Perhaps most well known for his work in the animated television series Swampy's Underground Adventures, this actor and voice actor also contributed to the Smurf Dance Party and Where's My Water? video games. He is also notable for producing and writing an acclaimed short film titled Touch.
Early in his acting career, he appeared in a series of video productions consisting of Date Smart (1995), Job Smart (1996), and Safety Smart (1997).
He wrote, directed, and acted in the 2007 movie Pool Party.
He was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and is the grandchild of World War II veteran Duane L. Traynor.
For the 2011 video game Minute to Win It, Bowler did an impression of bodybuilder, actor, and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger.