Dan Fogler Dazzles Disney Channel Fans with a Delightful Musical Display on “Big City Greens”
Before Dan Fogler began his Wizarding World adventures as Jacob Kowalski in the Fantastic Beasts series, he spent a big part of his career in the spotlights of theater, most notably as William Barfée in the musical comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. This week, the Tony-winning actor brought back his vocal talents for the Disney Channel series Big City Greens, on which he guest-starred for an episode.
With its second season currently on air, Big City Greens is an animated television show featuring Bill Green and his two children, Cricket and Tilly. After losing their farm, the Green family moves in with Bill’s mother, Alice, who lives on a small farm in the middle of an eponymously named big city. New episodes are released every Saturday at 9/8 a.m. central on Disney Channel and DisneyNOW.
In the latest episode of this hit children’s cartoon, Cricket sets out to prove to his father and sister that he can eat fast food every day at the new Burger Clown franchise restaurant that opens next to the Greens’ home, only to experience dreadful health consequences. Fogler voices the energetic restaurant mascot, Mr. Burger Clown, who performs an entertaining musical number to attract the Green children to its menu. Watch a clip of the burger ballad below!
If the video has intrigued you, the full episode can be watched on DisneyNOW, the TV Everywhere app for Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney XD shows. Meanwhile, Fogler has returned to the magical world of Fantastic Beasts, where the principal filming of the third installment is due to wrap soon.