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Héctor Elizondo (born December 22, 1936, in New York City) is an American actor. His voice roles for Hanna-Barbera included:


Héctor Elizondo was born in New York and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. His surname is Basque and means "at the foot of the church". His lifestyle in his pre-acting days was as diverse as the roles he plays today. He was a conga player with a Latin band, a classical guitarist and singer, a weightlifting coach, a ballet dancer and a manager of a bodybuilding gym. In his teens, he played basketball and baseball, and was scouted by the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates farm teams.

After a knee injury ended his dance career, Elizondo switched to drama. Since then, he has frequently appeared on Broadway, most notably with George C. Scott in Arthur Penn's production of "Sly Fox", for which he received a Drama Desk nomination, and for his role as God in "Steambath", which won him an Obie Award.

He has been married to his third wife, Carolee Campbell, since April 1969.

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