Joe Alaskey was born in April 1952 in New York United States. His mother was Joe Domenica De Sorrento De Luca Alaskey. And Joseph Francis Alaskey Jr is the father of Joe Alaskey. John Ned Alaskey is the brother of Alaskey. He is an actor. When Joe was 3 years old he was starting acting. At the age of 10 years, Joe was interested in archeology. After this Joe was interested in Priest and an English teacher. In 1970 he moved to New York. There he worked in the insurance sector. In 1980 his acting career was taking off.
Joseph Francis Alaskey is his original name.
Joe Alaskey is his nickname.
Date of birth:
Joe was born on April 17, 1952.
Place of birth:
Joe was born in Troy, New York, United State.
Joe is an American by Identity.
Profession of Joe Alaskey:
He was a stand-up comedian, actor, and voice artist.
His height is 5-feet and 7-inches.
His weight is 76 kilograms.
Its color is white.
His eye color is dark brown.
His hair color is black.
About the death:
Joe was died in Green Island, New York, from Cancer on February 3, 2016, at the age of 63 years.
About the Joe net worth or how much money does he earn?
He had an estimated net worth of around $2 Million. Most of his net worth is brought about from his successful career in show business. As a voice actor, he used to earn in the range of $100 per hour. And as for his voice in video games, he received not less than $100 per day.
About the working life:
He has worked with many of holly wood’s high-rated stars like Robin Williams. Alaskey was one of the actors who handled Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck after the 1889 death of the famed Mel Blanc Daffy Duck proved to be one of his most prominent roles. He won an Emmy in 2004 for his performance on carton Network’s Duck Dodgers. It is estimated that Joe voiced 301 characters from 123 titles during his life. He also had 2 additional voice credits on BTVA. Joe Alaskey had one hundred and forty-seven credits as an actor, and he has acted and given voice to characters in many hugely successful movies and T.V series.
Joe Alaskey awards, and nomination:
Joe Alaskey was nominated for Annie Award for outstanding voice acting in an Animated Feature Production for Looney Tunes. ( 2003) back in action. Then he was nominated for BTVA special/DVD voice acting award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a T.V special to DVD short. In 1980 Joe Alaskey was occasionally seen on-screen impersonating Jackie Gleason, with whom he shared a physical resemblance. Joe Alaskey was alternated with Jeff Bergman Greg Burson.