In the 60s he became one of those mythical voices that are never forgotten.

Peter Robbins, the original voice of

Charlie Brown

in

Peanuts

, committed suicide last week after a long history of drug and alcohol addiction, his family reported and Fox 5 San Diego picks up.

Robbins even went to jail after threatening

County

Marshal

Bill Gore

. "I would advise anyone who has bipolar disorder to take it seriously because their life can change in the span of a month like it did for me," Robbins told the network in 2019. "I got out of prison and now I'm a better person, much more humble and grateful to have lived through the experience."

His love for the

Peanuts

characters was such that the actor had

Snoopy

and

Charlie Brown

tattooed on his arm.

The last time he played the character was in 1969, with the release of the film

A Boy Named Charlie Brown

.

His acting career ended in 1972 with an appearance on the series

My Three Sons

.

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