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Bob Bergen joins us on the red carpet at the Emmy® Creative Arts Awards with a little voiceover of Porky Pig. His talent is vast beyond Porky Pig. He has done voiceovers in television and movies. He talent covers commercials, Wall E, Toy Story, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars to name just a very few.
His dream to be the voice of Porky Pig started at the age 5. He told his mother he wanted to be Porky Pig. When he was 14 he started by reaching out to Mel Blanc, the voiceover actor for Porky Pig, at the time. He took the advice provided by Mel Blanc and when the time was right he achieved his dream. This voiceover actor has performed iconic role providing tears, laughter, and memories that will live on for generations to come.
Bob Bergen’s talents have benefited the Television Academy for decades. He is a member Board of Governor for Television Academy Performers Peer Group. Bob Bergen, an active member since in 1994, provided service on the:
  1. • Daytime Committee • Executive Committee • Governors Ball Committee • Governors Award Committee (Chair) • Membership Committee • Co-host and announce of Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards • Membership Committee
He states, “there is 107 events held with the Television Academy.” Each event takes time to honor and celebrate each nominee, show, and talent.
Bob Bergen was excited to share that Lilly Tomlin Television Academy Governor, is being honored during the 23rd Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards show in January. She will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award. He had some great accolades for Kathy Bates and her exception career.
Bob Bergen’s success is everyday show up and be present. This daily success has been present in his life since his first phone call with Mel Blanc. He ended the interview with the classic Porky Pig, “That’s All Folks!”
Tammy Forchion @4ChionMarketing See all the photos from the two-day event here:

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