Comedy Fans Will Definitely Recognize The Voice Behind The Progressive Pigeon Commercials

Avid comedy fans are likely to recognize the voices of Retta and H. Jon Benjamin from their history in the genre. Not only are both voice actors stand-up comedians, but they’ve also had their share of iconic comedy roles. “Parks and Recreation” fans will recognize Retta as the confident government employee Donna Meagle, though she also starred in the crime dramedy “Good Girls” as Ruby Hill. The New Jersey native has had a handful of guest voice acting roles on comedy shows like “Tuca & Bertie” and “Big Mouth.”

Meanwhile, H. Jon Benjamin is most known for his roles as burger shop owner Bob Belcher on “Bob’s Burgers” and superspy Sterling Archer on “Archer.” In the cult classic “Wet Hot American Summer,” the actor hilariously voiced Can of Vegetables, who’s later revealed to be named Mitch, returning for the Netflix miniseries “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” and “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.” Besides these beloved projects, he’s lent his voice to shows like “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” and “Family Guy” and even guest appeared on a Season 2 episode of “Parks and Recreation.”

Both actors have also been featured in other ad campaigns, including Benjamin’s series of Arby’s sandwich ads and the Retta-narrated Rocket Mortgage commercials. With this much experience under their respective belts, it’s no wonder that the two mesh so well in their Progressive shorts.

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