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Jeff Bergman
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Voice Actor
    (July 10, 1960- )
    Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Voice of Bugs Bunny (1990 - )
    Voice of Fred Flintstone (2000- )
    Television credits include 'Tiny Toon Adventures,' 'Flintstones on the Rocks,' The Looney Tunes Show,' 'New Looney Tunes,' and 'Our Cartoon President'
    Film credits include 'Gremlins 2: The New Batch,' 'Jetsons: The Movie,' 'Big Miracle,' and 'Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run'
    His first major credit was voicing the Pillsbury Dough Boy.
    He accepted jobs voicing several Hanna-Barbera characters despite promoting himself as the official voice of the Looney Tunes.
    The conflict resulted in Warner Bros passing on him for most of the nineties, replacing him with other voice actors like Joe Alaskey and Greg Burson.
    This also resulted in his missing out on the smash hit that was 'Space Jam,' which saw Billy West get the voicing job of Bugs instead of him.
    He did voice work for a show called 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' and 'Tom and Jerry meet Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' (because ... well, why not?)
    As a kid, he liked doing impressions of Ed Sullivan for friends and family.
    He sold reluctant Warner Bros executives on hiring him to do voice-work by interchanging a reel of himself and Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny (they couldn't even tell the difference).
    His first performance as Bugs Bunny was in 1990's 'Box-Office Bunny,' the first Bugs Bunny short in over 25 years.
    He provided the voice of Bugs during a special appearance at the Academy Awards ceremony, and later for an SNL skit.
    His voice work was featured in the awesome 'Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera' attraction at Universal Studios Orlando, which was discontinued in 2002.
    He took turns with Joe Alaskey with the voice acting roles of some of the 'Looney Tunes' characters, including Daffy, Tweety, and Elmer Fudd.
    He returned to voicing the characters full-time in 2011, taking on the role as the series was rebranded for a more modern audience.
    He took on his first adult cartoon role, in 2018, as Donald Trump in Showtime's 'Our Cartoon President.'

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