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William Duffris, who voiced the popular cartoon Bob the Builder, passed away

Voice artist William Duffris, who was the voice of the popular cartoon Bob the Builder, has said goodbye to the world at the age of 62. He was suffering from cancer and for many years he was fighting this disease.

His teammates,…




Voice artist William Duffris, who was the voice of the popular cartoon Bob the Builder, has said goodbye to the world at the age of 62. He was suffering from cancer and for many years he was fighting this disease.

His teammates, who work together in his company Pocket Universe Production, have confirmed the news of William's departure via Twitter. He tweeted, "We are sorry to say that William Duffris, the co-founder of Pocket Universe Production and director of the show The Volt of Horror, sponsored by EC Comics, has died of cancer."

Were part of the show from the beginning

If the news is to be believed, Dufris gave his voice to Bob in 9 seasons of Bob the Builder in the US and Canada. He started his career by working in radio in London. Not only this, he also played the role of Peter Parkar in 'Spider-Man' in an audio drama. William Duffris voiced Bob the Builder in 75 episodes. In 2006, he was replaced by Greg Prupps.

Apart from this, he also worked in the children's shows Rocky and the Dodos and the anime movies X and Lupine III. Let us tell you that Bob the Builder cartoon was started in 1998. It was one of the children's favorite cartoons of the 2000s. Apart from this, Noddy and Oswald were also famous on TV.

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