Cavanaugh, Christine (Christina Cavanaugh)
Born in Layton, UT; married Kevin (a financial analyst). Avocational Interests: Playwriting, reading, gardening, visiting yard sales.
Career: Actress. Member of the North Hollywood Playhouse West Theater Company.
Awards, Honors: Annie Award nominations, best individual achievement: voice acting by a female performer in a television production, 1997, and outstanding individual achievement for voice acting by a female performer in an animated television production, 1998, both for Dexter's Laboratory; Annie Award, outstanding achievement for voice acting by a female performer in an animated television production, 2000, for Dexter's Laboratory Ego Trip.
Television Appearances; Series:
Voice of Gosalyn Waddlemeyer–Mallard, Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC, The Disney Channel, and syndicated, 1991–1993.
Voice of Chuckie Finster and others, Rugrats (animated), Nickelodeon, 1991–2001.
Voice of Bunnie Rabbot, Sonic the Hedgehog (animated), ABC, 1993–1995.
Voices of Sadria and others, Aladdin (animated; also known as Disney's Aladdin ), CBS and syndicated, 1993.
Kathee, Wild Oats, Fox, 1994.
Voice of Marty Sherman, The Critic (animated), ABC, 1994, then Fox, 1995.
Voice of Oblina, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (animated), Nickelodeon, 1994–1997.
Voice of Dexter, Dexter's Laboratory (animated; also known as Dexter's Lab and Dexter de Shiyanshi ), The Cartoon Network, TBS, and TNT, 1995–1998, 2001.
Voice of Wizzer/Dumpling, 101 Dalmatians: The Series (animated), ABC, 1996–1998.
Donna, The Brothers Flub, 1998.
Voices of Bunny, Bud Smith, and others, The Powerpuff Girls (animated; also known as PPG and Youlid– Chui nu ), Cartoon Network, 1998.
Voice of Carol the Book Worm, Sing Me a Story with Belle (also known as Disney's Sing Me a Story: With Belle ), 1999.
Voice of Bamm Bamm Rubble, Cave Kids (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.
Voice of Dexter, Cartoon Cartoon Fridays (animated; also known as CCF ), Cartoon Network, 2000.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Girl, Out on the Edge, CBS, 1989.
Leslie McCory, Down, Out and Dangerous, USA Network, 1995.
Bernice, You Lucky Dog, The Disney Channel, 1998.
Voices of Dexter, D22, and Old Man Dexter, Dexter's Laboratory Ego Trip (animated), Cartoon Network, 1999.
Also appeared as Bunnie Rabbott, Pool World.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Voice of Cathy Andrews, Cathy (animated), CBS, 1987.
Voice of Cathy Andrews, Cathy's Last Resort (animated), CBS, 1988.
Voice of Cathy Andrews, Cathy's Valentine (animated), CBS, 1989.
Voices of boy, alien, and kid "2, Gramps (animated short film), 1992.
Sunday Funnies, 1993.
Voice of Ritchie Raccoon, P. J.'s Unfunnybunny Christmas (animated), ABC, 1993.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, A Rugrats Passover (animated), Nickelodeon, 1995.
Pepper, Little Surprises, Showtime, 1995.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, A Rugrats Chanukkah (animated), Nickelodeon, 1996.
(Uncredited) Voice of herself, The 51st Annual Prime-time Emmy Awards, Fox, 1999.
Herself, Behind the Movie: Rugrats in Paris (also known as VH1's Behind the Movie: Rugrats in Paris ), VH1, 2000.
Voice of Chuckie, Rugrats: Still Babies After All These Years (documentary), Nickelodeon, 2001.
Voice of Charles "Chuckie" Finster, Jr., The Rugrats: All Growed Up (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001.
Voice of Chuckie, A Rugrats Kwanzaa (animated), Nickelodeon, 2001.
(Uncredited; in archive footage) Voice of Dexter, The First 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Awards Show Program Special Live in Stereo, Cartoon Network, 2002.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Oh Henry!, NBC, 1989.
Wild Oats, 1994.
Also appeared in Square One.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Weird poetry student, Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1989.
Terry Gardner, "Mr. Otis Regrets," Cheers, NBC, 1990.
Mona Tibbs, "They Call Me Ms. Tibbs," Salute Your Shorts, Nickelodeon, 1991.
Kimberly, "Country Weston," Empty Nest, NBC, 1991.
Martha Fitzer, "A Charlie Brown Fitzer," Herman's Head, Fox, 1992.
Voice of girl at prom, "Clash Reunion," Darkwing Duck (animated), ABC, The Disney Channel, and syndicated, 1992.
Fan, "I Love Brian," Wings, NBC, 1993.
Second operator, "Cable Does Not Pay," Bakersfield P.D., Fox, 1993.
Kathy, "One Night Stand Reunions," Night Stand with Dick Dietrick (also known as Night Stand ), E! Entertainment Television and syndicated, 1995.
Amanda Nelligan, "Small Potatoes," The X–Files, Fox, 1997.
Erin, "All I Want for Christmas," Everybody Loves Raymond, CBS, 1997.
Voice of Sue Bob Murphy, "The Girl Was Trouble," Recess (animated), ABC, 1998.
Voice of Digger "2, "The Challenge," Recess (animated), ABC, 1998.
Voice of Short Tail Macqaque, "Rumble in the Jungle," The Wild Thornberrys (animated), 2000.
Voice of library kid, "The Library Kid," Recess (animated), ABC, 2000.
Gloria, "Mars Attacks," ER, NBC, 2000.
(In archive footage) Voice of Dexter, "Primetime Cartoons," VH1 Goes Inside, 2003.
Also appeared as Mona Tibbs in the episodes "Park Ranger Mona" and "Mail Carrier Mona," Salute Your Shorts, Nickelodeon.
Police officer, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers ), TriStar, 1994.
Mona, Aaron Gillespie Will Make You a Star (also known as Aaron Gillespie and Star Struck ), 1995.
Voice of Babe the pig, Babe (also known as Babe, the Gallant Pig ), Universal, 1995.
Dexter, The Big Sister, 1995.
(Uncredited) Voice, Balto (animated), Universal, 1995.
(As Christina Cavanaugh) Mrs. Remo, Jerry Maguire, Columbia/TriStar, 1996.
Anna Weisland, Soulmates, Curb Entertainment, 1997.
Bridgette, Delivery, 1997.
Voice, Unbeatable Harold, 1997.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, A Rugrats Vacation (animated), 1997.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, The Rugrats Movie (animated), Paramount, 1998.
Voice of Birdie, The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly (animated), 1998.
Madge–Simone's fanclub, Fashionably L.A., 1999.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie—Rugrats II (animated; also known as Rugrats in Paris—Der Film and Rugrats in Paris: The Movie ), Paramount, 2000.
Appeared in productions at Playhouse West, including Welcome Home, Soldier.
Voice of Chuckie Finster, Rugrats: Search for Reptar, THQ, Inc., 2000.
Author of plays.
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