Bob Bergen Profile

Bob Bergen And PorkyBob Bergen moved to Los Angeles from Cincinnati when he was 14. Actually, he had no choice. His Dad took a job in LA and relocated the family. But LA is where he wanted to be. As a kid, Bob spent endless hours watching and taping cartoons, imitating voices as well as creating characters of his own. His dream was to voice The Looney Tunes, and in particular Porky Pig. Bob’s idol was Mel Blanc, and he worked day and night trying to perfect eh-puh-peh-eh Porky’s famous voice. To his parents dismay, he spent more time working on voices than he did at his school work, though I think they’ve forgiven him by now.

Soon after arriving in LA, Bob began investigating how to get into the world of doing voices for cartoons. He spent hours thumbing through the yellow pages, calling every animation studio in town, gathering information on how to break into the voice-over field. Hanna Barbara referred him to Bob Lloyd, who at the time had the only voice casting office in Los Angeles called The Voicecaster. Lloyd referred him to Daws Butler, a legend in animation and well known as the man behind the voice of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Elroy Jetson, and Snagglepuss, to name a few. Daws taught a weekly voice-over workshop, and invited Bob to join the class. Bob also studied voice-over with anyone and everyone in LA offering a workshop, including Louise Chamis, Michael Bell, Brian Cummings, and Dave Madden. For the next several years Bob was never out of a class, studying voice-over, as well as improv and acting. He even got the chance to watch his idol, Mel Blanc record a project for Warner Bros.
When he was 18, a good friend of the family had Casey Kasem send Bob an autograph picture for his high school graduation. Bob sent Casey a thank you note, stating he wanted to do voices for cartoons and included his phone number. To his shock Casey phoned Bob and offered his assistance. Casey requested Bob make a home made demo of as many voices as he could. Bob sent Casey a tape of 85 voices which Casey, in turn, gave to Don Pitts, a voice-over agent and one of the nicest guys in the biz. Don signed Bob, and at 18 he was set up with his first agent. Not long after, Bob booked his first cartoon, Spiderman, and His Amazing Friends. He continued his studies with Daws Butler, and for the next 5 years slowly built up his voice-over resume with a variety of cartoons and commercials. To make ends meet, he worked as a tour guide at Universal Studios.

At the age of 23, Bob was able to leave Universal and work full time as an actor. His resume consists of 100s of cartoons, commercials, promos, radio imaging, live award show announcing, and interactive games. In 1990, Bob’s dream came true when he joined a handful of actors who share the job of voicing The Looney Tunes. Over the years, Bob has voiced Porky, Tweety, Marvin the Martian, Henry Hawk, Sylvester Jr., and Speedy Gonzales in a variety of feature films, albums, toys, games, and television series’, including the 2 time Emmy nominated series Duck Dodgers, in which Bob received an Annie Award nomination as best voice performer in a television series. In 1991 Bob was asked to play Sylvester Jr., for a radio program called Mrs. Bush’s Story Time, hosted by First Lady Barbara Bush. Soon after, he was thrilled to be invited to a reception at the White House in appreciation for his participation in Mrs. Bush’s literacy program.

Bob added game show host to his resume after landing the job of emcee on Jep!, the kid’s version of the classic game show Jeopardy!. For ten years, Bob worked as the grandstand host at the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade. His job consisted of spending two hours prior to the parade warming up an audience of literally hundreds lined up and down Sunset Boulevard, entertaining, schmoozing and getting everyone in the Christmas spirit. Throughout the parade, he had the privilege of interviewing some of Tinseltown’s biggest stars as they traveled down the streets of Hollywood in floats and vintage cars. The Grand Marshall in Bob’s first parade was James Stewart, and Bob was honored to have the opportunity to meet and interview this legendary actor. Over his years with the parade Bob got the chance to interview some of Hollywood’s biggest stars including Halle Berry, Sammy Davis Jr., Ed McMahann, Steve Allen and Mickey Rooney to name a few.

Bob was invited to teach his animation voice-over workshop at Judy Carter’s California Comedy Conference in Palm Springs. This whirlwind weekend consisted of up and coming comics showcasing to various show biz movers and shakers. Through connections he made at this conference, Bob put together a one man show. After a one time “trial” performance in Burbank, he was asked by Ken Kragen, who managed Kenny Rogers, to be the opening act for Rogers’ summer tour throughout California and Oregon. Upon returning from the tour, Bob showcased his one man show at the Ice House in Pasadena and The Whitefire Theater in Sherman Oaks. Producer Ed Gaynes offered to produce the show commercially at the Whitmore-Lindley Theater in NOHO. Bob Bergen, Not Just Another Pretty Voice opened to great reviews and ran for 3 months. It was revived again in 2007, playing on a Royal Caribbean cruise to Mexico, as well as Las Vegas, and a 6 week run at The Stella Adler Theater in Hollywood. A new version entitled Bob Bergen: So, Here’s The Deal! has toured in NYC, Atlanta, and Chicago. It’s currently taking bookings in theaters throughout the country. In 2014 Bob began his 27th year teaching his animation voice-over workshop workshop in Los Angeles as well as weekend intensives throughout the US and Canada.

Bob’s voice has been heard in hundreds of commercials, including McDonald’s, Mitsubishi, Geico, Petsmart, Publix, Albertsons. His promo resume includes Disney Channel, NBC, FOXKids. He’s the imaging branding voice for radio stations throughout the US. Animated features include Tangled, TinkerBell, Spirited Away, A Bug’s Life, Iron Giant, Cars, The Emperor’s New Groove, Up, Wall-E, to name a few. He voices Luke Skywalker for LucasArts interactive games, as well as all 3 Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials. He’s supplied special vocal effects for dozens of films, including Gremlins, Army of Darkness, Dunsten Checks In, Fright Night 2, Honey, I Blew up the Kid, Santa Clause 2 & 3, He’s an Annie Award nominee for Porky Pig/Cadet in the Emmy nominated series Duck Dodgers. In 2011 he stars as Porky Pig in Cartoon Network’s new series The Looney Tunes Show.

Bob has been an active member of The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences since 1994, He’s a 2 time volunteer Big Brother, and was honored as the 2007 Jewish Big Brother of the Year.

Credits (Taken from

Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Porky Pig / Roger Rabbit / Man / …

– Snarfer Image (2014) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Love, Maurice (2009) … Roger Rabbit / Man (voice)
– Adultizzle Swizzle (2008) … Luke Skywalker (voice)
– Rodigitti (2006) … Porky Pig (voice)
 2010-2014Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV Series)
Lama Su

– Conspiracy (2014) … Lama Su (voice)
– ARC Troopers (2010) … Lama Su (voice)
– Clone Cadets (2010) … Lama Su (voice)
 2013Skylanders: SWAP Force (Video Game)
Windup (voice)
 2011-2013The Looney Tunes Show (TV Series)
Porky Pig / Aunt Duck / Doug / …

– Best Friends Redux (2013) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Mr. Weiner (2013) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Here Comes the Pig (2013) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Gossamer Is Awesomer (2013) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Year of the Duck (2013) … Porky Pig (voice)
 2013Get a Horse! (Short)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2013Monsters University
Additional Voices (voice)
 2013Escape from Planet Earth
3D Movie Guy (voice)
 2012Wreck-It Ralph
Additional Voices (voice)
 2012Skylanders: Giants (Video Game) (voice)
 2009-2012We’re Alive (TV Series)
Skittles / Duncan

– The Thirty-First (2012) … Skittles / Duncan
– No Place Like Home (2011) … Skittles
 2012The Lorax
Additional Voices (voice)
 2011Star Wars: The Old Republic (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2011Small Fry (Short)
Condorman (voice)
 2011Disney Universe (Video Game)
 2010Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III (TV Movie)
Luke Skywalker / Board Man (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2010Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (Video)
Cheese / Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2006-2008The Emperor’s New School (TV Series)
Bucky / Bucky the Squirrel

– Kuzcokazooza/Kuzco’s Little Secret (2008) … (voice)
– Yzbot/The Puma Whisperer (2008) … Bucky (voice)
– Auction Action/The Astonishing Kuzco (2008) … Bucky (voice)
– The Good, the Bad and the Kronk/Mud (2008) … Bucky (voice)
 2008Tinker Bell (Video)
Fireflies (voice)
 2008Ponyo (English version, voice)
 2008WALL·E (voice)
 2008Horton Hears a Who!
Additional Voices (voice)
 2007Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal (Video Game)
Porky Pig (voice)
 2006-2007Curious George (TV Series)
Mr. Nettoyez / Sports Collector Guy

– Up a Tree/Trashed (2007) … Mr. Nettoyez
– The Clean, Perfect Yellow Hat/Bee Is for Bear (2006) … Mr. Nettoyez (voice)
– Curious George, Door Monkey/Curious George Goes Up the River (2006) … Mr. Nettoyez / Sports Collector Guy
 2007Robot Chicken: Star Wars (TV Short)
Luke Skywalker (voice)
 2007Surf’s Up (voice)
 2007Loonatics Unleashed (TV Series)
Pinkster Pig / Pink the Pug

– In the Pinkster (2007) … Pinkster Pig / Pink the Pug (voice)
 2006Happily N’Ever After
Additional Voices (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 2006The Wild (voice)
 2006Cars (voice)
 2006Ice Age: The Meltdown (voice)
 2005Kronk’s New Groove (Video)
Bucky (voice)
 2003-2005Duck Dodgers (TV Series)
The Eager Young Space Cadet / Trainee / Himself / …

– Bonafide Heroes (2005) … The Eager Young Space Cadet / Himself (voice)
– A Lame Duck Mind (2005) … The Eager Young Space CadetMonkey Cadet (voice)
 2005Star Wars: Battlefront II (Video Game)
Luke Skywalker (voice)
 2004My Generation G… G… Gap (Short) (voice)
 2003Looney Tunes: Back in Action (Video Game) (voice)
 2003Looney Tunes: Reality Check (Video)
Porky Pig (voice)
 2003Brother Bear
Additional Voice (voice)
 2002Treasure Planet
Additional Voice (voice)
 2002The Santa Clause 2
Comet (voice)
 2002Lilo & Stitch
Additional Voice (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 2002Johnny Bravo (TV Series)

 2002Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (Video)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2002Star Wars: Racer Revenge (Video Game)
Ody Mandrell / Gasgano (voice)
 2002Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (Video Game)
Luke Skywalker / Reytha Soldier (voice)
 2001Totally Spies! (TV Series)
Ricky Mathis

– A Thing for Musicians (2001) … Ricky Mathis (voice)
 2001Monsters, Inc. (voice)
 2001Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase (Video)
Eric Staufer (voice)
 2001Sheep Raider (Video Game)
Porky Pig (voice)
 2001Spirited Away
No-Face / Frog / Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 2001The Powerpuff Girls (TV Series)
Billy / Maitre D’ / Guard #1 / …

– Film Flam (2001) … Billy / Maitre D’ / Guard #1 / … (voice)
 2001Throne of Darkness (Video Game) (voice)
 2000Star Wars: Force Commander (Video Game)
Coruscant Palace Guard / Luke Skywalker (voice)
 2000The Shangri-la Café (Short)
Television Announcer (voice)
 2000Looney Tunes: Space Race (Video Game)
Porky Pig (voice)
 2000Looney Tunes Racing (Video Game)
Porky Pig (voice)
 2000Star Wars: Episode I – Racer (Video Game)
Clegg Holdfast / Jinn Reeso / Wan Sandago / … (voice)
 1999-2000Sabrina, the Animated Series (TV Series)
Tim the Witch Smeller

– Wiccan of the Sea (2000) … Tim the Witch Smeller (voice)
– The Bat Pack (2000) … Tim the Witch Smeller (voice)
– La Femme Sabrina (2000) … Tim the Witch Smeller (voice)
– Key to My Heart (2000) … Tim the Witch Smeller (voice)
– You’ve Got a Friend (1999) … Tim the Witch Smeller (voice)
 1999Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance (Video Game)
Luke Skywalker / Civillian Officer (voice)
 1999Toy Story 2
Additional voices (voice)
 1999The Iron Giant
Additional Voices (as Robert Bergen)
 1999Tarzan (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1999Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (Video Game)
Alien Pedestrian / Coruscant Thug #3 / EV-7G& / … (voice)
 1998Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (Video Game)
Luke Skywalker (voice)
 1998The Junkyard Run (Video Game)
Porky Pig (voice, uncredited)
 1998A Bug’s Life (voice)
 1998Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Video)
Additional voices (voice)
 1998Quest for Camelot
Additional Voices (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1998Looney Tunes Sing-Alongs (Video short)
Porky Pig
 1997Bugs Bunny’s Funky Monkeys (Video) (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1996-1997Spider-Man (TV Series)
Ned Leeds / Additional Voices

– Partners in Danger Chapter 2: The Cat (1997) … Additional Voices (voice)
– Sins of the Fathers Chapter 2: Make a Wish (1996) … Additional Voices (voice)
 1996Eagle Riders (TV Series)
Additional Voices (voice, uncredited)
 1996Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter (Video Game) (voice)
 1996Space Jam
Bert / Herbie / Marvin the Martian / … (voice)
 1996Saved by the Bell: The New Class (TV Series)

– Baby Care (1996) … Baby (voice)
 1996Superior Duck (Short)
Porky Pig (uncredited)
 1996The Hunchback of Notre Dame (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1996Dunston Checks In
Special Vocal Effects (voice)
 1995See How They Grow: Desert Animals (Video short)
Narrator (voice)
 1995See How They Grow: Jungle Animals (Video)
Narrator (voice)
 1995See How They Grow: Sea Animals (Video)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1995See How They Grow: Tree Animals (Video short)
Narrator (voice)
 1995Carrotblanca (Short)
Tweety as Usmarte (voice)
 1994Crimson Wolf (Video)
Kai (English version, voice, as Bob Bergan)
 1994Teknoman (TV Series)
Slade / Ness Carter / Teknoman Slade (UPN version)
 1993All-New Dennis the Menace (TV Series)

– Dennis the Genius (1993) … (voice, as Bob Berger)
– Wish You Weren’t Here (1993) … (voice, as Bob Berger)
– Moms Helper/Battle of the Bonding (1993) … (voice, as Bob Berger)
– Pig Out/Yankee Doodle Dennis (1993) … (voice, as Bob Berger)
– Navy Destroyer (1993) … (voice, as Bob Berger)
 1993Look Who’s Talking Now
Dog / Wolf (voice)
Additional Voices (voice, uncredited)
Chuko (1994) (English version, voice)
 1991The Legend of Prince Valiant (TV Series)
Lead Soldier

– The Finding of Camelot (1991) … Lead Soldier (voice)
Additional Voices (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1991Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (Video)
Rat Ghoulie (voice, uncredited)
 1991Rover Dangerfield
Gangster / Animal (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1991Flight of the Intruder
Additional Voices (voice, uncredited)
 1990Tiny Toon Adventures (TV Series)
Porky Pig / Tweety Bird

– Hero Hamton (1990) … Porky Pig (voice)
– Animaniacs! (1990) … Porky Pig / Tweety Bird (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1990Problem Child
Additional Voice (voice, as Robert Bergen)
 1990Total Recall
Additional Voices (voice)
 1990Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (TV Series)
Dr. Eaton (English version, voice)
 1989Beetle Bailey (TV Movie)
Killer (voice)
 1989Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TV Series)

– Invasion of the Turtle Snatchers (1989) … Klatu (uncredited)
 1988Fright Night Part 2
Additional Voices (voice, uncredited)
Masaru / Kai / Gang 2 / … (English version, voice, as Bob Berger)
 1987Fraggle Rock (TV Series)
Wembley / Additional Voices (voice)
 1987Lily C.A.T. (Video)
Hiro (English version, voice)
 1987Robot Carnival (Video)
Kichi (1991) (English version, voice)
Mogwai / Gremlins (voice, as Bob Berger)
 1980Lupin the 3rd (TV Series)
Arsène Lupin III / Wolf / Negata Jr.

– Farewell My Beloved Lupin (1980) … Arsène Lupin III / Wolf / Negata Jr. (English version, voice)
– Wings of Death: Albatross (1980) … Arsène Lupin III / Wolf (English version, voice)
 1978Lupin the Third: The Secret of Mamo
Lupin (1995) (English version, voice)

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