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[[Image:Willryan.jpg|frame|Will Ryan in 1983]]
 
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'''Will Ryan''' (b. 1939) is a voice actor and writer who scripted multiple episodes of ''[[The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss]]'', served as consulting producer on the series (often credited as Terwilliger Ryan or another pseudonym), and authored the book ''[[The King's Beard]]''.
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'''Will Ryan''' (b. November 13,1939 in Cleveland,OH,USA) is an American voice actor and writer who scripted multiple episodes of ''[[The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss]]'', served as consulting producer on the series (often credited as Terwilliger Ryan or another pseudonym), and authored the book ''[[The King's Beard]]''.
   
As a performer, Ryan partnered with [[Phil Baron]] as "Willio and Phillio" in the 1970s. He soon established himself as a voice actor, playing Willie the Giant and Pete in ''[[Mickey Mouse|Mickey's Christmas Carol]]'', Footloose on ''G.I. Joe'', Grubby in the Teddy Ruxpin toys and animated series, and the seahorse in ''[[The Little Mermaid]]''. He voiced Rabbit in the 1983 [[Winnie the Pooh]] featurette ''Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore'' and the same year played Rabbit, [[Tigger]], and Eeyore's singing voice in ''Welcome to Pooh Corner'' for the [[Disney Channel]]. Ryan has been heard in such Don Bluth features as ''An American Tail'' (Digit) and ''The Land Before Time'' (Petrie). As a writer, Ryan has contributed regular articles to ''Animation Magazine'' and created Elmo Aardvark ([[Elmo|no relation]]), who starred in several audio CDs and the flash animated series ''Elmo Aardvark: Outer Space Detective''.
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As a performer, Ryan partnered with [[Phil Baron]] as "Willio and Phillio" in the 1970s. He soon established himself as a voice actor, playing Willie the Giant and Pete in ''[[Mickey Mouse|Mickey's Christmas Carol]]'', Footloose on ''G.I. Joe'', Grubby in the Teddy Ruxpin toys and animated series, and the seahorse in ''[[The Little Mermaid]]''. He voiced Rabbit in the 1983 [[Winnie the Pooh]] featurette ''Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore'' and the same year played Rabbit, [[Tigger]], and Eeyore's singing voice in ''Welcome to Pooh Corner'' for the [[Disney Channel]]. Ryan has been heard in such Don Bluth features as ''An American Tail'' (Digit) and ''The Land Before Time'' (Petrie). As a writer, Ryan has contributed regular articles to ''Animation Magazine'' and created Elmo Aardvark ([[Elmo|no relation]]), who starred in several audio CDs and the flash animated series ''Elmo Aardvark: Outer Space Detective''. He was the voice behind Frog 4 Frog And Toad Are Friends which was an animated short back in the '80s which was based on the books by the l8 Arnold Lobel.
   
 
==Writing Credits==
 
==Writing Credits==

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Will Ryan in 1983

Will Ryan (b. November 13,1939 in Cleveland,OH,USA) is an American voice actor and writer who scripted multiple episodes of The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, served as consulting producer on the series (often credited as Terwilliger Ryan or another pseudonym), and authored the book The King's Beard.

As a performer, Ryan partnered with Phil Baron as "Willio and Phillio" in the 1970s. He soon established himself as a voice actor, playing Willie the Giant and Pete in Mickey's Christmas Carol, Footloose on G.I. Joe, Grubby in the Teddy Ruxpin toys and animated series, and the seahorse in The Little Mermaid. He voiced Rabbit in the 1983 Winnie the Pooh featurette Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore and the same year played Rabbit, Tigger, and Eeyore's singing voice in Welcome to Pooh Corner for the Disney Channel. Ryan has been heard in such Don Bluth features as An American Tail (Digit) and The Land Before Time (Petrie). As a writer, Ryan has contributed regular articles to Animation Magazine and created Elmo Aardvark (no relation), who starred in several audio CDs and the flash animated series Elmo Aardvark: Outer Space Detective. He was the voice behind Frog 4 Frog And Toad Are Friends which was an animated short back in the '80s which was based on the books by the l8 Arnold Lobel.

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