So sad! Christine Cavanaugh, the famous voice actor, has passed away at the young age of 51.
Christine Cavanaugh died from unknown causes on Dec. 22, TMZ reported. Most known for her voice work as Chuckie from Rugrats, Babe the Pig in Babe, and Dexter in Dexter’s Laboratory, Christina was a voice actor throughout the ’90s and the early ’00s.
Christine Cavanaugh Dead
Christine had many roles throughout her lifetime. In addition to the above, she also voiced Marty Sherman in The Critic; Oblina in Ahhhhh Real Monsters; Bunny in The Powerpuff Girls; Wizzer and Dumpling in 101 Dalmations and Bunnie Rabbot in Sonic: The Hedgehog. She had guest star appearances in ER, Cheers and The X-Files.
In 2001, Christine retired from voice acting and her Rugrats role was replaced by Nancy Cartwright, the actor who voiced Bart Simpson.
Christine had no children of her own but was the god mother to Isabel Torres, daughter of her childhood friend Susan Yoshikawa Torres, according to her obituary in the Los Angeles Times.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Christine’s family.
— Emily Longeretta
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