Jeff Bergman

Voice actor

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In “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” LeBron James finds himself turned into a cartoon and forced to play a high-stakes basketball game. At first, the only one in the entire Warner Bros.

Jeff Bergman on voicing some 200 characters, from Bugs Bunny to Trump: ‘There’s so much you have to consider’

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