William Dufris, a prolific voice actor finest recognized for his voice as the unique Bob the Builder character within the well-liked youngsters's TV present, has died after a battle with most cancers. Pocket Universe Productions, which Dufris co-founded, confirmed the news on social media Tuesday but did not give details.
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The 62-year-old artist dubbed for the character in the U.S. and Canada version of the show. The American dub of the popular children's show, which originated in Britain, featured ME native William Dufris as the voice of the titular character.
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William voiced "Bob The Builder" in 75 episodes earlier than he was changed by comic Greg Proops in 2006. He was also the co-founder of Pocket Universe Production, that released the news of his untimely demise. However he'll all the time be remembered for his voice in Bob The Builder.