Voice star veteran Julie Bennett passed away Tuesday in Los Angeles from complications connected to coronavirus at 88, according to talent scout as well as good friend Mark Scroggs.
Bennett was best recognized for her operate in the Hanna-Barbera anime series “The Yogi Bear Program” as Cindy Bear, Yogi’s wonderful, southern love passion.
Bennett was birthed in Manhattan on Jan. 24, 1932, however grew up in Los Angeles. After graduating from Beverly Hills Secondary School, she returned to New york city where she began her career in movie theater, radio and also television before at some point clearing up in L.A.
. Her live-action TELEVISION credit ratings consist of “Dragnet,” “Leave It to Beaver,” “Obtain Smart,” “Love, American Style” and “Superman,” as well as appearances on selection shows such as “The Tonight Program,” “The Sid Caesar Program” and also numerous specials on “The Bob Hope Show.”
However, Bennett found her niche as a voice star, giving birth to the personality of Cindy Bear for over twenty years on “The Yogi Bear Program” and the series’ function films, “Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear” as well as “Yogi and also the Invasion of the Space Bears.” Her other voiceover endeavors consist of numerous Looney Song reveals such as “Vermin Bunny,” shows such as “Quick Draw McGraw” and also “The Bullwinkle Show” as well as Aunt May Parker in the animated “Spider-Man” collection from 1997 to 1998.
She serviced numerous jobs for “Mr. Magoo” manufacturer UPA Productions, consisting of computer animated function “Gay Purr-ee,” “The Famous Experiences of Mr. Magoo” and also Woody Allen’s funny dub of a Japanese spy film, “What’s Up, Tiger Lily?”
Bennett transformed herself as Marianne Daniels in the very early 1990s. She then went after a profession as a personal manager for both new and recognized talent, representing her customers for over two decades.
She is made it through by her “mutually embraced family members,” Carol, Nick as well as Mark Scroggs. Contributions in her memory can be made to the Actors Fund.