Job Voice actor * Puppeteer * Advertising creative director * Comedian * Author * Radio personality
Years active 1944-present
Top Roles Marvin, Deputy Sheriff, Yawning man, Beaver, Bertie
Top GenresFamily, Animation, Comedy, Short Films, Musical, Drama
Top TopicsSatire, Show Business
Top Collaborators , (Director), ,
Shares birthday with Billie Burke, Ann Harding, Joseph Sistrom  see more..

Stan Freberg Overview:

Actor, Stan Freberg, was born Stanley Victor Freberg on Aug 7, 1926 in Los Angeles, CA. As of December 2020, Stan Freberg was 94 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Recording. In addition, Freberg was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame .

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Stan Freberg Quotes:

Bertie: Hubie, I'll never be able to touch this stuff again.
Hubie: Me neither. So there's nothing left to live for.
Bertie: You mean...?
[Hubie nods]
Hubie: Come on, Bert. Let's get it over with.
Bertie: Yeah, yeah. Over.


Narrator: Well, the Big Bad Wolf was really gone / And with him went his corny horn / Went out of this world without a trace / Didn't go to Heaven, was the other place.


Grover Groundhog: [after nearly being shot] This meat shortage is sure tough on us animals.


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Stan Freberg Facts
Got the idea for his classic, controversial satire on holiday commercialism, "Green Chri$tma$" (Capitol: 1959), from seeing an advertisement around Christmastime, 1958, of a family gathered around the tree, ecstatic at the sight of...four brand new snow tires. For Freberg, a Baptist minister's son, it was all too much, and he wrote the outline for the sketch that very afternoon.

He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 6145 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

Founded advertising agency "Freberg, Ltd. (but not very)" in 1957. The company motto is "Ars gratia pecuniae" (Latin for "art for money's sake"). The seal for the company was designed by Saul Bass and pictures a real seal, wearing sunglasses.

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