The woman behind one of the planet’s most beloved cartoon characters has passed away at 71

Rare | 12/19/2017 | Norman Quarrinton
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Heather North, who voiced the character Daphne Blake in various iterations of the long-running cartoon series “Scooby-Doo,” died after a long battle with an unidentified illness on Nov. 30 at her home in Studio City, California, her friend Jodie Mann told The Hollywood Reporter.

She began voicing Daphne in 1970 on the second season of the Saturday morning CBS cartoon “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” — developed by Hanna-Barbera. She also voiced the character in “The New Scooby-Doo Movies” in the early ’70s and in several other versions of the cartoon until 2003.

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But her work wasn’t limited to cartoons. She appeared in several live action projects throughout her career. Arguably, her...
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