Eric Bauza Uses Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck Voices On The WGA Picket Line

The Canadian voice actor used his Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny voices to make some points.

Eric Bauza, winner of the Outstanding Voice Performance in an Animated Program award for "Looney Tunes Cartoons," poses in the press room during the 2022 Children's & Family Emmys
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Eric Bauza, winner of the Outstanding Voice Performance in an Animated Program award for "Looney Tunes Cartoons," poses in the press room during the 2022 Children's & Family Emmys

Canadian voice actor Eric Bauza is making sure he's heard during the Writers Guild of America strike.

Late last week, a video posted to the SAG-AFTRA Twitter page showed Bauza putting on the voices of different Looney Tunes characters in the midst of the strike.

'Daffy Duck here saying don't be a daffy, and share your paycheck with these hungry writers," Bauza said in the Daffy Duck voice.

He then put on the Bugs Bunny voice saying "Of course, you realize this means war."

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"The last thing you want to do is give a voice actor a megaphone," he exclaimed afterwards.

"No wages, no pages," Bauza continued. "Daffy Duck here saying support the WGA."

The strike hasn't shown any signs of slowing down so far and the impact of it could lead to major shifts in the production of upcoming movies and series.

Previously, Bauza took home the Children's Emmy Award for "Oustanding Voice Performance In An Animated Program." He had provided the voice for Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian, Daffy Duck, and Tweety in the Looney Tunes Cartoon series.

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