daily promos for the long-running "Live with Regis and Kelly". But the character behind the voice really came to life in 1985, when Coleman, having just moved to Los Angeles from Cleveland, Ohio, won a chance audition for the animated hit, "Inspector Gadget". As the voice of Corporal Capeman, Gadget's bumbling assistant, he embarked on an entirely new career, providing the voices for some of the most memorable characters in cartoons and commercials. In addition to thwarting evil as the voice of "The Tick", Fox Kids' hit animated series, he has provided the voices for many popular cartoon characters, including Michaelangelo on the original, long-running cartoon series, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles". He also played Waldo on "Where's Waldo?", Gobo on NBC's animated "Fraggle Rock", Scott on "Teenwolf", Scratch on "Spacecats", the voice of Wayne Gretzky on "Prostars", Riot on "Jem", Dragonflyer on "Glofriends", Rewind on "Transformers" and many others. In addition to his active animation career, Coleman has also been the voice behind numerous national TV ad campaigns for clients such as Home Depot, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Mattel Hot Wheels, Sunny Delight, Colgate, Jenny Craig, Blockbuster Video, Greyhound, AT&T, Eggo Waffles, Taco Bell and "Spot", the precocious red 7-Up dot... even a few "Keebler elves" and "Raid bugs". Born in New York City on May 28th, 1954, Coleman spent his childhood in Denver, Colorado and Cleveland, Ohio. After studying architecture and theater at the University of Colorado in Boulder, he returned home to Ohio to pursue a radio career. Ten years as a disc jockey at various Cleveland radio stations led to numerous commercial and voiceover jobs. He appeared as host of the nationally syndicated TV series "The Dance Show" prior to moving his family to LA in 1984 to take advantage of career opportunities on the west coast. Coleman's primary career focus was acting in TV and film, but soon changed as he foresaw a more lucrative career specializing in the field of voiceovers. Appeared as a contestant on Super Password in the 1970's before his voice acting career took off. He lost on his first appearance. He even appeared as an announcer on the game show Deal or No Deal in 2007.

"I've got 100 million viewers strapped to my head!"- The Tick, The Tick, 1993

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Phil Crowley

TaleSpin Voice:
Walters (Louie's Last Stand)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin was his only appearance.

Non-Disney Productions:
American Tragedy (Voice of Mark Fuhrman)
National Geograpgic: Lord of the Rings (Narrator)
Dean Martin: The E! Hollywood Story (Narrator)
Freddie Prinze: The E! Hollywood Story (Narrator)
Lifeline (Narrator)

Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Walters.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Walters.
Most Recent Credits: Shark Tank (2017) - Announcer, Voice Over/The Peter Austin Noto Show - Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 22 Acting Credits, 19 Self Credits.

Comments: Phil Crowley was born on June 6th, 1950. From Actors Co.: After graduating from the University of Southern California School of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting, Phil taught at Biola University and the Dick Grove School of Music. He served with Campus Crusade’s Music Ministry and as Interim Music Minister at Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena where he co-wrote and conducted an original musical, “SEEDS” based on the parables of Jesus. He also composed the music for the stage musical, “ONCE IN MURELIO”, a Lehmann Engel Musical Theater Workshop collaboration. As a music producer he has done composing, conducting, arranging and music contracting for numerous projects and events in and around Los Angeles. He traveled twice to China as music director and performer with Fellowship of Artists for Cultural Evangelism. In 1986 Phil began doing voiceovers, and it soon became his full-time occupation. He has served as spokesman for Priceline, Verizon, Jaguar, Pepsi, State Farm Insurance, Albertson’s Markets, Chevron, Mercedes, Baja Fresh, Alpo, along with various banks, hospitals and corporations. He has worked extensively in the field of narration, including multiple episodes of E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORIES, and numerous documentary series on Discovery Channel, Court TV, National Geographic, the Travel Channel, etc. Currently he can be heard on the History Channel narrating DOGFIGHTS (military air battles, not man’s best friend), ANCIENT DISCOVERIES and THE NOSTRADAMUS EFFECT. He also narrated two ABC series: SHARK TANK and HOMELAND SECURITY: USA. Film and television voiceover credits include SUPERSTAR, DICKIE ROBERTS - FORMER CHILD STAR, STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION, THAT 70’s SHOW and SUNSET BEACH. In 2008 he finally appeared on camera in SEED FOR YOU, a 168 Hour Film Festival production and for which he was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category.

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Peter Cullen

TaleSpin Voice:
Danger Women Radio Announcer (It Came From Beneath The SeaDuck)
The Squid (It Came From Beneath The Seaduck)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Admiral Grimitz, Bankjob Beagle, King Blowhard, LessDred, Mad Dog McGirk, Joaquin Slowee)
Mickey's 60th Birthday (Wizard)
The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Eeyore, Wooster)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Gritty Gummi, Knight, Kerwin The Conqueror)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Meps, Kirby, Muldoon, Skunk, Ratso Ratskiwatski, Drone Bee, Monterey Jack, Buzz Airfields, Brac, Young Ned)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Eeyore)
Bonkers (Mackey McSlime, Snowman)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Eeyore)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Eeyore)
Pooh's Grand Aventure: The Search For Christopher Robin (Eeyore)
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (Eeyore)
Winnie the Pooh; A Valentine for You (Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Pooh Wishes (Eeyore)
The Tigger Movie (Eeyore)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Eeyore)
The Book of Pooh (Eeyore)
The Book Of Pooh: Stories From The Heart (Eeyore)
House of Mouse (Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Eeyore)
Treasure Planet (Captain Nathaniel Flint)
Piglet's Big Movie (Eeyore)
Sing Along Songs: Sing A Song With Pooh Bear & Piglet Too (Eeyore)
Very Merry Christmas Sing-Along Songs (Archive Footage Voice: Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh: 123s (Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime with Roo (Eeyore)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Eeyore)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Eeyore)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Eeyore)
Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (Eeyore)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Eeyore)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (Eeyore)
Tigger & Pooh and A Musical Too (Eeyore)
Motorcity (Kainco Scientist)
Doc McStuffins (Eeyore)

Non-Disney Productions:
Rainbow Brite (Murky)
Donkey Kong (Mario)
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (Regular Preformer)
Prologue (Allen)
Hedi's Song (Gruffle)

Debut: The Buddies (1967) - Commander Bi Bi Latuque/ The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour - Himself, Announcer.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Admiral Grimitz, Bankjob Beagle, King Blowhard, LessDred, Mad Dog McGirk, Joaquin Slowee.
Most Recent Credits: Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) - Optimus Prime/Transformers: Autobot Alliance - Optimus Prime/Transformers: Robots In Disguise - Optimus Prime/Doc McStuffins - Eeyore.
Total Resume Credits: 177 Acting Credits, 8 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 23 Self Credits, 5 Archive Credits.

Comments: Peter Cullen was born on July 28th, 1941 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as Peter Claver Cullen. Peter graduated from Regiopolios College in Kingston Ontario, Canada and graduated from the National Theater School of Canada in 1963. Between 1971-1974; Peter Cullen was a regular on the TV comedy show starring Sonny and Cher. He was also in the movie Prologue playing the character Allen. Peter has the honor of being the first actor to voice Nintendo's video game mascot Mario - of Super Mario Brothers - for the Saturday Supercade series. His voice talents includes playing the role of Meps on Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (a similar voice to Mad Dog from TaleSpin voiced by Charles Adler.) and was the english narrator for the Japanese Anime series Voltron. In the 1980s and the 1990s, Cullen appeared on a number of television shows. He has played Coran, Stride the Tiger Fighter, and King Alfor in the Lion Voltron series, the transforming spaceship/robot Ramrod in the 1980s anime series Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs, Commander James Hawkins in the Vehicle Voltron series, Eeyore in the Winnie-the-Pooh series, KARR in Knight Rider, Antor and Bomba, and Gunner, in Dino-Riders, Airbourne, Nemesis Enforcer and Zandar in G.I. Joe, He played "Mantor/Mantys" in Coleco's 5 episode mini-series Sectaurs in 1986; Red Skull in the 1981 cartoon series of Spider-Man, Klaar and Zanzoar in Megas XLR and Mantus in The Pirates of Dark Water. He also had a voice part in the 1984 motion picture Gremlins, as a gremlin, and the first season of the 2008 Knight Rider Series as KARR. He also did voicework in The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible series, notably as Japheth, one of Noah's sons in the Noah's Ark episode, and the King of Nineveh in the Jonah episode. He was well known by some as the main villain Venger in the animated series of Dungeons and Dragons. Cullen spent some of his early professional years in Montreal as a radio announcer/DJ on CKGM; and as a character in a then-popular local television kids show. He acted the role of a French-Canadian astronaut, along with writer and his partner on the show, Ted Ziegler. Cullen has done voicework on drum and bass DJ Dieselboy's 2004 album, The Dungeonmaster's Guide, and narration on the 2013 album Tetragrammaton by the Dutch extreme metal band The Monolith Deathcult. He also did voicework for the Star Wars fan film series I.M.P.S.: The Relentless. Peter also done as a voice announcer on Police Story 4: First Strike for advertisements for New Line Cinema. Peter Cullen was supposed to be the voice of Baloo Bear after the attempt for Phil Harris to voice Baloo failed in 1989. However; Peter Cullen's style with Baloo just didn't work out well. That's when the search of Baloo continued and the final voice (Ed Gilbert) was finally selected.

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Brian Cummings

TaleSpin Voice:
Jack Cases (A Spy in The Onitment)

Disney Productions:
The Wuzzles (Bumbelion, Flizard, Peter Parrotfox)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Sir Tuxford(4),Arte Deco, Grubbi, Sir Gumlittle, Chillbeard Jr., Woodcutter)
Ducktales (Doofus Drake, Bebop Beagle, Mr. Beaver, Mr. Trumpcard, Barnacle Biff, TV Announcer)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Arnold Mousenegger)
Beauty and the Beast (Stove)
Darkwing Duck (Weasel)
The Little Mermaid the Series (Simon)
Raw Toonage (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Additional Voices)
Timon & Pumbaa (Vulture Police, Purplest Stupidest Pirate, Emcee, Various)
Quack Pack (Additional Voices)
Mary Poppins Practically Perfect in Every Way: The Magic Behind the Masterpiece (Narrator)
Once Upon a Dream: The Making of Walt Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty' (Narrator)
Under the Sea: The Making of Disney's Masterpiece 'The Little Mermaid' (Narrator)
Monsters Inc. The Video Game (Sully)
The Jungle Book 2 (Additional Voices)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Additional Voices)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voices)
We Wish You A Merry Walrus (Merry Walrus)
The Princess & The Frog Video Game (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
2 Stupid Dogs (Hollywood)
G.I. Joe (Dr. Mindbender)
Hugles and Harlows (Assistant Director)
California Suite (Autograph Seeker)
The Snorks (Dimmy)

Debut: Hughes & Harlow: Angels In Hell (1977) - Assistant Director.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Bumblelion, Flizard, Peter Parrotfox.
Most Recent Credits: We Wish You A Merry Walrus (2014) - Merry Walrus/Wildstar - Chua, Marauder.
Total Resume Credits: 121 Acting Credits, 4 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 5 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Brian Cummings was born on March 4th, 1948 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He started in 1977 playing the role of the Assistant Director in the film Hugle and Harlows: Angels in Hell. He is known for his work in radio and television commercials, television and motion picture promos, cartoons and as the announcer on The All-New Let's Make a Deal from 1984 to 1985. Having begun the pursuit of his chosen career at a local radio station (KSDN) in Aberdeen, South Dakota, during his senior year in high school, Brian set his sights high and has continued to "talk" a lot. Brian was the closing announcer for ALF in syndication and has also been one of the long-time voices of Buena Vista Home Entertainment (now Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment's) trailers and promotions. This vocal talent has performed on multiple animated series from the 1980s till present. Among his most famous roles are those of Dimmy in The Snorks, Morton Fizzback and Professor Funt in Denver, the Last Dinosaur, Mr. Hollywood, whose catchphrase is "Ain't that cute...BUT IT'S WRONG!!" on 2 Stupid Dogs, Doctor Mindbender, portrayed with an Alsatian accent, on G.I. Joe, the dumb Clyde Cat on Tom and Jerry Kids, Doofus Drake on Duck Tales and he can also be heard as the voice of Sokolov in the Metal Gear Solid video games. Brian Cummings is not related to fellow voice actor Jim Cummings.

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Tim Curry

TaleSpin Voice:
Thaddeus E. Klang (For Whom the Bell Klangs)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voice)
Darkwing Duck (Taurus Bulba)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Evil Mantra)
Aladdin: The Series (Caliph Kapok, Amok Mon-Ra, Kaleem)
Gargoyles (Dr. Sevarius)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Dr. Sevarius)
Quack Pack (Moltoc, Queen Blata, Villainess)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Lord Dragonas)
Beauty and the Beast: An Enchanted Christmas (Forte)
Recess (Doctor Slicer)
Teacher's Pet: The Series (Spooky)
Teamo Supremo (Laser Pirate, Destardly Dentist)
The Proud Family (Pervical)
Valiant (Von Talon)
Phineas & Ferb (Sutbbings, Worthington Dubois)
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (The Sorcerer)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Addam's Family Reunion (Gomez)
Muppet Treasure Island (Long John Silver)
The Rugrats Movie (Rex Pester)
Congo (Herkermer Homolka)
Clue (Wadsworth)

Debut: Sinking Fish Move Sideways (1968) - Waiter On Train.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Thaddeus E. Klang.
Most Recent Credits: Pennywise: The Story of 'IT' (2018) - Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 228 Acting Credits, 24 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 2 Thanks Credit, 47 Self Credits, 18 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Grappenhall, Cheshire England on April 19th, 1946 as Timothy James Curry nicknamed "The Cheshire Cat"; Tim Curry was the son of a Methodist Royal Navy chaplain, James. He started his career in theater and did work for the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Glasgow Civic Repertory Company, and the Royal Court Theater where he created the role of Frank N. Furter in The Rocky Horror Show. Mr. Curry continued his career on the New York and London stages with starring roles in Travesties, Amadeus and My Favorite Year (1982) to name just a few. He was composer and a singer and toured the US and Europe with his own band. The band has released four albums for A&M records. He also starred in the US tour of Me And My Girl. Some fans will remember him voicing Tauras Bulba in Darkwing Duck, Moltoc in Quack Pack, and most recently played the role of Gomez Addams in The Addams Family Reunion. Curry has also appeared in a large number of animated TV shows and films, starting with the performance of the Serpent in The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible. Curry also portrayed Captain Hook in the Fox animated series Peter Pan and the Pirates based on the Peter Pan novel "Peter and Wendy". Curry took over for the character of MAL in Captain Planet and the Planeteers after the death of David Rappaport. Curry was originally cast to portray the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, but before any episodes were produced, he was replaced by Mark Hamill because the series' producer Bruce Timm and casting director Andrea Romano deemed Curry's voice too scary and not clown-like. Curry also appeared in a number of animated films such as FernGully: The Last Rainforest, The Pebble and the Penguin, all three Rugrats films as side characters (sans Rugrats Go Wild where he reprises his role as Nigel), Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost, The Cat Returns, Valiant, Fly Me to the Moon, Garfield: Tail of Two Kitties and many more. Curry started off his career with small roles in television series, such as Eugene in Napoleon and Love, and guest roles in Armchair Theatre and Play for Today. Curry also starred in the "Dead Dog Records" storyline of the television series crime drama Wiseguy, as Winston Newquay. Curry also starred in a large number of television films and miniseries, such as Three Men in a Boat, the titular role in Will Shakespeare, playing the role of Bill Sikes in a television adaptation of Oliver Twist, the children's classic The Worst Witch, Titanic, Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic, Alice, Return to Cranford and many more. Although Curry has starred in numerous television series throughout his career he has only had main roles in two, Over the Top, a sitcom which he also produced, and the revival series of Family Affair. In 1985, Curry starred in the fantasy film, Legend as The Lord Darkness, which became one of his best known roles. Although he began to star in mostly comedies throughout the '90s, he did star in some action films, such as the thriller The Hunt for Red October as Dr. Yeveniy Petrov, the 1993 reboot of The Three Musketeers as Cardinal Richelieu, in the superhero film The Shadow as Farley Claymore and as Herkermer Homolka in the action adventure film Congo. In the early 2000s Curry starred in two box office hits, the first being the action comedy film Charlie's Angels as the role of Roger Corwin and the second being the parody film Scary Movie 2 playing Dr. Oldman. Curry then went on to play Thurman Rice, a supporting role in the critically acclaimed biographical film Kinsey. In recent years Curry has mostly only starred in animated films, his most recent live action role has been in the British black comedy Burke & Hare as Prof. Alexander Monro.

"Enough of the comedy!" - Klang, TaleSpin, 1990.

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Gabriel Damon

TaleSpin Voice:
Jungle Ace Member (Captains Outrageous)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin was his only appearance.

Non-Disney Productions:
The Land Before Time (Littlefoot)
Little Nemo: The Dream Master (Little Nemo)
The New Lassie (Wayne)
Eerie, Indiana (Nicholas, ATM Machine)
Mr. Belvedere (Billy Podell)

Debut: Call To Glory (1984) - R.H. Sarnac/ Shattered Vows - Daryl.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Jungle Ace Member.
Most Recent Credits: RoboDoc: The Creation Of Robocop (2017) - Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 47 Acting Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Gabriel Damon Lavezzi was born in Reno, Nevada on April 23rd, 1976. He is proably the second most famous child voice actor next to R.J. Williams and is known for being in big-time animated movies; including the voice of Nemo in Little Nemo: The Dream Master and The Land Before Time as the voice of Littlefoot. He also was in the music video "Mountain Wins Again" created by the Blues Traveler. Recently; Gabriel Damon starred as Jason in a new movie called Social Misfits. From a young age Gabriel was surrounded by music and the performing arts and at the age of three his familly moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career for him in acting. Gabriel got work quickly, landing a coveted role in the 1984 TV series "Call to Glory" (1984) , and by the age of 13 had worked with some of the worlds most renowned actors and directors. After 20 years in the business, Gabriel decided to pursue a career in post-production. He also has future plans to continue his acting career.

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Jennifer Darling

TaleSpin Voice:
Mrs. Snarly (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voice)
Darkwing Duck (Dr. Rhoda Dendron)
Beauty and the Beast (Additional Voice)
Goof Troop (Additional Voice)
Aladdin (Additional Voice)
Aladdin The Series (Queen Hippsodeth)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voices)
101 Dalmations Live Action (ADR Loop Group)
Hercules (Additional Voice)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Additional Voice)
A Bug's Life (Additional Voice)
The Emperor's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voice)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Additional Voices)
Treasure Planet (Additional Voices)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voices)
Finding Nemo (ADR Loop Group)
Brother Bear (Additional Voices)
Cars (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Teenage Mutant Ninja (Hero) Turtles (Irma)
Annabelle's Wish (Star)
The Bionic Woman (Various)
L.A. Law (Amanada Shaw)
The Fall Guy (Mary Jo)

Debut: You Were There (1953) - Peggy Arnold.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Miss Snarly/ Darkwing Duck - Dr. Rhoda Dendron.
Most Recent Credits: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (2015) - Commissar.
Total Resume Credits: 155 Acting Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 4 Self Credits.

Comments: Ms. Darling was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 19th, 1946 and started dancing at the age of the three at the Gene Kelly Dance Studio. By the age of 6, she was performing in shows at the dance studio. At the age of 14, she appeared twice on the "Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour" (1948), after having started singing at the age of 13. As a teenager, Darling attended the Pittsburgh Playhouse School of Acting, then went on to Carnegie Mellon University where she graduated from the drama department. Upon graduation, she was a member of the original company of the American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T.). She worked for several years with the Pittsburgh Playhouse, before moving on to the Washington Arena Stage in Washington D.C. From there, to the Longwharf Repertory Company in Connecticut, before starring in "Macbird" at the Village Gate in New York City. Darling made her first Broadway appearance in "How Now Dow Jones", then going on to "Maggie Flynn", followed by the drama "Fire". During her time on Broadway, she appeared on "The David Frost Show" (1969), as well as branching out to comic improvisations touring the East Coast summer tents. Upon returning to New York, Darling performed in Shakespeare in Central Park for Joseph Papp, while also appearing in the soap opera "The Secret Storm" (1954) - playing the first hooker on daytime television. In 1973, she moved to Hollywood and, after only six weeks, landed her first starring role on the television series "Temperatures Rising" (1972). After joining the cast of "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1974), which spawned into "The Bionic Woman" (1976), Darling then went on to star in "Eight Is Enough" (1977), making her the only actress to star in three Top 10 television series at the same time. During this time, she also appeared at the Improvisation, performing Harry Chapin's music. She also performed with Harry Chapin on "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962), as well as making some concert appearances. During the 1990s, Darling guest-starred on some of the highest rated television series, including "L.A. Law" (1986), "Bodies of Evidence" (1992) and "Cheers" (1982). She received an Emmy nomination as Best Supporting Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on "Hooperman" (1987). Most Darling has been seen in recurring roles on "Dharma & Greg" (1997) and "Mad About You" (1992). 2001 found Ms. Darling juggling many acts. Member of an original musical, "You Haven't Changed A Bit, And Other Lies", which did open mid-June for an unlimited run in Los Angeles, she was also awaiting the release of her third independent film, Ronnie (2002). This, all addition to her being one of the busiest voice-over actresses in Hollywood. Today, she is one of the busiest actresses in the world of animation, lending her voice to characters in more than twenty of the most popular animation series, including "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1987/I), "Tenchi Muyô!" (1995) and "Astro Boy" (2003). Ms. Darling can also be heard via the Internet - in one of the first few successful animation cartoon series - Julius And Friends. Her voice is also recognizable in full length animation features such as Tarzan, "Aladdin" (1994), Beauty and the Beast (1991), The Little Mermaid (1989), A Bug's Life (1998), Finding Nemo (2003) and many more. In 2005, Ms. Darling finished the independent films Winding Roads (1999) (TV), Ronnie (2002) and On Edge (2001).

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Debi Derryberry

TaleSpin Voice:
Wan Lo's Daughter (Last Horizons)

Disney Productions:
Walt Disney's Carousel Of Progress (Daughter, Patricia)
Goof Troop (Rose Peckinbloom)
Aladdin (Harem Dancer)
Aladdin The Series (Eden, Dhandi)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voice)
Toy Story (Pizza Planet Intercom Voice, Aliens, Troll)
Toy Story Activity Center (Aliens, Pizza Planet/Model Rocket Intercom Voice)
Hercules (Additional Voice)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Additional Voice)
A Bug's Life (Baby Maggots)
Timon & Pumbaa (Children, Cupid)
Tarzan (Additional Voices)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voices)
Whispers: An Elephants' Tale (Whispers)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Anette, Performer: "Welcome Home")
Brother Bear (Additional Voice)
Filmore! (Cheri Shotwell, Ms. Frederica, Antia, Nina, Estelle, Various)
Home On The Range (Additional Voice)
The Wild (Additional Voice)
Stitch! (Warrachi)
Wreck-It Ralph! (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Tenchi Muyo! In Love (Ryo-Ohk)
iCarly (Principal Franklin's Secretary)
Street Fighter X Tekken (Pac-Man)
Taz-Mania (Jake Tazmania)
Sailor Moon Crystal (Diana)

Debut: Ernest Goes To Camp (1987) - Uncredited Stunt Peformer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Wan Lo's Daughter.
Most Recent Credits: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (2017) - Coco Bandicoot, Tawna/Max & Wrigley - Wrigley/Buddy Thunderstruck - Munice, Mama Possum/Smurfs: The Lost Village - Addtional Voices/Monster High: Electrified - Draculaura/Alpha & Omega: Journey To Bear Kingdom - Runt/F is For Family - Maureen Murphy/Hanazuki: Full of Treasures - Little Unicorns, Redicorn, Orangecorn.
Total Resume Credits: 220 Acting Credits, 1 Music Department, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 6 Misc Credits, 2 Sound Department Credits, 2 Stunts Credits, 7 Self Credits.

Comments: Debi was born on September 27th, 1967 in Indio, California. Her first role was as Skeeter in Hey Vern, It's Ernest with Jim Varney. Aside from her work as a voice actress, she swam with the killer whale Keiko for the 1993 film Free Willy and was the stunt double for the young actor in the film. Derryberry has provided the voices of a series of characters, mostly those of young boys and tomboyish girls, with her warm, chipper tones. In addition to voicing her best known role, the title character of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Nickelodeon's television series The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Derryberry has also provided voice-over for Ice Age: The Meltdown, she is the voice of Wednesday Addams in the 1990s animated version of The Addams Family, Weenie and Catrina on Oswald, Taz's little brother Jake on Taz-Mania and Coco Bandicoot in the Crash Bandicoot video game series. She has also done some voice work for comedic English language adaptations of anime titles such as Zatch Bell! in which she plays the titular character, his evil twin Zeno, and Ryo-Ohki, Yugi, and various other characters from several versions of the anime series Tenchi Muyo!. Aside from voice acting, she was the founder and lead singer for the indie country band Honey Pig, writing and producing most of the songs on their two CDs. Currently she is focusing on a children's music career with her CDs "What A Way To Play" and "Very Derryberry", having won a number of industry awards. She is an advocate for animals and has hosted at her North Hollywood home a fundraiser for the benefit of orangutans as an endangered species, under the Orang Utan Republik charitable foundation.

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David Doyle

TaleSpin Voice:
Sheriff Gomer Cleghorn (Citizen Khan)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Judge)
Goof Troop (Additional Voices)
Bonkers (W.W. Wacky)
Quack Pack (Commander Buck Burpelson)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Sam Delaney)

Non-Disney Productions:
Rugrats (Grandpa Lou Pickles, Crowd Member, Old Man, Robot, TV Announcer, Audience Member)
Ghost Writer (Herb Baxter)
Making it (Fanning)
Loving (Will)
A New Leaf (Mel)

Debut: Happy Anniversary (1959) - Hotel Earle Desk Clerk/Art Carney Special - Himself.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Sheriff Gomer Cleghorn.
Final Credits: Brilliant But Cancelled (2002) - Archive Footage/ Charlies Angels: TV Tales: Himself - Archive Footage.
Total Resume Credits: 109 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 19 Self Credits, 5 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on December 1st, 1929 in Lincoln; Nebraska. He was the son of Mary Ruth Fitzgerald and Lewis Raymond (Lum) Doyle, a prominent Lincoln attorney. His maternal grandfather was John Fitzgerald, a prominent banker and railroad builder in Nebraska. His paternal grandfather was T. J. Doyle, also an attorney. He was one of three children, including brother John, an attorney, and sister Mary, an actress. He grew up in Lincoln and attended Cathedral grade school. He then went to Campion, a Jesuit prep school in Wisconsin. He made his acting debut at age six and played children's roles in local productions. He was a member of the Community Theater in Lincoln. He was in Life with Father (1947) at the age of 10. Doyle entered the University of Nebraska in 1945 and he was expected to become a lawyer, as had four generations of Doyles. But the young Doyle preferred to spend him time in the theater department. A fellow classmate at the University of Nebraska was Johnny Carson. Doyle appeared frequently on his college buddy's late night talk show during the 1960s. Doyle ranked sixth in the state on his law school entrance exams. But the theater still called him and he chose acting over a career in law. He moved to New York after college. He got his break in 1956 when he replaced Walter Matthau in the Broadway production of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957). His first wife, Rachel, died after injuries in a freak fall from a stairway in 1968. While doing a revival of "South Pacific" a year later, he met Anne Nathan and they were married. After Broadway, Doyle moved to California and was cast as Walt Fitzgerald in the television series, "Bridget Loves Bernie" (1972). A string of character roles followed, and Doyle is probably best remembered as the lovable private detective, Bosley, on the "Charlie's Angels" (1976) series. Doyle couldn't escape the legal profession and portrayed an attorney, Ted Holmes, on the daytime soap opera, "General Hospital" (1963) during 1986. David Doyle died on February 26th, 1997 from a heart attack.

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Ron Feinberg

TaleSpin Voices:
Arnold The Sailor Crook (Molly Coddled)
Coolhands Luke (Feminine Air)
Giraffe Worker (Citizen Khan)

Disney Productions:
Winnie The Pooh Discovers The Season (Eeyore)
Darkwing Duck (Vladimir Goudenov Grizzlikof)
Belle's Magical World (Tuba)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Man in the Santa Claus Suit (Bruno Betinger)
Thunder and Lightning (Bubba)
Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (F.O.C.U.S. One)
A Boy and His Dog (Fellini)
Dying Room Only (Lou McDermott)

Debut: It's About Time (1966) - Tor.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Arnold The Sailor Crook, Coolhands Luke, Giraffe Worker.
Final Credits: Star Trek: Klingon Academy (2000) - Wuhey, Federation Commander #1, Civil War Medicial Officer.
Total Resume Credits: 77 Acting Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Ronnie A. Feinberg was born on October 10th, 1932 in San Francisco , California. The towering Feinberg (6'8") can be seen playing the character Fellini opposite Don Johnson in the postapocalyptic film A Boy and His Dog. Ron made a number of appearance on Mission: Impossible. He also voiced King Caliphim, the Lord of the Dead, and Gruff in King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow. He was also the voice for 'Raiden' from one installment of Mortal Kombat. He appeared as the mentally incapable Benny Apa in the 1968 "Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember" episode of Hawaii Five-O where he was arrested for involuntary manslaughter of a college student. He also appeared in two other Hawai'i Five-0 episodes: Little Girl Blue and "No Bottles, No Cans, No People." During the 1980s, he taught drama classes at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. He also voiced Eeyore in Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons in '81, memorable guest villain Titanus in three episodes of the 1994 season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the tuba in Disney's Belle's Magical World in 1998. Ron passed away on January 29th, 2005 in Los Angeles, California.

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Ben 'Ryan' Ganger

TaleSpin Voice:
Oscar Vandersnoot (Captains Outrageous)

Disney Productions:
Dinosaurs (Caveling)

Non-Disney Productions:
Tiny Toons (Duncan)
Flowers in the Attic (Cory Dollanganger)
Murder She Wrote (Boy #2)
Fantastic Max (Fantastic Max)
Ed Wood (Angry Kid)

Animation Debut: Webster (1986) - Jack Ossofsky/ Who's Julia? - Timmy.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Oscar Vandersnoot.
Most Recent Credits: Babyface Nelson (1996) - Young Benny.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Acting Credits, 1 Stunts Credit.

Comments: Ben Ganger was born on December 28th, 1979 in Los Angeles, California. Ben Ganger is a 1994 Regional Gymnastics Champion and a runner up in the 1992 International Karate Championships. He had a starring role in the 1987 movie, "Flowers in the Attic" (he was only eight years old at that time.) and 1988 cartoon series: "Fantastic Max" (as Fantastic Max.). His dream is to become an entrepreneur and enter politics. He was only 10/11 years old when he voiced Oscar Vandersnoot in the TaleSpin Episode 'Captains Outrageous' in 1990 . He now attends William & Mary University.

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Linda Gary

TaleSpin Voices:
Muffy Vandershreme (A Touch of Glass)
Kit's Spelling Teacher (Vowel Play)
Laundermat Hippo (Vowel Play)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Queen of England, Aphroducky, Additional Voices)
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (The Spinster)
Darkwing Duck (Principal Farnsworth, Henry's Mother)
Bonkers (Helga, Lady in "The Pitts & Smart" Cartoon)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Female Villager, Fortune Teller, Sea Witch)

Non-Disney Productions:
Spider-Man (Aunt May)
The Smurfs (Darne Barbara)
Happily Ever After (Marina)
He-Man (Teela)
Joyride to Nowhere (Boutique Clerk)

Debut: Lady Frankenstein (1971) - Tania Frankenstein/Spectreman - Walla/My Name Is Rocco Papaleo - Jenny.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Queen of England, Aphroducky, Additional Voices.
Final Credits: Spider-Man (1997) - Aunt May Parker, Mother.
Total Resume Credits: 83 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits.

Comments: Linda Gary Dewoskin was born on November 4th, 1944 in California. She married actor Charles Howerton on December 21, 1967 and had two daughters, Alexis and Dana. Gary was also stepmother to Howerton's daughter from his previous marriage, Lynn Howerton. She and Charles found acting work in Rome, Italy in the 1970s where they learned Italian and wound up working in films and commercials as well as doing English language dubbing in Italy, Spain and Germany.Gary worked as a voice-over artist in animation and also appeared in two live-action films, 1977's Joyride To Nowhere with husband Charles Howerton and 1980's Cruising[2] with Al Pacino. She lent her voice in such movies as Wolfen and Switch. Linda played Dr. Maura Cassidy on Lee Hansen's "Alien Worlds". Linda voiced different characters on several Hanna-Barbera television series; Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, The Smurfs as Dame Barbara in one episode, Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats as Mrs. Vandergelt, The Pirates of Dark Water, where she did additional voices and Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron as Doctor Abby Sinian. She voiced Queen Morbidia & Nicara in The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. The ABC Weekend Special was a Saturday morning TV series that aired from 1977 to 1997. It featured stories in both the live-action and animated realms. Linda's voice could be heard on Scruffy, The Puppy Saves the Circus, The Amazing Bunjee Venture, The Return of the Bunjee, The Velveteen Rabbit and The Magic Flute. During the 1980s, Gary did several guest voice-over appearances in such Disney television series as Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, TaleSpin, The Little Mermaid series and Bonkers. She voiced a gazelle and a hippo on the Lion King read-along cassette story, The Brightest Star. She also voiced Maleficent and the Opening narrator in 'Fantasmic'. She voiced Muffy Vanderschmere in TaleSpin. She narrated Disney read-along stories in 1977; Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and It's a Small World. She also narrated a quartet of the Rainbow Brite read-along stories. Linda voiced Chromia on the 1985 Transformers animated series as well as several other characters throughout the series. Linda voiced Aunt May on two different Spider-Man animated series. The first one was the short-lived 1981 Spider-Man with Ted Schwartz as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and the first season of the 1994-1998 Spider-Man: The Animated Series with Christopher Daniel Barnes as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. She was later replaced by Julie Bennett. Her voice acting was mostly for the Filmation studio. She voiced characters in several of Filmation's TV series such as The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!, BlackStar, and as the title character in Web Woman. Linda voiced Jane on an episode of Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle. Gary also did voice work on He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and She-Ra: Princess of Power. She was reunited with fellow voice over actors Alan Oppenheimer and George DiCenzo from BlackStar.She provided many of the female voices on He-Man such as Teela, Evil-Lyn, the Sorceress of Castle Grayskull and Queen Marlena as well as several from She-Ra like Madame Razz, Glimmer, Shadow Weaver, Scorpia and Entrapta. She voiced several films for Filmation such as He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword, Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night, He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special and Happily Ever After as Critterina and Marina. Gary voiced the role of Grandma Longneck in The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure, The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving and The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists. In video games, she provided voices in several adventure games such as King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow as the Oracle, Red Chess Queen, Mother Ghost and Queen Allaria, Thayer's Quest as Lady In The Woodlands and Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers as Grandma Knight/Tetelo. Linda Gary passed away on October 5th, 1995 in North Hollywood, California due to brain cancer.

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Liz Georges

TaleSpin Voice:
Myra (In Search of Ancient Blunders)

Disney Productions:
Mighty Joe Young (Jason's Mother)

Non-Disney Productions:
AHHH! Real Monsters (Sandy Candy)
Spider-Man (Debra Whitman)
Vytor the Starfire Champion (Skyla, Lyria)
The Wizard of Oz [Animated USA TV Series] (Dorothy)
In My Daughter's Name (Reporter)

Debut: Dallas (1981) – Unknown.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Myra.
Most Recent Credits: As Told By Ginger (2009) - Courtney Gripling.
Total Resume Credits: 26 Acting Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Liz started her career with Dallas in 1981. Spider-Man will remember Liz Georges voiced Debra Whitman; Skyla and Lyria in Vytor the Starfire Champion, Sandy Candy in AHHH! Real Monsters and she also voiced Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz in 1990. She also appeared in the movies In My Daughter's Name and Mr. Saturday and played guest roles in Mad About You, Seinfeld, Roseanne and The Famous Teddy Z.

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Joan Gerber

TaleSpin Voice:
Helga (The Balooest Of The Bluebloods)

Disney Productions:
Christmas At Walt Disney World (Evil Fairy)
Ducktales (Mrs. Beakly, Glittering Goldie O'Gilt, Webwa Walters, Mrs. Quackenbush, Skittles' Mother, Woman in Hair Salon/Elevator, Additional Voices)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Mrs. Beakly)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Zsa Zsa Labrador)
Darkwing Duck (Gerdie)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Babies)
Goof Troop (Teacher)

Non-Disney Productions:
Roger Ramjet (Dee, Lotta Love)
Corn On The Cop (Granny, Ghost Trick-or-Treater)
Charlotte's Web (Mrs. Zuckerman/Mrs. Fussy)
Heidi's Song (Rottenmeier)
The Oddball Couple (Goldie)

Debut: Matty's Funday Funnies (1959) - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Mrs. Bentina Beakly, Glittering Goldie O'Gilt, Webwa Walters, Mrs. Quackenbush, Skittles' Mother, Additiona Voices.
Final Credits: Duck Dodgers (2003) - Klunkin Woman, Leslie's Mother.
Total Resume Credits: 121 Acting Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Self Credit, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Born in Detroit, Michigan on July 29th, 1935; she started as a voice actor in the early 1960's being on such shows as The Bugs Bunny Show; Matty's Funday Funnies, Roger Ramjet (as Dee), Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (As Irma Boyle) and Corn on the Cop. She is mostly a pure voice actress; Many Disney Television Animation fans will remember her in Ducktales (both the movie and the Television series.) voicing the role or Mrs. Beakly; Scrooge's maid. She also did vocal effects for the movie Explorers in 1985 and was the voice of Mrs. Zuckerman in the animated movie Charlotte's Web. She also starred Irma Boyle as a special guest on "Love; American Style" in 1972. Her first voice role was "all the children in a Japanese train wreck" for a Godzilla television episode. She voiced Freddy the Flute for H.R. Pufnstuf, which she identified as a favorite role.She also voiced the Queen of Oz in the animated cartoon Dorothy in the Land of Oz. She was described as talented and possessing a "golden throat" and a "splendid singing voice". She has one daughter from her marriage to Frank Dowse.Gerber died on August 22, 2011 in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 76.

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Ellen Gerstell

TaleSpin Voice:
Katie Dodd (For Whom The Bell Klangs)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Ample Grime, Policewoman)

Non-Disney Productions:
Dragon's Lair (Princess Daphne)
My Little Pony: The Movie (Magic Star)
Tenchi Muyo! In Love (Mihoshi)
JoJo's Cirus (Alana)
Monchichis (Tootoo)

Debut: Monchichis (1983) – Tootoo.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Katie Dodd.
Most Recent Credits: CarGo (2017) - Mrs. Edsel, Stage Manager, Mother Car/Bethany - Marcy/Limelight - Thanks/The Condo - Thanks.
Total Resume Credits: 36 Acting Credits, 5 Thanks Credit.

Comments: Ellen (Also credited as Jean Schwartz) began in 1983 voicing Tootoo in the television series "Monchichis". Her most memorible role was voicing Princess Daphne in the well known Television series Dargon's Lair. She also was in several movies including Tenchi Muyo! In Love and Pretty Sammy (as Mihoshi) and was the voice of Magic Star in My Little Pony: The Movie. She also appeared as a special guest on Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys. Apparently she also made an appearance on $100,000 Pyramid; but there is no evidence of a date.

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Dan Gilvezan

TaleSpin Voice:
Better Business Boot Camp Seminar Leader (Pizza Pie in the Sky)

Disney Productions:
WITCH (Tony Vandom)

Non-Disney Productions:
3rd Rock from the Sun (News Anchor)
Perfect Strangers (Lance)
White Mile (Goldberg)
The Colony (Steve Barnett)
Spider-Man: Amazing Friends (Peter Parker/SpiderMan)

Debut: The White Shadow (1980) - Reunion Attendee.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Better Business Boot Camp Seminar Leader.
Most Recent Credits: Feud (2017) - Bette's Agent.
Total Resume Credits: 100 Acting Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Dan was born on October 26th, 1950 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Gilvezan was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Webster University with a B.A. in drama and later earned a Master's degree from The Catholic University of America. Soon afterwards he began touring with the National Players company in Washington D.C. From the mid-to-late 1970s, he appeared in plays in summer stock, children's theater and dinner theater. In 1980, while doing an on-camera commercial he met an agent from The Danis, Panaro & Nist agency and signed on with them. His first voice-over role was as Spider-Man in Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, which continued for three seasons. In 1984, he voiced Bumblebee on Transformers. According to an interview in the Transformers Collectors Club magazine, Gilvezan auditioned for both the part of Spike Witwicky and the part of Bumblebee in "The Transformers", but was only given the role of Bumblebee because the produces did not want the two characters to be played by the same person.[1] Dan Gilvezan also voiced Outback, Hot Spot and Snapdragon on the show and reprised Bumblebee in the 1986 feature film The Transformers: The Movie. Gilvezan also worked on Jem, providing a few guest roles on various episodes, though he did play (with a British accent) a recurring character called Sean Harrison, one of Kimber's many crushes, who almost proposed to her at the end of the second season. Later, he voiced Slip Stream on G.I. Joe, Brick Bradley/Bugman on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for two episodes, as well as Dirk Courage in Spiral Zone. Gilvezan also played Cooler in Hanna-Barbera's Pound Puppies TV series, Questar on Dino-Riders, Rolf in The Legend of Prince Valiant and Henry Mitchell and Ruff the Dog on the short-lived The All-New Dennis the Menace series. Gilvezan returned to the Spider-Man Universe to lend his voice to Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099 in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. In an interview with 2D-X.com, he stated "After a 25 year hiatus, I feel I finally have a grasp of the character. Seriously, the whole experience has been a delight." Gilvezan later reprised his role as Bumblebee in the video game Transformers: Devastation. Gilvezan voiced Pat Dugan in the direct-to-video film Justice League: Gods and Monsters. Gilvezan is also a published author, having written books such as Drowned in the Grenadine, a fictional story of a failed actor seeking to make a comeback, and Bumblebee and Me: Life as a G1 Transformer, an autobiographical recollection of his work on the original Transformers animated series and its effect on his life and career. He has also guest starred on many television shows, including The Bernie Mac Show, NYPD Blue, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Family Ties, ALF, thirtysomething, Punky Brewster, Archie Bunker's Place, Newhart, Who's the Boss?, Moonlighting, Normal, Ohio, Perfect Strangers, Sisters, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Step by Step, Evening Shade, Alice, Bette, Bones and Boston Legal. Gilvezan played a reporter on two episodes of Hill Street Blues, appeared as Kent Beudine on several episodes of Diagnosis Murder and starred as Skip Seville on She-Wolf of London. Between 1981-1988, he appeared in commercials as the spokesperson for Jack in the Box restaurants.

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Patrick Gorman

TaleSpin Voice:
Martin Torque (From Here To Machinery)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin was his only appearance.

Non-Disney Productions:
Gettysburg (Major General John Bell Hood)
Above the Law (CIA Interrogator)
McGyver (Gilbert Arnaud)
Renegade (Amos Crane)
Happy Days (Jacques du Bois)

Debut: Three Days Of Condor (1975) - Martin/Ourstory - John Alden.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Martin Torque.
Most Recent Credits: Cockroaches (2017) - Pilot/Garage Sale - Frank Martin.
Total Resume Credits: 95 Acting Credits, 1 Misc. Credit, 2 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Born as Patrick O. Gorman; Patrick has appeared as a performer in almost all phases of entertainment. He was born in Visalia, California. Although he's been in SAG over 50 years, he began his professional career as a dancer. He was with Judy Garland at the Palace on Broadway and Donald O'Connor and Sammy Davis, Jr. in Vegas. After his military service he was a clown at the Cirque Medrano (Paris, France) and was the only American in "How To Succed In Business Without Really Trying" (also Paris). Patrick performed in television, film and stage in France before appearing in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival. He has appeared on and off Broadway and spent time in such prestigious repertory companies as Seattle Rep, ACT (San Francisco) and Actor's Theatre Louisville, among others. His two favorite roles in theatre were 'Truffaldino' in "The Servant of Two Masters' and the prosecuting attorney in "In the Matterof J. Robert Oppenheimer," both at Seattle Rep. In television and film his favorites are 'Jacques Du Bois,' the arrogant French fencer in "The Duel" on "Happy Days" and 'Major General John Bell Hood' in the films, "Gettysburg" and "Gods & Generals." Patrick still trains, is a Black Belt in Aikido, and along with acting, his passions are poker, chess, Japanese calligraphy and the Foreign Language Committee for the Oscars.

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Benny Grant

TaleSpin Voice:
Jungle Ace Member (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
Aladdin The Series (Boy)

Non-Disney Productions:
Burning Rangers (Shou Amabane)
The Secret World of Alex Mack (Toby Ward)
Step by Step (Pete)
Boy Meets World (John)
Fudge (Hank)

Debut: Night Court (1990) - Tony Jr./ The Fanelli Boys- Young Anthony/ Bobby's World - Additional Voices/ TaleSpin - Jungle Ace Member.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Jungle Ace Member.
Most Recent Credits: Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999) - Baxter/ Party Of Five - Hockey Player #1.
Total Resume Credits: 21 Acting Credits.

Comments: While not much is known about Benny Grant; we do know that he like R.J. Williams and many other child characters was voiced by a youth. Benny has done mostly live-action work and mostly as a special guest such as Step by Step, Boy Meets World, Fudge and The Secret World of Alex Mack. He also has few voice acting credits with TaleSpin, Aladdin The TV Series and Problem Child being the only known voices. He is mostly a stage and theatre child from 1991-1993 on Lost in Yonkers. Benny also did the English voice of Shou in the Sega firefighting game Burning Rangers.

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Edan Gross

TaleSpin Voice:
Bobbo (Flight School Confidential)

Disney Productions:
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too (Christopher Robin)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Flounder)
Disney Princess Collection: Giggles (Flounder)

Non-Disney Productions:
Little Dracula (Little Dracula)
Child's Play 2 (Friendly Chucky's Voice)
Best of the Best (Walter Grady)
Free Spirit (Gene Harper)
Lisa (Ralph)

Debut: Trapper John, M.D. (1985) - Joshua Gordon.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Bobbo.
Most Recent Credits: Disney Princess Collection: Giggles (1999) - Flounder.
Total Resume Credits: 48 Acting Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 3 Self Credits.

Comments: Edan Gross was born in 1978 and has a second degree black belt in American Tang Soo Do [karate]. Earned his 1st. degree black belt in American Tang Soo Do Karate in August of 1987 under Master Dennis Ichikawa [a former Chuck Norris student]. Earned his 2nd. degree black belt in May of 1994 in American Tang Soo Do Karate under Master Mark Cox [a student of Dennis Ichikawa]. He appeared in many guest spots on many popular television programs in the 1980s and 1990s including Cheers, Murphy Brown, The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Newhart, Highway to Heaven, Married… with Children, Northern Exposure, and Herman's Head. He was also featured as a regular on the short-lived sitcoms Sweet Surrender (NBC, 1987), Free Spirit (ABC, 1989–1990) and Walter & Emily (NBC, 1991–1992). Additionally, Gross was the voice of the Good Guy dolls in Child's Play, the "Corky doll" from the Cricket doll series, the title character of the animated series Little Dracula, Flounder on the animated series The Little Mermaid and Waif in the computer game Return to Zork.. He also voiced Tyrone Turtle on Tiny Toon Adventures, Christopher Robin on the Christmas special Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too, Merton on the ABC Weekend Special Runaway Ralph, Bitsy on the Yogi Bear special Yogi's Great Escape and did various voices on The Ren and Stimpy Show, TaleSpin, Pound Puppies, ProStars, Timeless Tales from Hallmark, Superman and Wally on the television special The Halloween Tree.

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Phil Hartman

TaleSpin Voice:
Ace London (Mach One for the Gipper)

Disney Productions:
The Brave Little Toaster (Air Conditioner, Hanging Lamp)
Ducktales (Captain Frye)
Darkwing Duck (Paddywhack)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Simpsons (Troy McClure, Lionel Hutz)
Saturday Night Live (Himself/Various)
Small Soliders (Phil Fimple)
Blasto [PlayStation Video Game] (Blasto)
Kiki's Delivery Service (Jiji: English Dub)

Debut: Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo (1979) - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Captain Frye.
Final Credits: Autospy: The Last Hours Of (2016) - Himself: Archive Footage; The Eighties - Himself: Archive Footage;
Total Resume Credits: 90 Acting Credits, 9 Writer Credits, 12 Soundtrack Credits, 3 Thanks Credits, 35 Self Credits, 60 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Philip Edward Hartmann was born on September 24, 1948, in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Although he was born in Canada, the family left when Phil was young, and he spent the majority of his childhood in Connecticut and Southern California. He later obtained his American citizenship in the early 1990s. He often would visit his homeland of Canada throughout his career, and the City of Brantford even erected a plaque on the Walk of Fame in the town in honor of Phil's career and memory. The Humber College Comedy: Writing & Performance program in Toronto, Ontario, also has an award in Phil's memory that is given out to their Post-Graduate comedy students. He originally studied Graphic Design at California State University. He began to work part time as a graphic artist, designing album covers for such bands as Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young (see Crosby Stills Nash & Young) and Poco. In 1975, alongside doing album work, Phil joined the California comedy troupe, The Groundlings. While in The Groundlings, Phil worked with Paul Reubens and Jon Lovitz, who became good friends of his until his death. Phil and Paul created the character Pee Wee Herman together, and Phil even had a role on "Pee-wee's Playhouse" (1986) as pirate Captin' Carl. In 1986, Phil joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" (1975) and was on the show for a record of 8 seasons (which was later broken by Tim Meadows). Phil played a wide range of characters including: Frank Sinatra, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Ed McMahon, Barbara Bush, and many others. He was known to help out other writers who wanted to get their sketches read and onto the show. He held "Saturday Night Live" (1975) together during his 8-year reign, thus the nickname he garnered while on the show, "The Glue." Phil was also known for his voice work on commercials and cartoons. He was probably most well known for the voices of Troy McClure and Lionel Hutz on the animated comedy "The Simpsons" (1989). He also provided other minor voices for "The Simpsons" (1989). Phil left "Saturday Night Live" (1975) in 1994, and in 1995, was cast in the critically acclaimed NBC show "NewsRadio" (1995) as arrogant radio show host Bill McNeal. After Phil's death, Phil's good friend Jon Lovitz attempted to fill the void as Max Lewis on "NewsRadio" (1995), but the struggling show's ratings dropped, and the show later fizzled out and ended in 1999. Phil had an interesting career in movies, mostly playing supporting characters. He was the lead in Houseguest (1995) and was also in Greedy (1994), Jingle All the Way (1996), Sgt. Bilko (1996), and his last live action film, Small Soldiers (1998). His last role was the English language dub of Majo no takkyûbin (1989), as the quick-witted cat Jiji, which featured Small Soldiers co-star Kirsten Dunst in the lead voice role. On May 28th, 1998, Phil was shot to death while sleeping in his Encino, California home by his wife, Brynn Hartman.

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Billie Hayes

TaleSpin Voices:
Babyface Half Nelson's Mother (Bringing Down Babyface)
Crazy Edie (The Sound and the Furry)

Disney Productions:
The Black Claudron (Orgoch)
Darkwing Duck (Granny Whammy)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
WITCH (Emily)

Non-Disney Productions:
Pufnstuf (Witchiepoo)
H.R. Pufnstuf (Witchiepoo)
Li'l Abner (Pansy Mammy Yokum)
Lidsville (Weenie the Geenie)
The Murder of Sherlock Holmes (Peter Pan at Party)

Debut: Li'L Abner (1959) - Pansy Mammy Yokum.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Babyface Half Nelson's Mother, Crazy Eddie.
Most Recent Credits: Transformers: Rescue Bots (2016) - Mrs. Neederlander.
Total Resume Credits: 50 Acting Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Self Credits.

Comments: Born on April 11th, 1932 in DuQuoin, Illinois. Her characteristic cackle and animated physicality were notable during the show's 17-episode run in 1969–70. She reprised this role in The Paul Lynde Halloween Special. Hayes portrayed a similar character in other roles, including Episode 8.10 of Bewitched ("Hansel and Gretel in Samantha-Land"), Weenie the Genie in the Sid and Marty Krofft program Lidsville, and Maw Weskitt in Episode 39 of the second season of The Monkees ("Hillbilly Honeymoon"). Hayes played Mammy Yokum in both the Broadway and film versions of Li'l Abner, appeared on the soap opera General Hospital as Robert Scorpio's mentor, "O'Reilly" in 1981 and 1985, and did the voiceover for the character Mother Mae-Eye on the animated series Teen Titans and the character Granny Applecheeks in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy. Hayes also had a short role in The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald as One-Eyed Sally. Her first voice role was as a character named Orgoch on the Disney feature film The Black Cauldron in 1985. Other voice work has included roles on cartoons such as The Further Adventures of SuperTed, Johnny Bravo, W.I.T.C.H., The Batman, Tale Spin, and Darkwing Duck. Hayes is the president of the animal rescue organization Pet Hope, which she founded in 1984 to care for and find homes for abandoned animals. On her personal website, Hayes offers autographed photos for donations to Pet Hope as charity.

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Whitby Hertford

TaleSpin Voice:
Ernie (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Boy)
The Little Mermaid (Crabscout #3, Ollie, Rex)
Aladdin The Series (Boy)

Non-Disney Productions:
Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Jacob)
Jurassic Park (Volunteer Boy)
FOX's Peter Pan & The Pirates (Michael Darling)
Land Before Time III (Hypec)
Poltergiest II: The Other Side (Kane's People)

Debut: The Twilight Zone (1986) - Young Boy/ Second Serve - Richard, Young Renee/ My Sister Sam - Damien/ Poltergiest II: The Other Side - Kane's People.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Ernie.
Most Recent Credits: Prettyface (2016) - Charlie
Total Resume Credits: 77 Acting Credits, 13 Writer Credits, 10 Producer Credits, 1 Director Credit, 1 Composer Credit, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Self Credits.

Comments: Whitby Flint Hertford was born in Provo, Utah on November 2nd, 1978. Another very young talent; Whitby Hertford played the role of Jacob in Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (He won an Young Artist Award for that role in 1989) and appearing in the CG/live action film Jurassic Park; The Land Before Time III (as Hypec) and the movie Poltergiest II. He would be only 12 years old when he voiced Ernie for the episodes Bullethead Baloo and Captains Outrageous. Whitby Hertford was raised in Oak Park, California, and is a graduate of the University of Utah's Actor Training Program. Whit began his career at the age of three. He is the brother of Chelsea Hertford ("Major Dad" (1989), American Beauty (1999) and Brighton Hertford ("General Hospital" (1963) and The Work and the Glory (2004)). He is married to to actress Heidi Klein. Whit also appeared at a birthday during the Ratt song "Lay It Down" in 1985.

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Jerry Houser

TaleSpin Voices:
Dick Tracey Crook (Molly Coddled)
Walrus Police Officer (Bullethead Baloo)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Hamilton "Ham" String)
Aladdin (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Beast, Spud, Duke)

Non-Disney Productions:
K-9000 (Niner)
The Brady's (Wally Logan)
The Class '44 (Oscy)
Summer of '42 (Oscy)
Slapshot (Dave "Killer" Carlson)

Debut: Room 222 (1971) - Victor/Summer Of '42 - Oscy.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Dick Tracey Crook, Walrus Police Officer.
Most Recent Credits: Danger Rangers (2008) – Producer, Sully, Cop.
Total Resume Credits: 98 Acting Credits, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 2 Self Credits.

Comments: Born in Los Angeles, California on July 14th, 1952; Jerry Houser started his career in 1971 as Oscy in the film Summer of '42. Some fans might remember Jerry Houser as the voice of Sandstorm in "The Transformers" and played the role of Dave "Killer" Carlson in the movie Slapshot and played Wally Logan in the future spin-off's of the classic TV series The Brady Bunch. He was also a special guest on such shows as Simon & Simon, The FBI, and Maude.Has been the voice of one of the Keebler Elves since the 1980's, also provides voice-over work for Focus on the Family's "Adventures in Odyssey", most recently as the criminal Jellyfish and does voice over work for Best-Buy stores and can be heard on in-store ads. He also did an unsold comedy pilot for a series called Three Times Daley, starring Houser and Don Adams, aired on CBS on August 3, 1976. It was about three generations of a family trying to live together under one roof and does National Arbor Day Foundation commercials as the voice of Carly Cardinal.

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Robert Ito

TaleSpin Voice:
Wan Lo (Last Horizons)

Disney Productions:
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Chow Ming)
Darkwing Duck (Goose Lee)
Bonkers (Police Chief Tetsuo)
Gargoyles (Dr. Sato)
Aladdin The Series (Xin, Xang)
Quack Pack (Dr. William Wu)
The Proud Family (Khan)
Tokyo Mater (Ito-San)
Mater's Tall Tales (Ito-San)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Omega Code (Mr. Kawashima, Story Consultant)
The Karate Kid (Miyagi Yakuga)
Animaniacs (Mr. Kato)
The Omega Code (Shimoro Lin Che)
MythQuest (Mosaku)

Debut: I Spy (1965) - Driver.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Wan Lo/ Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers - Chow Ming.
Most Recent Credits: Too Much TV (2016) - Sam Fujiyama: Archive Footage.
Total Resume Credits: 135 Acting Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 2nd, 1931. Robert Ito's carrer started in many less known films in the late 1960's starting with Women of the Prehistoric Planet (as Tang) and Dimension 5 (as Sato) in 1966. He was also a regular preformer on the Burns and Schreiber Comedy Hour. Robert Ito specializes in providing voices of characters of Asian decendent (another voice actor in that vein is Anderson Wong.). He will be best remembered for being the voice of Miyagi Yakuga in the animated TV series The Karate Kid. He also made special guest appearances on The King of Queens, Once a Thief, Chicago Hope, The X-Files, Highlander and E.N.G. mostly to act characters of Asian decendent. Ito was for many years a dancer with the National Ballet of Canada before turning to acting in the mid-1960s.

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Stan Jones

TaleSpin Voice:
Hans (The Balooest of the Bluebloods)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin is his only known appearance.

Non-Disney Productions:
Malibu Nights (Coroner Wong)
Heathcliff (Riff Raff)
Little Shop of Horrors (Narrator)
Hitler (Martin Bormann)
Transformers (Scourge)

Debut: Frontier (1955) - Unknown.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Hans.
Final Credits: Malibu Nights (1997) - Coroner Wong.
Total Resume Credits: 54 Acting Credits, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on October 23rd, 1926 as Gordon Stanley Jones. Some fans will remember him voicing Riff Raff in the Healthcliff TV series and movie which stars Mel Blanc. He's been on other cartoons and animated films including The Little Shop of Horrors (Narrator); The Pebble & The Penguin (as McCallister), Transformers (Lord Zarak, Scourge) and Challenge of the Super Friends (as Lex Luthor). He also made a special appearance on Beverly Hills 90210. He also played the role of Martin Bormann in the movie Hitler and Coroner Wong in Malibu Nights. Stanley died of heart diease on December 30th, 1998.

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Richard Karron

TaleSpin Voice:
Waldo (Jolly Molly Christmas)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Joke Store Owner, Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Slick)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Ebb)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
Quack Pack (Dr. Jackson)
Timon & Pumbaa (Herman, Eddie The Snake)

Non-Disney Productions:
Fatso (Sonny)
Weird Science (Mr. Brinkman)
Good Tim Harry (Lenny)
History Of The World, Part One (Prehistoric Man)
The World's Greatest Lover (Body Guard)

Debut: Baretta (1975) - Malcolm/ Kojak - Alley Oop.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Waldo.
Most Recent Credits: Ready To Rumble (2000) - Sanitation Guy/ The Flintstones In Viva Rock Vegas - Bronto Crane.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Acting Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit.

Comments: Richard Karant was born on April 11th, 1934 in Bronx, New York. He worked as a rather friendly bouncer at "Catch A Rising Star" on 1st and 72nd Street, New York City in the mid to late seventies before being discovered by Dustin Hoffman and asked to audition for a role in a play in which he was appearing at the time. His photo could be seen in the club carrying Hoffman who was smiling in the photo. Richard Karron began in 1973 on the television series Kojak and has been on such television series as Charles & Co. (as Milton Bibermon), Teachers Only (Mr. Pafley) and Good Time Harry (as Lenny). Richard also appeared in movie such as Fatso (Sonny), Mad Bull (Yapopotsky) and most recently Ready to Rumble and The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (Bronto Crane). Richard has been a special guest on CHiPs as Fred (1977); Starsky & Hutch, Weird Science, Laverne & Shirley, Charlie's Angels as Big Larry (1979) and most recently in 3rd Rock from the Sun as Jimmy (1997.). Richard's doesn't have many animation credits to speak of; but he was the voice of Sweaty Pete in Pinky and The Brain. Richard died on March 1st, 2017 in Wilimington, North Carolina.

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Maurice LaMarche

TaleSpin Voices:
Owl Capone (My Fair Baloo)
Rooster Doorman (My Fair Baloo)
General Patton (Mach One for The Gipper)

Disney Productions:
DTV Doggone Valentine (Announcer)
DTV Monster Hits (Clark)
Ducktales (Count Roy)
Bonkers (Mr. Blackenblue, Aloysius "Al" Vermin, Smarts)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Scuttle)
Quack Pack (Backwater Jack)
Timon & Pumbaa (Hotel Manager, Jacob Marley, Captain Ahab, Hotel Manager)
Mickey Mouse Works (Mortimer)
Pepper Ann (Leo Lilly, Chuck Pearson, Reno Diggety, Frankie, Uncle Harry)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Ambassador)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Lumiere)
The Legend of Tarzan (Prisoner, Ship Captain)
Disney Golf Video Game (Mortimer)
House of Mouse (Mortimer Mouse, Scuttle, March Hare, Ratigan, Basil of Baker Street)
101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventure (Horace)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Musketeers (The Beagle Boys)
Kim Possible: So the Drama (Big Daddy Brotherson)
Kim Possible (Professor Acari, Dr. Harris, Dr. Kramer, Gemini, Cable Guy, Sciencist #1)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Various)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voice)
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Scuttle)
The Replacements (Fleemco Workers, Guy In Jerky Suit)
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Medium Beagle Boy)
Wreck-It Ralph (Root Beer Tapper)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Mortimer Mouse)
Frozen (King)
The 7D (Grumpy)
Zootopia (Mr. Big)
Penn Zero: Part Time Hero (Additional Voices, Narrator, Fredricks)
Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil (King Pony Head, Robot Guards, Squares)
Lion Guard (Kifaru)

Non-Disney Productions:
Pinky and the Brain (Brain)
Inspector Gadget (Chief Quimby [Regular])
Cool World (Mash)
Dexter's Laboratory (Dick McMan)
Space Jam (Pepe Lepew)

Debut: Sidestreet (1975) - Young Man On Street.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Count Roy; DTV Monster Hits - Clark; DTV Doggone Valentine - Announcer.
Most Recent Credits: What Lives Under The Bed (2018) - Frank.
Total Resume Credits: 325 Acting Credits, 12 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 4 Thanks Credits, 28 Self Credits, 13 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Toronto, Ontario ,Canada on March 30th, 1958. LaMarche's career would gradually progress, playing comedy clubs all over the U.S., with several appearances on Merv Griffin and "An Evening At The Improv", but in spite of such interest, LaMarche always believed that, while his impersonations and stage presence were strong, he needed to develop funnier comedy material. Despite being so critical of himself, LaMarche would be granted the opportunity of being part of the 1985 HBO production, Rodney Dangerfield Hosts the 9th Annual Young Comedians Special, on which also appeared Bob Saget, Rita Rudner, Louie Anderson, Yakov Smirnoff, and the breakout first appearance of Sam Kinison. Although he was received (and reviewed) favorably, in looking back on his own performance in that special, LaMarche believed he was "probably about five years away from going from being a good comedian to being a great comedian" and being the "only impressionist that actually comes from somewhere". During his standup career, LaMarche opened for such acts as Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, Howie Mandel, David Sanborn and Donna Summer, usually in the main showrooms of Las Vegas and Atlantic City. LaMarche's first entrance into the voiceover industry was in 1980 in Easter Fever and Take Me Up to the Ball Game, two Canadian films from Nelvana. LaMarche began on Inspector Gadget and went on to Dennis the Menace, Popeye and Son and The Real Ghostbusters. After The Real Ghostbusters, LaMarche became a regular mainstay of the voiceover industry appearing in such shows as Tiny Toon Adventures, GI Joe, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series, Taz-Mania, Where's Waldo, The Little Mermaid, Batman: The Animated Series, and Bonkers before landing perhaps his most recognized role in 1993 as The Brain on Animaniacs (and later its spin-off show Pinky and the Brain). Much of his best known voicework is from Futurama where he voiced Zapp Brannigan's beleaguered assistant Kif Kroker, melodramatic soap acting unit Calculon, the Caligula-esque Hedonismbot, and Lrr, Supreme Ruler of Omicron Persei 8, among numerous others. He has also done his Orson Welles impression on the show, winning a 2011 Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Emmy for his portrayal of Lrrr and Orson Welles in episode "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences". He won another Emmy the following year for Futurama episode "The Silence of the Clamps". LaMarche acted, voice only, in the second episode of the hit NBC show Heroes, "Don't Look Back", as the villain Sylar. The role of Sylar was later played by Zachary Quinto. LaMarche appeared in many films, including dubbing the voice of Orson Welles over Vincent D'Onofrio's on-camera performance in Ed Wood; Pepé Le Pew in Space Jam; supplying the voice of the Alec Baldwin puppet in Team America: World Police, and reprising his roles from Queer Duck and Futurama in the direct-to-video films Queer Duck: The Movie and Futurama: Bender's Big Score, respectively. His one on-camera theatrical film performance was in the 1981 Canadian feature Funny Farm, not to be confused with a later Chevy Chase vehicle of the same name. LaMarche played Dickie Lyons, an impressionist who befriends the main character, Mark Champlin. The film also starred Howie Mandel, Eileen Brennan, and Miles Chapin. In Mark Hamill's 2004 movie Comic Book: The Movie, LaMarche made a rare live appearance to be in the special features of the DVD alongside Pinky and the Brain co-star Rob Paulsen. Among other gags, he re-enacted his impression of Orson Welles' famous frozen peas commercial outtake.

"The same thing we do every night Pinky! Try to take over Chia World!"- Brain, Pinky and the Brain, 1998.

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David L. Lander

TaleSpin Voice:
Weazel (Vowel Play)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Da Shrimp)
Jungle Cubs (Arthur)
Quack Pack (Nocturno)
101 Dalmations: The Series (Horace Badun)
A Bug's Life (Thumper)
Recess (Leonard Weems)

Non-Disney Productions:
1941 (Joe)
The 12 Chairs (Engineer Bruns)
Used Cars (Freddy Paris)
Funland (Bruce Burger)
Cracking Up (Various Characters)

Debut: Romp!! (1968) – Writer.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Weazel.
Most Recent Credits: Spongebob SquarePants (2016) - Donnie.
Total Resume Credits: 107 Acting Credits, 5 Soundtrack Credits, 5 Writer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 39 Self Credits, 2 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Brooklyn, New York on June 22nd, 1947 and also Lander was born David Leonard Landau in Brooklyn, New York, to schoolteacher parents. He is best known for his role of Andrew "Squiggy" Squiggman on the situation comedy Laverne & Shirley from 1976 to 1982 along with sitcom sidekick Lenny, played by Michael McKean. He also played "Tanning Intruder" in "Christmas with the Kranks." Lander's partnership with McKean began during their acting classes at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh where they developed the characters of Lenny and Squiggy. After Pittsburgh they teamed up in the Los Angeles-based comedy ensemble The Credibility Gap. The duo released an album as Lenny and the Squigtones in 1979 featuring Christopher Guest on guitar, credited as Nigel Tufnel, a name Guest would later reuse in the spoof rock band Spinal Tap. Lander and McKean also appeared together in the 1979 Steven Spielberg comedy 1941, and the 1980 Kurt Russell film Used Cars. Lander and McKean lent their vocal talents to the animated TV series Oswald, which ran from 2001-2004. Lander and McKean voiced the characters of the penguin cousins Henry and Louie, respectively. Lander has also appeared in numerous other TV shows and movies including The Bob Newhart Show, Barney Miller, Happy Days, Viva Valdez, Married... with Children, Twin Peaks, On the Air, The Weird Al Show, Mad About You, Pacific Blue, and The Drew Carey Show. His film roles were more sparse but still memorable; these included the part of a minor league baseball radio announcer in the film, A League of Their Own and a bit part of the minister officiating the marriage ceremony in Say It Isn't So. Lander created the starring role of the demented fast food franchise clown Bruce Burger in the cult film Funland directed by Michael A. Simpson. Lander also has experience as a voice actor, with a resume dating back to 1969 where he "dramatically reproduced" Elvis Presley quotations for the Pop Chronicles music documentary[2] and 1970 when he was the voice of Jerry Lewis in the Filmation series Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down. Later voice roles included The Big Bang, A Bug's Life, The Garfield Show, Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills, Oswald, Titan A.E., Tom and Jerry: The Movie and the animated TV series Galaxy High as the six-armed Milo de Venus. He also reprised his role as Squiggy in the animated sitcom, The Simpsons. Lander also provided the voice of Smart Ass, the chief weasel of Judge Doom's Toon Patrol in the 1988 Disney film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Lander reprised his role for Smart Ass on the related ride, but his character was renamed Wiseguy. He was credited as Stephen Lander in Boo, Zino and the Snurks. His latest voice role is that of Ch'p in the DC Comics animated movie, Green Lantern: First Flight. Lander suffers from multiple sclerosis. Officially diagnosed on 15 May 1984 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, he went public in 1999 and regularly speaks at related conventions. In 2002, his autobiography was published, Fall Down Laughing: How Squiggy Caught Multiple Sclerosis and Didn't Tell Nobody, written with Lee Montgomery. In addition to acting, Lander, a Pittsburgh Pirates fan, has a small stake in the Portland Beavers. He has worked as a baseball talent scout since 1997, first for the Anaheim Angels, and later for the Seattle Mariners.

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David Lodge

TaleSpin Voice:
MEL (Bullethead Baloo)

Disney Productions:
Goldie & Bear (Magic Gnome, Sir Reginald, Baley)

Non-Disney Productions:
Metro: Last Light (Additional Voices)
Sailor Moon (Additional Voices: Viz dub)
Destiny (Civilian/Vendor)
Naruto (Jiraiya)
Power Rangers: Light Speed Rescue (Loki)

Debut: Mama's Family (1989) - Dog Barker.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - MEL.
Most Recent Credits: Deadstar (2017) - Aldoe/Persona 5 - Warden.
Total Resume Credits: 248+ Acting Credits, 2 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: While David Lodge has only gotten into voice acting as early as 1990; as a voice in The Wizard of Oz animated television series, David has voiced Loki, Villamax and Magmavore in Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy, Lightspeed Rescue and the video Triple Force. He's also appearance in two PC videogames Zork: Nemesis and The Dig (Ken Borden). He recently voiced Mite in Saban's latest Japanese anime offering Flint: The Time Detective (JP: Master Detective Conan) and Midnight Express and RailRacer in Transformers: Robots in Disguise. He was a guest voice on Duckman as well and recently appeared in the videogame Spyro: Year of the Dragon and if you listen carefully he also voiced Parrotmon in the Digimon: The Movie. He has recently been as a princpial character in Naruto and has been in various video games (Call of Duty 2: Modern Warfare, Persona 4, Odin Sphere etc.). David Lodge's extensive credits and sound files speak for themselves. David in this 2015 and 2016 season, is honored to be working on Disney' Jr.'s new animated hit show : Goldie & Bear. Surrounded by a fantastic production team and an excellent cast-- David voices five distinctly different and funny regularly occurring characters. Goldie & Bear is touched by Disney Magic. It is charming, beautifully rendered, wacky and fun animated series. Incredible voice talent, backed by a brilliant production team-great stories and CGI -- have elevated this show from mere animation to art... with lasting appeal for all ages. David can be heard voicing Kelsey Grammer on Family Guy, Otto the Octopus on national StarKist Tuna television commercials, Rhett-10 year old Race Car Driver and 80 year old Gammy Gam on Team Hot Wheels on Netflix, guest star Evil Monster on WB's Justice League, Tenderheart on Adventures in Care-A-Lot on demand. David is known for voicing over 167 different characters for Blizzard! on World of Warcraft , Diablo! and Starcraft. David has voiced hundreds of characters on video games. David is also famous for his portrayal of Jiraiya on Naruto.

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Sherry Lynn

TaleSpin Voice:
Kathy Throgmorton (On a Wing and a Bear)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voice)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Voices)
Beauty and the Beast (Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (Additional Voices)
Aladdin (Additional Voices)
Goof Troop (Tan's Girlfriend)
Bonkers (Katya Leggsowannalot, Marilyn Piquel)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Adella)
Toy Story (Additional Voice)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voices)
Quack Pack (Alexandra Mergancer, Muffy, Sara Robinson)
101 Dalmations the Live Action Movie (ADR Loop Group)
Hercules (Additional Voice)
Doug's First Movie (Additional Voice)
A Bug's Life (Additional Voice)
Tarzan (Additional Voice)
Toy Story 2 (Additional Voice)
The Emperor's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voice)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Additional Voices)
Treasure Planet (Additional Voice)
Brother Bear (Additional Voice)
Finding Nemo (Additional Voice)
Cars (Additional Voice)
WALL-E (Additional Voice)
Up (Additional Voice)
Toy Story 3 (Additional Voices)
Monsters University (Additional Voices)
Inside Out (Additional Voices)
Riley's First Date? (Mom's Disgust, Mom's Joy)
Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (Cuddles)

Non-Disney Productions:
Final Fnatasy: Legends of The Crystals (Linaly)
Tenchi Muyo! Manatsu No Eve (Sasami)
.hack//Liminality (Yuki Aihara)
The Big O (Tami)
The Shepherd of the Hill (Sammy Lane)

Debut: Panda! Go Panda! (1972) - Friend (as Katie Evans); I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) - Cafeteria Girl #2.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Kathy Throgmorton; Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp - Additional Voices.
Most Recent Credits: Sing (2016) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 140 Acting Credits, 8 Misc Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Sherry Lynn's acting career started in 1978 playing the role of a cafeteria girl in I Wanna Hold Your Hand (later on she would be in dubs of anime that were originally released in Japan as early as 1972). TaleSpin was her first animation credit; voicing the granddaughter of Ralph Thorgmorton in 1990. Her main roles in voice acting were mostly animated movies that are based in Japan; such as playing BonBon in Little Nemo; Sasami in Tenchi Muyo! OAV's and the big one as Linaly in Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals in 1994 (The same anime that concided with the release of Final Fantasy VI videogame in Japan.). She also had additional voices in The Haunting, The Iron Gaint, The River Wild, The Trigger Effect, and the English version of the "Black Mask". She went on to voice characters in Anime under four names: Sherry Lynn, Katie Ashley, Shirley Lane and Roberta Kim. She was the voice in such anime as Outlaw Star, Cowboy Bebop (as young Faye Valentine), Psycho Driver, Fushi Yugi- The Mysterious Play and even MS Gundam. She also voiced MOMO in Xenosaga and Shelinda in Final Fantasy X video game (and will voice the same character in Final Fantasy X-2). She also does bit parts for Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs, Up, Ponyo, Wall-E, Surf's Up and video games such as Rumble Roses XX and Suikoden 5.

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Jim MacGeorge

TaleSpin Voice:
Mac (Flying Dupes)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Genghis Khan)

Non-Disney Productions:
Bionic Six (Dr. Scarab/Mrs. Scarab)
World of Hans Christian Anderson (Kasper Kat/Governor)
Teenagers from Outer Space (Mac, A Cop)
Matty's Funday Funnies (Beany Boy,Captain Huffenpuff)
Clue Club (Wimper)

Debut: Thunderbolt The Wondercolt (1952) - Various.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Genghis Khan.
Most Recent Credits: Laurel & Hardy: Their Lives & Magic (2011) – Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 29 Acting Credits, 2 Writer Credits, 2 Self Credits.

Comments: Sometimes credited as James A. MacGeorge and born on October 15th, 1928; his career started in 1959 with the movie Teenagers from Outer Space. He is probably best known for his voice roles as Beany Boy, Crowy and Uncle Captain Horatio K. Huffenpuff in Beany and Cecil, Oliver Hardy in the Laurel and Hardy cartoon series, Crazy Claws in The Kwicky Koala Show, Bort in The Mighty Orbots, Wimper in Clue Club and as Dr. Wilmer Scarab in Bionic Six. He also voiced various characters in many other cartoon series. He has even appeared on camera in shows including Get Smart as Stan Laurel, Semi-Tough, Happy Days and the feature film Teenagers from Outer Space. He also worked as a writer for Jay Ward Productions. MacGeorge has also reprised his role only as Uncle Captain Huffenpuff in The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil produced by DiC Entertainment and directed by John Kricfalusi, better known for his work on The Ren and Stimpy Show.

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Tress MacNeille

TaleSpin Voice:
Kitten Kaboodle (A Star is Torn)
Fox Actress (A Star is Torn)

Disney Productions:
The Wuzzles (Mrs. Pedigree)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Lady Bane, Marsipan, Mother, Boy, Great Oak, Tree #1)
DuckTales (Circe, Ariel, Millionara Vanderbucks, Oprah Webfeet, Mrs. Quackenbush, Various)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Disneyland Fun (Chip)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Chip, Gadget, Cassandra, Spunky, Camebert Kate, Jeremy, Jimmy, Mr. Booby, Mrs. Squirrel, Vonda Clutchcoin)
Darkwing Duck (Dr. Sarah Bellum, Oprah Windbag, Webwa Walters)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Flo)
Raw Toonage (Additional Voices)
Bonkers (Chery Germ, Constance, Francine Kanifky)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Campout At Walt Disney World (Chip)
A Day At Disneyland (Additional Voice)
Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Wife)
Gordy (Wendy)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party At Walt Disney World (Chip)
Aladdin The Series (Queen Deluca, Pharabu)
Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco (French Poodle)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Margot Yale, Judge Bates, Dr. Carrie Benjamin, Matthew's Mother, TV Reporter, Truck Driver)
Jungle Cubs (Mahra)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Trina)
One Saturday Morning (Billy)
Timon and Pumbaa (Shenzi, Tatiana, Rita Book, Veronica-Lake Wife, Mother Ostrich)
Hercules The Series (Clotho, Clion's Wife, Judge)
Mouseworks Opera Box (Daisy Duck)
Villain's Revenge (Mrs. Jumbo, Queen of Hearts)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Chip, Daisy, Aunt Gurtie)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Kanga)
Fantasia/2000 (Daisy Duck)
Recess (Agent, Ms. Lemon, Bertha, Lunchlady Irma)
Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour (Chip, Polly Roger, Otto Plugnut)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to The Sea (Mother Penguin, Baby Penguin)
Donald Duck Goin' Quackers (Daisy Duck)
Mickey's Speedway USA (Daisy Duck)
Mickey's Mouse Works (Daisy Duck, Chip, Dale)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Beletor, Mrs. SL2, Sig, Brun, Hilda, Various)
Recess: School's Out (Dr. Steinheimer, Lunch Lady Irma, Opera Director, Various)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Aunt Sarah, Am)
Mickey's House of Villains (Daisy Duck, Queen of Hearts, Si, Am, The Fates)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Daisy Duck, Chip, Dale)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Additional Voices)
Teamo Supremo (Tourorist)
Kingdom Hearts (Daisy Duck, Queen of Hearts)
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (Anastasia)
Disney Golf (Daisy)
House of Mouse (Daisy Duck, Chip, Dale, The Fates)
Lloyd In Space (Mrs. Bolt)
Toontown Online (Daisy Duck)
George Of The Jungle 2 (Tiger)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Additional Voices)
Stitch! The Movie (Hamsterviel's Ship Computer)
Mulan II (Additional Voices)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Daisy Duck)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Daisy Duck)
The Origins of Stitch (Scanner)
Dave The Barbarian (Fang)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Daisy Duck, Chip, Merryweather, Kanga, Shenzi)
Leroy & Stitch (Bonnie: Experiment 149, Poxy, Gigi, Various)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Bonnie: Experiment 149, Felix-Oscar: Experiment 010)
Mickey Saves Santa & Other Mousekatales (Daisy Duck)
Brother Bear 2 (Hoonah)
Kingdom Heart 2: Final Mix + (Daisy Duck, Chip, Merryweather, Kanga, Shenzi)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Anastasia)
American Dragon Jake Long (Queen Lilliana)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (Merriweather)
Mickey's Treat (Daisy Duck)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voices)
Disney TH!NK Fast (Daisy Duck)
Mickey's Adventures In Wonderland (Daisy Duck)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Chip, Merryweather, Anastasia Tremaine)
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (Chip)
Epic Mickey (Daisy Duck)
Minnie's Bow-Toons (Additional Voices)
Kinect Disneyland Adventures (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Fish Hooks (Bassy)
Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two (Daisy Duck)
Disney's Magical World (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Sofia The First (Merriweather)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Daisy Duck, Chip, Daisy Duck)
Mickey Mouse (2013/2014) (Daisy Duck)
The 7D (Gingerbread Witch, Water Witch, Little Red Riding Hood)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Daisy Duck, Chip, Merryweather)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Mickey & The Roadster Racers (Daisy Duck, Chip)
Puppy Dog Pals (Bob's Mom)
Star Vs. The Force Of Evil (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Simpsons (Agnes Skinner, Dolph, Jimbo Jones, Shauna, Various)
Tiny Toon Adventures (Babs Bunny)
Animanics (Dot Warner)
Voltron (Merla)
Rover Dangerfield (Chicken, Turkey)

Debut: Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo (1979) - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Mrs. Pedigree.
Most Recent Credits: Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie (2017) - Grandma Pookie/Jeff & Some Aliens - Pam/The Simpsons - Anges Skinner/The Powerpuff Girls - Ms. Moss, Zeitgeist/The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania! - Rosie The Robot/ Veggietales In The City - Additional Voices/Clash-A-Rama - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 332 Acting Credits, 22 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Costume/Wardrobe Department Credit, 2 Thanks Credits, 3 Self Credits, 9 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on June 20th, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois. In Tale Spin; Tress used three of her trademark voices to voice Kitten Kabooble in "A Star is Torn": Jessica Rabbit, Lady Bane (From Gummi Bears) and Gadget or Babs Bunny (from Rescue Rangers/ Tiny Toons.). MacNeille worked in a variety of jobs and had numerous minor voiceover roles before becoming a regular on an animated TV show. She was also a member of the improvisational comedy group The Groundlings for ten years. MacNeille took acting workshops and worked as a casting assistant for voice acting talent agent Bob Lloyd in what she calls "The University of Voice-over." Lloyd and fellow agent Rita Vennari got MacNeille her first role on an animated show: a part in a 1979 episode of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo. She sang and appeared in the music video (as Lucille Ball) for "Weird Al" Yankovic's song "Ricky" (1983), which was based on the I Love Lucy television show and parodied the song "Mickey" by Toni Basil. MacNeille also appeared on Yankovic's 1999 album Running with Scissors, on the track "Pretty Fly for a Rabbi." MacNeille was cast as Babs Bunny in Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1995). Writer Paul Dini said that MacNeille was good for the role because she could do both Babs's voice and the voices of her impressions. MacNeille commented: "The best part of doing Babs is that she's a mimic, like me...In the show I do Babs doing Billie Burke, Hepburn, Bette Davis, Madonna and Cher. I even have her doing Jessica Rabbit." The success of Tiny Toon Adventures led to the series Animaniacs. MacNeille was brought in to voice Dot Warner, one of the show's three main characters, because Dot's character was very similar to Babs Bunny. Andrea Romano, the voice director and caster for Animaniacs, said that the casters had "no trouble" choosing the role of Dot: "Tress MacNeille was just hilarious (...) And yet [she had] that edge."MacNeille was nominated for an Annie Award for her performance on the show in 1995. She has provided voices for numerous films, television shows, video games and commercials, garnering almost 300 credits. MacNeille says "the characters that I do all come from people in my own life--as well as the material I've stolen from my friends!" Her TV roles include characters on The Simpsons, where she voices Agnes Skinner, Brandine Spuckler and Lindsey Naegle, and Futurama, in which her main role is the character Mom. MacNeille has provided voices on many other television shows and cartoons such as Rugrats (as Charlotte Pickles), Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (as Chip and Gadget), Histeria!, Hey Arnold!, as well as dubbing work on English language anime translations. She is the current voice of Daisy Duck and Wilma Flintstone. MacNeille also appeared as an angry anchorwoman in Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and served as the voice of Elvira's Great-Aunt Morganna Talbot. She provided voice-acting for the 2003 Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner short feature The Whizzard of Ow.

"I just can't help myself"- Babs, Tiny Toon Adventures, 1990-1993.

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Danny Mann

TaleSpin Voices:
Fred (A Touch of Glass)
Louie's Place Assistant (A Touch of Glass)
Louie's Airplane Mechanic (A Touch of Glass)
Raccoon Crook #2 (Vowel Play)
High Marshall's Aide (A Spy In The Ointment)
Thembrian Radio Announcer (A Spy In The Ointment)
Thembrian Prison Guard #2 (Flight of the Snow Duck)
Thembrian People's Court Announcer (Flight Of The Snowduck, The Time Bandit)
This Was Your Life Announcer (The Time Bandit)

Disney Productions:
Oliver & Company (Additional Story Material)
Ducktales (Backwoods Beagle)
Darkwing Duck (J. Gander Hooter, Hotshot, Captain Big Nasty)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
Pocahontas (Percy)
Aladdin The Series (Additonal Voices)
Pocahontas The Video Game (Additional Voices)
Quack Pack (SMOOSH Leader, Policeman, Tober, Native)
Pocahontas 2: Journey To A New World (Percy)
The Emperor's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Monsters Inc. (Additional Voice)
The Wild (Additional Voice)
Cars (Additional Voice)
Finding Nemo (Additional Voices)
WITCH (Cat, Frog, Parrot)
Tokyo Mater (Additional Voice)
Up (Construction Worker Steve)
Toy Story 3 (Additional Voices)
Mater's Tall Tales (Additional Voices)
Monsters University (Additional Voices)
Planes (Sparky, Additional Voices)
Planes: Fire & Rescue (Sparky)
Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (Additional Voices)
Toy Story Toons: Small Fry (Additional Voices)
Inside Out (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Happy Feet (Dino/Zoo Penguin)
Heathcliff (Hector)
Land of the Lost (Tasha)
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (Icarus)
Family Dog (Family Dog)

Debut: Fiddler On The Roof (1971) - Rabbi Student.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Backwoods Beagle/TaleSpin (1990) - Fred, Thembrian People's Court Announcer, This Was Your Life Announcer, High Marshall's Aide.
Most Recent Credits: Space Goofs: The Movie (2017) - Gorgious Klatoo.
Total Resume Credits: 151 Acting Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 3 Writer Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Production Manager Credit, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 2 Thanks Credits.

Comments: Daniel Mann was born on July 28th, 1951 in Tennessee. Danny Mann is also a pure voice actor; who started his career in 1979 as an additional voice in Scooby and Scrappy Doo. His biggest role was playing the voice of Hector between 1984-1987 in Heathcliff and in 1993 television series Family Dog as the Family Dog himself. He also voiced Icarus in the animated movie Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland. He designed some special vocal effects for the 1995 live-action movie "Born To Be Wild". Danny Mann also made a special TV appearance in the 1976 TV series "Family". He also added some story material for Oliver & Company and wrote episodes for Thicke Of The Night. Mann has worked as a television writer for America's Funniest... Part II, Thicke of the Night and An Evening at the Improv. He also did several story material on Oliver and Company and worked as an ADR Loop Director on Shrek 2 and It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie. Mann also created the special vocal effects on the 1995 film Born to Be Wild. He also sang the song "High Hopes" on the American detective series Hudson Street.

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Kenneth Mars

TaleSpin Voices:
Heimlich Menudo (Vowel Play)
Professor Buzz (Select Episodes)

Disney Productions:
The Apple Dumpling Gang Rises Again (Marshal Woolly Bill Hitchcock)
Ducktales (Vulcan, Additional Voices)
The Little Mermaid (King Triton)
Darkwing Duck (Tuskernini)
Bonkers (Gloomy, Sourpuss Clown)
The Little Mermaid The Series (King Triton, Dr. Vile)
Jungle Cubs (Water Buffalo)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (King Triton)
Legend of Tarzan (Old Gorilla)
Kingdom Hearts (King Triton)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (King Triton)
Hannah Montana (Gunther)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix + (King Triton)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (King Triton)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (King Triton)

Non-Disney Productions:
Citizen Ruth (Dr. Charlie)
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (Mayor)
Protocol (Lou)
Yellowbeard (Mr. Crisp)
The Drew Carey Show (Mr. Tinsley)

Debut: Car 54, Where Are You? (1963) - Book Publisher/ Act One - Robert E. Sherwood.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1990) - Vulcan; TaleSpin (1990) - Heimlich Menudo, Professor Buzz.
Final Credits: Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (2014) - King Triton (Archived).
Total Resume Credits: 221 Acting Credits, 4 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Thanks Credits, 11 Self Credits, 5 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Chicago, Illinois on April 14th, 1936 and sometimes credited as Ken Mars; his career started as a special guest on the TV series "Car 54; Where Are You?" in 1963. He was a regular preformer on the Don Knotts Show in 1970 and later on The Carol Burnett Show in 1979. He also played the role of Harry Zarakardos in the TV series He & Shee. He also played many roles in live-action films including What's Up Doc (Hugh Simon), The Producer (Franz Liebloind), Fletch (Stanton Boyd) and For Keeps (Mr. Bobrucz). Most Disney fans will remember him as King Triton from the TV series and movie "The Little Mermaid" and Tuskernini from the Disney TV series "Darkwing Duck". Other cartoons movies include The Adventures of the American Rabbit (Vultor/Buzzard) and Thumbelina (King Colbert). Recently he played Dr. Arnold Bowanan in the TV movie The Runaway Virus. Off-the-wall, over-the-top actor/farceur whose broad schtick was smartly utilized by 1970s directors Mel Brooks (The Producers (1968) and Young Frankenstein (1974)) and Peter Bogdanovich (What's Up, Doc? (1972)) in their best comedies to date. A familiar face of the past 40 years, famous for his portrayal of a wide range of foreign characters. Best known for his roles as the laughable Nazi playwright Franz Liebkind in The Producers (1968) and the Police Inspector in Young Frankenstein (1974). Had regular role as Harry the Fireman in the short-lived Richard Benjamin/Paula Prentiss sitcom "He & She" (1967). He also recorded a comedy LP where he portrayed Henry Kissinger. In 1971, he starred in an unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Me and Joe" which also featured Scott Kolden in a title role. He died of pancreatic cancer on February 12, 2011, aged 75.

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Mitzi McCall

TaleSpin Voice:
Una (Destiny Rides Again)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Ammonia Pine)
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (Doreen)
Hannah Montana (Woman)

Non-Disney Productions:
You're Never Too Young (Skeets)
Machine Gun Kelly (Harriet)
Deep Blood (Ben's Mother)
Gravity (Mother)
Chance of a Lifetime (Bea)

Debut: You're Never Too Young (1955) - Skeets Powell/The Longest Legs In The World (Pepsi-Cola Playhouse) - Penny/The Colgate Comedy Hour - Herself/Svengali & The Blonde - Clo-Clo.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Una; Darkwing Duck - Ammonia Pine.
Most Recent Credits: Tales From The Toilet (2015) - Ruth/Crimson Peak - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 81 Acting Credits, 11 Writer Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 23 Self Credits.

Comments: Mitzi J. Steiner was born on September 9th, 1932 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is considered the Godmother of Melissa Gilbert and started her acting career in 1955 in the movie "You're Never Too Young" playing the role of Skeets and "War of the Satellites" as Mitzi. She has been in numerous TV shows such as being a regular preformer in Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in in 1968; Silk Stalkings (Frammie Lipschitz) and Alright Already as Miriam Lerner and has appeared as a special guest on Maude, Hotline, Roseanne, Becker, The Twilight Zone, Almost Perfect and Ellen. Recently she played the Fig Lady in the movie "Edtv". Met her husband, actor Charlie Brill, when they both appeared at the Jerry Lewis Comedy Workshop at Paramount Studios in 1959. The couple have one daughter, Jennifer Brill. The duo of McCall & Brill appeared on "Toast of the Town" (1948) (aka The Ed Sullivan Show) on February 9, 1964 - the same night that The Beatles made their US debut. Unfortunately for McCall & Brill, they were the last act scheduled before The Beatles returned to the stage for a final number. She also wrote for Charles In Charge, ALF, Small Wonder, One Day At A Time and Eight is Enough. She was also Ben's Mother in the Agony Booth Bad movie Deep Blood. She also appeared in the M-Rated video game No More Heroes as Speed Buster.

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Edie McClurg

TaleSpin Voice:
Mrs. Vandersnoot (Captains Outrageous)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid (Carlotta)
Darkwing Duck (Additional Voice)
Dinosaurs (Shoppers)
Goof Troop (Jean)
Flubber 1997 Edition (Martha George)
It's a Bug's Life (Dr. Flora)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Carlotta)
Air Bud: Spikes Back (Gram Gram)
Home On The Range (Additional Voices)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Additional Voices)
American Dragon Jake Long (Tooth Fairy, Bertha, Giantess, Hunchback)
Cars (Minny)
Hannah Montana (Cindy Merriweather)
Cars 2 (Minny)
Doc McStuffins (MuuMuu)
Fish Hooks (Mrs. Goldfishberg)
Frozen (Gerda)
Wonder Over Yonder (Trudy Traveler)
Wreck-It Ralph (Mary)

Non-Disney Productions:
Life With Louie (Louie's Mom)
Kiki's Delivery Service (Barsa) (Distrub. by Disney)
The Serect of NIMH (Miss Right)
Small Wonder (Bonnie Brindle [1985-1986])
Can't Stop Dancing (Beverly McGuire)

Debut: Tony Orlando & Dawn (1976) - Regular Performer; Carrie - Helen.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Mrs. Vandersnoot.
Most Recent Credits: Eyes Upon Walking (2017) - Nurse Jane.
Total Resume Credits: 205 Acting Credits, 3 Writer Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 2 Soundtrack Credit, 34 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Edie was born on July 23rd,1951 in Kansas City, Missouri. Edie McClurg began her performing career at age five with the oxymoronic Kansas City Rhythm Kids. She retired when the dance teacher was arrested on a morals charge for "dating" the tall and lissome, yet underage, star dancer in the troupe. That girl's big number culminated with a back-bend where Edie drank a soda upside down (of course). Edie has a Master of Science from Syracuse and taught radio at the University of Missouri/Kansas City for eight years. There she re-entered the entertainment field as a DJ, newswoman and producer for the NPR affiliate KCUR-FM. Her proudest moment was portraying John Ehrlichman in Conversation 26 of the NPR national broadcast of the Nixon Tape Transcripts. Thus did Edie contribute to the peaceful overthrow of the government of an unindicted co-conspirator. Her career-long devotion to satirical improvisation included an impressive tenure with The Groundlings. She went on to create original characters, performed on the daytime "The David Letterman Show" (1980): Mrs. Marv Mendenhall, Dot Duncan, Whirly June Pickens, Officer Jeanelle Archer, 105-year-old Edie, etc. TV has been a home to many of Edie's characters - on "The Richard Pryor Show" (1977); as Lucille Tarlek, wife of mega-obnoxious ad salesman Herb Tarlek on "WKRP in Cincinnati" (1978) and as Mrs. Poole on "Hogan Family, The" (1979)." Her movie career growth paralleled her ten years with The Groundlings. Her first film was the teen horror favorite Carrie (1976). She did several John Hughes films, including Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987), She's Having a Baby (1988) and Curly Sue (1990). Offbeat cult faves are Eating Raoul (1982), Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988), HBO's The Pee-wee Herman Show (1981) (TV), and Martin Mull's The History of White People in America (1985) (TV). In more mainstream films, she received a National Media Award for her portrayal of a mentally disabled woman in Bill: On His Own (1983) (TV), starring Mickey Rooney. She's acted for Robert Redford in A River Runs Through It (1992), for Oliver Stone in Natural Born Killers (1994), for Diane Keaton in Hanging Up (2000) and she was named Best Actress of the Chicago Alternative Film Festival for her portrayal of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski's mother. A few of Edie's most recent accomplishments: "Fat Actress" (2005)' Rude Lady in Restroom, David Spade's nasty neighbor in Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003), Dana Carvey's mother in Sony Pictures' The Master of Disguise (2002), Jane Kaczmarek's friend in "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) (qg), guest-starring on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000), NBC's "Providence" (1999), WB's "7th Heaven" (1996), Lea Thompson's mother on "Caroline in the City" (1995) and several animation roles for TV and in features - such as The Little Mermaid (1989), The Rugrats Movie (1998) and as Dr. Flora in A Bug's Life (1998). She just completed voice sessions as a Midwestern minivan for Pixar's Cars (2006). She was an original member of The Groundlings from 1975-1985. In the late 1980s, she studied with the Mother-Creator of all Improv Comedy, Viola Spolin and continues to improvise satiric comedy with the Spolin Players at the Second City Theatre in West Hollywood. When she started, the other two women were Shirley V ("What's Happening!!" (1976)) and a protégé of Redd Foxx's who had woven bells into her braids. She has a BA in Speech Education and a Master of Science from Syracuse and taught radio at the University of Missouri-Kansas City for eight years. She was Operations Manager, News Anchor, Documentary and Fine Arts Producer for NPR affiliate KCUR-FM and National Public Radio 1966-1974. Played a secretary in both Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) and Back to School (1986) -- both school comedies opened on June 13, 1986.

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Allan Melvin

TaleSpin Voice:
Commandant Slammer (Gruel and Unusal Punishment)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Mr. Sparks)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Herald)

Non-Disney Productions:
All in the Family (Barney Hefner)
The Brady Bunch (Sam Franklin)
The Cattanooga Cats (Bumbler)
Magilla Gorilla (Magilla Gorilla)
The Tiny Tree (Hawk)

Debut: The Phil Silvers Show (1955) - Cpl. Steve Henshaw, Writer.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Mr. Sparks.
Final Credits: Pioneer Of Television (2014) - Archive Footage: Cpl. Steve Henshaw.
Total Resume Credits: 94 Acting Credits, 4 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 2 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on February 18th, 1922 in Kansas City, Missouri and his family moved to New York City when he was a young boy. His father was a film salesman for Fox Film Assn. Attended Columbia University and earned his degree in journalism before serving a hitch in the Navy. Got a job in radio sound effects with NBC at the onset of his career. He also did a nightclub act using his talent with voices and appeared on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts radio show and won....He played Sam Franklin in The Brady Bunch and was a voice talent for several HB cartoons in the 1970's. Allan has made special appearances on such high-profile shows as The Andy Griffith Show, Perry Mason and Lost In Space (Seen on Canada's SPACE Channel). Some people will remember him as the voice on TV commericals for Liquid Plumber Drain Opener in the 1970's. Was in the original Broadway cast of "Stalag 17" in the early 1950s when he came to the attention of Phil Silvers for his classic Army-based TV show. Allan passed away on January 17th, 2008 due to cancer in Brentwood, Los Angeles, California.

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Howard Morris

TaleSpin Voice:
King Amok (The Road to Macadamia)
Radio Announcer (Your Baloo's In The Mail)
18th Class Postal Clerk (Your Baloo's In The Mail)
Pazuza Contest Clerk (Your Baloo's In The Mail)

Disney Productions:
Winnie The Pooh & The Honey Tree (Gopher)
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (Gopher)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Gopher)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Sir Paunch)
Ducktales (Djinni, Archeologist, Doctor Von Swine, Happy Jack)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Maltese De Sade)
The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Gopher: Archive Footage)

Non-Disney Productions:
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (Bogel)
The Paw Paws (Trembly Paw)
The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty (Waldo)
The Andy Griffith Show (Ernest T. Bass)
The Archie Show (Judhead Jones)

Debut: The Admiral Broadway Revue (1949) - Resturant Man.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Sir Paunch/ Ducktales - Dijinni, Archeologist.
Final Credits: The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (2011) - Archive Footage: Gopher.
Total Resume Credits: 141 Acting Credits, 9 Misc Credits, 27 Director Credits, 3 Writer Credits, 6 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Sound Department Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 39 Self Credits, 7 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Howard Jerome Morris was born on September 4th, 1919 in New York City, New York. This short, quicksilver comic of TV's "Golden Age" has been heard more than seen in the last few decades, as he possesses one of the finest vocal instruments around for animation. Howard ("Howie") Morris was born in New York City in 1919 and forged his own destiny after a chance meeting with Carl Reiner in a radio workshop. Following the war in which they entertained troops together, they performed in the stage musical "Call Me Mister", then came aboard as part of Sid Caesar's repertory/writing company in the classic sketch shows of the 50s. After years of "second banana" success, however, Morris sought his own solo identity and went off to pursue work as an actor, director and voice artist. Since the early 60s, he has been a main staple of the Hanna-Barbera Productions vocal team, offering hundreds and hundreds of voices for "The Flintstones" (1960), "The Jetsons" (1962), "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1971), and other such Saturday morning shows. Interspersed have been some catchy offbeat characterizations in front of the camera. He has given zest to a number of standard comedy films including Boys' Night Out (1962) with Kim Novak, The Nutty Professor (1963) and Way... Way Out (1966), both with Jerry Lewis, and Mel Brooks' spoofs High Anxiety (1977) and History of the World: Part I (1981). Morris has directed Danny Thomas and Andy Griffith in their respective sitcoms, and made a wonderfully eccentric impression on-camera as the grizzled rock-tosser Ernest T. Bass in Griffiths' vehicle. He was so popular in that role, it was brought back faithfully for three seasons. The director of such comedy film fluff as Who's Minding the Mint? (1967), With Six You Get Eggroll (1968), and Woody Allen's Don't Drink the Water (1969), Morris continued on with directing commercials and popping up here and there well into the 1990s. In the 1970s, he directed some McDonaldland commercials featuring Ronald, the Hamburglar, Mayor McCheese, and friends. Morris also performed the voice of Mayor McCheese throughout the decade. He served as the voice of the Qantas Airlines Koala for the airline's famous television commercials during the 1980s. He also as well as television's Atom Ant in "The Atom Ant Show," Beetle Bailey and General Halftrack in "Beetle Bailey and His Friends," and Jughead Jones and Big Moose Mason in "The Archie Show." Performed Army tour productions of "Hamlet" and "Macbeth" for Maurice Evans during WWII. Ironically, Howard was Carl Reiner's sergeant at the time and Reiner also performed. He also directed the classic black-and-white pilot of TV's "Get Smart" (1965). Howard passed away on May 21st, 2005 in Los Angeles, California due to a heart aliment.

"I'm with you Wierd!"- Bogel; The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, Opening Sequence; 1985. (Which sounds very close to King Amok's voice in TaleSpin.)

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Alan Oppenheimer

TaleSpin Voice:
Mr. Pomeroy (Sheepskin Deep)

Disney Productions:
Freaky Friday 1976 Edition (Mr. Joffert)
The Wuzzles (Rhinokey, Crock, Pirat Captain)
The Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Councillor Berrybowum)
Ducktales (Additional Voices, Colonel Beaurgard DuBark)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Plato, Aldrin Klordine, Captain Kernal)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Additional Voice)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Trancers 4: Jack of Swords (Furr)
Death Sentence (Lubell)
He-Man (Skeletor, Man At Arms)
The Ghost of Flight 401 (Barton)
9 (The Sciencist)

Debut: The Untouchables (1963) - Morgue Attendant.
DTVA Debut: The Wuzzles (1985) - Rhinokey, Crock, Pirat Captain.
Most Recent Credits: Best Fiends Boot Camp (2017) - King Slug.
Total Resume Credits: 299 Acting Credits, 2 Thanks Credits, 6 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on April 23rd, 1930 in New York City, New York. Many He-Man and/or She-Ra fans will remember Alan as the voice of Skeletor and Man-At-Arms. He was also one of three voice talents who voiced in Dinsey's first Television Animation series: The Wuzzles where he voiced Rhinokey. He has also been a special guest on Mama's Family (The Mayor) , Bewitched (as Blades), Bonanza (1970-1972), Knight Rider, Murphy Brown (at least seven or eight episodes) and The Practice (As Judge Nelson). He is still acting today; as a special guest on Diagnosis Murder (Dr. Leonard Gould) and Touched by an Angel (Gary) just last year. In 1973, he co-starred in an unsold sitcom pilot for NBC called Kibbee and Fitch. The plot concerned two sisters who marry firemen (Chuck McCann and Michael Bell) who can't stand each other, with the couples winding up sharing the same duplex. This was a remake of a similarly unsuccessful 1965 pilot. In 1974, he co-starred in an unsold sitcom pilot called Shirts/Skins which was based on the successful TV movie of the previous year. The pilot was never aired. He also played Hans Blix in the David Hare play "Stuff Happens".

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Rob Paulsen

TaleSpin Voices:
Ratchet (Plunder and Lightning Act III/IV)
Dr. Debolt (Plunder and Lightning Act III/IV)
Panther Pilot #2 (Plunder and Lightning Act III/IV)

Disney Productions:
TRON (ADR Loop Group)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Gusto Gummi, Ministral, Sir Blastus, Woodcutter, Knight )
Ducktales (Gladstone Gander, Sundowner, Robin Lurch)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Flash, Myron, Wing Ding, Donald Drake, Percy, Shaka-Baka, Oddshoe, Dirk Suave, Dim Sum, Erol, Darby Spree, Various)
Raw Toonage (Dog)
Darkwing Duck (Steelbeak, Flarg, Barada, Crosby, Police Officer, Flex)
Goof Troop (P.J. Pete, Biff Fuddled, Bob, M. Angelo Goof, Leech, Pharoh Gang Member, Butch )
Bonkers (Stand Up Comedian, Wally, Ma's Henchmen, Zoom, Hokey Pig)
A Goofy Movie (P.J.)
Aladdin the Series (Omar, Man, Sand Beast)
Gargoyles (Helios)
Aladdin and the King of Thieves (Additional Voice)
Quack Pack (Nigel Nightshade)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Quarryman Robot)
Mighty Ducks The Series (Shecky "The Comedian" Carter, Dr. Swindle)
Jungle Cubs (Hathi)
One Saturday Morning (Centerville Characters)
Recess (Additional Voices)
101 Dalmatians: The Series (Cecil B. DeVil)
Belle's Magical World (LePlume)
Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World (Additional Voice)
Timon and Pumbaa (Bonzai, Goose, Peter-Lorette Husband, Cheetato, Ralph The Snake, Martin Pardon, Star-madillo, Simon, Male Squirrel)
The Making Of A Goofy Movie (Himself)
Hercules The Series (Orpheus, Kid, Stephanopolis, Carnival Booth Man)
Pepper Ann (Mich Snot, Davis, Larry)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (P.J. Pete)
Mickey's Mouse Works (Jose Carioca)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Eric)
Teacher's Pet (Ian Wazselewski)
The Weekenders (Cousin Phillip, Carl)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Fop Doppler, AP-06, Guard, Titanux, Punk #2, Docent, Waiter, Krnozian, Host)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Otis)
The Jungle Book: Rhythm 'n Groove (Additional Voice)
Mickey's House of Villains (Hades Singing)
House of Mouse (Jose Carioca)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Jaq)
The Legend of Tarzan (Radio Voice)
Stitch Experiment #626 (Additional Voices)
Cindrella 2: Dreams Come True (Jag, Baker, Sir Hugh)
Return to Neverland (Additional Voice)
101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventre (Additional Voices)
Stitch! The Movie (Experiment #625, Chief Technician)
Teachers Pet The Movie (Ian Wazselewski)
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge Video Game (Igor/Additional Voices)
Mulan 2 (Additional Voices)
Dave The Barbarian (Malsquando)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Additional Voices)
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (Puma, Monkey #1, DJ, Helicopter Pilot, Bat Leafrider, Marvin, Daddy Whiskers, Spider Monkey)
Leroy & Stitch (Experiment 625 – Reuben)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Experiment #625, Experiment Computer, Gantu's Computer)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Chief)
Cindrella III: A Twist In Time (Jaq, Grand Duke, Bishop)
American Dragon Jake Long (Boy In Wizard Costume, Groom)
Kim Possible (Francois, Hank Perkins, Price Check Announcer)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (The Troubadour - Performer: "All For One And One For All", "Sweet 2004 Wings Of Love", Love So Lovely", "This Is The End")
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (Ink Spot, Swifty)
Lou & Lou: Safety Patrol (Dad, Mr Flicker, Lester)
Tinker Bell (Bobble)
The Emperor's New School (Additional Voices)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Raccoon)
The Replacements (Mr. Vanderbosh, Fabin LaToul, Musicial Theater Kid, Hiram Smack, Master Craig, Science Teacher, George Washington)
Special Agent Oso (Additional Voices)
Tinker Bell & The Lost Treasure (Bobble, Tall Troll, Owl)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Jaq, Grand Duke)
Tinker Bell: The Great Fairy Rescue (Bobble)
Tinker Bell: Pixie Hollow Games (Bobble)
Fish Hooks (Shark Announcer, Magic Hamster Mirror, Greg, Fish #1 & #2)
Doc McStuffins (Sir Kirby)
Phineas & Ferb (Additional Voices)
Tinker Bell: Secret Of The Wings (Bobble)
Mickey Mouse (2013/2014) (Referee)
Tinker Bell: The Pirate Fairy (Bobble)
Tinker Bell: Pixie Hollow Bake Off (Bobble)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Toodles)
The 7D (Finders Keepers, Snake Charming, Cobby)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Grandpa Bones)
Randy Cunnigham: Ninth Grade Ninja (Jacques)
Star VS. The Forces Of Evil (Gustav)
Mickey & The Roadster Racers (Jose Carioca, Churro Vendor
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Jaq, Grand Duke)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Jaq, Grand Duke)

Non-Disney Productions:
Pinky and the Brain (Pinky)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2016 (Donatello)
The Mask [TV Series] (Stanley/The Mask)
Taz-Mania (Axle)
Eyes of Fire (Jewell Buchanan)

Debut: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) - Additional Voices/TRON - ADR Loop Group.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1986) - Gusto Gummi.
Most Recent Credits: Batman & Harley Quinn (2017) - Additional Voices/Samurai Jack - Rothchild/All Hail King Julien: Exiled - Brodney/Pig Boat Banana Cricket - Various/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Donatello/Veggietales In The City - Additiona Voices/Mickey & The Roadster Racers - Jose Carioca, Churro Vendor/Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Jaq, Grand Duke (Archived).
Total Resume Credits: 471 Acting Credits, 42 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Music Department Credits, 2 Misc Credits, 6 Thanks Credits, 25 Self Credits, 11 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in Detroit, Michigan on March 11th,1956. Robert Fredrick Paulsen III started out as a live-action actor in 1983 in Eyes of Fire playing the role of Jewell Buchanan. He will be best remembered as the original voice of Raphael in the 1989 animated series "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and of course the voice of Pinky. He did voices on the 'Buffalo Duck's Radio Ranch' and because he voices Jim Carrey's character of Stanley Ipkiss in the cartoon spin-off series "The Mask" (1995), whenever a Jim Carrey movie is aired on television and needs to be edited for language content, Rob Paulsen is called upon to re-dub whenever Carrey is not available. He has also done commercials for GMAC Mortage.com, Got Milk? (Radio Announcer - Who Shot Alexander Hamiliton?), Honda, Advantix, Cheers, UPN promo for Home Improvement, Partnership For A Drug Free America, Mini Wheats, and Taco Bell. Paulsen became more prevalent in the world of advertising as well. In the 1980s he had been the announcer for the sitcom Cheers and continued to secure roles as an announcer. He appeared as the voice of "Mr. Opportunity", spokesman of Honda commercials on TV and radio, the announcer for Buffalo Dick's Radio Ranch, and the spokesman for Lucky Stores, a West-coast grocery store chain, before it was acquired by Albertsons in 1998. He provided the voice of "Dog" in the Taco Bell kids meal commercials from 1996 to mid-1997, with Eddie Deezen as the voice of "Nacho" the cat. However Paulsen's most famous advertising role was in the original commercial of the now ubiquitous Got Milk? campaign. The famous commercial, Who Shot Alexander Hamilton?, aired in 1993, and launched the Got Milk? campaign into a monstrously successful enterprise. He can be currently heard as the voice of singing Mini-Wheat in the Mini-Wheats commercials in Canada. In video gaming, much voice talent has bled over from television and radio voice actors. Paulsen has appeared in video games such as Doom 3 and Clay Fighter 63 1/3. He plays "Fluffy", the Chinese-crested dog, in 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue, an Irish-talking pubtender in the 1996 video game Toonstruck, and "Morte", a floating, talking skull, in Planescape: Torment, as well as "Anomen Delryn" in Baldur's Gate II and "Gray Fox" in Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes and Super Smash Bros. Brawl as an assist trophy. He provides the voice for Erik the Swift of the Lost Vikings in its second installment. He portrays "Tobli" and "Lian Ronso" in the English version of Square Enix's Final Fantasy X-2 and has played the lead character in Bubsy. Although an extremely minor role, Paulsen has also done the voice for the Greek soldiers in God of War. Paulsen appeared as "Rev Runner" of the new show Loonatics Unleashed and stars in Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island. He was also the voice of the character "Squeeky" on the TV show Danger Rangers. Paulsen also provides the voice for the Honda character "Mr. Opportunity." In the Rob Zombie animated film, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, Paulsen voices the characters "El Gato" and "Commandant Hess", among some others. He also has a role as "Ditto", one of the alien forms on Ben 10, as Rhomboid Vreedle of the Vreedle Brothers and Baz-El in Ben 10: Alien Force, two characters that he reprised, along with a new character, Magister Patelliday on Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Omniverse. Paulsen is also the current voice of classic Disney character "José Carioca". Rob became the new voice of "Prince Eric" of Disney's The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea since Christopher Daniel Barnes failed to reprise the role in 2000. He is also the voice of Peck the rooster and other minor characters in the Nickelodeon computer-animated series Back at the Barnyard and various characters on the Disney Channel animated series The Replacements. He is the voice of Bobble in the Tinker Bell movies. He also did the voices of Boober Fraggle, Sprocket and Marjory the Trash Heap in the animated version of Fraggle Rock, as well as Gwizdo in the Dragon Hunters movie. Paulsen currently plays the titular character for an animated web series based on the video game Bravoman for Namco Bandai's ShiftyLook division.

"NARF!!" - Pinky, Pinky and the Brain, 1998.

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Patrick Pinney

TaleSpin Voice:
Professor O'Bowens (A Baloo Switcheroo)

Disney Productions:
The Little Mermaid (Additional Voices)
The Rescuers Down Under (Additional Voices)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (The King)
Beauty and the Beast (Additional Voices)
Aladdin (Additional Voices)
Toy Story (Additional Voices)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Guards, Gypsies)
Hercules (Cyclops)
Hercules the Video Game (Cyclops)
Mulan (Additional Voices)
Fantasia/2000 (Additional Voices)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Additional Voices)
Treasure Planet (Additional Voices)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voices)
Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon (Procyon Crew, Tuskrus Crew)
Brother Bear (Additional Voices)
Disney Infinity (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Blackstar (Balker, Terra, Klone)
G.I. Joe (Main Frame)
Fraggle Rock (Travelling Matt, Pa Gorg)
Cool World (Bouncer)
Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie (Narrator)

Debut: The Fifth Musketeer (1979) - Captain Of The Guards/ Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Professor O'Bowens/ Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp - Additional Voices.
Most Recent Credits: Chicanery (2017) - Mannheim Hofflung/Atwill At Large - Eugene Dugan/Spongebob Squarepants - Performer: Opening Theme Song/Baywatch - Performer: Spongebob Squarepants Opening Theme.
Total Resume Credits: 93 Acting Credits, 6 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Music Department Credits, 1 Camera/Electrical Department Credit, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Mostly considered as a pure voice actor; Patrick Pinney's first appearance was in the movie The Terminator as a Bar Customer in 1984 and was in several live action movies mainly to voice act including Cool World (as a Bouncer), Look Who's Talking Now (Dogs) and as a narriator in Mr. Payback: An Interactive Movie. As a voice actor; his most memorable jobs included voicing the Cyclops in the Hercules TV series and animated movies for Disney; as Mainframe in G.I. Joe and as Travelling Mat and Pa Gorg in the animated version of Fraggle Rock. Sometimes he is credited as Pat Pinney and his recent credit includes the live-action pirate in Spongebob SquarePants. He also performed the Spongebob Squarepants theme song on The Alvin & The Chipmunks Movie in 2007. Pinney has provided voices for a number of animated characters, including Mighty Mouse in the short-lived Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (1987–1988), Pa Gorg, Uncle Traveling Matt, Flange Doozer, and "Additional Voices" in the animated version of Fraggle Rock, Chico the Bouncer in the hybrid live-action/animated film Cool World (1992), the speaking voice of Painty the Pirate in SpongeBob SquarePants (1999–present) and Wormguy and Idikiukup in Men in Black: The Series. He supplied the voice of the Fish Ghoulie in the 1987 film Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go To College and voiced Stan in the video game The Curse of Monkey Island. Pinney has appeared on the stop-motion animation show Robot Chicken as He-Man, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester, Monterey Jack, Ted Kennedy, Dick Cheney, and O. J. Simpson.

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Henry Polic II

TaleSpin Voice:
Sgt. Of Grafia (For Whom The Bell Klangs)

Disney Productions:
TaleSpin is his only known appearance.

Non-Disney Prouductions:
Webster (Jerry Silver)
Batman: The Animated Series (The Scarecrow)
Monster Squad (Dracula)
Scavenger Hunt (Naked Policeman)
The Last Remake of Beau Geste (Captain Medmanger)

Debut: When Things Are Rotten (1975) - Sheriff Of Nottingham/The Mike Douglas Show - Himself.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Grafia Sargeant.
Final Credits: Inside The Business Of Acting (2012) - Himself.
Total Resume Credits: 65 Acting Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 11 Self Credits.

Comments: Born on February 20th, 1945 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; In the 1980s, Polic was often seen as a celebrity guest player on various game shows. His most frequent guest spots were on the various incarnations of Pyramid, as he appeared multiple times on The $25,000 Pyramid and the Dick Clark and John Davidson-hosted editions of The $100,000 Pyramid for producer Bob Stewart. Polic also did various other work for Stewart, hosting the game show Double Talk in 1986, a pilot for a revival of Stewart's Eye Guess called Eye Q in 1988, and sharing announcing duties with Johnny Gilbert and Dean Goss on the latter edition of The $100,000 Pyramid. His specialties included foreign and regional accents, ballroom dancing and baritone singing. From the early 1990s until his death, Polic was perhaps best known as the original British-accented voice of the Scarecrow in Batman: The Animated Series. Originally he had a deep, gruff voice, but later made his voice a bit higher for the role. Polic also worked at Florida State University as a guest star in the School of Theatre's production of A Christmas Carol, playing Scrooge in 1996. In addition to his game show appearances, Polic himself hosted Double Talk (1986–87). Polic died on August 11, 2013 of cancer.

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Tony Pope

TaleSpin Voice:
Kidnapper Joe (Save the Tiger)

Disney Productions:
Sport Goofy in Soccermania (Goofy)
101 Dalimatians: The Series (Danny)
Disney's Villain's Revenge (Out)
Kingdom Hearts (Geppetto)
House of Mouse (Geppetto)
101 Dalimatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (TV Announcer)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Geppetto)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Geppetto)

Non-Disney Productions:
Spaced Invaders (Giggywig)
Armitage: Dual Matrix
Digimon Tamers (Zhuqiamon)
Shrek (ADR Voice)
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memories (Axis General)

Debut: Spectreman (1971) - Walla.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Kidnapper Joe.
Final Credits: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (2017) - Geppetto.
Total Resume Credits: 119 Acting Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Tony Pope was born on March 22nd, 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Tony will be best remember for his voicing of Goofy in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and was the voice of Giggywig in the movie Spaced Invaders. You can also remember him the next time you buy a Furby (I hope I've got the spelling right.) since he gave the voice to the doll. He also was the voice of Netwon Gimmack and LB in The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin storybooks and dolls. He also provided ADR voices for four movies as well as an additional voice for The Transformers. He then turned to Japanese Anime recently and came under the names of Anthony Mozdy and Tony Mozdy. He would work on such projects as Argento Soma, Digimon Tamers (as Zhuqiamon), Gatchman, Lupin III: Part II, Metropolis, Scryed, Vampire Princess Miyu, Akria, Adventures of the Mini Goddesses (Gan-chan), Ai Yori Aoshi, Arc The Lad Anime, Black Jack: The Movie, Black Magic M-66, Heat Guy J, Hyper Doll, Mezzo Forte, Puppet Princess, Real Bout High School, Regin: The Conqueror (Pythagoras), Rurouni Kenshin, The Big O (Gisang), Wild Arm Anime and Y's Anime. Sadly; Tony Pope died on February 11th, 2004 in Burbank, California after complications following leg surgery.

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Hal Rayle

TaleSpin Voices:
Otter First Mate Sailor (It Came From Beneath The SeaDuck)
Maswitch Village Lion Mayor (Double or Nothing)
Injured Olympic Desert Diver (Double or Nothing)
Ferret Pilot (The Sound and the Furry)
Movie Doctor (The Incredible Shrinking Molly)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Hammerhead Hannigan, Museum Curator, Ninja, Wacko, Ranger, A.F. Erret)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Additional Voices)
Quack Pack (Deep Six, Army Solider #3)

Non-Disney Productions:
Predator 2 (Predator Vocalization)
High Crusade (Alien Voice)
Spiral Zone (Max Jones)
Visionaries (Arzon)
G.I. Joe (Deep Six)

Debut: The Ewok Adventure (1984) - Weechee.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Otter First Mate Sailor, Bear Icecream Man, Maswitch Village Lion Mayor, Injured Olympic Desert Diver.
Most Recent Credits: Under The Bed (2010) - Dad, Sons, Monsters; Sound Editor, Sound Mixer.
Total Resume Credits: 60 Acting Credits, 3 Music Department Credits, 1 Sound Department Credit, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Hal Rayle was born on January 3rd, 1955 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Rayle grew up in Indiana. He graduated from Ball State University in 1977 with a degree in Telecommunications, Cinematography, and History. Rayle is married to actress Maggie Roswell, and they have two children. They own and operate a voiceover studio and school, Roswell 'N Rayle, near their home in Denver, Colorado.[2] Rayle has had a number of voice acting jobs over his career. Rayle's animated series roles include Reflex and Howler in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw, Lieutenant Commander Steele in SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, Pipes, Snarl and Shrapnel in Transformers, Deep Six in the Sunbow/Marvel G.I. Joe series, Arzon in Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light and Doyle Cleverlobe in Galaxy High, in which Rayle was the leading man.[1] In the live action film Ghoulies II he was the voices for all of the Ghoulies.

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Peter Renaday

TaleSpin Voice:
Captain William Stanbury (Her Chance To Dream)

Disney Productions:
Lt. Robin Crusoe USN (Pilot)
The Love Bug (Policeman on Bridge)
The One & Only Geninue, Original Family Band (Dakota Townsman)
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (Lt. Hannah)
Dad, Can I Borrow The Car? (Unknown)
The AristoCats (Le Petit Cafe Cook, Milkman)
The Magic Of Walt Disney World (Performer: "Bear Band Serenade" , "The Ballard Of Davy Crockett", Archive Footage Voice: Herny: In Country Bears Jamboree.)
The Million Dollar Duck (Mr. Beckert)
The Barefoot Executive (Policeman)
Michael O'Hara the Fourth (Stan)
Mystery At Dracula's Castle (Detective)
The Walt Disney Story (Narrator)
The Whiz Kid & The Mystery at Riverton (Reporter)
The Strongest Man In The World (Reporter)
The Shaggy Dog D.A. (Roller Derby Ticket-Taker)
The Cat From Outer Space (Bailiff)
The Apple Dumpling Rides Again (Jailer At Fort)
The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (Irate Pilot)
The Devil & Max Devlin (Studio Engineer)
The Black Cauldron (Henchman)
Ducktales (Additional Voices)
Darkwing Duck (Derek Blunt)
Honey, I Blew Up The Kid (Performer: The Hokey Pokey)
Aladdin the Series (Village Elder)
Gargoyles (Fortress One Commander, Father, Commander)
Mulan (Additional Voice)
Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (Additional Voice)
Fantasia/2000 (Additional Voices)
The Princess & The Frog (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Teenage Mutant Ninja (Hero) Turtles (Splinter)
Kidd Video (Master Blaster)
Space Ace (Space Marashall)
The Odd Couple II (Justice of the Peace)
Defenders of the Earth (Mandrake The Magician)

Debut: Combat! (1965) - Louis.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Additional Voices.
Most Recent Credits: Archer (2017) - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 148 Acting Credits, 7 Misc Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 3 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Pierre L. Renoudet was born on June 9th, 1935 in Louisiana. Some of Peter's cameo appearances include The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again (Sequel to a popular Disney film), The Cat from Outer Space, The River Rat and most recently The Ringmaster starring Jerry Springer. Most cartoon fans will remember Peter Renaday as the voice of Splinter in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Master Blaster on Kidd Video. Pete's voice announces the arrival of trains at the Main Street station, Disneyland. "Your attention please..." Pete Renoudet provided his voice to these Disneyland and Walt Disney World attractions: Rocket to the Moon - Captain Mission to Mars - First Officer Collins Country Bear Jamboree, Country Bear Vacation Hoedown, Country Bear Christmas Special -- Henry the Bear. Prior to working on "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1987) with Cam Clarke, he portrayed Sherlock Holmes in the play "The Hound of the Baskervilles" alongside Cam Clarke.

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Robert Ridgely

TaleSpin Voice:
C.V. (A Star is Torn)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Ripcord McQuack)
Goof Troop (The Great Garbonzo)
Bonkers (Robot Brain Z-Bot, Al Vermin)
Quack Pack (Captain Jack)

Non-Disney Productions:
Fire Down Below (Simon)
The Ref (Bob Burley)
Life Stinks (Ferguesori)
Saturday Supercade (Pitfall Harry)
OZ [USA Animated Version] (Jack Pumpkinhead, Tyrone)

Debut: Bronco (1960) - Jimmy Smith/Surfside 6 - Eddie Harker/The Deputy - Pete.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Ripcord McQuack.
Final Credits: Boogie Nights (1997) - The Colonel James; Fire Down Below - Simon.
Total Resume Credits: 144 Acting Credits, 3 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 4 Self Credits.

Comments: Superbly talented vocal artist and character actor supreme Robert Ridgely was born on December 24, 1931 in New Jersey. Ridgely started out as a cabaret entertainer. He began his television acting career in the early 60s with guest appearances on such TV shows as "Surfside 6," "Sea Hunt," and "Maverick." Ridgely had a recurring role as Lt. Frank Kimbro on the short-lived World War II TV series "The Gallant Men." Robert made his film debut in the 1963 feature "FBI Code 98." Ridgely was occasionally cast as sleazy charmers such as unctuous emcees and announcers. Robert popped up in four comedies for Mel Brooks: "Blazing Saddles," "High Anxiety," "Life Stinks," and "Robin Hood: Men in Tights." Moreover, Ridgely was in several pictures for director Jonathan Demme; he's especially memorable (and delightful) as smarmy game show host Wally "Mr. Love" Williams in the wonderful "Melvin and Howard." Other noteworthy movie roles are boozy, moonshine-running airplane pilot Lester Boggs in the rowdy redneck romp "The Great Lester Boggs," radio talk show host Bob Morton in "Heart Like a Wheel," and Los Angeles Mayor Ted Egan in "Beverly Hills Cop II." Robert lent his strong, smooth, booming voice to countless animated TV programs and cartoon features; the characters he voiced include Tarzan in "Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle," Flash Gordon in "The New Animated Adventures of Flash Gordon," the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak in the "Strawberry Shortcake" TV specials, and Thundarr in "Thundarr the Barbarian." Among the TV shows Ridgely had guest spots on are "Designing Women," "Newhart," "Night Court," "Hunter," "The Incredible Hulk," "WKRP in Cincinnati," "Kung Fu," "Bonanza," and "Get Smart." In addition, he did voice-over work for numerous TV commercials. Robert gave a terrifically robust and engaging performance as jolly porno producer the Colonel James in the fantastic "Boogie Nights," which alas turned out to be his last movie and a worthy closer to his long and distinguished career. Robert Ridgely died at age 65 from cancer on February 8, 1997 in Toluca Lake, California. He was nominated for a SAG award as part of the cast of Boogie Nights (as Colonel James) shortly after his death.

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Neil Ross

TaleSpin Voice:
Reggie (Bygones)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Additional Voice)
Darkwing Duck (Quack Mallardson, The Whitlin Kid, Nodoff, Talking Refrigerator)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Additional Voice)
Bonkers (Dopey Ghost)
Aladdin The Series (King Pector)
Disney Universe Videogame (VIC)
The Suite Life On Deck (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron [Nintendo 64] (Hans Solo)
Voltron (Keith/Amalgamus)
ABC Weekend Specials (Cap'n O.G. Readmore)
Robotix: The Movie (Additional Voice)
Spiral Zone (Bandit, Overlord, Wolfgang 'Tank' Schimidt)

Debut: Lifepod (1981) - Main Cerebal/Spider-Man - Norman Osborn.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Reggie; Darkwing Duck - Talking Refrigerator.
Most Recent Credits: Mom (2017) - Announcer.
Total Resume Credits: 254 Acting Credits, 46 Self Credits, 2 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born in London England on December 31st, 1944; is sometimes credited as Neilson Ross. Neil Ross was the narrator for several documentaries from A&E, Nova and was also the narrator for Movie Magic between 1994-1998. Also known as an announcer for the Playboy videos. Neil started his career in 1981 as a voice actor voicing Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in Spiderman both in 1981 and the most recent appearance in 1995. He is best remembered for playing Keith, Jeff, Pidge and Chip on Voltron in 1984 and has also voiced Clyde in Pac-Man and Dr. Doom in The Fantastic Four. He's also appeared in several live and animated movies including An American Tail as Honest John, Dick Tracy and Back to the Future Part II. He also seems to love videogame characters as well; voicing in such games as Legacy of Kain: Soul Revear, The Curse of Monkey Island, King's Quest VIII, Baldur's Gate, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain and Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (Nintendo 64 as Hans Solo). He also made a special guest appearances on Family Matters and Seeing Things. Heard as the male announcer voice during the 'commercial break' segments of the song, "I Can't Watch This' by 'Weird' Al Yankovic.

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Maggie Roswell

TaleSpin Voice:
Sally (Mach One for the Gipper)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Female Superhero)
Bonkers (Anita The Hairdresser)

Non-Disney Productions:
Lost in America (Patty)
Midnight Madness (Donna)
Pretty in Pink (Mrs. Dietz)
Bad Attitudes (Angela's Mother)
The Simpsons (Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Miss Hoover, Luann Van Houten)

Debut: Love, Amercian Style (1973) - Unknown; The Partridge Family - Lois; M*A*S*H - Sister Theresa.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Sally; Darkwing Duck - Female Superhero.
Most Recent Credits: The Simpsons (2017) - Miss Hover, Luann Van Houten.
Total Resume Credits: 55 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Self Credit, 2 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Mary Margaret Nina Roswell was born on November 14th, 1952 in Los Angeles, California. Maggie Roswell starting her acting career in 1973 when she was a special guest on M*A*S*H (as Sister Theresa). Most people will remember her as the voice of Maude Flanders from The Simpsons and was nominated for an Annie in 1997 playing the Simpson's spoof of Mary Poppins. Maggie also played roles as Fae in Switchback, Patty in Lost In America and Donna in Midnight Madness. She also made special guest appearances in Quantum Leap, Hunter, Happy Days, Remington Steele and Mork and Mindy. Maggie is married to fellow voice actor Hal Rayle.

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Michael Rye

TaleSpin Voice:
Chancellor Trample (The Road to Macadamia) [Pieces Only]

Disney Productions:
Disney On Parade (Merlin)
Adventure of the Gummi Bears (Duke Igthorn,King Gregor, Sir Victor Igthorn, Shopkeeper, Prior Richard, Tuck, Malsinger)
Fluppy Dogs (Wagstaff)
Ducktales (Additional Voices)

Non-Disney Productions:
Sky Hawks (Mike Wilson)
Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers (Mayor)
Spider-Man (1981 Version) (Mysterio, Magneto)
The Incredible Hulk (1982 Version) (Additional Voices)
Hands of a Stranger (George Britton)

Debut: Two Lost Worlds (1951) - Captain Hackett.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1985) - Duke Igthorn, King Gregor, Sir Victor Igthorn, Shopkeeper, Prior Richard, Tuck, Malsinger.
Final Credits: Seven Signs Of Christ's Return (1997) - Additional Narration.
Total Resume Credits: 66 Acting Credits, 4 Self Credits.

Comments: He began his career during the Golden Age of Radio when radio programming was at the height of its popularity. Rye, who broadcast from Chicago, participated in an average of forty network radio shows per week. He was cast in numerous lead roles for radio shows, including Gary Curtis for the NBC soap opera, Ma Perkins; Tim Lawrence on Guiding Light; Jack Armstrong on the radio adventure series, Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy; and Pembroke in the soap opera, Backstage Wife. He starred in radio productions produced and broadcast from Hollywood, including the ABC crime drama, This is Your FBI; the radio anthology series, Lux Radio Theater; the radio drama, The Whistler; the CBS radio comedy, Meet Millie; and the CBS drama, Suspense. He also provided the narration for the world's first full-length recorded book, the 1969 audio adaptation of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. With the advent of television, Rye transitioned from radio to animated shows and on-screen acting roles. In addition to providing the voice of the Lone Ranger in the 1966-1969 animated cartoon series based on the character, for which he is perhaps best remembered, Rye worked extensively in Hanna-Barbera productions, including the Scooby-Doo series during the 1970s, and later provided voices for Pound Puppies, which aired on ABC's Saturday morning lineup from 1986 to 1989. During this time, he also played Mr. Slaghoople, Wilma's Dad in The Flintstone Kids. He voiced both Apache Chief and Green Lantern in Hanna-Barbera's Challenge of the Super Friends, The All-New Super Friends Hour, and Super Friends. He was also cast in Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, which aired from 1985 to 1991, as the voices of King Gregor and his nemesis Duke Igthorn, who is also the nemesis of the Gummi Bears. Rye's on-screen television roles included parts on Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, M Squad, 77 Sunset Strip, General Electric Theater, Dr. Kildare, and Wagon Train. Rye appeared in television and radio commercials until his retirement from advertising in the late 1990s. His career, which began in radio, also spanned the video game era in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. Rye narrated thousands of training films, videos and software for industrial and workplace functions. Michael Rye died from a short illness on September 21, 2012, in Los Angeles at the age of 94.

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Ken Sansom

TaleSpin Voice:
Ralph Throgmorton (On a Wing and a Bear)

Disney Productions:
Herbie Rides Again (Lawyer- First Team)
The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Tigger-ific Tales (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too! (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Un-Valentine's Day (Rabbit)
Boo To You Too! Winnie The Pooh (Rabbit)
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (Rabbit)
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving (Rabbit)
Winnie the Pooh, A Valentine for You (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Imagine That, Christopher Robin (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Clever Little Piglet (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Franken Pooh (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh Friendship: Pooh's Wishes (Rabbit)
The Tigger Movie (Rabbit)
The Book of Pooh (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (Rabbit)
Piglet's Big Movie (Rabbit)
Very Merry Christmas Songs (Archive Footage Voice: Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh 123s (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Rabbit)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Rabbit)
Pooh's Heffalump Hallowen Movie (Rabbit)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (Rabbit)
Winnie The Pooh: Shapes & Sizes (Rabbit)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Rabbit)
Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (Rabbit)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix + (Rabbit)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh Friendly Tails (Rabbit)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh: The Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (Rabbit)
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too (Rabbit)
The Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Rabbit)
Super Duper Super Sleuths (Rabbit)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Rabbit)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Rabbit)

Non-Disney Productions:
Nutcracker Fantasy (Chamberlain)
The Clone Master (Wainer)
Stand by Your Man (Dr. Pegram)
Airport 1975 (Gary)
Funny Lady (Fredrick Martin)

Debut: Tales Of Washington Irving (1970) - Additional Voices/Shinbone Alley - Rosie The Cat.
DTVA Debut: The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1988) - Rabbit.
Final Credits: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (2017) - Rabbit.
Total Resume Credits: 118 Acting Credits, 6 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Self Credits, 4 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Sansom was born on April 2, 1927, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He enlisted in the United States Navy soon after graduating from East High School in Salt Lake City in 1944. Sansom enrolled at the University of Utah following World War II, but did not complete his studies at that university. He transferred to Brigham Young University, where he received a bachelor's degree in radio broadcasting in 1949. He was recalled by the U.S. Navy for service during the Korean War. He served as a member of the United Service Organizations, providing entertainment to American troops while in Korea. Sanson started his career with a radio show in Los Angeles called Sansom and Then Some. He began acting in the early 1970s. His first role was in an episode of Mayberry R.F.D., a continuation of the The Andy Griffith Show. He was best known for his role as Rabbit in the television series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. He also voiced Stan, the Woozle in the series. He also voiced Rabbit in a number of TV specials and movies of Winnie the Pooh, taking over for original Rabbit voice Junius Matthews after his death in 1978. In an interview with ABC 4, when asked about voicing Rabbit in the upcoming Winnie the Pooh film, he stated, "I'm not sure." Tom Kenny voiced Rabbit in the movie, although Sansom claimed he was still under contract. Ken was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On October 8, 2012, Sansom died due to complications of a stroke at the age of 85. He had been residing in Sandy, Utah.

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Susan Silo

TaleSpin Voices:
Mary Lamb (Feminine Air)
Girl with Map (For Whom the Bell Klangs, Part II)
Airplane Jane (Waiders of the Wost Tweasure)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (Neptunia)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voice)
WITCH (Miranda Beast, Slug)

Non-Disney Productions:
Batman [Live Action] (Mousey)
Babes in Toyland (Scat)
Once Upon a Forest (Russel's Mother)
Gunsmoke (Rita Lane)
Kiss Toledo Goodbye (Mrs. Beidekker)

Debut: The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1958) – Herself.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Mary Lamb, Map Girl, Airplane Jane.
Most Recent Credits: Blaze & The Monster Machines (2016) - Granny Car 1 & 2, Grammy.
Total Resume Credits: 169 Acting Credits, 1 Misc Credit, 1 Self Credit.

Comments: Susan Silo was born on July 27th, 1942 in New York City, New York. Both her parents are actors. Her acting career started in television on the episode "The Dick Clark Show" of The Jack Benny Show. Silo co-starred with Larry Blyden, Dawn Nickerson, and Diahn Williams in the NBC sitcom Harry's Girls, about a vaudeville troupe touring Europe. She also made guest appearances in episodes of numerous TV series, from the 1960s to the 1990s; including McHale's Navy, Route 66, Bonanza,The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Sea Hunt, Hazel, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Love Boat and L.A. Law. In 1964, Silo appeared in an episode of Jack Palance's The Greatest Show on Earth. She also played Rita Lane on Gunsmoke in 1969. Susan Silo is a successful voice over actress, and she teaches workshops in this field and lectures all over the country. She, also, is a successful singer, which she has brought to her work in cartoons. Silo began her voice-acting career as a talking cow in a series of Land O' Lakes Margarine commercials for over ten years. She has done voices for Hanna-Barbera, Marvel, Disney, Ruby-Spears, DIC, Film Roman, Murakami Wolf Swenson among others. Her famous roles are Wuya the Witch in Xiaolin Showdown, Dr Karbunkle in Biker Mice from Mars, White Queen on Pryde of the X-Men, multiple voices on What A Cartoon, Sue on Pac-Man and Tess on Zazoo U. She also played the roles of Mama Mousekiwitz in Fievel's American Tails and Petaluma in The Smurfs. She has also done voices for video games, such as Crash Tag Team Racing and X-Men (arcade game), where she reprised the White Queen. She later voiced Auntie Roon on The Life and Times of Juniper Lee and Flamestrike in Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight in 2008. In 2009, she guest starred as the cat empress Neferkitty on The Garfield Show, episode "The Curse of the Cat People" and reprised the character in 2012, in the episode "Revenge of the Cat People".

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Hal Smith

TaleSpin Voice:
Joe Magee (The Old Man and The SeaDuck)

Disney Productions:
Son of Flubber (Bartender)
Winnie The Pooh & The Honey Tree (Owl)
The Jungle Book (Slob Elephant, Monkey)
Winnie The Pooh & The Blustery Day (Owl)
The Million Dollar Duck (Courthouse Guard)
The Whiz Kid & The Mystery of Riverton (Ed Haskins)
The Whiz Kid & The Carnival Caper (Carnival Barker)
The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh (Owl)
The Small One (Auctioneer)
Winnie The Pooh Discovers the Seasons (Winnie The Pooh, Owl)
Welcome to Pooh Corner (Winnie The Pooh, Owl)
Winnie The Pooh & A Day For Eeyore (Winnie The Pooh, Owl)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Jacob Marley's Ghost - Goofy, Collector For The Poor #1)
Dumbo's Circus (Additional Voice)
The Disney Family Album (Himself)
Fluppy Dogs (Dink, Haimish, Attendant)
Winnie The Pooh: Tigger-ific Tales (Owl)
Ducktales (Flimheart Glomgold, Gyro Gearloose, Doctor Glockenspiel, Guard Robot, Adult Nephews, Yardarm)
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Abbot Costello, Nogum)
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Owl)
Beauty and the Beast (Philippe)
Darkwing Duck (Saint Peter)
The Little Mermaid the Series (Villain #1)
Bonkers (Santa Claus)
Winnie The Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger (Additional Voices)
Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving (Archive Footage)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Archive Footage)

Non-Disney Productions:
An American Tail (Moe)
18 Again! (Irv)
Stars Over Texas (Peddler Tucker)
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show (Various)
Saints & Sinners (Arnie Melk)

Debut: Stars Over Texas (1946) - Peddler Tucker
DTVA Debut: Fluppy Dogs (1986) - Dink, Haimish, Attendant.
Final Credits: The Andy Griffith Show Reunion: Back To Mayberry (2003) - Archive Footage: Otis Campbell.
Total Resume Credits: 293 Acting Credits, 7 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Thanks Credit, 5 Self Credits, 6 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Harold John Smith was born on August 24th,1929 in Petoskey, Michigan. After graduation, Smith worked from 1936 to 1943 as a disc jockey and voice talent for WIBX Radio in Utica, New York. After serving in the Special Services during World War II, he traveled to Hollywood and appeared in many television shows such as I Married Joan, Fury, The People's Choice, The Texan, Rescue 8, Dennis the Menace, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The Donna Reed Show, National Velvet, and The Red Skelton Show. Beginning in the late 1950s with such shows as The Huckleberry Hound Show and Quick Draw McGraw, Smith became one of the most prolific voice actors in Hollywood, eventually working with most of the major studios and production companies, such as Hanna-Barbera, Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, The Mirisch Corporation, and Sid and Marty Krofft, with voice roles in such shows as The Flintstones in which he mostly did the voices of Texas millionaires such as Fred's rich uncle Tex, Pink Panther, Winnie The Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Yogi Bear, and Looney Tunes. In 1962, he voiced Taurus, the Scots-accented mechanic of the spaceship Starduster for the series Space Angel. He also did voices for the Hong Kong Phooey show. In 1977, he was the voice of Grandpa Josiah in the cartoon TV special, Halloween Is Grinch Night. He was also very active with doing voices in 1980s; he was Sludge in the Smurfs television series and Goofy in Mickey's Christmas Carol. In Disney's DuckTales he did the voices of Scrooge McDuck's rival Flintheart Glomgold and the absent-minded scientist Gyro Gearloose. In Frog And Toad are Friends and Frog And Toad Together he also did the voice of Toad. Smith also voiced the Disney cartoon character Goofy after Pinto Colvig died in 1967. Additionally, he provided the voice of Owl in the three original Winnie the Pooh featurettes (Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too) and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh in 1977. From 1959 till 1975, he provided the voices for Goliath, Davey's Dad and many other characters in Davey and Goliath. From 1960 to 1961, he was the voice of Elmer Fudd after Arthur Q. Bryan died. In 1963 he voiced Dr. Todd Goodheart, Belly Laguna and Dr. Von Upp in the Funny Company cartoon series. From 1964 to 1966, he was the voice of Yappee in the Hanna-Barbera cartoon shorts Yippee, Yappee and Yahooey. He was also the voice of Cosgoode Creeps, Asa Shanks, and Mr. Bluestone the Great/Phantom, in Scooby-Doo, Where are You!. In 1981, he reprised his role as Owl and voiced Winnie-the-Pooh in the short Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons, replacing Sterling Holloway, who had provided the voice of the character for many years. He then voiced the two characters in Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore in 1983, as well as Disney Channel's TV series Welcome to Pooh Corner. On the TV program The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh in 1988, Jim Cummings took over as Pooh while Smith continued playing Owl. The two voice actors sometimes rotated the voice of Winnie the Pooh. In 1991, Smith provided the voice of Philippe the Horse in the Disney film Beauty and the Beast, as well as Jafar's horse in Aladdin. In 1994, he played some additional voices for The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure (last role before death). Starting in 1987 he was the voice of the main character John Avery Whittaker on the Focus on the Family radio drama Adventures in Odyssey. He provided on screen promoting for 3 Musketeers, United Van Lines, Hickory Farms, Toyota, Green Giant, General Mills, Mattel, Pizza Hut, Chicken of the Sea, Ivory soap, Doctor Ross dog food, Pioneer Chicken, Bell Telephone Company, and hundreds of other companies. On January 28, 1994 at the age of 77, Hal Smith died from an apparent heart attack.

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Kath Soucie

TaleSpin Voices:
Clementine Clavenger (Citizen Khan)
Princess Lotta L'Amour (The Road to Macadamia)

Disney Productions:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Princess Marie)
Beauty and the Beast (Bimbette)
Raw Toonage (Girl)
Darkwing Duck (Morgana MacCawber, Princess)
Goof Troop (Debbie)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Atina, Flo, Mrs. Clambakersfield)
Aladdin The Series (Additional Voices)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Circle Of Life (Archive Footage Voice: Bimbette)
Gargoyles (Weird Sisters, Maggie Reed, Ophelia, Princess Katherine)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Additional Voices)
Mighty Duck: The Animated Series (Lucretia DeCoy)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (Cornelia Stallman)
Quack Pack (Daisy Duck, Klebb, Timmy Miller, Agent X)
Beauty & The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (Enchantress)
Jungle Cubs (Lea, Mother Duck, Mother Mouse, Winifred, Grandma Khan)
101 Dalmations: The Series (Antila Dearly, Cadpig, Rolly)
The Brave Toaster: Goes To Mars (Tieselica)
Pochanontas 2: Journey to a New World (Additional Voices)
Home Improvement (Claire Taylor – Screaming)
Hercules The Series (Andromeda)
Timon and Pumbaa (Rosebud, Lara, Lara's Friend)
Recess (Jeffrey, Baby, Various Kindergartners)
Fantasia/2000 (Mother In Kitchen)
The Tigger Movie (Kanga)
An Extremly Goofy Movie (Co-Ed)
Pepper Ann (Cissy Rooney, Mrs. Little, Gina, Tina)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Flon, Galaxy, Villager #2/#6, School Teacher, Miss Harper, PA Announcer, Kids)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Colette,Danielle)
Recess: School's Out (Counselor)
The Book of Pooh (Kanga)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Kanga)
The Legend of Tarzan (Additional Voice)
Return to Neverland (Wendy Darling)
Lilo & Stitch (Additional Voices)
House Of Mouse (Bimbettes, Perdita)
Kingdom Hearts (Sora's Mother, Sally, Shock)
Winnie The Pooh & A Very Merry Pooh Year (Kanga)
The Santa Clause 2 (Chet)
Piglet's Big Movie (Kanga)
101 Dalmations: Patch's London Adventures (Perdita)
Lilo & Stich The Series (Trick Or Treater)
Recess: All Grown Down (Butch)
Kim Possible: A Stitch In Time (Pre School Teacher, Mrs. Mahoney)
Winnie The Pooh 123s (Kanga)
The Weekenders (Tish Katsufrakis)
Winnie The Pooh: Springtime With Roo (Kanga)
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge (Sally, Shock)
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (Kanga)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (Kanga)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Sally, Shock)
The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (Additional Voice)
Bambi 2 (Additional Voice)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Zelda)
WITCH (Sandpit, Nerissa, Stacey)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix + (Sally, Shock)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End The Video Games (Wenches)
Kim Possible (Moopey Girl, Spirit Squad Weekly Interviewer, Rocket Booster #1, Kaitlin, French Girl, Co-Pilot)
Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (Kanga)
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Kanga)
Tigger & Pooh And A Musical Too (Kanga)
The Replacements (Agent Kate Darling)
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (Shock)
Mini Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Kanga, Christopher Robin)
Special Agent Oso (Dusty)
Handy Manny (Dusty The Saw)
Wreck-It Ralph (Additional Voices)
Sofia The First (Queen Avery)
Zootopia (Young Nick)
Goldie & Bear (Twigs)
Doc McStuffins (Celestia)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Sally, Shock, Sora's Mother)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (Sally, Shock, Sora's Mother)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Sally, Shock)

Non-Disney Productions:
Space Jam (Lola Bunny)
Sonic The Hedgehog [ABC Version] (Sally,Nicole)
SWAT Kats (Turnoil)
Earthworm Jim (Princess What's-Her-Name)
Tiny Toon Adventures (Fifi Lafume)

Debut: The Incredible Journey Of Doctor Meg Laurel (1979) - Becca/ The Runaways: Linda Page.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1989) - Princess Marie.
Most Recent Credits: Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie (2017) - Miriam Pataki/Tom & Jerry: Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory - Tuffy.
Total Resume Credits: 352 Acting Credits, 19 Soundtrack Credits, 9 Self Credits, 11 Archive Footage Credits, 1 Thanks Credit.

Comments: Katherine Soucie was born on February 20th, 1967 in New York City, New York. Although her career as an actress began in the late 1970's; it wasn't until she started voice acting in 1986 when she voiced Janine Melnitz in The Real Ghostbusters TV series. That alone really got the ball rolling for her as one of the most successful voice talents in the 1990's. She has voiced many main characters from various animated series since 1986; characters such as Linka (Captain Planet, 1990), Fifi La Fume (Tiny Toons- 1990), Minx (JEM!,1986), Phil & Lil (Rugrats, 1991-present), Sally & Nicole (Sonic The Hedgehog) and of course Space Jam's Lola Bunny. (Space Jam whiched starred Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny.) She's also voiced several characters in CD-ROM games during the late 1990's and most recently was a guest voice on FOX's Futurama animated series. Kath has done various commericals for Ziploc, Mattel's Rapunzel Barbie, Eckerd Drugs, Greyhound, Nexus Shampoo and the Davey & Goliath Mountain Dew commercial.

"He's causing an international incident!" - Daisy, Quack Pack, 1996.

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John Stephenson

TaleSpin Voices:
General Tulmult (War of the Weirds)
Uncle Bucky (War Of The Weirds)
Space Rider Radio Announcer (War of the Weirds)
Professor Krackpotkin (Gruel and Unusal Punishment)

Disney Productions:
Herbie Rides Again (Lawyer)
Darkwing Duck (General Synapse)

Non-Disney Productions:
Scooby-Doo Where Are You? (Doctor Jekyll, Ghost Of Mr. Hyde, The Sheriff)
Wacky Racers (Luke and Blubber Bear, General)
Johnny Quest [Original JQ] (Mr. Quest)
The Flintstones (Mr. Slate)
Days of Our Lives (Terry Gilbert)

Debut: I Love Lucy (1951) - Narrator.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - General Tulmult, Uncle Bucky, Space Radio Announcer, Professor Krackpotkin.
Most Recent Credits: Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo (2010) - The Sheriff.
Total Resume Credits: 244 Acting Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 2 Self Credit, 2 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: John Winfeld Stephenson was born on August 9th, 1923 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. John Stephenson will be best remembered for playing the voice of Mr. Slate in the famous TV series The Flintstones and the animated movie Charlotte's Web; playing the role of Arable. He was also a special guest playing various characters on Hogan's Heroes and The Streets of San Francisco. He also played Mr. Quest in the first episodes of the original Johnny Quest. Stephenson died of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 91 on May 15, 2015.

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Mark L. Taylor

TaleSpin Voice:
Douglas Benson (Louie's Last Stand)

Disney Productions:
Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (Ask Mask: Braff)
Ducktales (Ensign Plummer)
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (Donald 'Dan' Forrester)
Darkwing Duck (Additional Voices)
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (Officer Kirkwood)
Home Improvement (Bert Russel)
Eddie's Million Dollar Cookoff (Hank Ogden)
WITCH (Thomas Brown, Alborn, Billy The TV)
High School Musical 2 (Mr. Fulton)
HSM 2: On Location (Himself)
Den Brother (Director)

Non-Disney Productions:
V: The Final Battle (Fred)
Diagnosis Murder (Neil Rider)
Due South (Punk)
Color of Justice (Rodney)
Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat (Additional Voices)

Debut: Mother, Jugs & Speed (1976) - Doctor Who Refuses To Take In Pregnant Woman/Serpico - Feigelman, Security Guard/Marathon Man - Columbia Student.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Ensign Plummer.
Most Recent Credits: Feud (2017) - Ray/Jax In Love - Thanks.
Total Resume Credits: 159 Acting Credits, 4 Director Credits, 1 Writer Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 2 Thanks Credits, 2 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Mark L. Taylor was born on October 23th, 1950 in Houston Texas. Taylor has appeared in various shows such as Seinfeld, Beverly Hills, 90210, House Calls (in which he played the hated hospital administrator, Conrad Peckler) Melrose Place, Chicago Hope, Ally McBeal and Boston Legal. He has also voiced in various projects such as TaleSpin, Darkwing Duck, Batman, The Mask and W.I.T.C.H. He has appeared in the Disney Channel Original Movies Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off, High School Musical 2, and The Other Me. He directed the Disney Channel Original Movie Den Brother.

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Russi Taylor

TaleSpin Voice:
Mrs. Rockafeather (My Fair Baloo)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby)
Sport Goofy in Soccermania (Huey, Dewey, Louie)
DTV Doggone Valentine (Minnie Mouse, Dalmation Puppy)
Totally Minnie (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's 60th Birthday (Minnie Mouse)
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers (Second Mother)
DuckTales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby)
The Rescuers Down Under (Nurse Mouse)
DuckTales: The Quest for Gold (Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Disneyland Fun (Minnie Mouse)
Castle of Illusion (Minnie Mouse)
Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (Ethalyn, Emmadryl, Madame Placebo)
Raw Toonage (Webby Vanderquack)
Aladdin (Rajah)
The Little Mermaid: The Series (Pearl's Mom, Triton's Daughters)
Bonkers (Additional Voices)
Disney Sing Along Songs: The 12 Days of Christmas (Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Campout At Disney World (Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Aladdin The Series (Woman)
A Day At Disneyland (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Let's Go To The Circus (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey: Reeling Through the Years (Additional Voices)
Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party At Disney World (Minnie Mouse)
Runaway Brain (Minnie Mouse)
Timon & Pumbaa (Fairy, Puppet)
Quack Pack (Helga Needlehofer)
The Spirit of Mickey (Minnie)
The Story Behind Walt Disney's Fun & Fancy Free (Special Thanks)
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (Robbie)
A Bug's Life (Additional Voice)
Mickey's New Car (Minnie Mouse)
Fantasia/2000 (Daisy Duck)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Minnie, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Goofy's Greatest Hits (Minnie Mouse)
Donald Duck Goin Quackers (Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Mickey's Speedway USA (Minnie, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
102 Dalmations: Puppies To The Rescue Video Game(Additional Voices)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Becky, Old Lady)
Mickey's Mouseworks (Minnie Mouse, Clara Cluck)
Mickey's House of Villains (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Minnie Mouse)
House of Mouse (Minnie, Clara Cluck, Fairy Godmother, Fauna, Duchess)
Kim Possible (Rocket Booster #2)
Disney Golf (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts (Queen Minnie Mouse)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Fairy Godmother, Mary Mouse, Drizella, Daphne, Beatrice)
Very Merry Christmas Songs (Archive Footage Voice: Minnie Mouse)
Toontown Online (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's PhilharMagic (Minnie Mouse)
The Haunted Mansion (Additional Voice)
Mickey's Around The World in Eighty Days (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Minnie, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
The Voice Behind the Mouse (Herself)
Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Musketeers (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Fauna, Queen Minnie Mouse)
The Fox & The Hound 2 (Widow Tweed)
Mickey Saves Santa and Other Mouseketales (Minnie Mouse)
Disney Sing Along Songs: Happy Haunting (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix + (Fauna, Queen Minnie)
Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt (Minnie Mouse)
Cindrella III: A Twist In Time (Drizella, Fairy Godmother)
Mickey's Treat (Minnie Mouse)
Disney Princess: Enchanted Tales Follow Your Dreams (Fauna)
Disney TH!NK Fast (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey's Adventures In Wonderland (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Queen Minnie, Fauna, Fairy Godmother, Drizella Termaine)
Minnie's Bow Toons (Minnie Mouse)
Kinect Disneyland Adventures (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Minnie Mouse)
Castle Of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (2013) (Minnie Mouse)
Get A Horse! (Minnie Mouse)
Disney's Magical World (Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Ducktales: Remastered (Huey, Dewey Louie, Webby Vanderquack)
Sofia The First (Fauna, Mrs. Higgins, Winifred)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Minnie, Quoodles)
Jake & The Neverland Pirates (Never Bird, Rosie, Queen, Barnacles, Slink The Sea Serpent, Mama Sea Serpent)
Mickey Mouse (2013/2014) (Minnie Mouse, Huey, Dewey, Louie)
Disney Infinity (Additional Voices)
The Lion Guard (Muhanga. Munbi)
Disney Infinity 3.0 (Minnie Mouse)
Mickey & The Roadster Racers (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Queen Minnie Mouse, Fauna)
Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (Minnie Mouse)
Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Remix (Queen Minine Mouse, Fauna, The Fairy Godparents)
Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix (Minnie Mouse)

Non-Disney Productions:
Babe: Pig in the City (Pink Poodle)
The Private Eyes (Doll Voice)
Strawberry Shortcake: A House Warming Surprise (Strawberry Shortcake)
Jetsons: The Movie (Fergie Furbelow)
The Critic (Penny Tompkins)

Debut: The World Of Strawberry Shortcake (1980) - Strawberry Shortcake; The Private Eyes - Doll; The Flintstones Comedy Show - Pebbles Flintstone, Cavemouse.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby Vanderquack.
Most Recent Credits: The Simpsons (2017) - Martin Prince/ Lion Guard - Mbuni, Muhanga/Mickey & The Roadster Racers - Minnie Mouse/Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix - Queen Minnie Mouse, Fauna/ Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue - Minnie Mouse.
Total Resume Credits: 176 Acting Credits, 12 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Music Department Credit, 1 Producer Credit, 1 Thanks Credit, 5 Self Credits, 6 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Russi Taylor was born on May 4th, 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is the current voice actress of Disney's Minnie Mouse character. She has retained this role since 1986, longer than any other voice actress. This includes performances in the Disney's House of Mouse and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Mickey Mousekersize and television series and the Kingdom Hearts video game series, among many others. She also does the voices of Martin Prince, Sherri and Terri, and Üter on the animated television series The Simpsons. She also stars as Baby Joy in Super Why!. She has voiced Huey, Dewey, and Louie and Webby Vanderquack in the DuckTales television series, the Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers video game, and in other appearances such as in the holiday movies Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas and Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas. In appearances where the three young ducks appear at an older age, such as in Mickey Mouse Works and Disney's House of Mouse, Tony Anselmo, the voice of Donald Duck, reprises Taylor's role as their voice actor. In Mickey's Boo to You Halloween Parade at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Mickey Mouse Works and in Disney's House of Mouse, she plays Clara Cluck. She voiced Daisy Duck in Fantasia 2000. Taylor voiced of Phantasma The Phantom in the 1988 TV-movie Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School. She also voiced Pearl in a PC game called Reader Rabbit Math Adventures Ages 6–9. Taylor provides the voices of numerous characters in the animated series The Simpsons, including fourth grade nerd Martin Prince, purple-haired twins Sherri and Terri, and German exchange student Üter. In addition, she has participated in two anime dubbing projects. The first is Daisy Nohara, Max, and Shin's Grandmother in the first English dub of Crayon Shin-chan, while the other is the voice of Otama in Disney's re-dubbing of Pom Poko. She was the original voice of Strawberry Shortcake in the six 1980s TV specials. She voiced Pebbles Flintstone in The Flintstones Comedy Show for Hanna-Barbera in 1980. Taylor was also the voice of Baby Gonzo in Muppet Babies, Nova in Twinkle, the Dream Being, Pac-Baby in the Pac-Man TV series, the high-pitched Nurses that were mice in The Rescuers Down Under, Melissa in the Pound Puppies episode Garbage Night: The Musical, Morning Glory in My Little Pony, and the lasted non-Disney role was Birdie the Early Bird in McDonaldland commercials. She is also the current voices of Drizella and Fairy Godmother in the Cinderella sequels, Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and Cinderella III: A Twist in Time. Taylor also provided the voice of the main hero Widget in Widget the World Watcher and Hard Luck Duck in a What-a-Cartoon! short. She also appears in Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams, playing Fauna and Sofia The First, alongside her Simpsons castmates, Tress MacNeille and Frank Welker. She was nominated for an Emmy for her voice work in PBS' series Jakers! in 2006. She recently voiced a witch in her second Scooby-Doo movie, Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King. Taylor also replaced Jeanette Nolan (who died in 1998) as Widow Tweed in The Fox and the Hound 2.

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Simon Templeman

TaleSpin Voice:
Rick Skye (Bygones)

Disney Productions:
Home Improvement (Simon Downing-Chubb)
Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World (Performer: "What A Day In London?!")

Non-Disney Productions:
Live Nude Girls (Bob)
Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight (Harry Balfour)
The Pretender (Darren Faxon)
The Russia House (Whitehall)
The Fantastic Four (Dr. Doom)

Debut: The Tailsman (1980) - Gerard.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Rick Skye.
Most Recent Credits: Black Road (2016) - Sterling/House of Lies - Teddy Grammatico/The Odd Couple - Nigel/Uncharted 4: A Thief's End - Gabriel Roman/Modern Family - Simon Hastings/Level Up Norge - Gabriel Roman/World Of Warcraft: Legion - Additional Voices.
Total Resume Credits: 97 Acting Credits, 2 Soundtrack Credits, 3 Self Credits, 3 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Born in Sussex, England. Newer fans will remember Templeman as the voice of Dr. Doom in Stan Lee's animated TV series The Fantastic Four (in the mid 1990's). Simon has also been a special guest on Melrose Place; Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Mad About You. He also oiced the English language version of the blockbuster exhibition, Tutankhamun and the World of the Pharaohs audio tour at the Wolkerkunde Museum in Vienna. He has since been voicing video games including Final Fantasy XII, Mass Effect 2 and God of War III. He acted in William Shakespeare's plays, "Romeo and Juliet" and "A Midsummer's Night Dream," in the Royal Shakespeare Company National West Tour. He acted in the stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "Nicholas Nickelby," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England.

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Susan Tolsky

TaleSpin Voice:
Mrs. Morrissey (Sheepskin Deep)

Disney Productions:
Charley and the Angel (Miss Partige)
The Devil & Max Devlin (Nerve's Mom)
Darkwing Duck (Binkie Muddlefoot, Teleya, Binketh, Aunt Trudy)
Goof Troop (Miss Pennypacker)
Aladdin The Series(Scara)
Hercules The Series (Teacher)
Jungle Cubs (Clarisse)
101 Dalimatians The Series (Pea Hen, Betsy Ross)
Pepper Ann (Aunt Janie, Annie Briar, Lanie)
The Buzz on Maggie (Mrs. Pesky)

Non-Disney Productions:
The Longshot (Dee)
Madame's Place (Bernadette)
Here Come the Brides (Biddle Claum)
Pretty Maid All in a Row (Miss Hawiett Craymire)
Record City (Goldie)

Debut: The Second Hundred Years (1968) - Unknown/ Bewitched - Secetary/Here Comes The Brides - Biddie Cloom.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1991) - Mrs. Morrissey/Darkwing Duck - Binkie Muddlefoot.
Most Recent Credits: The Buzz On Maggie (2006) - Mrs. Pesky.
Total Resume Credits: 37 Acting Credits, 1 Self Credit, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Susan Tolsky was born on April 6th, 1943 in Houston, Texas. perhaps best known for her role as Biddie Cloom on the comedy Western series Here Come the Brides (1968–70) and Bernadette on Madame's Place (1982–83). As a voice actress, Tolsky was part of the main cast on Disney Channel's The Buzz on Maggie (2005–06), and had recurring roles on Aladdin, Darkwing Duck, Foofur, and Pepper Ann.Tolsky's first film was a minor part in the dark comedy film Pretty Maids All in a Row. She had a bit part as a secretary on Bewitched in the 1966 episode "No Harm Charm". She guest starred on shows such as Here's Lucy, Love, American Style, Quincy, M.E., Barney Miller, and Alice. In 1990, she started voice acting on several Disney shows like TaleSpin, Goof Troop, and Aladdin. Her most recent role was in 2005 as Frieda Pesky on The Buzz on Maggie.

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B.J. Ward

TaleSpin Voice:
Records Clerk (Louie's Last Stand)
Harmond (Louie's Last Stand)
Miss Greeley (Louie's Last Stand)

Disney Productions:
Ducktales (Burnie McQuack, Loopy McQuack)
Darkwing Duck (Gloria Swansong, Patricia)
Bonkers (Hildy, Additional Voices)
The Return of Jafar (Street Mother)
Aladdin The Series (Fortune Teller)
Gargoyles (Billy's Mom, Professor Duane, Fleance, Lady Of The Lake)
Gargoyles: The Golitah Chronicles (Alexander, Billy's Mom, Fleance)
WITCH (Halinor, The Mage, Miriadel, Zamballan #1)

Non-Disney Productions:
Voltron (Allura/Nanny/Haggor)
Working Girl (Fran McGill)
Frogger (Fanny)
The PageMaster (Queen of Hearts)
Opposite Sex & How to Live With Them (Giselle Davenport)

Debut: The Bugs Bunny Show (1960) - Additional Voices.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Burnie McQuack, Loopy McQuack.
Most Recent Credits: DC Super Hero Girls: Hero Of The Year (2016) - Master Alchemist.
Total Resume Credits: 198 Acting Credits ,8 Soundtrack Credits, 2 Thanks Credits, 5 Self Credits, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: B.J. Ward was born on September 16th, 1944 in Wilimington, Delaware. Before B.J. Ward (Betty Jean Ward) started doing voice work she made her debut on the stage in 1960, in the original off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks, where she was an understudy for the role of Luisa/the Girl. B.J. Ward had gotten the part by calling the producer of the show. She toured with the Groundlings for a short while before starting her voice over career on Hanna-Barbera's Jana of the Jungle in 1978. She starred as Fran McGill in the Television Working Girl in 1990 and has been in such movies as The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them (Gisdelle Davenport) and Malice in Wonderland. Her voice acting career started in 1978 when she voiced Jana in the little known animated series Jana of the Jungle. Her best known role are the voices Allura, Nanny and Hagger in the well-known animated series Voltron (both in 1984 and in 1999) and the voice of Whopper in Pound Puppies. She also appeared as a special guest in Mad About You, Murder She Wrote and Beverly Hills, 90210. She is now the voice of Velma in future Scooby Doo adventures including Scooby Doo on Zombie Island. Has done a lot of work for the Walt Disney Resorts. Her famous voice can be heard on Tomorrowland Transit Authority and The Corousel of Progress in Tomorrowland, and on Peter Pan's Flight unload platform in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom and on Spaceship Earth at EPCOT all at the Walt Disney World Resort.

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Frank Welker

TaleSpin Voices:
Wiley Pole (Select Episodes)
Buffy Vandershreme (A Touch of Glass)
Pilot of Flight 127 (Plunder and Lightning; Part I)
Gator Policeman (Mommy for a Day)
Reporter (A Bad Reflection On You)
Captain Hotspur (A Bad Reflection On You)
Bobo Rabbit (Double or Nothing)
Brutis (For Whom the Bell Klangs)
Deputy Wendell (Citizen Khan)
Hal (Jumping The Guns)
Guard (Jumping The Guns)
Race Announcer (The Sound and The Furry)
Ice Cream Man (The Sound and The Furry)

TaleSpin Vocals:
Truffle Hog (The Bigger They Are; The Louder they Oink)
Gator Pygmies (The Bigger They Are; The Louder they Oink)
Tiger (The Bigger They Are; The Louder they Oink)
Gorilla Birds (Plunder and Lightning Act/Part One)
Henry (Mommy for a Day)
Moby Dimple (All's Whale That Ends Whale)
Seals (All's Whale That Ends Whale)
Red Robe Thug #2 (For Whom the Bell Klangs)
Scarabs (For Whom the Bell Klangs)
Crow (Destiny Rides Again)
Condor (Destiny Rides Again)
Furries (The Sound and the Furry)
Dinosaur (Paradise Lost)

Disney Productions:
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (Henry Fathington)
Now You See Him, Now You Don't (Myles)
Walt Disney World EPCOT Center: A Souvenir Program (Soldier)
The Great Mouse Detective (Toby The Dog, Felica The Cat)
Oliver & Company (Louie The Hotdog Man, Animal Vocals, Carlo)
Honey; I Shrunk the Kids (Vocals)
The Little Mermaid (Max)
DuckTales (Big Time Beagle, Baggy Beagle, Bacon Beagle, Bubba The Cave Duck, Tootise, Poupon, Various)
Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers (Zipper [Fly Buzzing])
DuckTales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Additional Voice)
The Prince and the Pauper (Archbishop, Dying King)
The Rescuers Down Under (Joanna)
Adventures of The Gummi Bears (Jabber, Zephyrs, Marquis De Bouillabaisse, Bobo, The Sluggard, Various)
Beauty and the Beast (Footstool)
Aladdin (Abu, Cave Of Wonders)
Darkwing Duck (Eek, Squeak, Archie Various)
Goof Troop (Chainsaw, Waffles, Policeman, Various)
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (Vocals)
The Little Mermaid The Series (Penny The Cat, Lucky)
Marsupilami (Meat)
Bonkers (Fall Apart Rabbit, Quark, Elmo, Flugel, Mikey Muffin)
Return of Jafar (Abu)
The Making of the Lion King (Himself)
The Lion King (Additional Voice)
Little Gaints (Vocals)
The Santa Clause (Raindeer)
Aladdin Activity Center (Abu)
A Goofy Movie (Bigfoot)
Gordy (Narrator)
Pocahontas (Flit)
Shnookum's & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Meat)
Aladdin On Ice (Abu)
Aladdin The TV Series (Abu, Rajah, Faisal, Xerxes, Queen Deluca #3, Hakim)
Gargoyles (Bronx, Boudicca, Cagney, Raptor, Alexander)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Baby Bird, Djali)
Aladdin and the King of Thieves (Abu, Rajah)
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series (Chameleon, Rob, Bob)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chornicles (Bronx)
101 Dalmatians [Live Action Film] (Vocals)
Quack Pack (Knuckles, Jean Claude, Claw, Thugs)
Beauty & The Beast: Enchanted Christmas (Phillippe, Sultan)
One Saturday Morning (Himself)
Jungle Cubs (Crane, Frogs, Crocodile, Rhino)
Hercules (Pegasus)
Belle's Magical World (Sultan)
George Of The Jungle (Digital Vocal Effects)
Mr. Magoo (Special Vocal Effects)
101 Dalmatians The Series (Scorch, Cydne, Steven,Thunderbolt)
Mulan (Khan, Cri-Kee)
Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World (Flit)
The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story (Porcupine, Baboon, Jungle Noises)
Disney's Math Quest With Aladdin (Abu)
Timon & Pumbaa (Ned, Giant Panda, Homeowner, Uncle Ernie, Animal Vocals, Ghost)
A Saintly Switch (Voltaire)
Hercules: The TV Series (Catablepas, Abu, Ladon, Pegasus)
Doug's First Movie (Herman Melville)
Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas (Turkey, Figaro)
Fantasia/2000 (Elk)
Recess (Commander Finstran, Abe Lincoln, Fiddler, Senior Fusion, Janitor)
The Tigger Movie (Additional Voices)
The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea (Max)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Grubs, Epoch)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command The Video Game (Plasma Monster)
Donald Duck Goin Quackers (Additional Voice)
102 Dalmations: Puppies to The Rescue (Scorch, Al The Gator)
Mickey Mouseworks (Butch, Salty Seal)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Grubs, Ranger, Senator, Narlkaz, Little Maw, Various)
Lady & The Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure (Reggie)
Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge (Abu)
Lloyd In Space (Additional Voice)
The Legend Of Tarzan (Manu, Dumont As Gibbon, Bibi, Vocals)
Mickey's Magical Christmas Snowed In At The House of Mouse (Abominable Snowman)
The Weekenders (Dog, Turkey)
Return of Neverland (Additional Voice)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (Achilles, Djali)
Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (Pom Pom, Bruno, Lucifer)
Kim Possible: Revenge of Monkeyfist (Additional Voices)
Stitch Experiment 626 (Experiment 621, Mutant Greema)
The House of Mouse (Abu, Gus Goose, Butch The Bulldog, Figaro, Salty The Seal, Various)
Atlantis: Milo's Return (Obby/Mantell)
101 Dalmations 2: Patch's London Adventures (Additional Voices)
Stitch! The Movie (Experiment 221 – Sparky)
The Legend of Tarzan (Manu, Bibi, Primates)
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (Additional Voices)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (Animal Vocal Effects)
Mulan II (Cri-Kee)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (Thingy)
Halloween Town High (Special Vocal Effects)
Dave The Barbarian (Faffy)
Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey Of A Princess (Abu)
WITCH (Guard #1, Scutler #2, Guard #2, Prisoners)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Abu)
Bambi 2 (Additional Voices)
Leroy & Stitch (Sparky, Sprout, Mr. Stenchy - Experiment #254)
Lilo & Stitch The Series (Experiments, Sparky, Tanlined Ice Cream Tourist, Poxy: Experiment #222, Kixx)
Kim Possible (Monkey Ninjas, Roachie, Mutated Octopus, Otto Allenford)
Kingdom Heart 2: Final Mix + (Abu)
Cinderella III: A Twist In Time (Lucifer)
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (Rajah, Abu)
The Emperor's New School (Creepy Old Man, Skeleton Anteater)
Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep (Experiment 221 - Sparky, Lucifer)
Alice In Wonderland (Vocal Effects)
Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Animals)
Epic Mickey (Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, Shadow Bot)
Frankenweenie (Sparky Frankenstein)
Epic Mickey 2: The Power Of Two (Oswald The Lucky Rabbit)
Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion (Oswald The Lucky Rabbit)
Disney Magical World (Dopey, Abu)
Ducktales: Remastered (Bigtime Beagle, Baggy Beagle, Bubba, Various)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Bella, Figaro, Butch. Fiona The Frog, Mr. Pettibone, Salty The Seal, Various)
Wander Over Yonder (Announcer)
Big Hero 6 (Mochi)
Frozen (Sven, Sitron)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Abu, Experiment # 221 – Sparky)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Abu, Experiment #221 – Sparky)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (Abu)

Non-Disney Productions:
Scooby-Doo! Where Are You? (Freddy Jones)
Clayfighter 63 1/3 [Nintendo64] (The Blob)
Donkey Kong Jr. (Donkey Kong Jr.)
Cats Don't Dance (Farley Wink)
The Get-Along Gang (Braker Turtle)

Debut: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969) - Henry Fathington; The Trouble With Girls - Rutgers.
DTVA Debut: Adventures Of The Gummi Bears (1987) - Various; Ducktales - Baggy Beagle, Burger Beagle, Bubba The Cave Duck, Tootsie, Bacon Beagle, Poupon, Various.
Most Recent Credits: Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) - Megatron/Transformers: Robots In Disguise - Soundwave/Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash - Scooby-Doo, Freddy Jones/Guardians Of The Galaxy - Odin/Smurfs The Lost Village: Azreal/Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown - Scooby-Doo, Freddy Jones/The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania - Astro/Lesser Known Love - Boskov, Godzilla, Mothra.
Total Resume Credits: 797 Acting Credits, 18 Music Department Credits, 15 Soundtrack Credits, 14 Sound Department Credits, 6 Misc Credit, 20 Self Credits, 15 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on March 12th, 1946 in Denver, Colorado; Frank W. Welker is known to Hollywood as a 'voice god'. His most notable skill is the ability to create vocal effects in many of the television and movies that have been released since 1969; a 'vocal effects god' of sorts. (Half of TaleSpin's characters done by Frank Welker are animal vocals.) But he is also an excellent voice talent in his own right; becoming the voice of Freddy Jones in "Scooby-Doo; Where Are You?" in 1969, and that got the ball rolling in his 30+ years as a 'voice god'. He has also provided Dr. Spock's screams in the movie "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock" and most recently provided the voice of Zoot in the Disney remake: My Favorite Martian and Herman Melville in Disney/Jumbo Pictures "Doug's First Movie". Frank has done more than 719 productions; not including three singing roles; special vocal effects for 28 movies and the X-Files. Welker's first on camera film role was as a bar fight participant in Stan Dragoti’s 1972 film Dirty Little Billy. His next film role was in The Trouble with Girls, portraying a college kid from Rutgers University who befriends Elvis Presley. He later co-starred with Don Knotts in Universal's How to Frame a Figg. Welker also appeared in two Disney films, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes and Now You See Him, Now You Don't. His on camera television appearances included roles in Love American Style, The Partridge Family and The Don Knotts Show. He played a prosecutor in highly acclaimed ABC special The Trial of General Yamashita and as Captain Pace beside Richard Dreyfuss' Yossarian in Paramount television’s pilot Catch-22. He also appeared on Laugh In, The Mike Douglas Show, The Tonight Show, Merv Griffin, The Smothers Brothers Show, The Burns and Schreiber Comedy Hour, Laugh Trax, and as one of the cast members in the 1985 special of That Was the Year That Was with David Frost. In the latter show, he appeared alongside Jim Staahl and Howie Mandel. Frank also played an on camera role as a voice actor on an episode of Simon & Simon, in The Duck Factory, where he played a rival actor trying to steal the role of Dippy Duck from fellow voice actor Wally Wooster (Don Messick) and also appeared in the film The Informant as Matt Damon's father. In 1978, Frank Welker appeared on The Dean Martin Roast to George Burns. While saluting Burns, he showed his abilities as an impressionist by honoring George Burns with the voices of Walter Cronkite, Henry Kissinger, Muhammad Ali, David Frost and Jimmy Carter.

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Alan Young

TaleSpin Voice:
Dr. Cooper (The Old Man and The SeaDuck)

Disney Productions:
The Cat From Outer Space (Dr. Wenger)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Ebenezer Scrooge (McDuck), Story Adaptation)
The Disney Album (Himself)
The Great Mouse Detective (Hiram Flaversham)
DuckTales (Scrooge McDuck, Old Union Solider, Scandinavian #2)
Ducktales The Movie: Treasure Of The Lost Lamp (Scrooge McDuck)
Raw Toonage (Scrooge McDuck)
Disney Sing Along Songs: The 12 Days of Christmas (Scrooge McDuck)
Chritsmas Unwrapped: The History Of Christmas (Archive Footage: Ebenezer Scrooge (McDuck))
Mickey's Mouseworks (Scrooge McDuck)
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in At The House of Mouse (Archive Footage: Scrooge McDuck)
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (Uncle Scrooge)
House of Mouse (Scrooge McDuck)
Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas (Scrooge McDuck)
Mickey's Around the World In Eighty Days (Scrooge McDuck)
Disney TH!NK Fast (Uncle Scrooge)
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (Uncle Scrooge)
Disney's Magical World (Scrooge McDuck)
Ducktales: Remastered (Scrooge McDuck)
Mickey Mouse (Scrooge McDuck)
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Scrooge McDuck)
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Scrooge McDuck)

Non-Disney Productions:
Mister Ed (Wilbur Post)
The Alan Young Show (Himself)
Bakers Hawks (Mr. Carson)
Coming of Age (Ed Pepper)
The Time Machine (Filby)

Debut: Margie (1946) - Roy Hornsdale.
DTVA Debut: Ducktales (1987) - Scrooge McDuck, Various.
Most Recent Credits: Mickey Mouse (2016) - Scrooge McDuck.
Total Resume Credits: 106 Acting Credits, 11 Soundtrack Credits, 1 Director Credit, 2 Writer Credits, 47 Self Credits, 8 Archive Footage Credits.

Comments: Born on November 19th, 1919 in North Shields, Tyne-and-Wear England; Young was born Angus Young to John Cathcart Young, a shipyard worker, and Florence Pinckney, whose ancestors included a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. The family moved to Edinburgh, Scotland when Young was a toddler, and to West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when he was six years old. Young came to love radio when bedridden as a child because of severe asthma. Near the start of his radio career, during World War II, Young attempted to enlist in first the Royal Canadian Navy, then the Canadian Army, but was rejected by both due to his poor health. Young became a broadcaster for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1944, he moved to American radio with The Alan Young Show, NBC's summer replacement for Eddie Cantor's show. Young's film debut was Margie (1946), and featured in Chicken Every Sunday (1949), and the television version of The Alan Young Show began the following year. After its cancellation, Young appeared in films, including Androcles and the Lion (1952). He had roles in two George Pal films, tom thumb (1958) and The Time Machine (1960). He appeared in the episode "Thin Ice" of the NBC espionage drama Five Fingers, starring David Hedison. He is best known, however, for Mister Ed (1961–66), a CBS television show, in which he starred as Wilbur Post, the owner of Mr. Ed, a talking horse that would talk to no one but him, thus causing hilarious situations for Wilbur Post with his wife, neighbours and acquaintances. Young's television guest appearances include The Love Boat, Murder, She Wrote, St. Elsewhere, Coach, Party of Five, The Wayans Bros., Sabrina, the Teenage Witch , USA High, Hang Time, ER and Maybe It's Me. He also appeared as Stanley Beamish in the unaired 1966 pilot episode of "Mr. Terrific", but apparently declined to appear in the broadcast series in 1967 that followed. In 1993, Young recreated his role as Filby for the mini-sequel to George Pal's The Time Machine, reuniting him with Rod Taylor, who had played George, the Time Traveller. It was called Time Machine: The Journey Back, directed by Clyde Lucas. In 2002, he had a cameo as the flower store worker in Simon Wells' remake of The Time Machine. In 2010, he read H.G. Wells's original novel for 7th Voyage Productions, Inc. In 1994, Young co-starred in the Eddie Murphy film Beverly Hills Cop III. He played the role of Uncle Dave Thornton, the Walt Disney-esque founder of the fictional California theme park Wonderworld. Since 1994, he has played at least eight characters on the popular radio drama Adventures in Odyssey, most notably antique dealer Jack Allen.During the later part of his career, he founded a broadcast division for the Christian Science Church and did voices for animated cartoons. Since 1983, he has voiced Scrooge McDuck in numerous Disney films and in the popular series DuckTales. He also portrays Scrooge in video games that he appears in, such as the Kingdom Hearts series and most recently in DuckTales: Remastered in 2013. In Mickey's Christmas Carol, he portrayed the character's miserly namesake. He also provided the voice of Jack Allen on the Focus on the Family radio drama, Adventures in Odyssey and voiced Hiram Flaversham in Disney's The Great Mouse Detective. His other cartoon voice appearances include Camp Lazlo, Megas XLR, Static Shock, House of Mouse, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Duckman, Batman: The Animated Series, TaleSpin, The Smurfs, The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and as 7-Zark-7 and Keyop in Battle of the Planets. In 1997, he did the voice of Haggis McMutton in the PC game, The Curse of Monkey Island. Alan Young died on May 19th, 2016 in Woodhills, California at the age of 96.

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Patrick Zimmerman

TaleSpin Voice:
Joe Cropduster (Save the Tiger)
Panther Thug (Save the Tiger)
Shere Khan's Pilot (Save the Tiger)

Disney Productions:
Darkwing Duck (FOWL High Command)
The Shnookums & Meat Funny Cartoon Show (Obediah)

Non-Disney Productions:
Captial Critters (Additional Voices)
Tom and Jerry Kids (Tyke)
Stripteaser (Joey)
Toxic Crusaders (Additional Voices)
The Jetsons: The Movie (Elroy Jetson)

Debut: The Pound Puppies (1985) - Nathan Vanderfeller.
DTVA Debut: TaleSpin (1990) - Joe Cropduster, Panther Thug, Shere Khan's Pilot.
Most Recent Credits: Metal Gear Solid 4: Gun Of Patriots (2008) - Performer: "Victory Song", Liquid Ocelot, Revolver Ocelot/Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphic Novel - Ocelot/Metal Gear Solid 2: Digital Graphic Novel - Ocelot.
Total Resume Credits: 30 Acting Credits, 1 Soundtrack Credit, 1 Archive Footage Credit.

Comments: Patric Laine Zimmerman was born on October 10th, 1954 in Los Angeles, California. He began his career in the 1990s where he provided the voices for characters in the animated television series Tale Spin and Tom & Jerry Kids. Due to Daws Butler's passing in 1988, he voiced Elroy Jetson in the film Jetsons: The Movie. He also did the voices of Augie Doggy and Dixie in Hanna-Barbera's Yo Yogi!. In 1995, Zimmerman appeared in person in the movie Stripteaser with Maria Ford and Rick Dean. Zimmerman is perhaps most well known as Revolver Ocelot's voice in Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes as well as Liquid Ocelot's voice in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. He later returned as Revolver Ocelot's voice in Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphic Novel and Metal Gear Solid 2: Digital Graphic Novel.

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