Keith Scott - Details


Keith is one of the world's most accomplished voice mimics, with a repertoire of over 500 impersonations. The Australian native, enchanted since childhood with all the cartoon characters created by Jay Ward, first demonstrated his uncanny ability to duplicate the voice of Bullwinkle for Ward (and co-creator Bill Scott, no relation) back in 1973.
In the ensuing years, following the deaths of both Scott (in 1985) and Ward (in 1989), Keith Scott was welcomed into the Ward fold, and signed on as the new voice for many of these cartoon characters. Since his affiliation with Ward Productions (and product licensee, Universal Studios), Scott has recreated the voices of Bullwinkle, Boris Badenov and Dudley Do-Right for a variety of U.S. projects, both entertainment and corporate. These include EverReady Batteries, Taco Bell and Cheerios, the Bullwinkle sound effects library, and the vocal introductions to the newly repackaged Rocky & Bullwinkle and Friends TV package, among others. He also played the Narrator in Disney's live-action adaptation of Ward's George Of The Jungle (1997)
In addition to his work with Ward Productions, Scott also represented Warner Bros. animation from 1990-96. Paying homage to another legendary vocal talent, Mel Blanc, Scott served as the official voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and other Looney Tunes characters for the company in the Asia-Pacific market.