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from the Real World
|Birthname: André Stojka
Years Active: 1967 - Present
Best Known As: He is best known for his role as 'Owl' in Winnie-the-Pooh, from 1994 - Present.
Agency: DPN - Danis, Panaro & Nist
Official Website: André Stojka Web Page
André Stojka is an American voice actor.
His career started in 1967, not as a voice actor, but as associate producer to an episode of the television western The Virginian.
Voice on Super Friends
- Additional Voices for the 1981 Shorts and the 1983 Shorts.
- As the voice of the Scarecrow for the Season 6 (1985) episode: The Fear
Notable Voiceover work
Notable animation voice credits include (not exhaustive):
- All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, The (1983, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Challenge of the GoBots (1984, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2002, Animated Film) King
- Emperor's New Groove, The (2000, Animated Film) (additional voices)
- McDonald's (1971, Commercials) The Professor (1980s)
- Rainbow Brite (1986, Animated Series) Starlite
- Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985, Animated Film) Spectran, Starlite, Wizard
- Richie Rich (1980, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Scooby and Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour, The (1982, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School (1988, Animated Special) Grim Creeper, Mummy Father
- Shirt Tales, The (1982, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Smurfs, The (1981, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Spider-Man (1981, Animated Series) (additional voices)
- Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985, Animated Series) Professor Phineas Sprock in "Riddle in the Middle of the Earth"
- ↑ Andre inherited the role of 'Owl' from Hal Smith ("Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. June 27, 1999.)