Peter Wildman

Peter Wildman (born December 29, 1954) is a Canadian actor, voice actor, musician, writer and member of the Frantics comedy troupe.[1] He appeared as Buzz Sherwood on The Red Green Show, and voiced Mojo on the X-Men Animated Series and Mr. Fixit in the series The Busy World of Richard Scarry. He was also a writer on The Red Green Show from 1994 until 1998.

Peter Wildman
Born (1954-12-29) December 29, 1954 (age 67)
OccupationActor, writer, voice actor, musician
Years active1978–present

On television, Wildman has also appeared on Babar, Piggsburg Pigs!, Transformers: Cybertron, Shining Time Station, Peep and the Big Wide World, Puppets Who Kill, The Accuser, Avengers: United They Stand, Street Legal, Rupert, Ultraforce, Four on the Floor, Roboroach, Undergrads, WildC.A.T.S., History Bites, Little Bear, Free Willy, Highlander: The Animated Series, Hello Kitty and Friends, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Flash Gordon, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Dog City, Cyberchase, Freaky Stories, Tales from the Cryptkeeper, Anatole, Rescue Heroes, Storm Hawks, Committed, Mr. Men and Little Miss, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Grossology, Ace Lightning, Bob and Margaret, Ned's Newt, Sam and Max: Freelance Police, The Adventures of Tintin, Quads!, Blazing Dragons, The Berenstain Bears, Birdz, Pippi Longstocking, Noddy, Silver Surfer, Second City TV, The Seventh Portal and The Murdoch Mysteries.

Professionally, Wildman is manager of creative services and a long-time senior writer at Corus Entertainment, writing commercials, promos, song parodies, and comedy bits for Corus radio stations, as well as occasionally performing on air.[2][3][4][5]

Television CreditsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1991–1997 The Red Green Show Buzz Sherwood 38 episodes
1992–1997 X-Men Mojo 2 episodes

He also appeared in the movies Dogmatic and Giant Steps, narrated The Dumb Bunnies and wrote episodes of Maniac Mansion, Shining Time Station and Sci-Squad.


  1. ^ "Canadia: 2056". Toronto, ON, Canada: CBC. Retrieved May 20, 2011.
  2. ^[self-published source]
  3. ^ "Corus Creative Services | Toronto | Eastern Ontario".
  4. ^ "A Conversation with ... Peter Wildman". 26 September 2016.
  5. ^ Thompson, Doug (February 2010). "Peter Wildman: Commercials, comedy, and The Frantics". Broadcast Dialogue. Retrieved December 8, 2021.

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