BOB BOUCHARD (Dopey) got his first job at the age of 16 at Walt Disney World’s Hoop De Doo Review, and went on to play Sam the Bartender at the Disney Saloon. When Disney opened MGM Studios, he was on the opening team of the Indiana Jones Stunt Show and The Hollywood Experience. He went on to be in Disney’s first big musical, Dick Tracy, as the villain, the Queen of Hart’s. Bob was then asked to do the first reading of Beauty and the Beast as LeFou. Then came The Lion King, where for six years he had the joy of being Pumbaa in three different companies: Broadway, the national tour, and the premiere cast in Los Angeles. You can also hear Bob’s voice in Disney’s animated picture Home on the Range as well as The Family Guy. Other TV shows include Everybody Hates Chris, Bones, C.S.I., The Drew Carey Show, E.R., and numerous commercials. Theatre works include West Side Story, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, and a baby clown in Cirque du Soleil’s Mystère. Bob would like to thank Tom Schumacher and Jeff Lee for this opportunity.