‘Charlie Brown’ voice actor in 1965 Christmas special dies aged 65

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LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 07: Voice actors Peter Robbins and Charlie Brown attend Warner Home Video’s DVD release of ‘You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown’ on October 7, 2008 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images) (Photo by Valerie

Peter Robbin, the former child actor who first voiced Charles Schultz’s lovable “Dumpling”. Charlie Brown hat died, According to reports.

He was 65 years old.

Robbins, born in 1956, began work in 1963 shows like “Rawhide”, “The Donna Reed Show” and “The Munsters”. the full-length animated film A Boy Called Charlie Brown.

Tells his family FOX 5 San Diego that Robbins died by suicide last week.

Robbins first voiced Charlie Brown in a 1963 documentary about Schultz also called A Boy Called Charlie Brown Der Hollywood-Reporter.

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Robbins left the business before college and worked as a real estate agent in San Diego, according to his IMDB profile.

Voice actor Peter Robbins (R) and Snoopy attend Warner Home Videos’ DVD release of ‘You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown’ held at the Hollywood & Highland Courtyard on October 7, 2008 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodri

Robbins struggled at times with his mental health, including bipolar disorder, and was sentenced to five years in prison in 2015 for threatening an RV park manager and San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore. He also spent time in rehab for addiction issues.

In 2019, after Robbins was released from prison, he spoke to him FUCHS 5to open up about his mental health issues. “I would recommend anyone suffering from bipolar disorder to take it seriously because your life can change in a month, as it did for me. I got out of prison and I’m a better person for it. I’m a lot more humbled and thankful and thankful that I went through that experience.”

Peter Robbins is perhaps best known for voicing the lovable “Fool” in 1965’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images)

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He added at the time: “Charlie Brown fans are the biggest fans in the world and everyone is ready to hopefully give me a second chance.”

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