Bob The Builder's voice in North America was 62

William Dufris Dies Voice of Bob The Builder In North America Was 62

William Dufris, the voice of iconic children's TV character Bob on Bob the Builder, has died of complications from cancer at age 62.

"There is a hole in the hearts of many people right now", the company said in a tweet (see below).

Dufris voiced Bob in the USA and Canada for nine seasons of the show.

Who worked with top Hollywood talent during this time on BBC Radio including Kathleen Turner, Helena Bonham-Carter, Stockard Channing, and Sharon Gless. The company noted that Dufris died after a battle with cancer, though did not share more details about exactly when he passed away. In addition, he collaborated with audio drama writer/director Dirk Maggs on audio adaptations of The Amazing Spider-Man (here, he voiced Peter Parker), Judge Dredd, and An American Werewolf in London.

A Hole in People's Hearts!

The co-founder of the production house lost his battle with cancer. We will have more to say later.

Maggs shared a collection of photos of Dufris to Twitter on Wednesday, name checking several of Dufris' projects in the caption.

- Pocket Universe Productions (@PocketPlot) March 24, 2020A Lasting Legacy!

William voiced "Bob The Builder" in 75 episodes before he was replaced by comedian Greg Proops in 2006.

His other voice credits include the United Kingdom toon series Rocky and the Dodos and the English-dubbed versions of such animated features as Odin, Venus Wars and a pair of Lupin the Third pics. He was also the co-founder of Pocket Universe Production, that released the news of his untimely demise. They have referred to him as the original voice behind the character Bob from Bob The Builder.

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