William Dufris Dies: Voice of Bob The Builder In North America Was 62

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William Dufris Dies: Voice of Bob The Builder In North America Was 62
William Dufris, who voiced the title character in the U.S. and Canadian version of the children’s series Bob the Builder for its first nine seasons, has died of cancer. He was 62. Pocket Universe Productions, which Dufris co-founded, confirmed the news on social media Tuesday but did not give details.

“There is a hole in a lot of people’s hearts right now.,” the company said in a tweet (see it below).

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Born on February 1, 1958, in Houlton, Me, Dufris got his start in voice acting in London during his early 20s. He worked on audiobooks, language tapes and the like and also acted in BBC Radio
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