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Walter Tetley

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Walter Tetley (June 2, 1915 – September 4, 1975)[1] was an American voice actor specializing in child impersonation during radio's classic era, with regular roles on The Great Gildersleeve and The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show, as well as continuing as a voice-over artist in animated cartoons, commercials, and spoken-word record albums. He is perhaps best known as the voice of "Sherman" in the Jay Ward-Bill Scott Mr. Peabody TV cartoons. Walter Tetley's perennially adolescent voice was the result of a medical condition which arrested his development, preventing his voice from breaking into maturity as well as preventing his further physical growth. In 1971 Tetley was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident and used a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Numerous sources have suggested Tetley may have lost his southern California home in the same period and lived out his days in a trailer. He died in 1975 at age 60, having never fully recovered from his injuries. His interment was in Chatsworth's Oakwood Memorial Park.

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Jun 2, 1915 In Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Bold King Cole 1936-01-01
Latest Project:
Series The Dudley Do-Right Show 1969-04-27
Known For
Poster of Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends
Poster of Horror Island
Poster of Tower of London
Poster of Lord Jeff
Series The Dudley Do-Right Show Unknown 1969-04-27
Series Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends Sherman (voice) 1959-11-19
Movie Apple Andy Andy Panda 1946-04-09
Movie The Wacky Weed Andy Panda 1946-12-15
Movie Molly and Me Grocery Delivery Boy 1945-05-25
Movie The Gorilla Man Sammy 1943-01-14
Movie Who Done It? Elevator Operator (uncredited) 1942-10-30
Movie Thunder Birds Red Cross Nurse Trainee (uncredited) 1942-10-28
Movie The Haunted Mouse Mouse 1941-02-14
Movie Horror Island Delivery Boy 1941-03-28
Movie Tom Brown's School Days Student 1940-06-26
Movie Emergency Squad Matt 1940-01-05
Movie My Son, My Son! Newsboy 1940-03-21
Movie Under Texas Skies Theodore 1940-09-29
Movie The Villain Still Pursued Her Telegram Boy (uncredited) 1940-10-11
Movie You Can't Cheat an Honest Man Boy with Candy Cane 1939-02-17
Movie Boy Slaves Pee Wee 1939-02-02
Movie The Family Next Door Boy 1939-03-30
Movie The Spirit of Culver Hank 1939-03-10
Movie They Shall Have Music Rocks Mulligan 1939-08-18
Movie Tower of London Chimney Sweep 1939-11-17
Movie First Love Willie, Country Club Page 1939-11-10
Movie Lord Jeff Tommy Thrums 1938-06-17
Movie Prairie Moon Clarence Nails Barton 1938-10-07
Movie Bold King Cole Unknown 1936-01-01
Movie The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg Felix the Cat (voice) 1936-02-07
Movie Neptune Nonsense Felix the Cat (voice) 1936-03-20