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Actors speak out after the death of Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson in Latin America

Actors speak out after the death of Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson in Latin America

Actors speak out after the death of Nancy MacKenzie, the voice of Marge Simpson in Latin America

This Monday the death of Nancy McKenzie, the renowned voice actress who gave life to Marge Simpson in Latin America for 15 seasons. The Peruvian artist died at the age of 81 and, until now, the causes of her death are unknown.

Following this news, several colleagues of the interpreter have spoken out on their social networks, one of them was . He left a long message where he remembered all the adventures and struggles they had together.

Many hours together, working, traveling. A lifetime. . Thank you for always listening to me, for your unconditional support in the union problem that we go through together. Thank you for the laughter, the debates, the confidences, for going through this part of life with me. You were, are and will be a fundamental part of the most important work project of my work. You are many things. You are my wife, Marge”he wrote on Instagram.

Lalo Garzathe renowned actor who was behind the voice of Krillin in Dragon Ball, also said he felt sad at the death of Krillin. Nancy McKenziea great friend she found in the world of entertainment.

With great pain, today I have to say goodbye to a great dubbing artist. . Rest in peace, Nancy McKenzie, voice of Marge Simpson and countless other characters. My heart is sad”he reported on his Twitter account.

As it is remembered, at first, the Peruvian actress rejected the role of Marge Simpson due to the “ugly hairstyle” that the character had; However, she changed her mind due to the push of her colleagues, who encouraged her to try the series for a few months.

They told me to try it for a while and now I am part of a great family, with whom I have grown attached.”, he said in one of his many interviews.

What projects did Nancy MacKenzie work on?

The announcer was in film and television with more than 800 dubbings, some of them were:

  • Cruella de Vil: ‘The Villain Club with Mickey and his friends’
  • Kathy Morningside (Candice Bergen): ‘Miss Congeniality’
  • Diane Keaton: ‘Rich, married and unfaithful’
  • Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss): ‘The Matrix’ and ‘The Matrix Reloaded’.

Source: Elcomercio

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