Dr. Bunsen Honeydew is a supporting character from Jim Henson's Muppets franchise. Honeydew is a short, bald, bespectacled, soft-spoken Muppet with a round (one could say honeydew-ish) head. A scientist of great intellect, he and his assistant Beaker are often inventing gadgets and gizmos for the Muppet gang.
Dave Goelz: The original, and most-oft reprised performer for Honeydew, Dave gives yet another classic, instantly recognizable performance.
Howie Mandel: I'm sorry, Howie, but all I hear is the same "child voice" as your other characters. :(
Dave Coulier: Dave's usually pretty spot-on with his Baby voice, but I think Bunsen is one of his weaker ones. He's stronger than Howie, I'll admit.
Bob Bergen: The performance isn't bad, but the voice doesn't exactly scream "Bunsen" to me.
Bill Barretta: Bill shared the role with Dave in the 1996 Muppets Tonight show. He's a pretty good match for Dave, but I think it's just a tad nasally (he actually makes me think of a well-mannered and calm Denzel Crocker).
Eric Bauza: Eric's known for his great skill at impersonations and mimicry. The voice has a similar tone to other characters he's voiced, but without being spot-on to 'older' Honeydew, the voice is a good match for what one would assume an infant Honeydew would sound like.
Dave Goulz's getting my vote, but the others range from great to suitable replacements.