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Board of Governors

July 18, 2013

Bob Bergen, Performers

Two-time Emmy-nominated actor Bob Bergen has worked in all aspects of television: from sitcoms, to soaps, to game shows, hosting Jep!, the kid's version of Jeopardy! for GSN. His voice is heard in thousands of commercials, promos, animated series and specials. He's worked on dozens of feature films, including Wreck it Ralph, The Lorax, Tangled, Tinker Bell, Spirited Away, A Bug’s Life, Iron Giant, The Emperor’s New Groove, Up and the Disney short Get a Horse.  He voices Luke Skywalker in the Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials and is an Annie Award nominee for playing Cadet in the two-time Emmy-nominated series Duck Dodgers. He currently stars as Porky Pig in CN’s hit series The Looney Tunes Show.

He has been an active member of the Television Academy since 1994, serving on the Performers Peer Group Executive Committee, Daytime Committee, Executive Committee, Television Academy Honors Committee, Governors Award Comittee, Governors Ball Committee and Membership Committee. Over the years he's served as co-host and announcer for The Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards.  Since 1987 he has been a volunteer Big Brother for two boys, and was honored as Jewish Big Brother of the Year in 2007.

 

Two-time Emmy-nominated actor Bob Bergen has worked in all aspects of television: from sitcoms, to soaps, to game shows, hosting Jep!, the kid's version of Jeopardy! for GSN. His voice is heard in thousands of commercials, promos, animated series and specials. He's worked on dozens of feature films, including Wreck it Ralph, The Lorax, Tangled, Tinker Bell, Spirited Away, A Bug’s Life, Iron Giant, The Emperor’s New Groove, Up and the Disney short Get a Horse.  He voices Luke Skywalker in the Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials and is an Annie Award nominee for playing Cadet in the two-time Emmy-nominated series Duck Dodgers. He currently stars as Porky Pig in CN’s hit series The Looney Tunes Show.

He has been an active member of the Television Academy since 1994, serving on the Performers Peer Group Executive Committee, Daytime Committee, Executive Committee, Television Academy Honors Committee, Governors Award Comittee, Governors Ball Committee and Membership Committee. Over the years he's served as co-host and announcer for The Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards.  Since 1987 he has been a volunteer Big Brother for two boys, and was honored as Jewish Big Brother of the Year in 2007.

 

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