Dean of Hollywood Voicemen who was simply the original tone of voice of Disney’s Goofy and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and television’s Bozo the Clown. At age group 12, he made a decision to sign up for a Portland road huckster, playing the clarinet within a hobo clown outfit. After he became a member of Disney he proved helpful prolifically in tone of voice work–he was the useful pig in the Three Small Pigs–and some lyrics composing. He co-developed the lyrics to Big Poor Wolf. He was created in Jacksonville, Oregon, among seven kids of Judge William Mason Colvig and his wife, Adelaide Birdseye. Clarence Nash supplied another valued Disney character tone of voice, that of Donald Duck.
|1||Portrayed "Bozo the Clown" on KTLA-Channel 5 in Los Angeles, California from 1959 to 1964. Although it wasn't the first "Bozo" TV show (at least a couple preceded it under Capitol Records' ownership), it was the first after Larry Harmon's business partnership purchased the licensing rights from creator Alan Livingston and owner Capitol Records.|
|2||Son of original "Bozo the Clown" Pinto Colvig.|
|Boris and Natasha||1992||TV Movie||One-Eyed Man (as Vance Colvig)|
|The New Adam-12||1991||TV Series||Wino|
|Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme||1990||TV Movie||Special Guest Appearance|
|Night Court||1990||TV Series||Bum|
|Hard Time on Planet Earth||1989||TV Series||Fan #2|
|All's Fair||1989||Old Man (as Vance Colvig)|
|Big Top Pee-wee||1988||Clownie (as Vance Colvig)|
|Arizona Heat||1988||Mr. Gordon|
|Track 29||1988||Mr. Ennis (as Vance Colvig)|
|Mortuary Academy||1988||Uncle Willard (as Vance Colvig)|
|Crime Story||1988||TV Series||Billy Jones|
|Pass the Ammo||1988||Fritz|
|Maid to Order||1987||Man with Newspapers (as Vance Colvig)|
|Barfly||1987||Alcoholic Man (as Vance Colvig)|
|My Chauffeur||1986||Doolittle (as Vance Colvig)|
|Amazing Stories||1985||TV Series||Vaudevillian #1|
|The Boys Next Door||1985||Old Man|
|Three's a Crowd||1985||TV Series||Wino|
|St. Elsewhere||1982-1984||TV Series||Bum / Mr. Pechar|
|Fred Flintstone and Friends||1977||TV Series voice|
|Bozo the Clown||1959/I||TV Series||Bozo|
|Dudes||1987||performer: "If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free", "Mexican Radio" - as Hezekiah|
|I've Got a Secret||1976||TV Series||Himself|
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