Digby Wolfe
Biographical Information
Born June 4th, 1929
London, England
Died May 2nd, 2012
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Productions The Jungle Book as Ziggy
Recordings Father Goose (film soundtrack)
The Jungle Book (soundtrack)

Digby Wolfe was an English actor, screenwriter and lecturer.


Born in London, England, Wolfe began his showbusiness career writing revues and comedy sketches, appearing alongside such greats as Ronnie Corbett, before moving to Australia and became a popular local television host.

Wolfe later moved to America where he became a familiar face on television as well as being a screenwriter for several shows. He was also the lecturer for Creative Writing at the University of New Mexico.

Wolfe passed away from cancer in New Mexico in 2012.


Wolfe sang on the soundtracks of two films in his career, providing the title theme for Father Goose in 1964 and playing Ziggy, one of the vulture barbershop quartet in The Jungle Book.


Father Goose (1964)Edit

  • Pass Me By (solo)

The Jungle Book (1967)Edit

  • That's What Friends Are For (contains solo lines)

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