Todd Doldersum

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Todd Doldersum
BornMay 31, 1972
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation(s)Voice actor, comedian, puppeteer
Years active1999–present

Todd Doldersum is a Canadian voice actor, [1] comedian and puppeteer. He is best known for performing Rocco and Grump in The Bittles . He's also known for voicing Hank Wooka in Nanalan' . He's also known for voicing Doug and many other characters in Mr. Meaty (2005–09). Doldersum also operated and voiced the character Big in the puppet-based series Big & Small (2008–11) and Sporty in Little Robots (2003–05). [2]


Early life

Doldersum was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario.

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