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Scott, Keith 1954–

SCOTT, Keith 1954–


Born 1954, in Sydney, Australia.


Agent—Kazarian Spencer & Associates, Inc., 11365 Ventura Blvd., Suite 100, Studio City, CA 91604.


Actor and voice performer. Warner Bros. Consumer Producers, official voice recreater for all projects in the Southern Hemisphere, 1989—; official voice of Bullwinkle (a cartoon character), 1992—; provided voices for radio and television commercials; research associate/consultant on books, including Leonard Maltin's The Great American Broadcast, 1997, Jordan Young's The Laugh Crafters, 1998, and Graham Webb's The Animated Film Encyclopedia, 2000; also worked as a comedian and MC.

Awards, Honors:

Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, MEAA (Australia), Author's Society, Australia.


Film Appearances:

Voice, Around the World with Dot (animated; also known as Dot & Santa Claus), Hoyts Distribution, 1982.

Voices, Dot and the Koala (animated), 1985.

Voice, Dot and the Whale (animated), 1985.

Voice of Keeto, Dot and Keeto (animated), 1986.

Voice of radio announcer, Frenchman's Farm, Malo Video 1987.

Voice, Dot Goes to Hollywood (animated; also known as Dot in Concert), 1987.

Voice, Dot and the Smugglers (animated; also known as Dot and the Bunyip), 1987.

Voice, Black Tulip (animated), 1988.

Voice of Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland (animated), 1988 of male characters, The Magic Riddle, 1991.

Voice, Blinky Bill (animated; also known as Blinky Bill: The Mischievous Koala), 1992.

Go to Hell! (animated), 1997.

Narrator, George of the Jungle, Buena Vista, 1997.

Voices of The Phox and The Lox, Fractured Fairy Tales: The Phox, the Box & the Lox (animated short film), 1999.

Voices of Bluto and Popeye, Popeye's Bilgerat Barges (animated), 1999.

Voices of Dudley Do–Right and Inspector Fenwick, Dudley Do–Right's "Ripsaw Falls" (animated), 1999.

Voices of Bullwinkle J. Moose, narrator, cartoon Fearless leader, and cartoon Boris Badenov, The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle, Universal, 2000.

Narrator, George of the Jungle 2, Buena Vista Home Video, 2003.

Himself, Behind the Tunes—Wagnerian Wabbit: The Making of "What's Opera, Doc?" (documentary short film), 2004.

Himself, Behind the Tunes: Looney Tunes Go Hollywood (documentary short film), 2004.

Himself, Behind the Tunes—It Hopped One Night: A Look at "One Froggy Evening" (documentary short film), 2004.

Himself, Behind the Tunes—Crash! Bang! Boom!: The Wild Sounds of Treg Brown (documentary short film), 2004.

Television Appearances; Series:

Various voices, The Adventures of Blinky Bill (animated), Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1993.

(English version) Voices, Tabaluga, 1994.

Voice, Blinky Bill's Extraordinary Excursion, 1995.

Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown, 1998.

Computer voice, Paws, HBO, 1999.

Voice of Old Tom, Old Tom, 2002.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Voice of Santa Claus, The Adventures of Candy Claus (animated), syndicated, 1987.

Radio Appearances:

Various voices, How Green Was My Cactus, Australian radio, 1986—.


Video Games:

Various voices, Rocky & Bullwinkle's "Know–It–All Quiz Game," 1998.



The Moose That Roared (nonfiction), 2000.

Contributor to Animato Magazine.



Animation World Magazine, July 1, 2000.


Keith Scott Official Site,, July 1, 2005.

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