Bobby Moynihan

Actor and comedian Bobby Moynihan voices Bobby Boots in Disney Branded Television's "Pupstruction," which follows the adventures of an all-dog construction company led by an innovative young corgi named Phinny, who might be the smallest pup on the crew but proves that you don't need big paws to have big dreams or big ideas. He also voices the roles of Tweedle Don't in Disney Junior's "Alice's Wonderland Bakery," Louie Duck in Disney's Emmy® Award-nominated series "DuckTales" and Dude the Dog in "Descendants 2" and "Descendants 3." Best known for his work in nine seasons of "Saturday Night Live," Moynihan originated popular characters such as Drunk Uncle and Riblet on "Weekend Update" and Anthony Crispino. Moynihan also starred in the popular "David S. Pumpkin" sketch with Tom Hanks (co-written by Moynihan and Mikey Day), which was turned into an animated Halloween special on NBC. His additional television credits include "Mr. Mayor," "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "Me, Myself & I," "Girls," and several animated series, including "Star Wars Resistance," "Bob's Burgers," "Summer Camp Island," "Nature Cat" and "We Bare Bears." His feature film credits include Pixar's "Inside Out" and "Monsters University," "The Secret Life of Pets," "The Secret Life of Pets 2," "Sisters" with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, "Killing Gunther" and "Staten Island Summer." He will next be seen in Paramount Pictures' upcoming fantasy comedy film "I.F.," about an imaginary friend from writer, director and producer John Krasinski; "Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story," a Netflix comedy feature directed by Jerry Seinfeld; and the animated feature "Fixed" for HBO Max. Born in Eastchester, New York, Moynihan currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.