John Fiedler, the voice of Piglet, died Saturday at 80.
The news of Fiedler's death broke in the New York Times.
Fiedler served in the Navy during World War II, then started a stage career in New York. He performed in supporting roles alongside Sidney Poitier on Broadway, John Wayne in Hollywood and Bob Newhart on television.
But he was best known for the squeaky voice of the ever-worrying Piglet.
His brother told The Times that Fiedler landed that role when Walt Disney heard his voice on a program and said, "That's Piglet."
Like Winchell, Fiedler's film debut as Piglet came in "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day" in 1968. He voiced the character all the way up to the film series most recent release, "Pooh's Heffalump Movie," which came out in February.
As a voice actor, Fiedler's voice was also heard in Disney's "The Fox and the Hound" and "Robin Hood," and he made several guest appearances on television and equally as many roles on film.
Fiedler's television credits included "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour," "The Twilight Zone," "Bewitched," "Star Trek," "The Bob Newhart Show," "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" and "One Life to Live."
On film, he had roles in such classics as "12 Angry Men" and "True Grit."