Kath Soucie

Katherine Ellen Soucie (/ˈsuːsi/) is an American actress and voice actress known for playing Linka in Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Lola Bunny in Space Jam, Fifi La Fume in Tiny Toon Adventures, Dexter's Mom in Dexter's Laboratory, Maddie Fenton in Danny Phantom and Phil, Lil and Betty DeVille in Rugrats.[1]

Kath Soucie
Born
Katherine Ellen Soucie

OccupationActress, voice actress
Years active1978–present
AgentAVO Talent

Life and career

Soucie was born in Cleveland, Ohio.[2]

She first studied acting under drama teacher Manu Tupou. After attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, she began a successful career on the New York stage.[3]

In the late 1970s, Soucie appeared in several television "movies of the week", including The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel. However, she soon experienced disappointment with the physical restrictions of on-camera acting.[3] 1986 came her first voice-over job, for three different girls on Rambo: The Force of Freedom.[1] Having started her voice acting career, the following year, Soucie played Janine Melnitz on The Real Ghostbusters, taking over the role from Laura Summer.

Filmography

Movies

Year Title Voice role
1991 Beauty and the Beast Bimbettes
1992 Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation Fifi La Fume / Little Boo / Bimbette Skunk
1993 Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby Pebbles Flinstone-Rubble
1996 Space Jam Lola Bunny
1998 Kiki's Delivery Service Kokiri
The Rugrats Movie Phil DeVille / Lil DeVille / Betty DeVille
2000 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
The Tigger Movie Kanga
2001 The Trumpet of the Swan Young Serena / Newscaster / Paramedic
Recess: School's Out Counselor / Hector / Butch
2002 Return to Never Land Wendy
Hey Arnold!: The Movie Miriam Pataki / Marilyn Berman / Mona / Reporter
Lilo & Stitch Additional Voices
The Santa Clause 2 Chet
2003 Rugrats Go Wild Phil DeVille / Lil DeVille / Betty DeVille
Piglet's Big Movie Kanga
2004 Clifford's Really Big Movie Jetta / Madison
2005 Pooh's Heffalump Movie Kanga
My Neighbor Totoro Mrs. Ogaki
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild Forest Animals and Scouts
2006 Curious George Animal Control Receptionist
2007 Happily N'Ever After Baby / Little Red Riding Hood / Stepsisters
2008 Space Chimps Dr. Smothers
2012 Wreck-It Ralph Additional voices
Back to the Sea Shaobao
2013 I Know That Voice Herself
2016 Zootopia Young Nick Wilde
2019 Wonder Park Bus Counselor Shannon

Television films

Year Title Voice role
1995 The Tale of Tillie's Dragon Tillie
1997 Annabelle's Wish Annabelle
1999 Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip Dexter's mom
2003 Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time Preschool teacher
2007 Hellboy: Blood and Iron Erzsebet Ondrushko
2016 Toasty Tales Waffle
2017 Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie Miriam Pataki[4]

Direct-to-video

Year Title Role
1991 The Little Engine That Could Tillie / Missy / The Little Wolf
1997 Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas Enchantress
A Christmas Carol Mrs. Cratchit / Ghost of Christmas Past / Fan
1998 The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars Tinselina
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World Additional voices
1998–2003 The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald Fry Kid
2000 An Extremely Goofy Movie Co-ed
Gen¹³ Rachel
2001 Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure Collette / Danielle
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse Kanga
2002 A Very Merry Pooh Year
2003 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure Perdita
Recess: All Growed Down Hector / Cindy / Gus's Mom
Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade Hector
2004 Springtime with Roo Kanga
Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.! Jessie / Mrs. Sperling
2005 The Legend of Frosty the Snowman Tommy Tinkerton / Old Sara Simple
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie Kanga
2006 Bambi II Thumper's mother
The Fox and the Hound 2 Zelda
2007 Super Sleuth Christmas Movie Kanga
Futurama: Bender's Big Score Cubert Farnsworth
2008 Futurama: Bender's Game
2009 Green Lantern: First Flight Arisia Rrab
2010 Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes Tuffy
2011 Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz
2013 Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure
2016 Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz
2017 Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Live action television

Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel Becca Live action; TV movie
1998 Home Improvement Claire Taylor – Screaming voice; one episode; uncredited
2008–09 Imagination Movers Voicemail voice; three episodes

Animated television

Year Title Role Note(s)
1986 Rambo: The Force of Freedom Additional voices
1986–87 My Little Pony Princess Tiffany / Princess Starburst
1986–89 The Smurfs Additional voices
1987 Pound Puppies Arf / Mrs. Vanderspiff
1987–91 The Real Ghostbusters Janine Melnitz
1988 Jem Ingrid "Minx" Kruger
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo Prestina
The New Yogi Bear Show Little Yog
1988–90 Denver, the Last Dinosaur Casey / Heather
The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy Raggedy Cat
1989 X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men Kitty Pryde
1989–90 Dink, the Little Dinosaur Jerry / Melodi
1989–91 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears Princess Marie
1990–91 TaleSpin Clementine Clevenger
Wake, Rattle and Roll Cindy Bear
Timeless Tales from Hallmark Teddy Bear / Rapunzel's mother / Baby Rapunzel
1990–92 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series Tara Boumdeay / Mary Jo Nagamininashy / additional voices
Widget, the World Watcher Brian / Kristine
Pretty Piggies Patricia
1990–93 Tom and Jerry Kids Babysitter / Baby / Mom
1990–95 Tiny Toon Adventures Fifi La Fume / Little Sneezer / Margot Mallard
1990–96 Captain Planet and the Planeteers Linka[5]
1991 Toxic Crusaders Yvonne
1991, 1999 Little Dracula Mrs. Dracula / Millicent
1991–92 Darkwing Duck Morgana McCawber
Yo Yogi! Cindy Bear / Secret Squirrel
James Bond Jr. Goldie Finger
Space Cats Yvette Meow / Lollipop
1991–2004 Rugrats Phil and Lil DeVille / Betty DeVille / Alisa Carmichael / Buster Carmichael / Squeaky Chicken Girl / Shawna / Girl (1) / Woman (2) / Builder / Crybaby / Sondra / Nurse (2) / Belinda / Feldman Batterries / Crowd Members / Ms. Trencherman / Dotti / Edie / Morgana / Frances / Girl / Loudspeaker / Bird / Tiffany / Tullulah / Boy (1) / Bodhi / Rich Kid #1 / Barnaby / Woman #2 (2) / Germs / Diana / Anchorwoman / Kid #1 / Toddler / Saleswoman / Elderly Lady / Friends / Kid / Superhero / Cheerleaders / Goth Teens
1992 Raw Toonage Girl
The Plucky Duck Show Fifi La Fume
1992–93 Goof Troop Debbie
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa Carly
1992–93 Super Dave Additional Voices
1992–94 The Little Mermaid Attina / Flo
1993 Animaniacs Fifi La Fume
1993–94 Mighty Max Bea
Sonic the Hedgehog Sally Acorn / NICOLE
1993–95 2 Stupid Dogs Martha / Granny Fanny / Youngest Daughter
1993–96 SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron Turmoil
The Pink Panther Thelma
1994–95 Street Sharks Ripster's mom
Aladdin Poor village mother
Beethoven Alice Newton / Teacher 2 / Teacher 3
Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad Elizabeth Collins
1994–97 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Dusty / Stewardess / Boy (1) / Whiney Boy
Gargoyles Cornelia Stallman / Maggie "the Cat" Reed / Ophelia / Princess Katherine / The Weird Sisters
1995 Biker Mice from Mars Harley
1995–96 Dumb and Dumber Waitress / Allie Mae / # 27
Savage Dragon Alex Wild
The Hot Rod Dogs and Cool Car Cats Spare Parts
Earthworm Jim Princess What's-Her-Name / Evil Princess / Johnny's mom
1995–97 The Cartoon Cartoon Show Bubbles / Ms. Keane / Dexter's Mom / Girl / Alien #1
The Mask: The Animated Series Evelyn / Dragon Lady
1995–98 Timon & Pumbaa Lara / Suzie
1996 Quack Pack Daisy Duck / Agent X / Nelly The Dragon
1996–97 Mighty Ducks Lucretia DeCoy
Bruno the Kid Grace
1996–98 Casper Kathleen "Kat" Harvey
Jungle Cubs Winifred / Leah / Mother Duck / Mother Mouse / Mountain Sheep
1996–2000 Adventures from the Book of Virtues Annie Redfeather / Aurora the Red-tailed Hawk / Aunt Polly / Queen Vashti
1996–99, 2001–03 Dexter's Laboratory Dexter's Mom / Quadraplex T-3000 Computer / Agent Honeydew / Lee Lee / Pony Puff Princess / Becky / Oceanbird / Darbie / Teacher #1 / Rat / Kid #3 / Kid #4 / Susan Storm / Newslady / Susie / Mom / Ghost / She-Thing / Sofie / Girl / Alien Mom / Kid / Book Boy / Queen Ant / Waitress / Midge / Lunch Lady / Librarian / Girl (2) / Neighbor Lady / Amoebae #1 / Vicky / Bus Driver / Katka / Snack Buyer / Granny / Kids / Woman #2 / Baby / Little Girl / Woman (2) / Muffins / Baby (2) / Boy (2) / Queen (2) / Old Woman (2) / School Counselor / Girl (4) / Science Mom / Mom #2 / Timothy's Mom / Candi / Girl #1 (2) / Spastic Sister / Scientist #3 / Betty Rubble / Dance Instructor / Receptionist / Lil Girls / Lady (2) / Mrs. Morris / Old Lady / Girl #1 (3) / Girl #2 (3) / Great Aunt Dextamina / Girl #4 / Girl #6 / Empowering Penny Doll / Worker Aliens / Sue / Girl (7) / Secretary (2) / Doll / Girl (8)
1996–2004 Hey Arnold! Miriam Pataki / Marilyn Berman / Mrs. Vitello (only in episode "The Vacent Lot") / Nancy / Baby Oskar / Yolanda / Hillary / Real Cecil / Mrs. Ryle / Nancy Woman / Lunch Lady / Woman (2) / Danny / Agent / Mother (2) / Old Lady / Clowns / Old Woman / TV Announcer / Parasail Girl / Dispatcher (2) / Customer / Nun
1997–99 Todd McFarlane's Spawn Cyan Fitzgerald
101 Dalmatians: The Series Cadpig / Rolly / Anita Dearly / Young Cruella (in episode, "A Christmas Cruella")
1997–2000 Pepper Ann Cissy Rooney / Mrs. Little
1997–2001 Recess Butch / Cindy / Jeffery / Baby / Various Kindergartners
1997–2004 Johnny Bravo Aunt Katie / Debbie Nemo / Inspector Gerard / Sheila / Unta / Mountie / Train Company Executive
1997–2007 Space Goofs Hank's Wife
1998 Toonsylvania Ashley Deadman
Invasion America Rita Carter / Sonia Lear
1998–99 The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs Collar Communicator Voice
The Magician Mona / Angel
1998–2000 CatDog Lorraine
1999 Rayman: The Animated Series Betina (Voice) 1 Episode
1999 The Powerpuff Girls Julie Smith / Maryanne Smith / Reporter / additional voices
The Kids from Room 402 Desk Clerk / Reporter
Courage the Cowardly Dog Little Muriel
Mickey Mouse Works Clarabelle's Instructor
1999–2000 Mike, Lu & Og Margery / Pig
1999–2013 Futurama Cubert Farnsworth / Michelle / Albert / Nina / Punk Kid
2000; 2002 Clerks: The Animated Series Lady with the dead baby / Jay's granddaughter
2000–11 God, the Devil and Bob Andy Alman
2000–02 Baby Blues Rodney Bitterman / Megan Bitterman
2000–03 Clifford the Big Red Dog Jetta / Jetta's mom / Mary
As Told by Ginger Blake Gripling / 9th Grade Girl / Reporter / Check in Girl / Cinnamon Ann / Cute Girl #1 / Ms. Conners / Euphrasia Weinstein / Diva / Bethany / Karina / Cop (2) / Reporter (2)
2000–04 The Weekenders Pedratishkovna "Tish" Katsufrankis / Ruby / Fashion Commentator / Totie Weems / Digital Girl / Actor #2 / Juliet / Twin Girl #1 / Twin Girl #2 / Trooper Sue
2001 Baby Felix & Friends Tattoo
Time Squad Additional voices
2001–02 Butt-Ugly Martians Angela Young / Shaboom Shaboom
Grim & Evil Old Lady
Shin Chan (Vitello Dub) Shinnosuke Nohara[6]
2001–03 Disney's House of Mouse Kanga / Bimbette / Perdita
The Book of Pooh Kanga
2001–04 Samurai Jack Olivia / Sandals Boy's Mother / Kid A / Daughter #1 / Daughter #2
Totally Spies! Stella / Jason Hightower / Toll / Shirley Rogers / Barber / Redhead Girl
2002 ChalkZone Yadda Yadda Yeti
What's New, Scooby-Doo? Susan Dinwiddie
2002–06 The Cramp Twins Lucien Cramp / Mrs. Phelps / Innocent Girl
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Betty Quinlan
2002–07 Kim Possible Kaitlin / Co-pilot / French girl / Moopey Girl / Spirit Squad Weekly Interviewer / Rocket Booster #1
2003 Ozzy & Drix Naurine / Celly Katz
Duck Dodgers Handmaiden
2003–06 Clifford's Puppy Days Daffodil
Lilo & Stitch: The Series Trick or treater
2003–07 Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks Millie / Missy Sue
2003–09 My Life as a Teenage Robot XJ-2 / XJ-4 / XJ-5 / Man 1 / Kid (2) / Machine Voice (2)
2003–08 All Grown Up! Phil and Lil DeVille / Betty DeVille / Beverly Jones / Friend #1
2004 Static Shock El Gata
Detroit Docona Suzy Anders
2004–05 Stroker and Hoop Ashley Brittany / Brittany Ashley
2004–06 Justice League Unlimited Additional voices
W.I.T.C.H. Nerissa / Sandpit
2004–07 Danny Phantom Maddie Fenton / The Lunch Lady Ghost / Avatar Maddie / Box Lunch / Sales Girl / Connie / Concessions Kid / Geek Kid / Brenner / Ida / Little Girl / She-Wolf / Walla 2 / Girls on Beach / Girl 2 (2)
Toonami SARA 2
2005 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Happy Huggy Stuffy Teddy Bear
2005–07 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee Ray Ray / Gigi / Jean-Claude's groupie / Laundromax
2005–08 Ben 10 Edwin Smith / Little Boy / Tiffany / Joan / Teen 2 / Cowgirl
2006 Ben & Izzy Izzy
2006–07 My Gym Partner's a Monkey Deidre Koala / Deb Ape
Lola & Virginia Haide
2006–09 The Replacements Karen "Agent K" Daring / additional voices
2006–11 Handy Manny Dusty / Mrs. Bouffant / Steven / Kevin / Junior
2006–15 Curious George Mrs. Renkins / Mrs. Quint
2007 Codename: Kids Next Door Lizzie's sister ("Operation: "G.I.R.L.F.R.I.E.N.D.")
2007–09 Transformers Animated Professor Princess
2007–10 My Friends Tigger & Pooh Kanga
2008–09 Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures Newton
The Spectacular Spider-Man Dr. Martha Connors / Anna Watson
2008–13 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Mon Mothma / Mina Bonteri / Jek
2009 Chowder Ms. Butterscotch / Pelican Lady / Unicorn / Lady
2010–13 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Nan Blake / additional voices
2011 Generator Rex Mouse / Female Party Goer
Young Justice Joan Garrick/ Lori Lemaris / Queen Mera
2011–12 Winx Club Countess Cassandra
2011–13 Pound Puppies Additional voices
2012 Special Agent Oso Dusty
2012–13 Mad Rainbow Dash / Starfire / Magic Magic Marker Boy / Wyatt Bernstein
2012–2016 Transformers: Rescue Bots Professor Anna Baranova
2014 Doc McStuffins Celeste
2014-Present The Tom and Jerry Show Tuffy / Mimi / Aunt Claire / Cozette / Gigi
2014-2018 Star Wars Rebels Minister Maketh Tua / Mira Bridger
2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise Tour Guide
Goldie & Bear Twigs
Bear in Underwear Rossman
2015–18 New Looney Tunes Lola Bunny / The President / Little Kid / Claudette Dupri / Pampreen
2016 Kulipari: An Army of Frogs Additional Voices
2017 The Lion Guard Fujo's Mom
OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes Peej / Gnarlio Jr.
2018 The Loud House Mrs. Vaporciyan/Club Manager
Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters Sandy Violette

Video games

Year Title Role
1993 Freddy Pharkas: Frontier Pharmacist Penelope Primm
1995 Full Throttle Maureen
1996 Space Jam Lola Bunny
1997 Fallout Laura / The Master (female voice)
JumpStart Adventures 5th Grade: Jo Hammet, Kid Detective Jo Hammet
1998 Detective Barbie In the Mystery of the Carnival Caper! Becky
2000 Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn Aerie
102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue Priscilla the Pig
Looney Tunes Racing Lola Bunny
Looney Tunes: Space Race
Warriors of Might and Magic Various
2001 Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal Aerie / Young Sarevok / Alianna / Asana / Haraad / Ghostly Apparition
2002 JumpStart Advanced Eleanor / Lucy
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast Tavion
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Goldberry / Angelica Baggins / Arwen
Kingdom Hearts Sally / Shock / Sora's mother
Icewind Dale II The Narrator / Maralie Fiddlebender
Jurassic Park: Dinosaur Battles Olivia / Sabrina / Dr. Irene Corts
2003 Dark Chronicle Elena / Sirus
Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits Choco
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Tavion
Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando Angela Cross
Final Fantasy X-2 Taro
2004 World of Warcraft Whitemane / Undead females
2005 The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge Sally / Shock
Gun Jenny
2006 Star Wars: Empire at War Mara Jade / Rebel HUD
Kingdom Hearts II Sally / Shock
Tomb Raider: Legend Amanda Evert
Thrillville Additional voices
2007 Thrillville: Off the Rails
Mass Effect Kaira Stirling / Greta Reynolds
2008 Lost Odyssey Cooke
Tomb Raider: Underworld Amanda Evert
2009 Brütal Legend Lita Halford
Dragon Age: Origins Additional voices
2010 StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Mira Han
2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic Female smuggler[7]
2012 Syndicate Dart
2013 StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Mira Han
2013 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Additional voices
2014 The Elder Scrolls Online Naryu Virian
2016 King's Quest - Chapter III: Once Upon A Climb Hagatha / Valanice / Royal Knight #3[8]
2016 World of Final Fantasy Vivi Ornitier
2018 Heroes of the Storm Mira Han
2018 Fallout 76 Additional voices

References

  1. ^ a b Lawson, Tim; Persons, Alisa (2004), The Magic Behind the Voices: A Who's Who of Cartoon Voice Actors, University Press of Mississippi, pp. 301–304, ISBN 978-1-57806-696-4
  2. ^ Thomas S. Hischak (2011), Disney Voice Actors: A Biographical Dictionary, McFarland & Company, p. 197, ISBN 978-0-7864-6271-1
  3. ^ a b "Nancy Cartwright Chats with Kath Soucie". AWN. 2008-04-23. Retrieved 2013-11-14.
  4. ^ Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold! movie gets title; 19 original voice actors returning Entertainment Weekly, Retrieved June 13, 2016
  5. ^ "Captain Planet and the Planeteers Cast". TV Com. Retrieved 13 March 2015.
  6. ^ Brubaker, Charles (February 18, 2015). ""Crayon Shin Chan" (1992)". Cartoon Research. Retrieved January 31, 2017.
  7. ^ BioWare (2011-12-20). Star Wars: The Old Republic. Electronic Arts, LucasArts. Scene: closing credits, 9:50 in, English Cast.
  8. ^ The Odd Gentlemen. King's Quest - Chapter III: Once Upon A Climb. Sierra Entertainment. Scene: Closing credits, 1 min in, Cast.

External links

Annabelle's Wish

Annabelle's Wish is a 1997 American animated Christmas film that revolves around a young calf who aspires to learn to fly and become one of Santa Claus' reindeer. It is narrated by American country singer Randy Travis and stars veteran voice actress Kath Soucie. Hallmark Home Entertainment released the film to video on October 21, 1997, followed by a television broadcast later that year on Fox.

Baby Blues (U.S. TV series)

Baby Blues is an adult animated television series, based on the Baby Blues comic strip by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott, produced by Warner Bros. The first eight episodes of Baby Blues originally aired in the United States on The WB between July 28 and August 24, 2000, before being cancelled. The five remaining episodes that had been unaired finally did air on Adult Swim in 2002. A second season consisting of thirteen episodes was produced but never aired.

The animated adaptation of Baby Blues differs from the comic by having it take place when Zoe was still an infant, even though she was the older sister to Hammie in the strip at the time. In addition, it focuses on Darryl and Wanda's relationship with supporting characters created for this series, including the Bittermans (a dysfunctional next-door family with three children), Bizzy (Zoe's babysitter), and Kenny (Darryl's laid-back close friend and co-worker).

The theme song of the show is "It's All Been Done" by Barenaked Ladies.

Blazing Dragons (video game)

Blazing Dragons is a point-and-click adventure game developed by the Illusions Gaming Company and published by Crystal Dynamics for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn consoles. It is based on the television series of the same name. In a twist on the legend of King Arthur, the player controls Flicker, a dragon who lives in Camelhot castle and is in love with Princess Flame, but is not eligible to ask for her hand in marriage because he is not a knight. However, the King has announced a dragon tournament, where the winner will not only win the princess, but also become the new king.The humour in the game is heavily influenced by Monty Python. The voice cast is headed by Terry Jones, Cheech Marin and Harry Shearer, along with supporting performances from veteran voice actors such as Jim Cummings, Jeff Bennett, Kath Soucie, Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Gregg Berger, and Charlie Adler.

Dana Swanson

Dana Swanson (born November 8, 1981 at Atlanta, Georgia) is an American singer, actress, writer, comedian and the current voice of SARA v3.0 for Toonami as of April 27, 2013. She replaces Sally Timms and Kath Soucie as SARA's voice and serves as supporting host to TOM v5.0, voiced by Steven Blum.

Swanson attended the University of Georgia, where she graduated with a degree in TeleArts in 2004, joined Williams Street the following year as a production coordinator and was promoted to a writer/producer role in 2010. Swanson is also a member of the band "Le Sexoflex" under the pseudonym Miss Lady Flex. Swanson (under the name Insane-o-flex) also co-wrote and performed "I Like Your Booty (But I'm Not Gay)" for the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters's soundtrack.

On April 27, 2013, when Toonami overhauled its look by introducing the TOM 5 era and retiring the TOM 3.5 era look that and from May 26, 2012, to April 20, 2013, on Adult Swim (TOM 3.5 was an HD version of the TOM 3.0 look from 2004-07 on Cartoon Network), SARA made a surprise return to the block after several years' absence with an updated look and voiced by Swanson. The current SARA look is a full-bodied fairy hologram.

Swanson provided the voice of a member of the band "Advantage" in the Homestar Runner DVD-exclusive toon "The Limozeen Advantage".

Handy Manny

Handy Manny is an American Canadian CGI-animated children's television series. It first aired on September 16, 2006 as originally part of Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney daily block intended for preschoolers. The show's final episode aired on February 14, 2013. On February 14, 2011, it was moved to the Disney Junior block, serving as Playhouse Disney's replacement. The show's title character is voiced by Wilmer Valderrama.

The show was created by Roger Bollen, Marilyn Sadler and Rick Gitelson. The animation is produced by Toronto-based Nelvana and features the voice performances of Wilmer Valderrama, Dee Bradley Baker, Tom Kenny, Fred Stoller, Nika Futterman, Kath Soucie, Carlos Alazraqui, Grey DeLisle and Nancy Truman. The theme song is performed by Los Lobos.

In 2011, It was re-recorded by Relient K for Disney Junior - Live on Stage!

Janine Melnitz

Janine Melnitz is a fictional character in the Ghostbusters series. She is the Ghostbusters' secretary, confidante and occasionally, a ghostbuster herself. She was played by Annie Potts in both movies, and in The Real Ghostbusters she was voiced initially by Laura Summer, and later on the series by Kath Soucie. In Extreme Ghostbusters, she was voiced by Pat Musick. Potts returned to provide her appearance and voice to Janine in the 2009's Ghostbusters: The Video Game.

Lola Bunny

Lola Bunny is a Looney Tunes cartoon character portrayed as an anthropomorphic female rabbit who first appeared in the 1996 film Space Jam. She is Bugs Bunny's girlfriend, and was created as the "female merchandising counterpart" of the character. She has been labelled as an animated sex-symbol.

Mara Jade

Mara Jade is a fictional female character within the Star Wars franchise. She appears in the now non-canon Legends series, as the wife of Luke Skywalker and mother of Ben Skywalker. In the different video games, she has been voiced by Heidi Shannon, Edie Mirman and Kath Soucie. Despite not being part of the regular canon and never appearing in the film series, Mara is considered one of the most popular Star Wars characters.

Piglet's Big Movie

Piglet's Big Movie is a 2003 American animated musical film released by Walt Disney Pictures on March 21, 2003. The film features the characters from the Winnie-the-Pooh books written by A. A. Milne and is the third theatrically released Winnie the Pooh feature. In this film, Piglet is ashamed of being small and clumsy and wanders off into the Hundred Acre Wood, leading all of his friends to form a search party to find him.

Piglet's Big Movie was produced by the Japanese office of DisneyToon Studios and the animation production was by Walt Disney Animation Japan, Inc. and Toon City Animation, Inc., Manila, Philippines, with additional animation provided by Gullwing Co., Ltd., additional background by Studio Fuga and digital ink and paint by T2 Studio.

Space Chimps

Space Chimps is a 2008 3D computer-animated comic science fiction film directed by Kirk DeMicco and written by DeMicco and Rob Moreland. It features the voices of Andy Samberg, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Daniels, Patrick Warburton, Kristin Chenoweth, Kenan Thompson, Zack Shada, Carlos Alazraqui, Omid Abtahi, Patrick Breen, Jane Lynch, Kath Soucie, and Stanley Tucci.

The film follows three chimpanzees who go into space to an alien planet. 20th Century Fox theatrically released the film on July 18, 2008. The film grossed $64.8 million on a $37 million budget. It received a Artios Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Animation Feature. A video game based on the film was also released in July 2008.

A direct-to-video sequel, entitled Zartog Strikes Back, directed by John H. Williams, was released in May 2010.

The Adventures of Lomax

The Adventures of Lomax (known in Europe as Lomax) is a spin-off video game of the Lemmings series. The player takes the role of Lomax, a lemming character that has to save his friends and animals from an evil doctor. The game was released for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows in 1996. Kath Soucie provides the voice of Lomax.

The Cramp Twins

The Cramp Twins is an animated series created by cartoonist Brian Wood for Cartoon Network. The show was produced by Sunbow Entertainment from season 1 up to season 2, Telemagination from season 3 up to season 4 and TV-Loonland AG in association with Cartoon Network Europe. From season 1 up to season 2, this is the final television series to be produced by Sunbow Entertainment before the company was shut down in 2004. It is about Wayne Cramp (Tom Kenny) and Lucien Cramp (Kath Soucie), not-so identical twin brothers who live with their germophobic mother (Nicole Oliver) and their Western-obsessed father (Ian James Corlett) in the fictional town of Soap City. Wayne and Lucien's personalities clash, and they rarely get along. Wayne has a friend called Dirty Joe (Lee Tockar), who owns a dump, and neighbour Wendy Winkle (Jayne Peterson) has a crush on him, but he hates her. Wayne's and Lucien's teacher is Miss. Hillary Hissy (Cathy Weseluck who also plays Mrs. Winkle). Lucien's friends include environment-friendly Tony Parsons (Terry Klassen, who also plays Tony's dad, Seth) and Mari and Luke Harrison (Adam Little).

Season 1 premiered in the United Kingdom on 3 September 2001 on BBC One, Cartoon Network UK in October and on September 10, 2001 on CBBC, respectively and has reached high popularity with children; the season ended on 21 June 2002. Season 2 premiered in Summer 2003 and finished in Autumn of the same year. The Season 3 started in 2004 and ended in 2005. The Season 4 (also finale) began in 2006 and ended that same year but still airing in the UK. The show is currently licensed to Cartoon Network. It also showed in some parts of Africa.

The show was originally cancelled in the US, when Mew Mew Power (aka Tokyo Mew Mew) was airing in its slot on February 19, 2005. This was originally intended to be a sneak peek for the series to air September 2005 with The Cramp Twins continuing to air in its original slot. However, despite being an original Cartoon Network series, 4Kids TV decided to cancel The Cramp Twins to put Mew Mew Power in its slot. A press release went out about a possible 3-part finale answering any unanswered questions, but the show returned in the summer of 2006, and later with more new episodes.

The Cryonic Woman

"The Cryonic Woman" is the nineteenth and final episode of the second season of Futurama. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on December 3, 2000. The plot incorporates a cryonics theme. Sarah Silverman does the voice of Fry's on and off girlfriend Michelle (replacing Kath Soucie, who voiced the character in Space Pilot 3000).

The Little Engine That Could (1991 film)

The Little Engine that Could is a 1991 animated direct-to-video short film directed by Dave Edwards and co-produced by Edwards and Mike Young, animated at Kalato Animation in Wales and co-financed by Universal Studios through their MCA/Universal Home Video arm and S4C, Wales' dedicated Welsh-language channel. It was released on VHS by MCA. The film features the voice talents of Kath Soucie and Frank Welker. It is based on the book of the same name, by Watty Piper (specifically based on the 1976 illustrations by Ruth Sanderson).

The Magician (French TV series)

The Magician (French: Le Magicien) is a French animated television series created by Florian Ferrier, Gilles Adrien, and Savin Yeatman-Eiffel, the last of whom also served as the series' story editor. It was produced by Gaumont Multimedia (however, it is currently owned by Xilam) in 1997. It aired on Fox in 1999, one of the few European shows to air in the US at the time.

The Rugrats Movie

The Rugrats Movie is a 1998 American animated comedy film based on the Nickelodeon

animated television series Rugrats. It was directed by Igor Kovalyov and Norton Virgien and written by David N. Weiss & J. David Stem. The film introduced Tommy Pickles' baby brother Dil Pickles, who appeared on the original series the next year. The film features the voices of E. G. Daily, Tara Strong, Christine Cavanaugh, Kath Soucie, Cheryl Chase, Cree Summer, and Charlie Adler, along with guest stars David Spade, Whoopi Goldberg, Margaret Cho, Busta Rhymes, and Tim Curry. The events of the film take place before the sixth season of Rugrats.

The film was the first animated film from Nickelodeon Movies, as well as the first to be based on a Nicktoon. It was originally released in the United States on November 20, 1998. The film grossed $141 million worldwide, making it the first non-Disney animated film to gross over $100 million in the United States, and also making it the highest-grossing animated film based on a television program until the premiere of The Simpsons Movie in 2007.

Wonder Park

Wonder Park is a 2019 computer animated adventure film produced by Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies, with Ilion Animation Studios handling animation. The film stars the voice talents of newcomer Brianna Denski, Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner, Ken Hudson Campbell, Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis, John Oliver, Kath Soucie, Norbert Leo Butz, and Kevin Chamberlin. The film was directed by former Pixar animator Dylan Brown in his directorial debut; while he was involved through most of the production, he was fired by Paramount in January 2018 after "multiple complaints of 'inappropriate and unwanted behavior'", and was subsequently uncredited.The film was released in 2D and 3D formats in the United States on March 15, 2019 by Paramount Pictures. The film received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed over $78 million worldwide. A television series based on the film will debut that same year on Nickelodeon, making it the third animated film from Nickelodeon Movies (after Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Barnyard) to spawn an animated series on the network, as well as the first to not be produced by Steve Oedekerk.

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