Obituary: Remembering Christine Cavanaugh
It is with great sadness that I must report on the passing of one of the giants of the voice-acting world.
Christine Cavanaugh passed away on December 22, 2014 at the young age of 51. She is perhaps best-remembered as the voice actress of (in no particular order) Babe, Dexter (Dexter's Lab), Bunnie Rabbot (Sonic the Hedgehog), Chuckie Finster (Rugrats), Oblina (Aaahh!!! Real Monsters) and Goslyn Mallard (Darkwing Duck, Raw Toonage).
While her voiceography is not as long as other veteran voice actors and actresses, she more than made up for it with quality acting and defining fan-favourite characters, bringing them memorable personalities that lasted long after their shows completed their runs.
In addition to her roles as a voice actress, she also had small roles in Salute Your Shorts, the film Jerry Maguire, the NBC sitcoms Cheers and Wings and NBC medical drama ER, as well as cameos in The X-Files and Everybody Loves Raymond.
Her family has not stated the cause of Christine's passing at the time of this article's writing.