Noam Zylberman

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Noam Zylberman (born June 30, 1973 in Haifa, Israel) is a voice actor best known for the voice of Split Kit from Garbage Pail Kids and also the voice of Bentley Raccoon in the popular animated series The Raccoons from 1987 to 1990.

He also played Chip on Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater, Billy in Popples, Bobby in the Police Academy cartoon series, Rusty Wildwood in Sylvanian Families, Curtis Shumway in ALF Tales, Fritz in the 1990 animated movie The Nutcracker Suite, Buddy in Little Rosey, Stoke in Iggy Arbuckle, Fidge in the Star Wars: Droids cartoon special The Great Heep and Tiger in the 1987 animated feature The Wild Puffalumps as well as different voices in Tales from the Cryptkeeper, C.O.P.S., Babar, My Pet Monster and The Care Bears.

In 1991 he received a nomination for the Young Artist Award, for Best Young Actor in a Cable Special (Last Train Home, 1990).

He has also appeared on camera in television shows and films such as Katts and Dog, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Double Standard, Friday the 13th: The Series, Love and Hate: The Story of Colin and Joanne Thatcher, The Magic Library, The Long Road Home, War of the Worlds, Lantern Boy, T. and T., My Secret Identity, Tom Alone, A Town Torn Apart, The Playground, Joshua Then and Now, Jane of Lantern Hill, Adderly, Shoot Me, Tigers in a Cage, Circus on the Moon, Kids Just Want to Have Fun, Verdict and Last Train Home.

He also starred in the leading role, as a child, in the Canadian movie The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick.

Has an older sister Ilana.

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