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Andre Stojka is a Actor American born on 26 may 1944

Andre Stojka

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Nationality USA
Birth 26 may 1944 (76 years)

Andre Stojka (born May 26, 1944) is an American voice actor. He is best known for his role as Owl in the Winnie-the-Pooh franchise beginning with Winnie the Pooh Playtime: Detective Tigger, inheriting the role from Hal Smith.

He was also the voice of the horse Starlite in all of the animated Rainbow Brite productions. Other roles include the druid from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and the King in the Cinderella sequels. He also voiced the "Grim Creaper" in Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School.

Starting in September 2009, Stojka took over the role of John Avery Whitaker on the Christian radio series Adventures in Odyssey. This role was previously voiced by Hal Smith and Paul Herlinger.

Best films

The Tigger Movie (2000)

Usually with

Peter Cullen
Peter Cullen
(9 films)
Jim Cummings
Jim Cummings
(9 films)
John Fiedler
John Fiedler
(9 films)
Ken Sansom
Ken Sansom
(8 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Andre Stojka (15 films)

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Cinderella III: A Twist in Time, 1h14
Origin USA
Genres Musical theatre, Fantasy, Animation, Romance
Themes Films about children, Films about magic and magicians, Films about the labor movement, Time travel films, Les fées, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Jennifer Hale, Lola Sanchez, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Susanne Blakeslee, Lesli Margherita, Corey Burton
Roles The King (voice)
Rating59% 2.9714352.9714352.9714352.9714352.971435
At the Tremaine mansion, Cinderella's stepsisters Anastasia and Drizella are bitterly doing Cinderella's old chores. Anastasia wanders off to avoid work and stumbles upon a picnic being held by Cinderella, Prince Charming and the Fairy Godmother to celebrate Cinderella and the Prince's one-year anniversary. When the Fairy Godmother drops her wand, Anastasia takes it, and in the ensuing struggle Anastasia accidentally turns the Fairy Godmother to stone. Anastasia flees the scene, taking the wand to her sister and mother.
Piglet's Big Movie, 1h15
Origin USA
Genres Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about pigs, Mise en scène d'un lapin ou d'un lièvre, Mise en scène d'un ours, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors John Fiedler, Jim Cummings, Ken Sansom, Peter Cullen, Kath Soucie, Andre Stojka
Roles Owl (voice)
Rating61% 3.057723.057723.057723.057723.05772
Eeyore, Rabbit, Tigger, and Pooh are working on a plan to get honey from a beehive. Piglet wants to help, but his friends tell him he is too small. When the plan goes awry, Piglet saves the day by trapping the bees in a decoy hive. But no one notices what Piglet had done. Feeling ignored and unappreciated, Piglet sadly wanders away.
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True, 1h10
Directed by Darrell Rooney
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Animation, Romance
Themes Films about children, Films about magic and magicians, Films about the labor movement, Les fées, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Jennifer Hale, Corey Burton, Russi Taylor, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Rob Paulsen, Holland Taylor
Roles The King (voice)
Rating50% 2.5399752.5399752.5399752.5399752.539975
In the royal palace, Cinderella's mice friends Gus and Jaq head to a chamber where the Fairy Godmother is reading the story of Cinderella to the other mice. Much to their disappointment, Gus and Jaq arrive just as she has finished the story. With her help, the mice set off to make a new book to narrate what happens after the Happily Ever After, by stringing three segments of stories together into one narrative.
The Book of Pooh: Stories from the Heart, 1h16
Directed by Mitchell Kriegman
Origin USA
Genres Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Peter Cullen, Kath Soucie, Ken Sansom, Andre Stojka
Roles Owl
Rating64% 3.201683.201683.201683.201683.20168
Pooh, Piglet and Tigger literally pop out of the Book of Pooh into Christopher Robin's room, but can't find Christopher there. Tigger decides to search for Christopher's journal, in hopes of finding out where he's gone, but ends up making a real mess. While they're trying to clean up the room, Piglet notices that Christopher Robin had marked some chapters of the Book of Pooh with special bookmarks featuring each of his friends. As the story continues, Rabbit, Kessie and Eeyore each show up too and at one point, they're forced to hide when Christopher Robin's mother comes upstairs after hearing their voices and mistakes them for her son. One by one, the characters ask Mr.
The Tigger Movie, 1h14
Directed by Jun Falkenstein
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Mise en scène d'un lapin ou d'un lièvre, Mise en scène d'un ours, Mise en scène d'un tigre, Musical films, Buddy films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Ken Sansom, Peter Cullen, Andre Stojka, Kath Soucie
Roles Owl (voice)
Rating63% 3.1509753.1509753.1509753.1509753.150975
Tigger searches through the Hundred Acre Wood for somebody to bounce with him, but all of his friends are too busy getting ready for the coming winter. While he searches for a playmate, Tigger accidentally destroys Eeyore's house with a boulder. He later wrecks the complex pulley system that Rabbit has rigged up to remove the boulder and sends his friends flying into a mud puddle. Rabbit is furious at Tigger for destroying his Rock Remover, and the rest of Tigger's friends admit they're not quite as bouncy as he is because they aren't Tiggers. Tigger sadly wanders off on his own, wishing there was somebody else like him.
The Emperor's New Groove, 1h15
Directed by Mark L. Dindal
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Pregnancy films, Films about sexuality, Musical films, Buddy films, Children's films
Actors David Spade, John Goodman, Michael Herbig, Eartha Kitt, Patrick Warburton, Wendie Malick
Roles Topo (voice)
Rating73% 3.652453.652453.652453.652453.65245
The film opens with narration from Kuzco, a teenage Inca emperor who has been transformed into a llama. He tells the story of how his life as a ruler used to be and how it was ruined "for no reason". However, in his flashback he is shown to have been rude and narcisissitic, albeit charismatic. He even goes so far as insulting the appearances of potential brides and throwing an old man out the window for "throwing off his groove." After Kuzko fires his conniving advisor, Yzma, for abusing her power, she comes up with a scheme to usurp the throne with the help of Kronk, her dim-witted but jovial henchman. Meanwhile, Kuzco meets with Pacha, a kind peasant and village leader, and tells him that he wants to demolish his hilltop family home to build himself a lavish summer home called "Kuzcotopia". Pacha protests, but is dismissed.
Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You, 30minutes
Origin USA
Genres Animation
Themes Films about animals, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Michael Gough, Ken Sansom
Roles Owl
Rating73% 3.670863.670863.670863.670863.67086
Lorsque Winnie et ses amis découvrent que Jean-Christophe est en train d'écrire une carte de Saint-Valentin pour une fille, ceux-ci pensent qu'il est atteint de la maladie de l'amour. Winnie et toute la bande essaieront donc de guérir leur ami en trouvant un "engouement" (une luciole) pour changer les idées du garçon.
Seasons of Giving, 1h10
Directed by Jun Falkenstein
Origin USA
Genres Animation
Themes Films about animals, Christmas films, Mise en scène d'un ours, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Brady Bluhm, Paul Winchell, Steve Schatzberg, Ken Sansom
Roles Owl
Rating69% 3.4967453.4967453.4967453.4967453.496745
The story begins with Tigger wanting to ski, but Winnie the Pooh and Piglet point out that there's no snow. So, they go ask Rabbit what day of the year it is. Rabbit's calendar pages (November to February) get torn off and get swept up Rabbit's bed, but he doesn't realize it, and claims that it's February 2, Groundhog Day. In an effort to find out if there are two more weeks of winter or if spring comes tomorrow, they ask Gopher if he sees his shadow. Gopher angrily points out he's a gopher not a groundhog, so they have Piglet pretend to be a groundhog. He can't see through his mask, so they all prepare for spring by airing out their houses, planting gardens and spring cleaning. But, later that day, it snows. A very discouraged Rabbit confronts Piglet for lying to them and tells him that it's all his fault, and goes home to see wind blowing into his house and the calendar pages being blown outside, and realizes that it's not Groundhog Day, it's only November 13,. Feeling awful for what he said, Rabbit goes to apologize to Piglet, only to find a note from Piglet saying that he's gone to look for a real groundhog. Rabbit frantically goes looking for Piglet. Meanwhile, Piglet can't find a groundhog, and decides to go home after a pile of snow falls on him, and he leaves his hat behind on the pile of snow. Rabbit finds the pile of snow. Thinking that it's Piglet frozen solid, he rushes to Pooh's house, where he, Tigger and Pooh melt the ice. Thinking that Piglet has melted, Rabbit sobs, and apologizes for everything, only to realize that the real Piglet is behind him. Rabbit tells everyone that it's November 13,. So, they decide to get ready for Thanksgiving.
A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving, 22minutes
Directed by Jun Falkenstein
Themes Films about animals, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Jim Cummings, Brady Bluhm, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Michael Gough, Peter Cullen
Roles Owl (voice)
Rating69% 3.4869053.4869053.4869053.4869053.486905
It's Thanksgiving time in the Hundred Acre Wood and Winnie the Pooh and his friends bring food for the big dinner. Piglet brings haycorns(acorns), Pooh brings honey, Owl brings biscuits, and Tigger brings ice cream. But things change when Rabbit informs them that Thanksgiving is a special time of year that should include things special items, so Pooh and the gang set off to find those very items.
Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin, 1h13
Directed by Karl Geurs
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Mise en scène d'un lapin ou d'un lièvre, Mise en scène d'un ours, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Jim Cummings, Ken Sansom, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Peter Cullen, John Cleese
Roles Owl (voice)
Rating70% 3.544863.544863.544863.544863.54486
The story begins on the last day of summer. Christopher Robin is unable to tell his friend Winnie-the-Pooh some sad news, and leaves him with the advice, "You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think," but Pooh doesn't clearly understand. The next morning, Pooh discovers a honey pot with an attached note—however, he cannot read it himself after getting honey all over it. He goes around to his friends Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit and Eeyore, and none of them are able to read it, so they ask Owl for help. From misinterpreting the note and his own romantic imagination of adventure, Owl deduces that Christopher Robin has been taken to a distant, mysterious and dangerous place called "Skull" against his will, to a cave where the monstrous "Skullasaurus" resides. Owl equips the group with a map and sends them into the "Great Unknown" of the Hundred Acre Wood.
Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh, 21minutes
Origin USA
Themes Films about animals, Musical films, Children's films
Actors Peter Cullen, Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Michael Gough, Ken Sansom, Michael Gough
Rating74% 3.7356253.7356253.7356253.7356253.735625
On Halloween, Pooh and his friends are eager to go trick-or-treating. Piglet has never gone trick-or-treating, having always been too afraid of the frightening atmosphere of Halloween. After building an imposing mannequin in an attempt to face his fears, he joins his friends in preparation for trick-or-treating. Pooh's attempt to get honey from a bee hive ends in failure, and the bees chase the group into Rabbit's garden, ravaging his pumpkin patch. As night falls and a thunderstorm looms, Tigger overzealously speaks of the horrors of Halloween, frightening Piglet enough that he runs home and barricades the door.
Pom Poko
Pom Poko (1994)
, 1h59
Directed by Isao Takahata
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Environmental films, Feminist films, Films based on mythology, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Mythologie japonaise, Political films, Children's films, Ecologie
Actors Yuriko Ishida, Patrick Floersheim, Guillaume Orsat, Andre Stojka, Shigeru Izumiya, Henri Labussière
Rating72% 3.648433.648433.648433.648433.64843
The story begins in late 1960s Japan. A group of tanuki are threatened by a gigantic suburban development project called New Tama, in the Tama Hills on the outskirts of Tokyo. The development is cutting into their forest habitat and dividing their land. The story resumes in early 1990s Japan, during the early years of the Heisei era. With limited living space and food decreasing every year, the tanuki begin fighting among themselves for the diminishing resources, but at the urging of the matriarch Oroku ("Old Fireball"), they decide to unify to stop the development.
Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School, 1h30
Directed by Ray Patterson, Charles August Nichols
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Films about computing, Films about magic and magicians, Films based on science fiction novels, Films about dogs, Wolves in film, Dracula films, Frankenstein films, Films about dragons, Ghost films, Werewolves in film, Witches in film, Vampires in film, Comedy horror films, Cyberpunk films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Remy Auberjonois, Jeff Cohen, Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Susan Blu, Hamilton Camp
Roles The Grim Creeper / Mummy Daddy (voice)
Rating68% 3.446973.446973.446973.446973.44697
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, and Scrappy-Doo are on their way to a Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Girls, where they have been hired as gym teachers. Once there, however, they find that it is actually a school for girl ghouls. The pupils include Sibella, the daughter of Count Dracula; Elsa Frankenteen, the daughter of Frankenstein's monster, Winnie, the daughter of The Wolfman; Phantasma (usually called Phanty for short), the daughter of a phantom, possibly The Phantom of the Opera; and Tanis, the daughter of The Mummy - all parodies/tributes to the Universal Monsters of the 1930s-40s. Other residents of the school are a floating white hand; an octopus, who is the school's butler; Legs, a spider that helps with the upcoming volleyball match; Miss Grimwood, the headmistress; and her pet dragon Matches (who dislikes Scooby at first, but later becomes friends, and has a strong friendship with Scrappy). Shaggy and Scooby want no part of this at first, but eventually they agree to stay as teachers.
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, 1h25
Directed by Kimio Yabuki
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Jeu, Films about toys, Children's films
Actors Bettina Bush, Charles Adler, Pat Fraley, Peter Cullen, David Mendenhall, Andre Stojka
Roles Starlite / Wizard / Spectran (voice)
Rating68% 3.432493.432493.432493.432493.43249
When Rainbow Brite (Bettina Bush) and her magical horse, Starlite (Andre Stojka), go to Earth to start spring, they meet Stormy (Marissa Mendenhall), another magical girl who controls winter with her horse, Skydancer (Peter Cullen). She, however, doesn't want to end her winter fun, so Rainbow battles her for control over the season. She proves to be no match for Rainbow and Starlite, who outrun her and head off to Earth. When they arrive, they meet up with Brian (Scott Menville), the only boy on Earth who can "see" them.
Wolfen (1981)
, 1h55
Directed by Michael Wadleigh
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Fantastic, Horror, Crime
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Wolves in film, Werewolves in film, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Albert Finney, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmos, Gregory Hines, Tom Noonan, Dick O'Neill
Roles ESS Voice (voice)
Rating62% 3.14813.14813.14813.14813.1481
Former NYPD Captain Dewey Wilson (Albert Finney) is brought back to the force and assigned to solve a bizarre string of violent murders after high-profile magnate Christopher Van der Veer (Max M. Brown), his wife (Anne Marie Pohtamo), and his bodyguard are slain in Battery Park. Executive Security, Van der Veer's client, prefers to blame the murders on terrorists; but knowing that the victim's bodyguard was a 300-pound Haitian with voodoo ties makes Wilson skeptical. At the crime scene, Wilson meets with Warren (Dick O'Neill), his superior. With pressure to solve the case coming down from both the Police Commissioner and the Mayor, Warren partners Wilson with criminal psychologist Rebecca Neff (Diane Venora). Meanwhile, a homeless man goes exploring an abandoned church in Charlotte Street, South Bronx, which was going to be demolished by Van der Veer along with the rest of the ruined buildings in the area, to be able to build apartment complexes. He is suddenly attacked and torn to pieces by an unseen monstrous being. Wilson and Neff arrive to investigate his murder. While investigating the abandoned church, sounds of crying lure Neff up the bell tower. Wilson follows her but doesn't hear the crying; however, once Neff is separated from him, he hears a wolf howl. He goes up after Neff and drags her forcibly to safety. Later, during the night, a bridge worker is apparently murdered by the same creature.