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Tress MacNeille

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Tress MacNeille
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Biographical data
Other NamesTerrifying Tress MacNeille
Date of BirthJune 20, 1951
Involvement in Fallout series
Fallout 2
External links
WikipediaTress MacNeille
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Tress MacNeille (born June 20, 1951) is an American voice actress best known for providing various voices on the animated series The Simpsons, Futurama, Rugrats, All Grown Up!, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs and some Disney movies.


Her most notable characters on The Simpsons include "Agnes Skinner", "Brandine Spuckler" and "Lindsey Naegle", while her performance as "Mom" is her most notable Futurama role. Tress MacNeille became the voices of "Betty Boop" in 1998 (after Mae Questel's death) and "Daisy Duck" in 1999.

MacNeille has also provided voices on numerous other television shows and cartoons such as Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers and Tiny Toon Adventures as well as dubbing work on English language anime translations. She was also the voice of "Leon" from Lilly the Witch.

MacNeille sang and appeared in the music video (as "Lucille Ball") with "Weird Al" Yankovic on his song, "Ricky", which was based on the I Love Lucy television show and parodied the song "Mickey". MacNeille also appeared on Yankovic's 1999 album, Running with Scissors, on "Jerry Springer". MacNeille also appeared as an angry anchorwoman in Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and served as the voice of Elvira's Great-Aunt "Morganna Talbot".


Fallout series

YearTitleCredited as/for
1998Fallout 2Tandi

Other work (excerpt)

YearTitleCredited as/for
1989The SimpsonsAgnes Skinner, Brandine Spuckler, Lindsey Naegle
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