Philip J. Fry

Billy West

Fry is an immature, slovenly, yet good-hearted and sentimental pizza delivery boy who falls into a cryogenic pod, causing it to activate and freeze him just after midnight on January 1, 2000. He reawakens on New Year's Eve of 2999, and gets a job as a cargo delivery boy at Planet Express, a company owned by his only living relative, Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth

About Billy West

An actor well known in animation circles, Billy West is one of an increasingly popular breed -- actors heard, but not seen. Tops in the voiceover business, some of West's most famous voices include those of Ren & Stimpy, Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in the feature film Space Jam, and the official voice of Woody Woodpecker. His animated projects include The Looney Tunes Show, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Rick & Steve the Happiest Gay Couple in All the World, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Horrible Histories, Histeria!, Catdog, Detention, Voltron, Rayman, Project Geeker and Men in Black. Amongst other things, West has worked as the in-show announcer for the Screen Gems Network. He is also the voice of George Jetson for Radio Shack, Marfalump for the Pepsi/Star Wars ad campaign, various claymation for Brisk Iced Tea and the Red M&M for the millennium M&Ms campaign. 
 
A self-proclaimed Mel Blanc devotee, West recalls that even as a very small child he would listen to people's voices on the radio and imitate them. His big break came in 1988, when he landed the role of Cecil in the cartoon Beanie and Cecil. From there, he was noticed by the creators of Ren & Stimpy, who brought him on to portray the dim-bulb feline, Stimpy, and the psychotic chihuahua, Ren. It was also at that time that he supplied an array of outrageous characterizations for The Howard Stern Show.