Tress MacNeille

Voice Actress

Tress MacNeille was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States on June 20th, 1951 and is the Voice Actress. At the age of 72, Tress MacNeille biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
June 20, 1951
United States
Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois, United States
72 years old
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$10 Million
Actor, Disc Jockey, Singer, Television Actor, Voice Actor
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University of California, Berkeley
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Kevin Whitsett MacNeille, ​ ​(m. 1974)​
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Tress MacNeille Career

MacNeille worked in numerous jobs and had many minor voiceover roles before becoming a regular on an animated TV show. In her words: "I'd been doing radio spots, some TV, demos, sound-alikes, industrial narrations—anything that came my way for about two years." She was also a member of the improvisational comedy group The Groundlings for ten years. MacNeille took acting workshops and worked as a casting assistant for voice acting talent agent Bob Lloyd in what she calls "The University of Voice-over." Lloyd and fellow agent Rita Vennari got MacNeille her first role on an animated show: a part in an episode of the 1979 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo.

She sang and appeared (as Lucille Ball) in the music video for "Weird Al" Yankovic's song "Ricky" (1983), which was based on the I Love Lucy television show and parodied the song "Mickey" by Toni Basil. MacNeille and Mary Kay Bergman also appeared on Yankovic's 1999 album Running with Scissors, on the tracks "Pretty Fly for a Rabbi" and "Jerry Springer".

MacNeille was cast as Babs Bunny in Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1992). Writer Paul Dini said that MacNeille was good for the role because she could do both Babs's voice and the voices of her impressions. MacNeille commented: "The best part of doing Babs is that she's a mimic, like me...In the show I do Babs doing Billie Burke, Hepburn, Bette Davis, Madonna and Cher. I even have her doing Jessica Rabbit." The success of Tiny Toon Adventures led to the series Animaniacs. MacNeille was brought in to voice Dot Warner, one of the show's three main characters, because Dot's character was very similar to Babs Bunny. Andrea Romano, the voice director and caster for Animaniacs, said that the casters had "no trouble" choosing the role of Dot: "Tress MacNeille was just hilarious (...) And yet [she had] that edge." MacNeille was nominated for an Annie Award for her performance on the show in 1995.

She has provided voices for numerous films, television shows, video games and commercials, garnering over 200 credits. MacNeille says: "The characters that I do all come from people in my own life – as well as the material I've stolen from my friends!". Her TV roles include characters on The Simpsons, where she voices Agnes Skinner, Brandine Spuckler and Lindsey Naegle, and Futurama, in which her main role was the character Mom. MacNeille has provided voices on many other television shows and cartoons such as Rugrats (as Charlotte Pickles), Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (as Chip and Gadget Hackwrench), TaleSpin (as Kitten Kaboodle), Histeria!, Hey Arnold! and Dave the Barbarian (as Fang), as well as dubbing work on English-language anime translations.

She is the voice of Daisy Duck and Wilma Flintstone since 1999 and 2000 respectively. MacNeille also appeared as an angry anchorwoman in Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and served as the voice of Elvira's Great-Aunt Morganna Talbot. She provided voice acting for the 2003 Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner short feature The Whizzard of Ow.


Netflix viewers are left devastated as beloved animated comedy series is axed after five seasons, August 3, 2023
Netflix viewers were left extremely dissapointed after the streaming giant announced that it would be axing a beloved comedy after just five seasons. The popular programme, Disenchantment, is now set to come to a close after its next 10 episode run. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Netflix released a first-look trailer for the show as well as confirming it would be the final edition to be seen on screens. 

Hulu drops first trailer for Futurama reboot ahead of its season 11 debut, June 28, 2023
The future looks bright for Futurama fans.  Hulu dropped the first official trailer for the new season of the Emmy winning comedy Tuesday. Key characters are returning to the animated comedy for season 11, which will debut July 24.