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  • Greg Berg
  • Greg Berg
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  • Greg Berg is an American voice actor. He has done voice-overs for various cartoons and video games. He has also been used in films as a voice match for certain male Hollywood actors. He has done over 100 voices and sound alikes.
  • Greg provides assorted voices, including Donald Sutherland and Robert De Niro in "The Best Christmas Story Never".
  • Greg Berg is a voice actor who was heard as Baby Fozzie and Baby Scooter on Muppet Babies. He also voiced the adult Fozzie Bear and Dr. Julius Strangepork in the short-lived Little Muppet Monsters, and lent his voice to a countdown announcer, uncredited, in The Muppets. Berg's other voice credits include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yo, Yogi! (as Huckleberry Hound), The Simpsons, and Garfield and Friends.
  • Outside The Simpsons, Berg has performed voice roles in a number of animated cartoons, including Muppet Babies, Yo Yogi! and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He has also done animation voice work in movies and video games, with occasional live-action roles.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Greg Berg Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Greg Berg (born November 26, 1960) is an American voice actor. He may be most notable for his work in Muppet Babies (as the baby versions of Fozzie Bear and Scooter) and the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series (substituting for Barry Gordon as Donatello and Bebop).
  • Berg provided the voice of character John Revolting on Rick Dees' radio shows and can also be heard on Dees' Grammy-nominated comedy album Hurt Me Baby, Make Me Write Bad Checks. After the death of Daws Butler, with whom Berg had studied, animation studio Hanna-Barbera Productions began a fifty-year anniversary show which included new lines for the Daws Butler characters Babba Looey and Augie Doggy. Berg was hired to provide voices for them both with reverence to his late mentor and coach. In Disney's 2011 film The Muppets, Berg's normal speaking voice can be heard briefly as the off-screen stage manager just before the Muppet Telethon starts.
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  • Masculino
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  • Actor de voz
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Name
  • Greg Berg
  • Berg, Greg
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  • Berg in 2009
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Links
  • * IMDb * Wikipedia
Titles
  • Voice Actor
yearsactive
  • 1982
Occupation
  • Voice talent/Character actor
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  • 26
Y
  • 1960
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  • 11
Birth
  • 1960-11-26
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  • Greg Berg is an American voice actor. He has done voice-overs for various cartoons and video games. He has also been used in films as a voice match for certain male Hollywood actors. He has done over 100 voices and sound alikes.
  • Greg Berg (born November 26, 1960) is an American voice actor. He may be most notable for his work in Muppet Babies (as the baby versions of Fozzie Bear and Scooter) and the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series (substituting for Barry Gordon as Donatello and Bebop). He has also provided voices in The Simpsons, Yo Yogi! (as Huckleberry Hound), Robotman (as the title character), Flint the Time Detective, Toy Story, Revenge of the Nerds (as the Larry Fine robot), Everquest II, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Infamous, and Everquest II. He has done voice matches for celebrities such as Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel.
  • Greg provides assorted voices, including Donald Sutherland and Robert De Niro in "The Best Christmas Story Never".
  • Greg Berg is a voice actor who was heard as Baby Fozzie and Baby Scooter on Muppet Babies. He also voiced the adult Fozzie Bear and Dr. Julius Strangepork in the short-lived Little Muppet Monsters, and lent his voice to a countdown announcer, uncredited, in The Muppets. Berg's other voice credits include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Yo, Yogi! (as Huckleberry Hound), The Simpsons, and Garfield and Friends.
  • Outside The Simpsons, Berg has performed voice roles in a number of animated cartoons, including Muppet Babies, Yo Yogi! and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He has also done animation voice work in movies and video games, with occasional live-action roles.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Greg Berg Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Berg provided the voice of character John Revolting on Rick Dees' radio shows and can also be heard on Dees' Grammy-nominated comedy album Hurt Me Baby, Make Me Write Bad Checks. After the death of Daws Butler, with whom Berg had studied, animation studio Hanna-Barbera Productions began a fifty-year anniversary show which included new lines for the Daws Butler characters Babba Looey and Augie Doggy. Berg was hired to provide voices for them both with reverence to his late mentor and coach. In Disney's 2011 film The Muppets, Berg's normal speaking voice can be heard briefly as the off-screen stage manager just before the Muppet Telethon starts. Berg was trained in legitimate comedy and character acting for stage and television with Harvey Lembeck, whose former students included Robin Williams, John Ritter, and various Happy Days cast members. He also studied sketch comedy writing with Danny Simon.
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