Tress MacNeille






Birth Name

Tress MacNeille




Tress MacNeille is one of the most renowned voice actors in the industry. Many heavyweights in the business consider her amongst the most talented voice actors in history. A veteran of the industry, she has been doing voice overs since the late 1970s; a few of her credits include Dot Warner, Hello Nurse, Marita Hippo, and Miss Flamiel from Animaniacs, Babs Bunny of Tiny Toon Adventures, the teacher on Casper (the animated series), Chip and Gadget of Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Mom and many others on Futurama, Opal Windbag and several extras from Darkwing Duck, Lady Bane of Gummi Bears, Hey Arnold's Grandmother, Cho-Cho, Pepper Mills, Toast, and World's Oldest Woman on Histeria, Shenzi on Lion King's Timon and Pumbaa, Charlotte from Rugrats, Aladdin's Queen Deluca of Mesmoria, and various voices on The Simpsons (including many of the residents at the retirement home). People are usually surprised to find out how many shows Ms Macnielle has actually appeared on, totalling almost 200 projects to date. Although she has an enormous range, she tends to do mostly older or totally insane characters (or both). Ms MacNeille was nominated for the 1995 Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in the Field of Animation for Dot Warner and the 1997 Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female in a Television Production for Debbie Douglas in Freakazoid.