A veteran of vaudeville, Broadway and tv, Len Dressler is most beneficial known for his work in advertising. He portrayed the tone of voice from the elfish Snap for Grain Krispies, Dig’em, the frog, for Kellogg’s Sugars Smacks and a deep-voiced narrator for Marlboro smoking cigarettes. His most long lasting work arrived, in 1959, when he was selected to become the voice from the Jolly Green Large for the Minnesota Valley Canning Business. Although he previously only three terms, “Ho Ho Ho”, in the advertisements, its popularity positioned his voice being among the most noticed sounds from the 1960s and ‘70s. Dressler reprised the part in some new advertisements, filmed in 2000, celebrating the business’s seventy-fifth wedding anniversary. Although little referred to as a vocalist, in america, Dressler had an extremely successful profession in Europe. An associate of Jamie Silva’s The J’s, in 1963, he shaped a jingle-singing quartet, Performers Unlimited, offering Gene Puerling from the Hi-Los, Don Shelton and Bonnie Herman, in 1967. Authorized from the German MPS Information label, the group documented fifteen albums, between 1971 and 1981.