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Nancy Cartwright — the actress who has given a voice to animated baddie Bart Simpson for more than 20 years – is being sued for $260,000 by an insurance company that claims its client was forced into bankruptcy as a result of Cartwright’s fiance committing suicide before his construction company was able to complete a […] Continue reading Nancy Cartwright, Voice Bart Simpson, Sued Over Fiance’s Suicide

Flags are flying half-staff all over the North Pole as we receive the news that the woman who gave a voice to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has died, after suffering a stroke at her home in Canada. She was 88. Actress Billie Mae Richards succumbed to a stroke at her home in Canada this week. She […] Continue reading Billie Mae Richards, Voice Of “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer,” Dies

American automotive manufacturer General Motors has tapped television and film actor Tim Allen as the new voice of Chevrolet.“Tim Allen brings the right combination of a recognizable voice with the credibility, likeability and humor that will connect with viewers,” Joel Ewanick, Vice President of US Marketing for General Motors, announced Tuesday. “His passion for […] Continue reading Tim Allen Is The Voice Of Chevrolet

Brad Pitt channelled his inner Elvis Presley when he lent his voice to play the role of Metro Mind in the upcoming Dreamworks animation, ‘Megamind’, said the director of the film. Pitt plays Metro Mind, a superhero propelled to battle it out against supervillian Megamind in the highly anticipated, highly satirical family flick. And according […] Continue reading Brad Pitt channelled Elvis Presley to voice for ”Megamind” role

Malaria-stricken Cheryl Cole fears that her singing will never be the same again once she recovers. The 27-year-old singer lost her voice for five days after she caught malaria and she now fears it is permanently damaged. “Doctors have told her that it will come back, but she’s full of worry,” The Sun quoted a […] Continue reading Malaria-stricken Cheryl Cole fears for her voice