Walter Tetley was an American actor and voice actor specializing in child impersonation during radio’s classic era, with regular roles on The Great Gildersleeve and The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show, as well as continuing as a voice-over artist in animated cartoons, commercials, and spoken-word record albums. He is perhaps best known as the voice of Sherman in the Jay Ward-Bill Scott Mr. Peabody TV cartoons.
|Born:||Walter Campbell Tetzlaff, 02, 1915, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.|
|Died:||04, 1975, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actor, voice actor|
|IMDb:||Walter Tetley’s IMDb|
About Walter Tetley
American voice actor who was famous for being a child impersonator on radio and had roles on The Great Gildersleeve and The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show.
He started performing at seven years old when he would perform Harry Lauder imitations.
His adolescent voice and lack of growth was the result of a medical condition.
He was born to a Scottish mother and a German father.
He played the voice role of Andy Panda in Walter Lantz cartoons in the late 1940s.
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- Burials at Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery
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