In shocking news from TMZ, the voice of Charlie Brown, Peter Robbins has died at 65 from taking his own life. 


According to Robbins Agent, Dylan Novak to TMZ, Robbins previously checked himself into a California mental hospital after Christmas. Novak continues to say that he was in a bad headspace, and the last time they spoke was in January telling Novak that he “really needed your prayers.” 

TMZ was told that the hospital staff encouraged him to stay longer, but refused. Instead, he discharged himself on January 18th, 2022, and was found dead sometime afterward.

Novak shared that Robbins has been very vocal in the past about his own problems with bipolar disorder. Sharing that he spent some time in rehab battling drug abuse and addiction. As well as spending time in prison for making threats to others. He wanted to help others in similar circumstances


Charlie Brown is the main character of the Peanuts comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz. Depicted as the “loveable loser” and trademark zigzag patterned shirt, he is one of the most recognizable comic strip characters of all time.

Peter Robbins began voicing the Charlie Brown character back from 1963 to 1969. Bringing his voice to iconic films such as A Charlie Brown Christmas and  It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. 

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