5 facts about 'Snoopy, Come Home' voice actor Bill Melendez
From working on Disney's Pinocchio to producing hundreds of commercials, Melendez was pretty special.
Have you ever wondered who voiced Snoopy in the legendary animation, Snoopy, Come Home? Bill Melendez had the honor of bringing this fictional character to life, but his work before and after the film shows he was perfect for the role.
Learning about the talent behind the voice gives you a deeper insight into how unique the film is, and it's cool to learn about their other work and creative processes.
Here are five facts about Snoopy, Come Home voice actor Bill Melendez.
1. He voiced Snoopy in this Peanuts film and several others
If Snoopy is one of your favorite Peanuts characters, Bill Melendez could be a part of the reason why. He voiced the legendary animated dog in Snoopy, Come Home, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown and more.
2. Melendez contributed to Disney's films Pinocchio and Bambi
Before his contributions to the Peanuts universe, Melendez was a part of Disney's historic animation family. He worked on films like Pinocchio and Bambi and watched Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs before working with Disney.
3. He served as an animator on the Looney Tunes series
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After working with Disney, Melendez got the opportunity to work on the Looney Tunes series where he served as an animator.
4. Melendez served on the advisory board at a film institution
With experience working with some of the biggest film companies, it was only fitting for Melendez to serve on the advisory board at the National Student Film Institute during the 1980s and 1990s.
5. He produced and directed hundreds of commercials
Not only was he an animator and voice actor, Melendez also produced and directed hundreds of television commercials during his lifetime.
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