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Cathy Cavadini
Biographical information
Date of birthApril 21, 1961
Age (1985)24
Age (2015)54
Physical description
Behind-the-scenes information

Cathy Cavadini (Born on April 21, 1961 in New York City, New York) portrayed the voice of Jennifer Parker on Back to the Future: The Animated Series. Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson were also born in the same year.

Other roles[]

Most of Cathy Cavadini's acting has been voice work, although she has appeared as an actress in films. In the 1987 film Some Kind of Wonderful, which starred Thompson and Eric Stoltz, Cavadini appeared as a party guest.

Perhaps one of her most notable roles was the voice of Blossom in the cartoon The Powerpuff Girls, along with Roger Jackson who voiced the villain Mojo Jojo. She also voiced the character in several commercials. One of which was a crossover between The Powerpuff Girls and Super Friends, which had Norman Alden reprising his role as Aquaman.[1]

In 1992, Cavadini voiced Tanya Mousekewitz on Fievel's American Tails. The cartoon also included Dan Castellaneta as Chula, Danny Mann as Dog and Hal Rayle as Clint Mousewood.

In 1993, Cavadini, Mann, Rayle, along with Troy Davidson and Tom Wilson provided voice work for The Pink Panther.

In 2002, Cavadini provided additional voice work for Lilo and Stitch, which included Jason Scott Lee providing the voice of David Kawena.

In 2006, Cavadini voiced Norma Jean, a young penguin & a human in the video game Happy Feet, which included Elijah Wood as Mumble and Dan Castellaneta as Ramon & an elephant seal

In 2011, Cavadini along with James Arnold Taylor provided voice work for the Batman: The Brave and The Bold episode "Bold Beginnings".

Cavadini also provided additional voice work for Happy Feet Two, which included Wood reprising his role as Mumble and Mann voicing Brokebeak.

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