Bob Bergen

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Bob Bergen

Bob Bergen

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Bob Bergen

Date of Birth

Birthday: March 8
Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri

Three-time Emmy nominated actor Bob Bergen announced to his parents when he was five he wanted to be Porky Pig. His mother replied, "You can't be Porky Pig. You're Jewish." Despite this, he was determined. 

At fourteen he phoned Mel Blanc after researching a dozen or so phone books, crashed a recording session pretending to be Blanc's assistant, and watched him in action. Realizing he needed training, and for his voice to change, he began studying voice-over with every vo coach LA had to offer. Combined with two years at a Meisner acting conservatory and three years of improv study with The Groundlings, he was able to secure an agent at eighteen and pursue his dream, while tour guiding at Universal Studios allowed him to eat. He's performed in all aspects of on-camera television: from sitcoms to soaps to game shows - hosting Jep!, the kids' version of Jeopardy! for GSN. 

His voice is heard in thousands of commercials, promos, games, animated series and specials. He's voiced dozens of animated features, including Minions, Sing, Despicable Me 3, Wreck it Ralph, The Secret Life of Pets, Trolls, Tangled, Tinker Bell, Spirited Away, Cars, A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc., Iron Giant, The Emperor's New Groove, WALL-E, Toy Story 2 & 3, and Up. For 20 years he's voiced Luke Skywalker in dozens of games as well as three Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials. Series work includes Star Wars Resistance, Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Dallas & Robo, Clarence, Vampirina, Mr. Pickles, TripTank, and Curious George. 2020 marks his 30th year voicing Porky Pig. He currently stars as Porky in over 200 new Looney Tunes Cartoons shorts on HBO Max.

Bergen has been an active member of the Television Academy since 1994, serving on the Performers Peer Group Executive Committee, Daytime Committee, Executive Committee (four years), Television Academy Honors Committee, Governors Award Committee (Chair), Governors Ball Committee, Diversity Committee, Creative Arts Prime Time Emmy Committee (Vice Chair and co-Executive Producer), and Membership Committee. Over the years, he's served as co-host and announcer for the Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards.

Three-time Emmy nominated actor Bob Bergen announced to his parents when he was five he wanted to be Porky Pig. His mother replied, "You can't be Porky Pig. You're Jewish." Despite this, he was determined. 

At fourteen he phoned Mel Blanc after researching a dozen or so phone books, crashed a recording session pretending to be Blanc's assistant, and watched him in action. Realizing he needed training, and for his voice to change, he began studying voice-over with every vo coach LA had to offer. Combined with two years at a Meisner acting conservatory and three years of improv study with The Groundlings, he was able to secure an agent at eighteen and pursue his dream, while tour guiding at Universal Studios allowed him to eat. He's performed in all aspects of on-camera television: from sitcoms to soaps to game shows - hosting Jep!, the kids' version of Jeopardy! for GSN. 

His voice is heard in thousands of commercials, promos, games, animated series and specials. He's voiced dozens of animated features, including Minions, Sing, Despicable Me 3, Wreck it Ralph, The Secret Life of Pets, Trolls, Tangled, Tinker Bell, Spirited Away, Cars, A Bug's Life, Monsters, Inc., Iron Giant, The Emperor's New Groove, WALL-E, Toy Story 2 & 3, and Up. For 20 years he's voiced Luke Skywalker in dozens of games as well as three Robot Chicken: Star Wars specials. Series work includes Star Wars Resistance, Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Dallas & Robo, Clarence, Vampirina, Mr. Pickles, TripTank, and Curious George. 2020 marks his 30th year voicing Porky Pig. He currently stars as Porky in over 200 new Looney Tunes Cartoons shorts on HBO Max.

Bergen has been an active member of the Television Academy since 1994, serving on the Performers Peer Group Executive Committee, Daytime Committee, Executive Committee (four years), Television Academy Honors Committee, Governors Award Committee (Chair), Governors Ball Committee, Diversity Committee, Creative Arts Prime Time Emmy Committee (Vice Chair and co-Executive Producer), and Membership Committee. Over the years, he's served as co-host and announcer for the Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards.

updated 4.28.20

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Awards & Nominations

2 Nominations
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance - 2013
  • Nominee
  • Bob Bergen, as Porky Pig
  • The Looney Tunes Show
  • "We're In Big Truffle"
  • Cartoon Network
  • Warner Bros. Animation
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance - 2011
  • Nominee
  • Bob Bergen, as Porky Pig
  • The Looney Tunes Show
  • "Jailbird And Jailbunny"
  • Cartoon Network
  • Warner Bros. Animation
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
2019 Performers Nominee Reception
Terry Ann Gordon, Frank Scherma, Bob Bergen and Michael Ruscio at the Creative Arts Ball.
Bob Bergen and Marian Massaro at the 2019 Creative Arts Ball.
2019 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration
2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
71st L.A. Area Emmys
2018 Performers Nominee Reception
2018 Performers Nominee Reception
2018 Performers Nominee Reception
Bob Bergen, Patricka Darbo, Bob Bain
Anthony Turk, Bob Bergen, Marian Nassaro, Scott Carpinteri
2018 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration
2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration
2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration
2018 Commercials Nominee Reception
2017 Daytime Emmy Celebration
2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
Television Academy performers celebration
Bob Bergen and Television Academy governor Patrika Darbo at WORDS + MUSIC, presented Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Television Academy's Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.
Bob Bergen, Bruce Rosenblum, Maury McIntyre
Television Performers Peer Group governor Bob Bergen introduces the nominees for the 67th Primetime Emmys at the Performers Peer Group Celebration August 24 at the Montage in Beverly Hills, California.
L-R: Television Academy governor for production executives Tony Carey, Mirette Seireg Levine, performers governor Bob Bergen, Scott Carpinteri, and music governor Michael Levine at An Evening with Norman Lear at the Montalban Theater in Hollywood.
Bob Bergen and Lisa Marber-Rich at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
Bob Bergen, Lisa Marber-Rich and Tim Walsh at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
Bob Bergen at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
The panel at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
Bob Bergen and Kate Mulgrew arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater.
Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater.
Bob Bergen (l) and Jon Voight (r) of Ray Donovan attend the 2014 Primetime Emmys.
Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Janney (r) of Masters of Sex and Mom attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Lizzy Caplan (r) of Masters of Sex attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Joe Morton (r) of Scandal attend the Performers nominee reception.
Taylor Schilling (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Maurice LaMarche (r) of Futurama attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Margo Martindale (r) of The Americans attend the Performers nominee reception.
Bob Bergen (l) and Billy Bob Thornton of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.
Kate Mulgrew (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.
Tony Hale  and Bob Bergen
Peer group members and guests enjoy the picturesque rooftop setting at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, California.
Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen and 66th Primetime Emmy nominees Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Hale, Minnie Driver, Allison Janney and Ty Burrell at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
Bob Bergen, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg, Kevin Spacey, Bruce Rosenblum and Maury McIntyre at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
66th Primetime Emmy nominees at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
Bob Bergen, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg, Kevin Spacey, Bruce Rosenblum and MaMcIntyre at the Performersury  Peer Group nominee reception.
Television Academy GoveTelevision Academy Governor Bob Bergen and 66th Primetime Emrnor Bob Bergin and 66th Primetime Emmy nominees Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Hale, Minnie Driver, Allison Janney and Ty Burrell at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
Lily Tomlin and Bob Bergen, governors of the Television Academy Peformers Peer Group, arrive at the Montage Beverly Hills for their peers' Primetime Emmy nominee reception.
Lily Tomlin, Sarah Paulson, Bob Bergen
Bob Bergen and June Foray on the Red Carpet at the 65th Creative Arts Emmys
Lily Tomlin and Bob Bergen at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
Bob Bergen, Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
Bob Bergen of the Academy at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
Bob Bergen and nominated actors at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
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2019 Performers Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen with Jared Harris at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen with Luke Kirby at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen with Michael McKean at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen with Michael K. Williams at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen with Tony Hale at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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2019 Performers Nominee Reception
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Jackie Joseph and Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 2019 Performers Nominee Reception on Friday, September 20, 2019 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

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Terry Ann Gordon, Frank Scherma, Bob Bergen and Michael Ruscio at the Creative Arts Ball.
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Terry Ann Gordon, Frank Scherma, Bob Bergen and Michael Ruscio at the Creative Arts Ball.

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Bob Bergen and Marian Massaro at the 2019 Creative Arts Ball.
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Bob Bergen and Marian Massaro at the 2019 Creative Arts Ball.

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2019 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 2019 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration, at the Television Academy on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 in North Hollywood, California.

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2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
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P.J. Ochlan, Camilla Ochlan, Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen, Deborah Bronow, and Television Academy Governor Bob Bronow at the Performers Peer Group Celebration, Sunday, August 25, 2019 at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center, North Hollywood, California.

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2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governors Bob Bergen and Patrika Darbo at the Performers Peer Group Celebration, Sunday, August 25, 2019 at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center, North Hollywood, California.

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2019 Performers Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen, Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma, Joey King, and Television Academy Governor Patrika Darbo at the Performers Peer Group Celebration, Sunday, August 25, 2019 at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center, North Hollywood, California.

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71st L.A. Area Emmys
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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 71st Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards at the Saban Media Center at Television Academy's North Hollywood, California headquarters on Saturday, July 27, 2019.

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2018 Performers Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Governor Patrika Darbo, Sterling K. Brown, Sarah Paulson, and Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen at the 2018 Performers Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, September 15, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California.

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2018 Performers Nominee Reception
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Louie Anderson with Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 2018 Performers Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, September 15, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California.

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2018 Performers Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Governors Patrika Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 2018 Performers Nominee Reception presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, September 15, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California.

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Bob Bergen, Patricka Darbo, Bob Bain
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Bob Bain, Patricka Darbo and Bob Bergen at the 2018 Creative Arts Ball. 

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Anthony Turk, Bob Bergen, Marian Nassaro, Scott Carpinteri
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Anthony Turk, Bob Bergen, Marian Nassaro and Scott Carpinteri at the 2018 Creative Arts Emmys. 

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2018 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governors Bob Bergen and Patrika Darbo, and Tamara Clatterbuck attend the 2018 Daytime Programming Peer Group Celebration, at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

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2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen, James Pearce Connelly, Television Academy President and COO Maury McIntyre, Frank Scherma, and Mitch Waldow attend the Television Academy’s 2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration of the 70th Emmy Awards at NeueHouse Hollywood on Monday, August 20, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.

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2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration
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Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen and Television Academy President and COO Maury McIntyre attend the Television Academy’s 2018 Performers Peer Group Celebration of the 70th Emmy Awards at NeueHouse Hollywood on Monday, August 20, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.

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2018 Commercials Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen and Frank Scherma attend the 2018 Commercials Nominee Reception on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

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2017 Daytime Emmy Celebration
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Bob Bergen and Television Academy Governor Patrika Darbo attend The Television Academy's 2017 Daytime Television Peer Group Celebration at the Saban Media Center on Wednesday, August 23, 2017, in North Hollywood, California.

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2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
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Television Academy Governor Monte Haught, Bob Bergen and Frank Scherma attend The Television Academy's 2017 Executives Emmy Celebration at The Montage Hotel on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

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2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
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Bob Bergen and Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington at The Television Academy's 2017 Executives Emmy Celebration at The Montage Hotel on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

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2017 Executives Emmy Celebration
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Television Academy Governor Monte Haught, Bob Bergen and Frank Scherma attend The Television Academy's 2017 Executives Emmy Celebration at The Montage Hotel on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy performers celebration
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Lily Tomlin, left, and Bob Bergen attend the Television Academy's 2017 Performers Peer Group Celebration of the 69th Emmy Awards at Montage Beverly Hills on Monday, August 21, 2017, in Beverly Hills, California.

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Bob Bergen and Television Academy governor Patrika Darbo at WORDS + MUSIC, presented Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Television Academy's Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.
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Bob Bergen and Television Academy governor Patrika Darbo at WORDS + MUSIC, presented Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Television Academy's Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.

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Bob Bergen, Bruce Rosenblum, Maury McIntyre
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Performers Peer Group governor Bob Bergen, Television Academy chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum, and Television Academy president and COO Maury McIntyre on the red carpet at the Performers Peer Group Celebration August 24 at the Montage in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Performers Peer Group governor Bob Bergen introduces the nominees for the 67th Primetime Emmys at the Performers Peer Group Celebration August 24 at the Montage in Beverly Hills, California.
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Television Performers Peer Group governor Bob Bergen introduces the nominees for the 67th Emmy Awards in attendance at the Performers Peer Group Celebration August 24 at the Montage in Beverly Hills, California.

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Bob Bergen and Daniel Clark pose in the press room at the 35th College Television Awards, presented by the Television Academy Foundation at The Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in the NoHo Arts District on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images)

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L-R: Television Academy governor for production executives Tony Carey, Mirette Seireg Levine, performers governor Bob Bergen, Scott Carpinteri, and music governor Michael Levine at An Evening with Norman Lear at the Montalban Theater in Hollywood.
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L-R: Television Academy governor for production executives Tony Carey, Mirette Seireg, performers governor Bob Bergen, Scott Carpinteri, and music governor Michael Levine at An Evening with Norman Lear at the Montalban Theater in Hollywood.

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Bob Bergen and Lisa Marber-Rich at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
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Bob Bergen and Lisa Marber-Rich at The Business of Voice-over in New York City.

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Bob Bergen, Lisa Marber-Rich and Tim Walsh at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
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Bob Bergen, Lisa Marber-Rich and Tim Walsh at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.

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Bob Bergen at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
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Bob Bergen at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.

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The panel at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.
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The panel at The Business of Voiceover in New York City.

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Bob Bergen and Kate Mulgrew arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater.
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Bob Bergen and Kate Mulgrew arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater.

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Academy Governor Bob Bergen, left, and nominee Cat Deeley attend the Television Academy's 66th Emmy Awards Performance Nominee Reception at the Pacific Design Center on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, in West Hollywood, Calif. (Photo by Phil McCarten/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images)

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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) arrive at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theater. 

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Academy Governor Bob Bergen, left, and nominee Allison Tolman attend the Television Academy's 66th Emmy Awards Performance Nominee Reception at the Pacific Design Center on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, in West Hollywood, Calif. (Photo by Phil McCarten/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images)

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Bob Bergen (l) and Jon Voight (r) of Ray Donovan attend the 2014 Primetime Emmys.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Jon Voight (r) of Ray Donovan attend the 2014 Primetime Emmys.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Janney (r) of Masters of Sex and Mom attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Janney (r) of Masters of Sex and Mom attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Lizzy Caplan (r) of Masters of Sex attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Lizzy Caplan (r) of Masters of Sex attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Joe Morton (r) of Scandal attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Joe Morton (r) of Scandal attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Taylor Schilling (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Taylor Schilling (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Maurice LaMarche (r) of Futurama attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Maurice LaMarche (r) of Futurama attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Allison Tolman (r) of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Margo Martindale (r) of The Americans attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Margo Martindale (r) of The Americans attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Bob Bergen (l) and Billy Bob Thornton of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen (l) and Billy Bob Thornton of Fargo attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Kate Mulgrew (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.
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Kate Mulgrew (l) of Orange Is the New Black and Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Tony Hale  and Bob Bergen
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Tony Hale (l) of Veep and Television Academy governor Bob Bergen (r) attend the Performers nominee reception.

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Peer group members and guests enjoy the picturesque rooftop setting at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, California.
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Television Academy Governor Bob Bergen and 66th Primetime Emmy nominees Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Hale, Minnie Driver, Allison Janney and Ty Burrell at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg, Kevin Spacey, Bruce Rosenblum and Maury McIntyre at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
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66th Primetime Emmy nominees at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
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Bob Bergen, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg, Kevin Spacey, Bruce Rosenblum and MaMcIntyre at the Performersury  Peer Group nominee reception.
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Television Academy GoveTelevision Academy Governor Bob Bergen and 66th Primetime Emrnor Bob Bergin and 66th Primetime Emmy nominees Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Hale, Minnie Driver, Allison Janney and Ty Burrell at the Performers Peer Group nominee reception.
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Lily Tomlin and Bob Bergen, governors of the Television Academy Peformers Peer Group, arrive at the Montage Beverly Hills for their peers' Primetime Emmy nominee reception.
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Lily Tomlin and Bob Bergen, governors of the Television Academy Peformers Peer Group, arrive at the Montage Beverly Hills for their peer group's Primetime Emmy nominee reception.

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Lily Tomlin, Sarah Paulson, Bob Bergen
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Bob Bergen and June Foray on the Red Carpet at the 65th Creative Arts Emmys
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Lily Tomlin and Bob Bergen at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
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Bob Bergen, Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
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Bob Bergen of the Academy at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
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Bob Bergen and nominated actors at the 2013 Performers Emmy Celebration
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