Tara Strong took over her role as Timmy Turner.
Mary Kay died at the age of 38 by gunfire.
Her husband said she was a very funny lady, and a very unhappy one.
Eliza Schneider took over the voices for the characters she voiced in South Park.
She took voiceover workshop lessons for two years.
Mary Kay attended UCLA and majored in theater arts.
Mary Kay attended Van Ness Avenue Elementary School in West Los Angeles, California.
Mary Kay's last film that she contributed to was Balto II: Wolf Quest.
Mary Kay was considered a Catholic-Jew because she practiced both religions.
Her parents were singers and musicians.
Wendy, from South Park, was her favorite person to voice.
Her husband, Dino Andrade, established a Memorial Fund which gives people operations to prevent suicides.
At Halloween, she threw big parties for her friends and family.
In her fourteen years as an actress, she voiced 32 films and TV shows.
Mary Kay Bergman really loved Halloween.
Her husband, Dino Andrade, said that she hid her depression for a long time.
For a short time, she left acting and got a normal job, which she hated.
She was pronounced dead at 10:18 by the Los Angeles police.
Her mother was Patricia McGowan.
Mary Kay is buried in Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Cemetery.
Mary Kay was nominated for an Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production in South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut.
Mary Kay's parents were Jewish.
Mary Kay's idols were Carol Burnett, Gilda Radner, Tracey Ullman, and Lucille Ball.
Mary Kay's first commercial she was in was a radio commercial for a small home security company in 1986.
Mary Kay is 5'3" tall.
Her husband's name was Dino Andrade.
Mary Kay committed suicide in West Los Angeles. She committed suicide because of an anxiety disorder.
She was in over 400 advertisements.
Mary Kay: Teaching really keeps me sharp. You have to be very clear on your own technique in order to get the point across to a student. In fact, sometimes I feel I'm learning more than they are.
Mary Kay: I can count on my fingers the number of women who have been able to continue major careers. People like Meryl Streep and Sally Field are the exception. But once you get to a certain age on camera you just are gone.
Mary Kay: I'm just like a parrot. I tape a line, I listen to it, and I try to match what they're doing with emotion, pitch and accents. Then I work on that until I feel that I really have it down and then I go on to the next line. It's just a matter of breaking every thing down.
Mary Kay: (talking about South Park characters) I'm all the women on South Park. Which is a lot of fun. Talk about a savvy show. It's pretty out there, but that's a lot of fun to do.
Mary Kay: (talking about South Park characters) Shelly Marsh, Stan's older sister is indeed a villain and always fun to play those! She's self-centered and really nasty; always punching and terrorizing her younger brother. Plus, there's the fun of making the weird slurping noises as she's got braces on her teeth!
Mary Kay: (talking about South Park characters) Mrs. Broslovsky (Kyle's Mom) is the ultimate busybody, pushy, overbearing and opinionated and nothing like me! I really loved playing around with a voice for Mrs. McCormick (Kenny's Mom); what I ended up with is my female version of Bill Clinton!