He joined the Special Services during World War II, and was attached to the Medical Corps. In 1949 he developed the "Time for Beany" puppet series for KTLA in Los Angeles, California, and did voices for UPA cartoon characters and Walt Disney films. In the waning days of…more
He serves as one of the writers for Mad magazine.
Stan Freberg played the J.B. Toppersmith character in "Weird Al" Yankovic's The Weird Al Show.
Stan Freberg was one of the voice actors for the Looney Tunes.
He had found advertising agency "Freberg, Ltd. (but not very)" in 1957. The company motto is "Ars gratia pecuniae" (Latin for "art for money's sake"). The seal for the company was designed by Saul Bass and pictures a real seal, wearing sunglasses.
He used to be the star of CBS Radio's "The Stan Freberg Show" (1957).
He was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.
Stan is a composer, singer, actor, author, comedian and advertising executive.
His late wife's name is Betty Hunter.
He has a son named Donavan Freberg and a daughter named Donna Jean Freberg.
Stan Freberg was married to Donna Freberg since Janurary 24, 1959. Later his early wife died in May 12, 2000.