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  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 - November 11, 1999) is an american voice actress who provided the voice of Arista in the television series.
  • She provides the voice for the mother in the direct-to-video film Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein.
  • She passed away back in 1999 from suicide by gunfire.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, voice artist, and comedienne who portrayed many well-known female characters on South Park, as well as South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. She was replaced by Eliza J. Schneider and Mona Marshall after her death in 1999.
  • Bergman was married to actor, director, producer and screenwriter Dino Andrade. Bergman committed suicide in November 1999. Shortly after her death, Andrade established the Mary Kay Bergman Memorial Fund.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American voice artist, best known for her work on South Park as several female characters, including Sheila Broflovski and Liane Cartman. She was the original voice actor of Timmy Turner in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American voice artist, best known for her work on South Park.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (born June 5, 1961; died November 11, 1999), sometimes credited as Shannen Cassidy, was an actress who played Gwen Stacy on Spider-Man and Princess Anelle on Fantastic Four.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was the original voice for Jay Jay, Herky, Savannah and Revvin' Evan throughout the entire episodes. She passed away from suicide by gunfire at the age of 38 back on Thursday, November 11, 1999.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was a well known American voice artist, who was the lead female voice actress on South Park from the show's 1997 debut until her death.
  • Mary provides assorted voices in Family Guy, including Sherry in Sherry and the Anus in "The Story on Page One".
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 - November 11, 1999) was an American voice actress and voice-over teacher who was best known for her work on South Park during the show's first three seasons. For Disney, she provided the voice of Snow White from 1989 to 1999, Ariel's sister Arista on The Little Mermaid TV series, Claudette and Laurette in Beauty and the Beast (with her role taken over by Kath Soucie in House of Mouse due to it being made after her suicide, who had voiced Paulette in the same movie), and Quasimodo's mother and Djali in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She also voiced Perdita and Anita in the 101 Dalmatians: Animated Storybook.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an American voice actress, animation voice-over teacher, and comedienne, who succeeded Heather North Kenney as the voice of Daphne Blake in 1998, most prominently in the first three direct-to-video films. She was in turn succeeded by Grey DeLisle, a personal friend and student of Bergman. She was also the voice of Disney's Snow White, and many of the female characters on South Park. She suffered from depression and passed away on November 11, 1999; a victim of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders was dedicated to her.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an Amercican actress. Bergman voiced Kagami in the English version of Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) voiced D.W., Francine, Muffy, Prunella, Sue Ellen, and Brain in the CD game Arthur's Thinking Games.
  • The versatile Mary Kay Bergman provided the voice of Dr. Blight in Captain Planet, most of the female voices for South Park, Daphne Blake of Scooby-Doo fame in several direct-to-video movies (with Grey DeLisle succeeding her), and was the original voice of Timmy Turner in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts (being replaced by Tara Strong), as well as the original voice of Wendy Testaburger from South Park. Though successful, she suffered from a depression she told no-one about, and committed suicide in 1999.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an American voice artist. Her well known voice roles include Shannon in the first series of South Park, as well as the voice of Daphne in several Scooby Doo productions in the late 1990s, and in a number of Disney films such as Beauty and The Beast, Mulan, Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Toy Story 2. In late 1999, she committed suicide by shooting herself. She voiced Helen of Troy in Disney's Animated Myths and Legends, as well as providing several additional voices. She voiced additional characters in Oliver and Company:The Series.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was a voice actress who did the voice of Tomo—as well as five other voices—in the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace video game. Outside of Star Wars, she is well-known for doing the voices of Daphne Blake in three of the animated Scooby-Doo films, and for a while doing most of the female voices on the TV show South Park. She did voices in many other films and television shows as well, such as Toy Story 2, The Iron Giant, Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, and many more.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (1961-1999) was a voice actress who narrated several Sesame Street sets in 1997, including Who's Afraid of Elmo?, The Emperor's New Fur, and the audio version of Elmo Saves Christmas. She also looped several bit actors in The Flintstones, such as the Roc-Donalds server.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, animation voice-over teacher, and comedian. Born in Los Angeles, she had an interest in fantasy and animation early in her life. She acted in plays in high school and also studied theater at UCLA. After unsuccessful acting jobs, she was considering a career in the Air Force, when "going wild" on karaoke at a housewarming party changed her life. In 1989, she began voicing the Disney character Snow White. Bergman is widely known for her voice work in the earliest seasons of South Park and The Fairly OddParents, including being the original voice of Timmy Turner on Oh Yeah! Cartoons. She did voice work for over 400 television commercials.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was one of the most prolific voice actresses of the 1990s, with an extensive career in voiceovers for commercials, television, and movies. Her decade-long career saw her involved in some of the decade's most iconic cartoons, including South Park, many of the first few Disney video sequels, and the Scooby Doo revival movies. Her career was tragically cut short by her suicide in November 1999. The Mary Kay Bergman Memorial site can be found here.
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  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace video game
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  • Voice actress
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  • 1961-06-05
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  • 38
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  • South Park
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  • Red
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  • Suicide by gunshot
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  • Mary Kay Bergman
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  • Cassidy, Shannen
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  • 1986
  • 1991
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  • 1999-11-11
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  • Mary-Kay Bergman, Shannen Cassidy, Shannon Cassidy
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  • South Park lead female voice
  • Daphne Blake voice
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  • 1999-11-11
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  • 1999-11-11
  • Novmeber 11, 1999
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  • 1999-11-11
  • Venice, Los Angeles, California, United States
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  • 1997
  • 1998
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  • 1990
  • 1991
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  • Voice actress, voice-over teacher
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  • Mary Kay Bergman
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  • 1961-06-05
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  • 1999-11-11
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  • Mary Kay Bergman
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  • Venice, Los Angeles, California, USA
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  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 - November 11, 1999) is an american voice actress who provided the voice of Arista in the television series.
  • She provides the voice for the mother in the direct-to-video film Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein.
  • She passed away back in 1999 from suicide by gunfire.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, voice artist, and comedienne who portrayed many well-known female characters on South Park, as well as South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. She was replaced by Eliza J. Schneider and Mona Marshall after her death in 1999.
  • Bergman was married to actor, director, producer and screenwriter Dino Andrade. Bergman committed suicide in November 1999. Shortly after her death, Andrade established the Mary Kay Bergman Memorial Fund.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American voice artist, best known for her work on South Park as several female characters, including Sheila Broflovski and Liane Cartman. She was the original voice actor of Timmy Turner in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American voice artist, best known for her work on South Park.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (born June 5, 1961; died November 11, 1999), sometimes credited as Shannen Cassidy, was an actress who played Gwen Stacy on Spider-Man and Princess Anelle on Fantastic Four.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was the original voice for Jay Jay, Herky, Savannah and Revvin' Evan throughout the entire episodes. She passed away from suicide by gunfire at the age of 38 back on Thursday, November 11, 1999.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, animation voice-over teacher, and comedian. Born in Los Angeles, she had an interest in fantasy and animation early in her life. She acted in plays in high school and also studied theater at UCLA. After unsuccessful acting jobs, she was considering a career in the Air Force, when "going wild" on karaoke at a housewarming party changed her life. In 1989, she began voicing the Disney character Snow White. Bergman is widely known for her voice work in the earliest seasons of South Park and The Fairly OddParents, including being the original voice of Timmy Turner on Oh Yeah! Cartoons. She did voice work for over 400 television commercials. Bergman was the wife of actor, director, producer, and screenwriter Dino Andrade, whom she married in 1990. Bergman suffered from depression and committed suicide on November 1999. Shortly after her death, Andrade established the Mary Kay Bergman Memorial Fund. She is buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was a well known American voice artist, who was the lead female voice actress on South Park from the show's 1997 debut until her death.
  • Mary provides assorted voices in Family Guy, including Sherry in Sherry and the Anus in "The Story on Page One".
  • Mary Kay Bergman was one of the most prolific voice actresses of the 1990s, with an extensive career in voiceovers for commercials, television, and movies. Her decade-long career saw her involved in some of the decade's most iconic cartoons, including South Park, many of the first few Disney video sequels, and the Scooby Doo revival movies. Her career was tragically cut short by her suicide in November 1999. Though many new cartoon fans don't remember hearing her voice, there was a period of time when her voice appeared in almost everything. She replaced Meg Ryan as the voice of Dr. Blight during the later seasons of Captain Planet, and appeared in a number of the early 1990s Marvel cartoon adaptations, including Iron Man, The Fantastic Four, and Spider-Man: The Animated Series, the latter as Gwen Stacy. She played Ariel's sister Arista in The Little Mermaid animated series, and was the official Disney voice of Snow White during the entire 1990s. She also played some of the iconic redheads of animation, including Barbara Gordon in Batman: Subzero and Daphne in the first three 1990s Scooby Doo films, Zombie Island, Witch's Ghost, and Alien Invaders. She could do boy voices as well, ranging from Jay-Jay the Jet Plane to Timmy Turner on The Fairly Odd Parents pilot short (Tara Strong voiced Timmy Turner in the actual series). She also could be heard on South Park, voicing every single female character on that show (except for a select few done by series co-creator, Trey Parker). By 1999, she was perhaps the greatest voice actress in the world, but despite all of this, she had a deep, crippling depression that she kept secret from all who knew her (even her husband, whom she was very close to, knew nothing about the severity of her condition). Her condition, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), caused her to believe that she was losing her talent, despite what everyone around her who had a hint of her worries told her. The depression and anxiety in Bergman's mind culminated tragically on November 11, 1999, when she took her own life by shooting herself in the head with a shotgun. Her husband and his friend came home to find the body. Mary Kay Bergman left a pair of legacies upon her death. The first was that, in her role as teacher to Grey DeLisle (and countless other young aspiring voice actors and actresses) and friend and mentor to Tara Strong, she helped to establish the careers of two of the most prolific voice actresses of the 2000s and today. In fact, DeLisle and Strong inherited some of Bergman's roles immediately upon her death, with DeLisle as the current voice of Daphne, and Strong as the current voice of Timmy Turner (Strong also took over for Batgirl in the later episodes for Batman: The Animated Series, but that was a couple of years before Bergman's death). It is likely that had Bergman's life not been so tragically cut short, that she herself would have earned many of the roles that DeLisle and Strong performed in the 2000s. The second, and by far most important legacy, is that Bergman's death raised awareness of General Anxiety Disorder and will hopefully save many lives in the future, as people who are deeply affected by the depression caused by this disease will seek the help they need. A little public service announcement that I would be very remiss not to make here: If you are feeling depressed, anxious, suicidal, get help immediately. Talk to a loved one at the very least and let them know how you're feeling. There is help out there, no matter what you might believe. The Mary Kay Bergman Memorial site can be found here.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an American voice artist. Her well known voice roles include Shannon in the first series of South Park, as well as the voice of Daphne in several Scooby Doo productions in the late 1990s, and in a number of Disney films such as Beauty and The Beast, Mulan, Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Toy Story 2. In late 1999, she committed suicide by shooting herself. She voiced Helen of Troy in Disney's Animated Myths and Legends, as well as providing several additional voices. She voiced additional characters in Oliver and Company:The Series. She was originally slated to voice Sonya Matthews in The Quest for Beasts.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 - November 11, 1999) was an American voice actress and voice-over teacher who was best known for her work on South Park during the show's first three seasons. For Disney, she provided the voice of Snow White from 1989 to 1999, Ariel's sister Arista on The Little Mermaid TV series, Claudette and Laurette in Beauty and the Beast (with her role taken over by Kath Soucie in House of Mouse due to it being made after her suicide, who had voiced Paulette in the same movie), and Quasimodo's mother and Djali in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She also voiced Perdita and Anita in the 101 Dalmatians: Animated Storybook.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an American voice actress, animation voice-over teacher, and comedienne, who succeeded Heather North Kenney as the voice of Daphne Blake in 1998, most prominently in the first three direct-to-video films. She was in turn succeeded by Grey DeLisle, a personal friend and student of Bergman. She was also the voice of Disney's Snow White, and many of the female characters on South Park. She suffered from depression and passed away on November 11, 1999; a victim of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders was dedicated to her.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (1961-1999) was a voice actress who narrated several Sesame Street sets in 1997, including Who's Afraid of Elmo?, The Emperor's New Fur, and the audio version of Elmo Saves Christmas. She also looped several bit actors in The Flintstones, such as the Roc-Donalds server. Bergman's voice-over career was brief but prolific, extending from her animation debut as two of the bimbettes in Disney's Beauty and the Beast to her breakout work on South Park, as the majority of the show's female characters, including Wendy Testaburger, Cartman's mom (and all the other recurring mothers), Mayor McDaniels, Principal Victoria, and bus driver Ms. Crabtree. She reprised most of her roles in South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut; after her death, several actresses (including Mona Marshall) were hired to fill the gaps. Bergman's other voice credits included Dr. Blight on Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Mrs. Butterworth in the syrup commercials, Daphne in several Scooby-Doo videos, Batgirl in Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero, Gwen Stacy in the final episode of the 1990s Spider-Man series, guest parts on The Tick, Quasimodo's mother in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and various roles in a score of video games.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was an Amercican actress. Bergman voiced Kagami in the English version of Tenchu 2: Birth of the Stealth Assassins.
  • Mary Kay Bergman was a voice actress who did the voice of Tomo—as well as five other voices—in the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace video game. Outside of Star Wars, she is well-known for doing the voices of Daphne Blake in three of the animated Scooby-Doo films, and for a while doing most of the female voices on the TV show South Park. She did voices in many other films and television shows as well, such as Toy Story 2, The Iron Giant, Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, and many more. She committed suicide in West Los Angeles, California on November 11, 1999.
  • Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) voiced D.W., Francine, Muffy, Prunella, Sue Ellen, and Brain in the CD game Arthur's Thinking Games.
  • The versatile Mary Kay Bergman provided the voice of Dr. Blight in Captain Planet, most of the female voices for South Park, Daphne Blake of Scooby-Doo fame in several direct-to-video movies (with Grey DeLisle succeeding her), and was the original voice of Timmy Turner in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts (being replaced by Tara Strong), as well as the original voice of Wendy Testaburger from South Park. Though successful, she suffered from a depression she told no-one about, and committed suicide in 1999.
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