Alan Reed (born Herbert Theodore Bergman, August 20, 1907 – June 14, 1977) was an American
actor and voice artist, best known as the original voice of Fred Flintstone (although Daws Butler voiced the character in
the pilot), whom he was said to have physically resembled, on The Flintstones and various spinoff series. He also appeared
in many films, including Days of Glory, The Tarnished Angels, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Viva Zapata! (as Pancho Villa), and
Nob Hill, and various television series. As early as 1930, Reed (billed as Teddy Bergman) co-starred with Herbert Polesie in Henry
and George, a CBS program that featured "minute dramas, popular laughmakers ... interspersed with dance music selections."
Reed's radio work included having two roles in Valiant Lady, the role of Solomon Levy on Abie's Irish Rose, as the "Allen's
Alley" resident poet Falstaff Openshaw on Fred Allen's NBC radio show, and later on his own five-minute show, Falstaff's
Fables, on ABC, as Officer Clancey and other occasional roles on the NBC radio show Duffy's Tavern, as Shrevey the driver
on several years of The Shadow, as Chester Riley's boss on the NBC radio show The Life of Riley, as Italian immigrant Pasquale
in Life with Luigi on CBS radio, various supporting roles on Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, also on CBS, and as Lt. Walter
Levinson in several episodes of Richard Diamond, Private Detective. Reed was "heard regularly on the Crime Doctor series,"
and "was the original Daddy to Fanny Brice on Baby Snooks." Billed as Teddy Bergman, he had the title role on Joe Palooka.