We have seen so many talented personalities who prefer keeping their personal life private. We all know about Mark Boon Junior, who hasn’t revealed any information about his married life even at the age of sixty-two.
Like Mark, today will try to investigate the personal life of the seventy-one-years-old voice actor Frank Welker, who is always miles away when it comes to revealing the information apart from his profession. So, without further ado, let's get going!
Welker, hiding his Personal life!
It seems that Frank Welker’s personal life is overshadowed by his profession as he is one of the successful American voice actors. Frank Welker, who has provided information regarding his professional life in many interviews hasn’t talked about his relationship and marriage. He neither has given hints about his marital life and wife.
However, it’s hard for us to believe that this seventy-one-years-old voice actor is unmarried. There are also some people who believe that he is happily married. Don’t you think that there are possibilities of him having his family and children?
On the other hand, many people question Welker’s sexuality because of the privacy in his personal life. They assume him to be a gay. Well, Frank hasn’t commented on this rumor and hasn’t unfolded the truth behind the privacy in his personal life. It seems that he is avoiding media attention towards his personal life, and wants people to know through his works, not his personal issues.
A little more about Frank Welker:
Frank Welker was born on March 12, 1946, in Denver, Colorado as Franklin Wendell "Frank" Welker. Welker majored in Theatrical Arts from the Santa Monica City College.
He began his first voice-over role during his college days with a commercial for Friskies dog food. Later, Welker auditioned for the title character of “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” and he won the role of Fred Jones.
He is also popular for providing the voice of Megatron in the Transformers franchise; specifically Transformers: Prime and Transformers G1. Welker is also famous for providing his voice in the 1992 Disney film Aladdin to the characters Abu and Rajah. Likewise, Frank Welker has provided his voice to many other cartoon characters.
Caption: Frank Welker’s interview in BotCon 2015.
Some other work credits of Welker include The Trouble with Girls (1969), The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969), Universal's How to Frame a Figg (1971), Now You See Him, Now You Don't (1972) and Dirty Little Billy (1972). Similarly, his television appearances include Dirty Little Billy (1972), American Style, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, The Tonight Show, The Mike Douglas Show, and The Smothers Brothers Show.
Caption: The many voices of Frank Welker, where 80+ characters are featured.
For the outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry for over forty years, Welker has received an Emmy Award in honor of his lifetime achievements in 2016.Similarly, talking about his net worth, he has been enjoying a staggering net worth of $ 15 million.
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