Gilbert Gottfried was the voice behind Microsoft Word’s “Clippy” paperclip

comedian Gilbert Gottfried had one of the most famous voices in the world. With his extensive acting history, he breathed deafening life into a variety of iconic characters. But even hardcore fans might not have known about any of his more obscure roles unless they’re familiar with old word processing software. Let’s take a look back at one of a.’s weirdest gigs Dear departed talent.

One of his more obscure roles was as the Microsoft Word paperclip, Clippy

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In 1990 Microsoft released its original suite of computer applications known as Microsoft Office. It has certainly revolutionized the industry, but not without flaws. For starters, it might be difficult to figure out how things work if you haven’t taken the time to familiarize yourself with the program. It clearly needed some help to become more user friendly.

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