Tedd Pierce

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Tedd Pierce
General information
Born: Edward Stacey Pierce III
August 12, 1906
Died: February 19, 1972 (aged 65)
Cause of death:
Alternate names: Ted Pierce
Occupation(s): Writer, voice actor
Years active: 1936 - 1972

Edward Stacey "Ted/Tedd" Pierce III (August 12, 1906 - February 19, 1972) was an American animation writer and voice artist, best known for his work at Warner Bros. Animation.

Pierce worked with all three of the best known Looney Tunes directors (I. Freleng, Chuck Jones, and Robert McKimson), contributing many notable storylines, including Hare Tonic, Hare Do, and Cat-Tails for Two. However, since much of his Warner Bros. career was spent with McKimson's unit (McKimson being considered the least-known Looney Tunes director), Pierce is considered to be overshadowed by his contemporaries as story writers at Warners, Warren Foster and Michael Maltese.



  • Hare Tonic

=Voice Roles[edit]