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Charles Michael Adler (born October 2, 1956) is an American voice actor, casting director and voice director, known as Buster Bunny in Tiny Toon Adventures, Ed and Bev Bighead in Rocko's Modern Life, Dingo in Pet Alien and Ickis in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, among others. He has voice acted in numerous animated TV series, including Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys, Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, Cow and Chicken, and I Am Weasel.
Adler at Comic-Con
Charles Michael Adler
October 2, 1956
Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.
|Other names||Charles Adler|
Charlie Michael Adler
|Occupation||Voice actor, casting director and voice director|
Adler was born in Paterson, New Jersey on October 2, 1956. In the mid-1960s, his family moved to Nanuet, Rockland County, New York and later to Massachusetts. Charlie was given the nickname "Beanie" due to always wearing a Beanie cap. His sister Cheryl Adler is a psychotherapist who wrote the book Sober University. Growing up, Adler was a "TV junkie", a fan of The Three Stooges, Rocky and Bullwinkle, and Irene Ryan's Granny Moses from The Beverly Hillbillies.
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Adler's first professional acting job was in a commercial in 1971. Afterward, he took a break from acting. During this time, Adler worked a variety of jobs, including waiter, janitor, paper delivery man, floor stripper, house painter, remedial reading teacher, and caretaker for an Episcopal church.
In 1985 after convincing the head of the Abrams, Rubiloff, and Lawrence agency to allow him to audition for their voice over department, Adler went to a private audition for Ginny McSwain and Arlene Thornton. An agent had praised him in front of them as the "next Frank Welker". McSwain recalls that "he blew their minds" but Adler claims that initially they had no interest in him. Having no demo, they arranged for him to record an audition. Adler improvised characters on the spot during the tape, which impressed both McSwain and Thornton, however, left him so embarrassed with his behavior that he performed with his back to them and his face hidden with a hat and sunglasses.
His voice acting career took off when Adler landed the roles of Nat Smurfling in the fourth season of The Smurfs, Rowdy Roddy Piper in Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling, Silverbolt in The Transformers and Eric Raymond, Techrat and Zipper in Jem.
He was completely dissatisfied with working on a TV series after working in The Redd Foxx Show, in which he portrayed Ralph / Rita. In an interview for The Magic Behind the Voices, Adler commented on the experience: "you spend your whole life going, 'God, I just want to be in a TV show and have a parking space.' Then I got it and it was just so not what I wanted to do." That is when animation "grabbed him".
He became active chiefly in animation, his roles include reprising Spike in My Little Pony, Low-Light in G.I. Joe, Mr. O'Greasy in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Deputy Fuzz and Tex Hex in Bravestarr, Cavey, Jr. in The Flintstone Kids, Pinky Dalton in The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound, Quark and Zappy in Rockin' with Judy Jetson, the Hamburglar in a few McDonald's commercials, Mad Dog, Hacksaw, and Howard Huge in TaleSpin, Dripple in Tom and Jerry Kids, and the bear from darkest Peru in Hanna-Barbera's version of Paddington Bear.
In 1990, Adler lent his voice to Buster Bunny on Tiny Toon Adventures. The show's producer Tom Ruegger recalled that he and voice director Andrea Romano insisted Steven Spielberg cast Adler due to the "great deal of energy" he brought to Buster. In 1992, during the show's third season, Adler abruptly walked off the show after a dispute with the producers. While voice actors with smaller roles in the show were given starring roles in Tiny Toons' successor Animaniacs, Adler had become upset when he had not been given a role in that show. John Kassir replaced him for the remainder of the show.
In 1993, Adler went on to portray Chance "T-Bone" Furlong in SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, Bill in The Terrible Thunderlizards, Ickis in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead, and other characters in Rocko's Modern Life, Stalker Slaughter in Captain Planet and the Planeteers and Screwball Squirrel, as well as reprising his role of Dripple for Droopy, Master Detective.
In 1995, Adler voiced several characters on multiple What a Cartoon! episodes such as Gramps, Awfully Lucky, Yoink! of the Yukon and No Smoking. In the latter, he played Cow, Chicken, and The Red Guy. No Smoking was a pilot created by David Feiss, which was greenlit to be a series in 1997 with Adler on board to reprise his characters, which now included a new one, I.R. Baboon, for a new series of segments within the show called I Am Weasel. Cow and Chicken ran from 1997-1999, receiving multiple awards and nominations, including an Annie Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production" for Adler as Cow. Later on I Am Weasel was made into a spinoff series, in which he continued his role as I.R. Baboon.
His voice directing career began in the late 1990s with Rugrats and continued with other Klasky Csupo franchises. Adler has directed The Wild Thornberrys, Rocket Power, All Grown Up!, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, The Replacements and many other shows.
In 2002, Adler, with the help from David Feiss and Michael Ryan, directed his own short movie No Prom for Cindy, a teen dramedy about a high school girl (played by Adler himself) who fears she may be a lesbian after kissing her best female friend and refusing to make out with the boy who asked her to the prom.
Adler also voiced Dr. Peacock in the Froot Loops commercials, Patrick Winks and Mr. Hornsby on Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, SAVO on Danger Rangers, Mr. Whiskers in Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, Optimatus on Loonatics Unleashed, as well as Dr. Doom and his mom on The Super Hero Squad Show.
In 2007, Adler voiced in Michael Bay's live-action Transformers film series, providing the voice of Starscream after having voiced Silverbolt and Triggerhappy in The Transformers series. Just as Chris Latta voiced both Starscream and Cobra Commander in the Sunbow cartoons, Adler voiced Cobra Commander in G.I. Joe: Resolute and G.I. Joe: Renegades. He also voiced the title character in the webtoon Inspector Beaver.
His most recent credits as voice director include Nickelodeon's Blaze and the Monster Machines, Wabbit (season 1-2), the film Norm of the North, Kulipari: An Army of Frogs and Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny. He also plays MODOK on Avengers Assemble.
|2019||Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling||Ed & Bev Bighead, Mr. Dupette, Grandpa Wolfe, Mrs. Fathead||Telemovie|
|2016||Kulipari: An Army of Frogs||Commander Pigo||Netflix series|
|2016||Rolling with the Ronks!||Mormagnon|
|2016||The Lion Guard||Mjomba||"Too Many Termites"|
|2015||The Awesomes||Additional voices|
|2014||Blaze and the Monster Machines||Dame|
|2014||The Tom and Jerry Show||Polly's Owner||"One of a Kind"|
|2014||Shelf Life||Butch Soldier||(1 episode) "Big Fat Gay Wedding"|
|2013–2018||Marvel's Avengers Assemble||MODOK, Super-Adaptoid, MOONDOK Base||Supporting role|
|2013||Phineas & Ferb||M.O.D.O.K.||"Mission Marvel"|
|2013||Bubble Guppies||Sir Nonny the Nice!|
|2012–2014||Ben 10: Omniverse||Hokestar, Cow, Chicken, Proctor Sevantis, Collectimus||Recurring role|
|2010–2012||Hero Factory||Corroder/Speeda Demon/Chief Drax||(5 episodes)|
|2010–2011||G.I. Joe: Renegades||Cobra Commander/Adam DeCobray, Buzzer||Main role|
|2010||LEGO Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies||Corroder/Chief Drax|
|2009–2011||The Super Hero Squad Show||Dr. Doom, Sabretooth, Melter, Wrecker, Cynthia von Doom, Captain Britain, Super-Skrull, Phil Seldon||Main role|
|2008–2009||Wolverine & the X-Men||Mojo, Captain Gruber, The Reavers||(2 episodes) "Hunting Grounds", "X-Calibre"|
|2008||Wizards of Waverly Place||Report Card||(1 episode) "Report Card"|
|2008||The Emperor's New School||Additional voices||(1 episode) "Guaka Rules"|
|2007–2008||Random! Cartoons||Finster #2/Evil Leader/Bossy LeCow/Raging Bullfrog||(2 episodes) "The Finster Finster Show!", "Dr. Froyd's Funny Farm"|
|2005–2007||Loonatics Unleashed||Optimatus||(5 episodes) "In Search of Tweetums", "The Fall of Blanc", "Acmegeddon: Part 1" "Acmegeddon: Part 2", "The Comet Cometh"|
|2007||El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera||Mano Negra||(1 episode) "Clash of the Titan/Eye Caramba"|
|2004–2006||Brandy & Mr. Whiskers||Mr. Whiskers||Main role; 77 episodes|
|2005–2006||Danger Rangers||S.A.V.O.||Recurring role; 8 episodes|
|2006–2009||The Replacements||Prime Minister Ricobo||(2 episodes) "Irreplaceable", "Running from Office"|
|2006||Shuriken School||Principal of Shuriken, Vladimir, Tetsuo, Principal of Katana, Cleaning Lady||Main roles|
|1997–2006||Space Goofs||Candy Caramella||Main role; 111 episodes|
|2003–2006||Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks||Patrick Winks/Mr. Hornsby||Main roles; 39 episodes|
|2004–2005||The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius||Junkman||(2 episodes) "The League of Villains", "The Junkman Cometh"|
|2002–2005||The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy||Lubbermouth/Snowman||(2 episodes) "Happy Huggy Stuffy Bears/Secret Decoder Ring", "Big Trouble in Billy's Basement/Christmas Con Carne/Tickle Me Mandy"|
|2005||Pet Alien||Dinko, Flip||Main roles|
|2003–2004||Ozzy & Drix||General Malaise/Dr. Hammertoe/Abglobtus Goop||(3 episodes) "Cavities", "A Growing Cell", "Sugar Shock"|
|2001||The Oblongs||Executive #1||(1 episode); "My Name is Robbie"|
|1999–2001||Rugrats||Dr. Spooky/Ickis||(2 episodes); "All Growed Up", "Ghost Story/Chuckie's Complaint"|
|2001||The Rugrats: All Grown Up!||B-Movie Mad Scientist||TV movie|
|2000||100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd||The Dogfather||(1 episode) "Big Dog"|
|2000||The Wild Thornberrys||Wrestles||(1 episode); "Horse Sense"|
|2000||Cartoon Cartoon Fridays||Chicken, Cow, Red Guy, I.R. Baboon|
|2000||Rocket Power||Blimp Announcer|
|1999||Johnny Bravo||Director||"A Star Is Bruised"|
|1997–1998||Spawn||Additional Voices||(6 episodes)|
|1997–2000||I Am Weasel||I.R. Baboon, Red Guy, Cow, Chicken||Main role|
|1997–1999||Cow and Chicken||Cow, Chicken, Red Guy, Cousin Boneless Chicken||Main role|
|1999||Hey Arnold!||TV Announcer||(1 episode); "Love & Cheese/Weighing Harold"|
|1999||King Crab: Space Crustacean||Ward Zesty Relish/Alien||TV short|
|1998–1999||Mad Jack the Pirate||Mrs. Grunion, Various characters||(13 episodes)|
|1995–1999||Timon & Pumbaa||Various characters||(9 episodes)|
|1998||Toonsylvania||Various characters||(14 episodes)|
|1998||The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs||Additional voices|
|1997||Channel Umptee-3||Additional voices|
|1994–1997||Aaahh!!! Real Monsters||Ickis||Main role|
|1997||Men in Black: The Series||(1 episode); "The Buzzard Syndrome"|
|1997||Extreme Ghostbusters||(1 episode); "The Unseen"|
|1997||Spicy City||Additional Voices/ZBig/Rocco||(3 episodes); "Raven's Revenge", "Tears of a Clone", "Mano's Hands"|
|1995–1997||The Cartoon Cartoon Show||Captain
Cow, Chicken, Red Guy, Mortiche, Alien, Doctor, Swamp
|(6 episodes); "Yoink of the Yukon", "No Smoking!", "Hillbilly Blue", "Gramps", "Awfully Lucky", "Swamp and Tad: Mission Imfrogable"|
|1997||Adventures from the Book of Virtues||Swindler/Child||(1 episode); "Humility"|
|1992–1997||Eek! the Cat||Spat/Bill/Biff/Dr. Steggy||recurring role; 31 episodes|
|1996||Jungle Cubs||Ned||recurring role; 3 episodes|
|1995–1996||Earthworm Jim||Professor Monkey-For-A-Head||Recurring role; 17 episodes|
|1996||The Tick||Sarcastro||"The Tick vs Education"|
|1993–1996||Rocko's Modern Life||Ed Bighead, Bev Bighead, George Wolfe, Mr. Dupette, Grandpa Wolfe, Gladys Hippo||Main role|
|1996||Project G.e.e.K.e.R.||Mr. Maston/Jake Dragonn/Gene Damage||(4 episodes) "Noble Savage", "Smell of the Wild", "Nightmare Park", "Destruct Sequence"|
|1996||Quack Pack||Hermit, Prince Gaylord||"Duckleration of Independence"|
"Leader of the Quack"
|1996||Cave Kids||Bug||(1 episode); "Beanstalk Blues"|
|1996||The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest||Rawlings/Robber #2||(1 episode) "The Ballad of Belle Bonnet"|
|1996||Mighty Ducks||Dr. Droid/Otto Maton||Recurring role|
|1996||Tales from the Crypt||Smokey||"The Third Pig"|
|1996–1997||The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat||Felix the Cat/Vacuum Cleaner||Main role "Don't String Me Along"|
|1994–1996||Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man||Sgt. Red Herring/Juan Jesus Maria Alsalas/Doctor||(3 episodes) "The Once & Future Duck", "Days of Whining & Neurosis", "Gland of Opportunity"|
|1996||Casper||"Three Boos & a Babe/The Whipstaff Inmates/Elusive Exclusive"|
|1991–1996||Captain Planet & the Planeteers||Stalker Slaughter/Thylacine/Newt/Clawed Stalker/Piebald||(5 episodes); "Twelve Angry Animals", "Five Ring Panda-Monium", "Horns a'Plenty", "Orangu-Tangle", "Population Bomb"|
|1995–1996||The Mask: Animated Series||Pete||Recurring role|
|1995||The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show||Chafe||Main role|
|1992–1995||Capitol Critters||Jammet||Main role|
|1995||Santo Bugito||Eaton Woode/Miguel||(2 episodes); "My Name is Revenge", "Load 'O Bees"|
|1993–1994||SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron||T-Bone/Chance Furlong/Murray||main role; 23 episodes|
|1993–1994||Sonic the Hedgehog||Snively||main role; 26 episodes|
|1994||Aladdin||Mechanikles||recurring role; 7 episodes|
|1994||Yogi the Easter Bear||Paulie||TV movie|
|1994||Cro||Steamer/Mojo/Big Red||recurring role; 20 episodes|
|1993–1994||Bonkers||Charles Quibble/Maggot/Additional Voices||recurring role; 14 episodes|
|1989–1993||ABC Weekend Specials||Street Pig/Mr. Funnybunny||(3 episodes) "P.J.'s Unfunnybunny Christmas", "The Monster Bed", "P.J. Funnybunny"|
|1992–1993||The Little Mermaid||Additional Voices||(2 episodes) "Tail of Two Crabs", "The Great Sebastian"|
|1993||Biker Mice from Mars||Corroder Cody||(1 episode) "The Masked Motorcyclist"|
|1993||A Flintstone Family Christmas||TV movie|
|1993||Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa||(1 episode) "Circus Daze"|
|1993||2 Stupid Dogs||Greg||"Greg"|
|1993||Droopy: Master Detective||Dripple, Screwball Squirrel, Lightning Bolt the Super Squirrel||Main role|
|1993||Mighty Max||Ernie||(1 episode); "The Brain Suckers Cometh!|
|1993||Family Dog||(2 episodes); "Enemy Dog", "Show Dog"|
|1990–1994||Tom and Jerry Kids Show||Dripple Lightning Bolt the Super Squirrel||Main role Recurring role|
|1991–1992||Darkwing Duck||Major Trenchrot
Mr. Mikey/Cute Little Lost Bunny
|"Apes of Wrath"|
|1990–1992||Tiny Toon Adventures||Buster Bunny, Roderick Rat, Grovely, Yosemite Sam||Main role|
|1992||Goof Troop||Street Theater Teacher
|"Close Encounters of the Weird Mime"|
"Talent to the Max"
|1992||Defenders of Dynatron City||Dr. Mayhem||TV short|
|1992||Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire||Additional Voices|
|1991||Yo Yogi!||Additional Voices||recurring role; 9 episodes|
|1991||Star Street: The Adventures of the Star Kids|
|1990–1991||TaleSpin||Mad Dog||Recurring role|
|1990||Pretty Piggies||Muskrat McToady||Recurring role; 5 episodes|
|1990||Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone||Unknown Character/s||Recurring role; 13 episodes|
|1988–1990||A Pup Named Scooby-Doo||Mr. O'Greazy
Dr. Croaker/Wendel McWendel
Lenny Lipner/Purvis Parker
Zombo the Clown/Joe Jipner
"The Schnook Who Took My Comic Book"
"The Spirit of Rock 'n Roll"
"Terror, Thy Name is Zombo"
"Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece"
|1990||Gravedale High||Additional Voices|
|1990||The Wizard of Oz||Cowardly Lion||Main role|
|1990||The Yum Yums: The Day Things Went Sour||TV movie|
|1990||Timeless Tales from Hallmark||Ugly Duckling||"The Ugly Duckling"|
|1989||The Further Adventures of SuperTed||Additional Voices|
|1989||Camp Candy||Baby Bigfoot||Recurring role; 10 episodes|
|1989||Blondie & Dagwood: Second Wedding Workout||Willard||TV movie|
|1986–1989||The Real Ghostbusters||Sandy Van Sanders/Genie/Newspaper Boy||(1 credited episode); "Partners in Slime"; (2 uncredited episodes) "Egon on the Rampage", "Janine's Genie"|
|1989||The Karate Kid||Additional Characters||(1 episode); "My Brother's Keeper"|
|1989||Hound Town||Patton||TV movie|
|1989||Paddington Bear||Paddington Bear||Main role|
|1988–1989||Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters||Rafael||Recurring role; 6 episodes|
|1989||Star Street: The Happy Birthday Movie||TV movie|
|1988||The New Yogi Bear Show||Director Sammy Baby
|"Shine on Silver Screen"|
|1988||Christmas in Tattertown||Sidney the Spider||TV movie|
|1987–1988||Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures||Bat-Bat / Moe / Witch||Recurring roles (8 episodes)|
|1988||The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy||Grouchy Bear|
|1986–1988||The Flintstone Kids||Captain Caveman Jr.||Main role|
|1987–1988||BraveStarr||Deputy Fuzz / Tex Hex / Museum Curator||recurring role (as Deputy Fuzz & Tex Hex); 42 episodes|
|1988||Yogi's Treasure Hunt||Greed Monster||"The Greed Monster"|
|1985–1988||Jem||Eric Raymond, Techrat, additional voices||Recurring role (as Eric Raymond and Tech Rat); 29 episodes|
|1987||Little Clowns of Happytown||Pranky|
|1987||'Tis the Season to Be Smurfy||Natural 'Nat' Smurfling / Thief||TV movie|
|1987||The Little Troll Prince||Stav||TV movie|
|1985–1987||The Transformers||Silverbolt / Triggerhappy / Duros / Vorath||Recurring role; 22 episodes|
|1987||Pound Puppies (TV series)||Shadow Master||Uncredited role; (1 episode); "The Rescue Pups/Good Night, Sweet Pups"|
|1987||DuckTales||Filler Brushbill / Pluck||(1 episode); "Much Ado About Scrooge"|
|1987||Ultraman: The Adventure Begins||TV movie; credited as Charley Adler|
|1987||Little Wizards||Various Characters|
|1986–1987||My Little Pony 'n Friends||Spike / Woebegone||(5 episodes); "Spike's Search", "The Ghost of Paradise Estate: Part 1", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 1", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 6", "The End of Flutter Valley: Part 7"|
|1986||Inhumanoids||George Landisburg / Man Dumping Toxic Waste||(2 uncredited episodes); "Primal Passions", "Cypheroid"|
|1986||G.I. Joe: Arise, Serpentor, Arise!||Low-Light||TV movie|
|1986||G.I. Joe||Low-Light/André Vélocité||Recurring role; 15 episodes|
|1985–1986||The Smurfs||Natural 'Nat' Smurfling/Crying Smurfs/Future Smurfed||Recurring role (as Nat Smurfling); 6 episodes|
|1986||The Glo Friends||Excavator/Glo Bug/Dipper Duck||Recurring role|
|1986||Jem: Truly Outrageous||Eric Raymond/Zipper||TV movie|
|1985||The GLO Friends Save Christmas||Blanche's Scarf||TV movie|
|1985||Pound Puppies (TV special)||Flack||TV movie|
|1985||Rock 'n' Wrestling||Rowdy Roddy Piper||(1 episode); "Ghost Wrestlers"|
|1985||My Little Pony: Escape from Catrina||Spike||TV movie|
|1984||My Little Pony||Spike/Woodland Creatures||TV movie|
|2013||I Know That Voice||Himself|
|2013||Wacky Delly Live||Himself||DVD featurette|
|2012||A Look Behind the Scenes of G.I. Joe Renegades||Himself||DVD featurette|
|2011||Hot in Cleveland||Director||(2 episodes); "I Love Lucci: Part One", "I Love Lucci: Part Two"|
|2002||No Prom for Cindy||Cindy|
|1988||thirtysomething||Mister Squeeze Auditioner||(1 episode); "Competition"|
|1986||The Redd Foxx Show||Rita/Ralph||(2 episodes); "My Funny Valentine", "High School Blues"|
- Tiny Toon Adventures - Writer (1 episode)
- Rugrats - Voice director (107 episodes)
- Todd McFarlane's Spawn - Voice director
- The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald - Voice director (6 episodes)
- The Wild Thornberrys - Voice director (91 episodes)
- Stressed Eric - Voice director (13 episodes)
- The Rugrats Movie - Voice director
- 100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd - Voice director
- The Brothers Flub - Casting and Voice director
- Rocket Power - Voice director (71 episodes)
- Rugrats in Paris - Voice director
- As Told By Ginger - Voice director (5 episodes)
- Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius - Voice director
- The Wild Thornberrys Movie - Voice director
- No Prom for Cindy - Director and writer
- Rugrats Go Wild! - Voice director
- All Grown Up! - Voice director (55 episodes)
- Stripperella - Voice director (7 episodes)
- The Buzz on Maggie - Casting and voice director
- The Happy Elf - Casting and voice director
- Bratz - Casting and voice director
- Bratz: Rock Angelz – Casting and voice director
- Bratz: Genie Magic – Casting and voice director
- Bratz: Passion 4 Fashion Diamondz – Casting and voice director
- Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas Wishes - Voice director
- Me, Eloise - Casting and voice director
- The Emperor's New School - Casting and voice director (9 episodes)
- The Replacements - Casting and voice director (52 episodes)
- various Klasky-Csupo pilots - Voice director
- Phineas and Ferb - Voice director (1 episode)
- The Blue Elephant – Voice director (U.S. dub)
- Dead Space: Downfall - Voice director
- The Nutty Professor - Voice director
- Immigrants - Voice director
- The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack - Casting and voice director (26 episodes)
- Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic - Voice director
- Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet - Voice director
- Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat - Voice director
- Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood - Casting and voice director
- Blaze and the Monster Machines - Voice director
- Bubble Guppies - Voice director
- Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch - Voice director
- Wabbit - Casting and voice director (season 1)
- Top Cat Begins - Voice director
- Fixer-Upper - Casting and voices director
- Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny - Voice director
Awards and nominationsEdit
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Helen Hayes Award Best Actor nomination (1985) - Torch Song Trilogy
Dramalogue Award for Best Actor (1996) - There Used to Be Fireflies
Dramalogue Award for Set Design (1996) - There Used to Be Fireflies
Annie Award nomination for Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production (1999) - for voicing Cow in Cow and Chicken
Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films Jury Award of Merit (2002) - for playing Cindy in No Prom for Cindy
Daytime Emmy Award for voice directing in an Outstanding Children's Animated Program (2003) - Rugrats
On Behind the Voice Actors, Adler is chosen as the best voice for Buster Bunny, Super-Skrull, MODOK, Mojo, Cobra Commander, Low-Light, Stalker, and Sunstorm.
- Eximius Theme by dkszone.net (2012-09-07). "Rob Paulsen's Talkin Toons podcast". Techjives.net. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
- Lawson, Tim; Persons, Alisa. The Magic Behind the Voices: A Who's Who of Cartoon Voice Actors. University Press of Mississippi. pp. 5–8. ISBN 978-1-57806-696-4.
- Meisler, Andy (July 8, 1990). "TELEVISION; Steven Spielberg Promises: 'Th-Th-That's Not All, Folks'". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 June 2010.
- "I Call On Charlie Adler". Awn.com. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
- "Rob Paulsen's Talkin Toons with Ginny McSwain". Techjives.net. 2013-01-12. Retrieved 2013. Check date values in:
- "Nancy Cartwright Chats with Charlie Adler". AWN. 2007-12-21. Retrieved 2013-04-01.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-07-07. Retrieved 2017-07-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- "The Hub TV "G.I. Joe Renegades" Series Premiere November 26, 5 P.m. ET. (Photo: Business Wire)". TheStreet.com. (TheStreet.com Inc). 11 March 2010. Archived from the original on 11 October 2012. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
- "The Avengers Protocol". Avengers Assemble. Season 1. Episode 1. May 26, 2013. Disney XD.
- "Molecule Kid". Avengers Assemble. Season 1. Episode 8. August 11, 2013. Disney XD.
- "Show Your Work". Avengers: Secret Wars. Season 4. Episode 6. August 27, 2017. Disney XD.
- Avalanche Software. Disney Infinity 3.0. Scene: Closing credits, 5:39 in, Featuring the Voice Talents of.
- "Charlie Adler". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2013-04-01.