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Nancy Cartwright

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Nancy Cartwright

American film and television actress, comedian and voice artist add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1957.

Countries: United States (32%), California (27%), Ohio (9%)

Main connections: California, Bart Simpson, Warren Murphy

Linked to: Fairmont High School, Fox Broadcasting Company, Kenyon College, University of California, Los Angeles

 

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Nancy Cartwright was born in 1957 add something


1976

Cartwright graduated from high school in 1976 and accepted a scholarship from Ohio University add something

 

In 1976, Cartwright landed a part-time job doing voice-overs for commercials on WING radio in Dayton, Ohio add something


1978

Born in Dayton, Ohio, Cartwright moved to Hollywood in 1978 and trained alongside voice actor Daws Butler add something

 

Her mother, Miriam, died late in the summer of 1978 add something

 

Cartwright nearly changed her relocation plans but, on September 17, 1978, "joylessly" left for Westwood, Los Angeles add something


1980

At the end of 1980, Cartwright signed with a talent agency and landed a lead role in a pilot for a sitcom called "In Trouble" add something

 

Cartwright was raised a Roman Catholic but joined the Church of Scientology in the late 1980s add something


1981

She graduated from UCLA in 1981 with a degree in theater add something


1985

In 1985, she auditioned for a guest spot as Cynthia in "Cheers" add something


1987

After continuing to search for acting work, in 1987 Cartwright auditioned for a role in a series of animated shorts about a dysfunctional family that was to appear on "The Tracey Ullman Show" add something

 

On March 13, 1987, Nancy Cartwright auditioned for a series of animated shorts about a dysfunctional family that was to appear on "The Tracey Ullman Show", a sketch comedy program add something

 

Bart Simpson - On March 13, 1987, Nancy Cartwright went in to audition for the role of Lisa

 

Bart Simpson - He is voiced by actress Nancy Cartwright and first appeared on television in "The Tracey Ullman Show" short "Good Night" on April 19, 1987


1988

Cartwright met writer Warren Murphy on her birthday in 1988 and married him two months later add something


1989

In 1989, the shorts were spun off into a half-hour show on the Fox network called "The Simpsons" add something

 

She voiced Bart for three seasons on "The Tracey Ullman Show", and in 1989, the shorts were spun off into a half-hour show called "The Simpsons" add something


1990

Bart was described as "television's brightest new star" by Mike Boone of "The Gazette" and was named 1990's "entertainer of the year" by "Entertainment Weekly" add something


 

For her subsequent work as Bart, Cartwright received a Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 1992 and an Annie award for Best Voice Acting in the Field of Animation in 1995 add something


 

The play was co-written by Peter Kjenaas, and Cartwright won a Drama-Logue award after performing it in Los Angeles in 1995 add something


1998

During a pay dispute in 1998, Fox threatened to replace the six main voice actors, and made preparations for casting new actors add something

 

In a 1998 interview, she stated her intention to make it into a feature film add something


2000

In 2000, Cartwright published her autobiography, "My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy" add something

 

In 2000, she published her autobiography, "My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy", and four years later adapted it into a one-woman play add something

 

In a 2000 interview, Cartwright explained that a character's voice is copyrighted and she can use Bart's voice in public but cannot record original dialogue without approval add something


2001

In 2001, Cartwright took over the "Rugrats" role of Chuckie Finster when Christine Cavanaugh retired add something

 

In 2001, she founded a production company called SportsBlast and created an online animated series called "The Kellys" add something

 

Rugrats (film series) - In addition to "The Wild Thornberrys" cast members reprising their roles, this film guest stars Bruce Willis as the voice of Spike, Chrissie Hynde as Siri the clouded leopard, and Ethan Phillips as Toa. This is the first time Nancy Cartwright voiced Chuckie Finster in a film since his original voice actress retired in 2001


 

WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival - In 2002, SportsBlast received a Silver Remi award from the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival for "The Kellys" add something

 

The couple had two children, Lucy and Jack, before divorcing in 2002 add something


2004

Cartwright adapted "My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy" into a one-woman play in 2004 add something

 

She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program in 2004 for her work on the show add something

 

Edinburgh Festival Fringe - Cartwright has performed it at a variety of venues, including the August 2004 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland add something


2005

In 2005, Cartwright was given the title of Honorary Mayor of Northridge, California by the Northridge Chamber of Commerce add something


2007

Cartwright has shown an interest in stock car racing and as of 2007 was seeking a NASCAR license add something

 

In 2007, Cartwright was in a relationship with contractor Stephen Brackett add something

 

In September 2007, Cartwright received the Make-a-Wish Foundation's Wish Icon award "for her tremendous dedication to the Foundation's fundraising and wish-fulfillment efforts" add something


2009

In January 2009, Cartwright used Bart's voice in an automated telephone message to Scientologists, inviting them to an event in Hollywood, California add something


2010

In September 2010, it was announced Cartwright was being sued by the executives of American Safety Casualty Insurance Company over a policy covering refurbishment work Stephen Bracket failed to finish before his death add something


2011

Cat Deeley - In April 2011 Deeley appeared on CNN's "Icon" and spoke to Nancy Cartwright


2016

In 2016, Cartwright launched Spotted Cow Entertainment, her own film and television production company, with Peter Kjenaas, Monica Gil and Kevin Burke add something


2017

In 2017, she wrote and produced the film "In Search of Fellini" add something