Carlo Bonomi, who was called Pingu's original voice, dies at the age of 85
Carlo Bonomi, best known as the original voice of the kids series 'Pingu', has passed away. According to media reports, Carlo died on August 6, 2022, in the city of Milan. Since the news came out, there has been a wave of mourning on the social media. Some people are paying tribute to him, while some are not even able to believe this news.
One user wrote, 'Rest in peace to Carlo Bonomi, the man who voiced the little penguin known as Pingu. I will never forget your not not.' Another user wrote, 'Carlo, you were one of the many geniuses of my (early) childhood, providing your own voice and sound effects to each 'Pingu' character. The cute penguin will always be a part of your legacy. Make-make (I mean not-not)!
R.I.P. to Carlo Bonomi, the man who voiced the famous little penguin known as Pingu. ????
Your Noot Noot shall not be forgotten. #CarloBonomi pic.twitter.com/UnJ3ZOM5I4 — Natalie (@NatDoorman90) August 7, 2022
R.I.P Carlo Bonomi, the original voice of Pingu. 1937-2022 pic.twitter.com/EdTiBHpZnW — Travis Bickerstaff ????️ (@Bickpixx) August 6, 2022
Pingu is a children's TV show that aired between 1986 and 2006. The penguin, Pingu, lived with his father, mother and younger sister in an igloo in Antarctica. Its characters spoke with comedic rambles.