It's official! We've hired the master of voices himself, Bill Farmer - the authentic voice of Disney's Goofy ("Goofy Movie", All Official Goofy voices for Disney movies, TV Shows, and Parks, etc.) as our Sheriff Randall! We are beyond honored to have this incredible talent for "Generational Sins".
More officially contracted actors to be announced in the near future! Stay tuned!
ADDITIONAL INFO ABOUT MR. FARMER
For decades, audiences of all ages have enjoyed Bill Farmer’s standout work in vehicles and
venues as diverse as his talents – from clubs to conventions, broadcasts to podcasts, and TV
screens to movie screens.
What began in the standup comedy clubs of America’s heartland has become one of the most
colorful careers in Hollywood, with a seemingly endless list of live and recorded performances
engaging fans of every demographic.
While Bill has famously performed as the official voice of Disney’s Goofy and Pluto since 1986,
his sterling voice-acting resume includes thousands of leading and supporting roles in film,
television, advertising, consumer products, and more.
For his unparalleled body of animation-voice work with such leading studios as Pixar, Warner
Brothers, Universal and MGM, Bill became the first voice actor to receive the prestigious Friz
Freleng Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Animation. Equally distinguished is the
immortalizing Disney Legend Award (recognizing individuals whose unique talents have helped
shape the Disney legacy), which Bill received with entertainment icons Robin Williams and
Betty White. Further adding to Bill’s many honors, is the 2015 Annie Award for best acting in a
television series and an Emmy nomination for his memorable performances in the hit animated
series “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.”
Never straying from his comedy roots, Bill – and his more than 100 celebrity impressions and
dialects – has continued to thrill audiences with standup routines at clubs and corporate events,
and through his monthly improvisational performances with Fred Willard’s sketch-comedy
group, The MoHo’s, at Hollywood’s Second City Theater.
To help others reach their performance potential, Bill teaches voice-acting students, produces
voice-actor demos and offers private coaching through his own production company, Toonhouse,