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Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny reprises his role as Rocko’s best friend, “Heffer Wolfe,” in Nickelodeon’s all-new original TV special Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, based on the classic ‘90s hit.

The notable voice actor is widely known for his lead role in Nickelodeon’s hit animated series SpongeBob SquarePants. Nick viewers will also recognize Kenny as “Dog” in CatDog and “Heffer Wolfe” in Rocko’s Modern Life. He has been the recipient of two Annie Awards for his voice work on SpongeBob SquarePants and Adventure Time.

Kenny’s additional television voice work includes “Lumpus the Moose” on Camp Lazlow and “Eduardo” on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. He has also been a regular cast member on the animated series Super Robot Monkey Team, My Gym Partner is a Monkey, Handy Manny, Futurama, Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo and Powerpuff Girls. Additionally, he currently lends his vocal talents to television series’ Adventure TimeWordgirlUltimate SpidermanHugglemonsters, and Brickelberry. In film Kenny’s voice can also be heard as various robots in Transformers-Revenge of the Fallen and as “Rabbit” in Winnie the Pooh.

In addition to his prolific voice work, Kenny has appeared as a standup comic on such television shows as The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brian, Premiere Blend and Comic Strip Live.

Kenny was a regular cast member of HBO’s critically acclaimed sketch program Mr. Show with Bob and David and appeared as the office loser “Persky” on Just Shoot Me. He has also guest-starred on The Drew Carey Show, Brotherly Love and Unhappily Ever After. Kenny made on-camera appearances as well as the evil “Binky the Clown” in the cult film Shakes the Clown, and starred alongside his wife in Smashing Pumpkins’ award-winning music video for “Tonight, Tonight.”

An aficionado of old blues, jazz, country and rockabilly music, Kenny occasionally moonlights with his band, performing songs from his extremely obscure record collection. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Jill Talley, son McKinley, and daughter Nora.