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Charles Fleischer
Biographical information
Date of birthAugust 27, 1950
Age (1955)5
Age (1985)35
Age (2015)65
Physical description
Hair colorBrown
Behind-the-scenes information

Charles Fleischer (b. August 27, 1950 in Washington, D.C.) portrayed both young and old versions of Terry, the owner of the Western Auto in 1955, and later seen outside the Courthouse in 2015.

Other roles

Fleischer is better known as the voice of Roger Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, starring across Christopher Lloyd as Judge Doom and was also directed by Robert Zemeckis. (Pat Buttram also voiced a small role.)

In 1988, he also voiced Roger Rabbit in Disney's Mickey's 60th Birthday which included Richard Dysart as Leland McKenzie and contained archive footage of Michael J. Fox from Family Ties.

Fleischer would return to Walt Disney Studios much later to film the science fiction comedy Genius, a Disney Channel Original Movie where he plays a role somewhat akin to the Doc/Marty relationship. Fleischer played a physics professor who acted as mentor to an intelligent boy who both worked to find a way to make an anti-gravity device operational.

From 2001 to 2002, Fleischer made guest appearances in the second and third seasons of 100 Deed For Eddie McDowd, with one as a character: Dr. Silver. The other three were voice-overs. The episodes included Season 2-3 regular Jason Hervey voicing the title character.

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