Bill Scott was bornon 2 August 1920 in Philadelphia, American, is American voice actor. Bill Scott was one of the most cherished named in the entertainment circles known for being a talented voice artist, writer and singer. A man with multitude skills, he started his career as a writer and soon earned the nickname ‘story man’ while working at Warner Brothers. It was his excellence with the pen that helped him scale heights in his glorious career. In his lifetime, he worked for Jay Wards and United Productions of America. It was while narrating the script of ‘The Rock and Bullwinkle’ for Jay Wards, using a different voice tone for each character for better understanding, he was offered the voice over for Bullwinkle. He gladly accepted the offer and since then, gave voice over for several animated cartoon characters. Other than serving as the writer and voice artist, he also did a couple of films including, ‘George of the Jungle’, ‘Super Chicken’, ‘Tom Slick’, ‘Fractured Flickers’ and ‘Hoppity Hooper’. He was also an avid singer and was a foremost performer of the Little Theatre group.
He breathed his last on November 29, 1985 due to cardiac arrest
He, along with Phil Eastman, was responsible for adapting the Dr Seuss’s original story into the 1951 Academy Award winning animation short film, ‘Gerald McBoing-Boing’