Mary Kay Bergman
With over 60 credits to her name between 1991 and 2002, Mary Kay Bergman was an extremely versatile voice actress. She grew up a big fan of Walt Disney animated entertainment, and fittingly, her earliest voiceover credit was in the enormously successful "Beauty and the Beast"; not only did Bergman provide the part of minor characters, but she also sang the track "Belle" on the film's soundtrack. Within the next year, she had landed a recurring part on Disney's cartoon series "The Little Mermaid," which was intended as a prequel to the 1989 movie, and as the voice of "Captain Planet and the Planeteers" villain Dr. Blight. Bergman was subsequently cast in countless animated shows of varying levels of sophistication, and also started providing voiceovers for video games. During the mid-to-late '90s, around the same time that she played Quasimodo's Mother in Disney's animated "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and various characters in the studio's "Hercules," she began working on a new cable series called "South Park." Frequently obscene and offensive, "South Park" became a huge hit, and Bergman would voice several important supporting characters, including Liane Cartman and Mayor McDaniels, from 1997 to 1999. One of her last voiceover parts was Snow White for a Disney commercial. Interestingly, while growing up she lived near the home of Adriana Caselotti, who voiced the character in the 1937 animated classic.