In life, there comes a time when you have to let go of certain actions and behaviors because of age and maturity…
But some things are just never meant to be discarded… many would agree that the Looney Tunes cartoons are one of those.
There’s always a ‘’but’’ in celebrity gossip…
But, a legend has fallen… Joe Alaskey, who voiced legendary cartoon characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety and Sylvester the Cat has died.
Alaskey’s family members shared the sad news of the NY native’s death on Wednesday night.
Alaskey voiced other Looney Tunes characters as well, including Marvin the Martian and Foghorn Leghorn.
Versatile Joe – who was a successor of voice actor Mel Blanc at Warner brothers – voiced many of his famous characters from 1990 – 1995. Alaskey also did some non – Warner Bros’ work too, he voiced Grandpa Pickles on Rugrats and was most recently featured on Investigation Discovery’s ‘’Murder Comes To Town.’’
Entertainment guru, Joe was 63. RIP….Cadre.
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