Bob Bergen

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Bergen at the 2014 Annie Awards
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Born > Robert Bergen
(1964-03-08) March 8, 1964 (age 50)
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. > > >
Nationality > American > > > Other names > Bob Bergan, Bob Berger > > > Occupation > Voice actor > > > Years active > 1985–present > > > Website > > > www.bobbergen.com > >

Robert "Bob" Bergen (born March 8, 1964 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American voice actor. He is the current voice of Porky Pig (having performed the character in Tiny Toon Adventures, Space Jam, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Duck Dodgers and The Looney Tunes Show), and formerly hosted Jep!, a kids' version of the popular game show Jeopardy!. He is also known for voicing characters in the English dubs of various animes.

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Bergen is responsible for the voice of Lupin the Third for the Streamline Pictures dubs in the late 1980s and early 1990s: Mystery of Mamo (directed by Soji Yoshikawa), The Castle of Cagliostro (directed by Hayao Miyazaki) and Lupin the Third's Greatest Capers (2 TV episodes from Series Two directed by Hayao Miyazaki). He also played the part of No-Face in the 2001 academy award winning movie Spirited Away and Kai and Masaru in the Streamline dubbed version of the anime classic Akira.

He is also responsible for the voice of Luke Skywalker in over a dozen Star Wars video games as well as the Robot Chicken Episode I, Episode II and Episode III specials, the voice of Wembley and the World's Oldest Fraggle for the animated Fraggle Rock, was selected to play the animated versions of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Link Hogthrob in the ill-fated Little Muppet Monsters, and also voiced characters of the day in the 1987-1989 seasons of Muppet Babies.

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 >Awards and nominations[edit]

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2004  > Nominated  > Duck Dodgers  > Porky Pig/Eager Young Space Cadet  > Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production  > Annie Awards

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2011  > Nominated  > The Looney Tunes Show  > Porky Pig  > Outstanding Voice-Over Performance  > Emmy Awards

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2013  > Nominated  > The Looney Tunes Show  > Porky Pig  > Outstanding Voice-Over Performance  > Emmy Awards  > >

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American actor

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March 8, 1964

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St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.

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