Meet Tress MacNeille: Simpsons, Net Worth, Biography, Wiki, Biography and Career - Latest Celeb

Meet Tress MacNeille: Simpsons, Net Worth, Biography, Wiki, Biography and Career

Since 1999, Tress Claire MacNeille has voiced Dot Warner on the animated television series Animaniacs, Babs Bunny on Tiny Toon Adventures, and Daisy Duck in various Disney media. She’s also worked on shows like The Simpsons, Futurama, and Rugrats, which have been on the air for decades.

Biography of Tress MacNeille

Teressa Claire Payne was born on June 20, 1951, in Los Angeles, California. She grew up loving cartoons and wanted to be a voice actress since she was eight years old. But she chose a “realistic” career instead. Also, believing she would never be able to accomplish her dream. She attended broadcasting school after graduating. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and went on to work as a disc jockey.

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Career Journey

Before becoming a regular on an animated TV show. MacNeille worked in a variety of industries and had a number of modest voiceover parts. “For around two years, I’d been doing radio spots, some TV, demos, sound-alikes, industrial narrations — whatever came my way,” she says. She also spent eleven years as a member of the improv comedy troupe The Groundlings. In what she refers to as “The University of Voice-over,” MacNeille studied acting classes and worked as a casting assistant for voice acting talent agency Bob Lloyd. Lloyd and colleague agency Rita Vennari landed MacNeille her first work in an animated show, a part in a Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo episode from 1979.

Tress MacNeille Biography, Birthday. Awards & Facts About Tress MacNeille

She sang and starred in the music video for “Weird Al” Yankovic’s song “Ricky” (1983) (as Lucille Ball), which was based on the I Love Lucy television show and imitated Toni Basil’s song “Mickey.” On the tracks “Pretty Fly for a Rabbi” and “Jerry Springer,” MacNeille also appears on Yankovic’s 1999 album Running with Scissors.

In Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1992), MacNeille played Babs Bunny. She was good for the job since she could play both Babs’ voices. And the voices of her impressions, according to writer Paul Dini. “The best part of portraying Babs is that she’s a mimic, like myself,” MacNeille said. In the show, I portray Billie Burke, Audrey Hepburn, Bette Davis, Madonna, and Cher as Babs.

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I’ve even had her dressed up as Jessica Rabbit.” Tiny Toon Adventures’ success spawned the animated series Animaniacs. Because Dot Warner’s character was so similar to Babs Bunny’s, MacNeille was called in to voice one of the show’s three main characters, Dot Warner. “The casters had a little issue” choosing Tress MacNeille for the role of Dot, according to Andrea Romano, the voice director and caster for Animaniacs: “Tress MacNeille was just hilarious, And yet [she] had that edge.” In 1995, MacNeille was nominated for an Annie Award for her work on the show.

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She has almost 200 credits as a voice actress in films, television series, video games, and advertisements. “The personalities I do all stem from people in my own life—as well as material I’ve stolen from my pals!” admits MacNeille. Her television credits include characters on The Simpsons, where she portrays Agnes Skinner, Brandine Spuckler, and Lindsey Naegle, and Futurama, where she plays Mom. MacNeille’s other credits include Rugrats (as Charlotte Pickles), Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers (as Chip and Gadget Hackwrench), Histeria, Hey Arnold, and Dave the Barbarian (as Fang), as well as dubbing work on English language films.

Since 1999 and 2000, she has been the voice of Daisy Duck and Wilma Flintstone, respectively. MacNeille also voiced Elvira’s Great-Aunt Morganna Talbot and appeared as an enraged anchorwoman in Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. She voiced Wile E. Coyote in the Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner short film The Whizzard of Ow in 2003.

What is the net worth of Tress MacNeille?

Tress MacNeille is a voice actor from the United States with a net worth of $10 million. Tress MacNeille’s net worth is derived from her work as a voice actress on shows such as The Simpsons, Futurama, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Disney’s House of Mouse, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Rugrats, All Grown Up!, Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers, and Dave the Barbarian. Tress was born on June 20, 1951, in California. She grew up loving cartoons and decided at the age of eight that she wanted to be a voice actress.

Quick facts about Tress MacNeille

Full NameTress MacNeille
Date of birthJune 20, 1951
Age69 years old
Sun SignGemini
Birth PlaceLos Angeles, California
NationalityAmerican
ReligionChristianity
Height5 feet 8 inches
Martial StatusMarried
Children1 daughter
Net worth$10 million