Noel Blanc

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Noel Blanc
Born Noel Barton Blanc
(1938-10-19) October 19, 1938 (age 78)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Voice actor
Years active 1960–2005
Spouse(s) Larraine Lax (m. 1967–72)
Martha Smith (m. 1977–86)
Katherine Hushaw (m. 1998)

Noel Barton Blanc (born October 19, 1938) is a retired American voice actor, the son of late voice acting legend Mel Blanc.

Throughout Noel's childhood and early adulthood, he worked with his father on the Looney Tunes voices so that when the time came, he could take over for his father.[1] Following his father's death, Noel voiced Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, The Tasmanian Devil, and other characters in Tiny Toon Adventures before retiring from voice acting.

Noel also voiced Elmer Fudd for the direct-to-video film Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, impersonating his father's late co-star Arthur Q. Bryan.

Blanc also appeared in the television booth during the 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400 due to a promotion with the Looney Tunes at Richmond International Raceway in 2001 and 2002. Blanc did his Bugs Bunny voice, lamenting that he did not get to start the race at all.[2]


  • Dog Gone People - Additional Voices
  • This Is Your Life - Himself
  • Roger Rabbit and the Secrets of Toons Town - Himself
  • Fifty Years of Bugs Bunny in 3 1/2 Minutes - Himself
  • Happy Birthday, Bugs!: 50 Looney Years - Himself
  • What's Up Doc? A Salute to Bugs Bunny - Himself
  • Tiny Toon Adventures - Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, The Tasmanian Devil, The Great and Powerful Principal, The Chef
  • The Chuck Woolery Show - Himself
  • The Plucky Duck Show - Additional Voices
  • Vicki! - Himself
  • Entertaining the Troops - Himself
  • Behind the Tunes - Himself
  • 100 Greatest Cartoons - Himself
  • Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story - Elmer Fudd
  • Family Guy - Elmer Fudd
  • Friz on Film - Himself
  • Mel Blanc: The Man of a Thousand Voices - Himself
  • King-Size Comedy: Tex Avery and the Looney Tunes Revolution - Himself
  • I Know That Voice - Himself


Preceded by
Jeff Bergman
Voice of Porky Pig
Succeeded by
Bob Bergen
Preceded by
Jeff Bergman
Voice of Tasmanian Devil
Succeeded by
Maurice LaMarche
Preceded by
Greg Burson
Voice of Bugs Bunny
Succeeded by
John Kassir
Preceded by
Chris Edgerly
Voice of Elmer Fudd
Succeeded by
Quinton Flynn
  1. ^ "Bob Bergen Official Web Site: Cool Clips". Retrieved 2010-05-16. 
  2. ^ 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo broadcast