|Castle||2013 2013||Actor||Benjamin Wade||20137|
|Major Crimes||2013 2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.||2014 2014||Actor||Agent Jacobson||20147|
|Intelligence||2014 2014||Actor||FBI Director Oliver Sicola||20147|
|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs||1943||Voice||n/a||19436|
|The Rescuers||1977||Voice||of Evinrude||19776|
|Alice in Wonderland||1950||Voice||of the Dormouse||19506|
|A Bryk at a Time||2013 2012 - 2013||Sound Recordist||n/a||1|
|The Black Hole||1979||Sound Effects||n/a||1|
|"Retired" from active status at the Disney studio|
|Provided the voices for Jaq and Gus, two mice in "Cinderella", Disney's biggest hit until "Mary Poppins"|
|Performed the voice of the Dormouse in "Alice in Wonderland"|
|First major credit, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"; yodeled for the dwarves, sneezed for Sneezy, and whistled for the calliope|
|Was working as a drummer in a cruise ship band when he first met Walt Disney|
|Visited the Disney studio with his band to record a soundtrack for a Mickey Mouse cartoon|
|Assisted Disney musical director Irwin Kostal with the digital rerecording of "Fantasia"|
|Succeeded Walt Disney as the voice of Mickey Mouse for Disney short subjects beginning with "Mickey and the Beanstalk"|
|Became the sound effects "wizard" for the Disney studio creating sounds and voices for numerous shorts and features|
|Provided the voice of Evinrude, the dragonfly, in "The Rescuers"|
|Roberta Macdonald||Wife||they were married for 50 years|
|From The Hollywood Reporter obituary (February 7, 1991): "He used a wooden berry basket that he crumbled to get the effect of falling timber, springs in a box mounted on roller-skate wheels to simulate a railroad car and dried peas in a wooden keg for rainfall. He also was a master of improvisation. He once blew through a condom to create the sound of a buzzing bee."|
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