PigletVoiced by Travis Oates
TRAVIS OATES (voice of Piglet) started his career as a child actor on a variety of Canadian stage and television productions. In his teen years, he moved to Northern California, where he produced a musical and several plays which he had written to great acclaim.
In 1995, Oates moved to Los Angeles and joined the Acme Comedy Theatre where he refined his comedic performance and writing skills. He worked on-camera in several television pilots as well as on commercials for HBO, AT&T, and Dr. Pepper. During that time, Oates joined the fledging G4 network as a writer and also became co-host for their program "Arena," opposite Wil Wheaton. He also did voice-over work for video games including "White Knight Chronicles" and "Turning Point: Fall of Liberty." In 2001, Oates sold a fantasy pilot to Jim Henson Studios. Additionally, he has sold screenplays to studios including FOX, United Artists and Screen Gems. In 2010, he directed his first film, "Last Stop," which is currently in post-production.
Oates was honored to begin working as Piglet for Disney in 2005, appearing in "Kingdom Hearts II," "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" and "Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too."