Diedrich Bader, the voice of Bojack Horseman, is an actor who has been in the business for over three decades. He’s had roles in some of the most iconic films and television shows of our time, including The Drew Carey Show, Office Space, and
Napoleon Dynamite. He’s also no stranger to voice acting, having lent his talents to a number of animated films and television shows over the years.
Diedrich Bader’s early life and career
Bader was born in Alexandria, Virginia, in 1966. He grew up in a family of performers; his father, William Bader, was an actor and director, and his mother, Gisela Bader, was a singer and actress. Bader’s first foray into the world of acting came at the age of five, when he appeared in a local production of The Sound of Music. He later went on to study drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Diedrich Bader’s work on television
After graduation, Bader moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. He landed his first big break in the early 1990s, when he was cast as Drew Carey’s friend Oswald Lee Harvey on The Drew Carey Show. He went on to star in a number of films and television shows throughout the 1990s and 2000s, including Office Space, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and Napoleon Dynamite.
Diedrich Bader’s work as a voice actor
In 2014, Bader landed the role of Bojack Horseman in the Netflix animated series of the same name. The show, which follows the life of a washed-up actor who just happens to be a horse, has been praised for its humor and pathos. Bader’s performance as Bojack has been singled out as one of the highlights of the show.