Billy West (Doug Funnie and Roger Klotz)
Billy West first introduced viewers to Doug Funnie when Doug made its debut in August 1991. The prolific voice actor also took on the role of Doug’s nemesis Roger Klotz, continuing to voice the Bluffington teens for the rest of the show’s Nickelodeon run. He went on to earn vocal credits for The Ren & Stimpy Show, Extreme Ghostbusters, Voltron: The Third Dimension, Histeria!, Men in Black: The Series, CatDog, Futurama, and The 7D.
Constance Shulman (Patti Mayonnaise)
Constance Shulman brought Doug’s crush, Patti Mayonnaise, to the small screen. The actress voiced the talented girl through the final Nickelodeon episode. Shulman is now best known for her role of Yoga Jones in Netflix’s Emmy-winning Orange Is the New Black.
Fred Newman (Bud Dink, Porkchop, and Skeeter)
Fred Newman was an integral part of Doug, voicing Doug’s best friend Mosquito “Skeeter” Valentine, his dog Porkchop, and his older neighbor Mr. Bud Dink. Newman also made sporadic appearances as Roger’s pal Ned Cauphee and Roger’s cat Stinky. The actor picked up subsequent credits for Joe’s Apartment, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Extreme Ghostbusters, Pinky and the Brain, Voltron: The Third Dimension, Histeria!, Men in Black: The Series, Horrible Histories, CatDog, The New Woody Woodpecker Show, Futurama, and The 7D.
Alice Playten (Beebe Bluff)
Alice Playten was Beebe Bluff on Doug for the show’s run, voicing Doug’s heiress classmate. The Legend actress followed her turn as Beebe with gigs in I.Q., Frasier, As the World Turns, and The Rebound.
Greg Lee (Bob White)
Greg Lee took on a leadership role with Doug, voicing Bob White, the mayor of Bluffington. The voice actor, who also brought White to Disney’s Doug, later popped up in The District and George Lopez.
Doris Belack (Tippi Dink)
Doris Belack lent her voice to Doug, bringing Tippi Dink, the wife to Bud Dink, and Mrs. Wingo, Doug’s teacher, to the small screen. The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult actress went on to appear in The Odd Couple II and Arranged, and episodes of Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, Law & Order, and Sex and the City.
Melissa Greenspan (Todd Bentley)
Melissa Greenspan landed her first credited gig thanks to Doug. She voiced a boy named Todd Bentley, who is a huge fan of Doug’s. Her post-Doug projects include Diamond Men, Repli-Kate, and The Wild Thornberrys Movie, and episodes of Boston Common, Party of Five, Beverly Hills, 90210, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Desperate Housewives, Switched at Birth, and NCIS.
Fran Brill (Miss Elaine Perigrew)
Fran Brill joined Doug for two episodes, voicing Miss Elaine Perigrew, Doug’s art teacher. Brill is best known for her work on Sesame Street, in which she voices various characters like Zoe and Prairie Dawn.
Doug Preis (Phil Funnie, Lamar)
Doug Preis spent a few years on Doug, voicing Doug’s father Phil Funnie, as well as Bluffington assistant principal Lamar Bone. The actor has since lent his vocals to Big Baby and Bubble Guppies.