Robbie Rist is the voice of Stuffy, Doc's overly proud stuffed dragon, in Disney Junior's new animated series "Doc McStuffins."
Rist began his acting career at age 6 and starred as Cousin Oliver on the classic American sitcom, "The Brady Brunch" when he was 9. He then went on to play Ted Baxter's son, David, on the iconinc "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," and starred in the Sherwood Schwartz-produced Saturday morning sitcom, "Big John, Little John," alongside Herb Edelman. He made his feature film debut co-starring in the box-office hit "Iron Eagle," opposite Louis Gossett, Jr.
An accomplished voice actor, Rist starred as the voice of Michelangelo in the popular "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" film series. His other voiceover credits include the role of Starr in Universal Pictures' "Balto" and the English version of Choji Akimichi in the Japanese anime series "Naruto" and its sequel "Naruto: Shippuden," which airs on Disney XD.
Rist has done myriad voices for video game characters, including Griffin in "Terminator Salvation" and Maroda in "Final Fantasy X" and "Final Fantasy X-2."
A native of Los Angeles, Rist began playing piano and violin at age 3 and has enjoyed a successful music career ranging from fronting the 90s pop/punk band, Wonderboy, to serving as producer and recording engineer on albums for The Rubinoos and Spanish pop artists Suzy and Los Quattro.