— Mohamed Omar (@MohamedOmar) December 31, 2014
Noted voiceover actress Christine Cavanaugh passed away on Dec 22, 2014, aged 51, bringing an end to the life of one of Hollywood’s most recognizable voices. Cavanaugh gave life to a number of famous characters during her career, including Chuckie in Rugrats, Dexter in Dexter’s Laboratory, and perhaps most memorably to the lovable young title character in the award-winning Babe.
Christine Cavanaugh, childhood wouldn’t have been the same without you. You will always be a hero, especially to redheads. Thank you. #RIP
— Daryl Sabara (@darylsabara) December 30, 2014
Cavanaugh gained notoriety for appearing in a number of popular programs over the course of her career, showcasing her ability to provide voices for diverse characters. She was heard on The Wild Thornberrys, The Powerpuff Girls, and Sonic the Hedgehog, among other animated series. In addition, she made guest appearances on popular network mainstays like Cheers, ER, and Everybody Loves Raymond. After beginning her voiceography career in 1988, she eventually decided to retire in 2001 in order to spend time with her family. Her passing has inspired fans to use the hashtag #RIPChristineCavanaugh on various social media outlets to remember her legacy.
— tara strong (@tarastrong) December 30, 2014
Check out Cavanaugh amazing voice in Babe‘s Official Trailer below!
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