We’re so heartbroken. Christine, who voiced Chuckie on ‘Rugrats’ and many other characters, passed away on Dec. 22 at the age of 51. Upon hearing the news, fans flocked to Twitter to mourn the death of the famous voice actor. See what they said.
Christine Cavanaugh rose to fame when she voiced Chuckie in Rugrats, Babe the Pig in Babe, and Dexter in Dexter’s Laboratory, throughout the ’90s and early ’00s. After hearing the news of her tragic death, fans rushed to Twitter to mourn the famous voice actor.
Christine Cavanaugh Dies: Fans React On Twitter After Death Of ‘Rugrats’ Voice
Read what fans are saying about Christine on Twitter below:
— tara strong (@tarastrong) December 30, 2014
RIP Christine Cavanaugh. You made my childhood so awesome.
— Mel Meza (@jesterlyfool) December 30, 2014
RIP Christine Cavanaugh. She was the voice actor for Chuckie from Rugrats, Dexter from Dexter’s Lab, among other amazing roles.
— ClassicPaul64 (@ClassicPaul64) December 30, 2014
Christine Cavanaugh made my childhood. Chuckie from Rugrats & Dexter from Dexter’s Lab. Rest in peace.
— KleB (@CalebJayvee) December 30, 2014
whoa christine cavanaugh died wow that’s sad af
— ⠀ (@bvseddomo) December 30, 2014
RIP Christine Cavanaugh.
— Emu (@HouseAlligator) December 30, 2014
Omg I just read about Christine cavanaugh.. It is making me profoundly sad
— DDDDAAAAVVVVEEEE!!!! (@scrotumnose) December 30, 2014
Christine Cavanaugh who voiced Chuckie in Rugrats died :(( rip
— Norman Bates (@srsly_chap) December 30, 2014
Christine Cavanaugh Dead At 51 — ‘Rugrats’ Voice Actor Dies From Unknown Causes
Christine died from unknown causes on Dec. 22, TMZ reported.
Christine is survived by her goddaughter, Isabel Torres, according to her obituary in the Los Angeles Times. She had no children of her own.
Our thoughts go out to Christine’s family and friends during this difficult time. Our hearts break for them.
— Chris Rogers
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