R.I.P. Christine Cavanaugh

Discussion in 'The Voice Actors Appreciation Society' started by Daikun, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. defunctzombie

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    A shame. She was very talented and 51 is too soon.
     
  2. trance2009

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    She was awesome in all her roles, man.
     
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    Wow...another iconic performer, ones whose voice and characters are to this day so iconic and memorable, passing away when they're still relatively young. Just been a very sad year in general coupled with all that...

    RIP Ms. Cavanaugh, and thank you for your vocal contribution to roles that to this day I have extremely fond memories of. You will be missed :(.
     
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    2014 needs to end already. I had to wake up to this news and was left trembling in sadness. Our childhoods have had enough abuse for one year. RIP Christine. Thank you for defining our childhoods. ;-;7 :dexter:
     
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    R.I.P. Christine I missed you so much and I was hoping you'd return to the voice acting world someday, Dexter's Laboratory was never the same without you, I was hoping that the report was a hoax, here's to one of the best voice actresses of my childhood.
     
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    She was a childhood favorite back in the days, may she rest in peace.
     
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    *sigh* I seriously did not expect this, this year was just very crummy...
     
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    Arrivederci, Christine. You lent your voice to a bambino, a duckling, a piglet, a monster, and a boy genius. How we're gonna miss ya'.
     
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    Still haven't quite got my head around this. Been watching Dexter's Lab today and feeling very old knowing that the voice behind him is no longer alive.

    I hope we find out how she died so soon, because 51 is a rather young age.

    PS. There really was no need to close the other threads about this, Daikun. No need at all. You got rid of the wonderful picture I found. That wasn't very nice and rather "stooopid". :dexter:

    Here it is again:

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  10. RandomMe

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    R.I.P. Christine Cavanaugh. I'll always remember her for her role as Dexter.
     
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    Aw, man. She was one of my favorite voice actors. I loved her as Oblina, Dexter and Chuckie. R.I.P.
     
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    thats sad news to hear
    i really like all shows she did as well (Dexter's Lab, Darkwing Duck, ARM, and orther cartoon shows)
     
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    I was totally shocked when I heard this. Really tragic 'cause she was a great voice actress. :(

    RIP.
     
  16. Game Freak 4

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    Well, that sucked. I read that she was MIA in the late 2000s(even rumors of her dead... back then), but now...

    ...wait, did she also voiced Blossom?
     
  17. DarkGojira

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    I'm currently watching Rugrats right now on TeenNick. It's very sad to hear Chuckie's voice knowing that we lost a talented voice actress.

    RIP Christine Cavanaugh. Thanks for the memories of such recognizable characters as Chuckie, Gosalyn, and Dexter.

    Actually, it was Cathy Cavadini who voiced Blossom.
     
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    Omelette.....du Fromage.:crying::crying:
     
  19. Goldstar Neo

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    No, that was Cathy Cavadini. Christine Cavanaugh did voice Bunny in "Twisted Sister" and Bud Smith in "Supper Villain" and it's sequel "Just Deserts".
     
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    Man, that's sad news. 51 is too young to die. Well, I hope she rest in peace. She was so talented. :(

    I'm hoping this new year will focus on keeping lots of people away from deaths. Last year was just horrible.
     

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