Veteran voiceover actress Julie Bennett has died from coronavirus on the age of 88.
Her longtime agent and buddy Mark Scroggs confirmed the information to EW, praising everybody that taken care of her at Cedars-Sinai Medical Middle in Los Angeles, the place she handed on Tuesday, noting they’ve “been wonderful throughout all of this.”
“She was undoubtedly a character and a throwback to Hollywood glamour. Divorced, she leaves behind her mutually adopted household,” Scroggs stated in a press release.
The Manhattan-born performer moved to Southern California at a younger age however returned to New York Metropolis the place she first entered the leisure trade as an actress within the 1950’s. She appeared in quite a lot of theater productions, radio soaps, and early TV drams. However Bennett discovered her method again to Los Angeles the place she had small roles in hit exhibits like Go away it to Beaver, Superman, Gunsmoke, and Dragnet.
However an eventual shift into voiceover appearing is how she discovered success. Bennett most famously dropped at life Cindy Bear in 1961 on The Yogi Bear Present and its 1964 spinoff function movie Hey There, It is Yogi Bear for Hanna-Barbera Productions. Her voice expertise was featured on quite a lot of fashionable animated exhibits together with The Huckleberry Hound Present, The Bugs Bunny Present, Mister Magoo, The Actual Ghostbusters, and Spider-Man: The Animated Sequence.
Scroggs says donations to the Actors’ Fund in her identify are appreciated.
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