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Lucille Bliss Net Worth: Lucille Bliss was born March 31, 1916 in NYC, NY. Throughout her career Bliss added her voice to numerous television characters, for example, name character of the really first made-for-television animation, Crusader Rabbit, the voice of Smurfette to the favorite ’80s animation The Smurfs and also the voice of Ms. Bitters on the Nickelodeon animated series Invader ZIM. Between 1950 and 1957, Bliss impersonated Auntie Lou on San Francisco, California’s KRON TV’s The Happy Birthday To You Show, also referred to as Birthday Party Show. During this same time, Bliss supplied voices for Hanna Barbera as Tuffy in Robin Hoodwinked, as Leprechaun in Droopy Leprechaun and afterwards as Hugo on an episode of The Flintstones. She was likewise the narrator for three narratives in the Disney record Peter Cottontail as well as Other Funny Bunnies: Narrative of Thumper, Narrative of the White Rabbit, and Narrative of Grandpa Bunny. Bliss was likewise a voiceover performer for Airborne radio spots in 2004.

Quick Facts

Birth date: March 31, 1916
Death date: November 8, 2012, Costa Mesa, California, United States
Birth place: New York City, New York, USA
Profession:Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Movies:Robots, The Betty Boop Movie Mystery, The Secret of NIMH, Oliver and the Artful Dodger, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, Robin Hoodwinked, Here Are the Smurfs, Casper's Halloween Special
TV shows:Invader Zim, The Smurfs, The Space Kidettes, Crusader Rabbit, Tales of the City (UK)

Interesting Facts

1Following her death, she was interred at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
2Resided in a nursing home in Costa Mesa, California until her death.
3Longtime voice of Crusader Rabbit, first made for animated television.
4Bliss continually went to Hanna-Barbera auditions for approximately 20 years. She was finally cast as the voice of Smurfette on The Smurfs (1981).


Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2000Winsor McCay AwardAnnie Awards
1999Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement AwardYoung Artist AwardsCinderella (1950)




Up-In-Down Town2007ShortQuinby
Avatar: The Last Airbender2005TV SeriesYagoda
Duck Dodgers2005TV SeriesThe Librarian
Robots2005Pigeon Lady (voice)
Who Saves the Village?2005Video shortBear Brat
Invader ZIM2001-2004TV SeriesMs. Bitters / Woman #2
Battlestar Galactica2003Video GameShaden (voice)
Star Wars: Bounty Hunter2002Video GameRozatta (voice)
Giselle2002TV Short voice
Nash Bridges1999TV SeriesAudrey
Whacked1997ShortJane Katz
Space Quest 6: The Spinal Frontier1995Video GameSharpei / Waitron (voice)
Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City1993TV Mini-SeriesCable Car Lady
ABC Weekend Specials1985-1992TV Series
Nurses1991TV SeriesPatient #2
Stat1991TV SeriesWoman on Gurney
Best Shots1990Interviewer
Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery1989Short voice
The Smurfs1981-1989TV SeriesSmurfette / Smurfettes / Additional Voices
Astérix et le coup du menhir1989Bonnemine (American dub) (English version, voice)
Miracle Mile1988Old Woman in Diner
The Night Before1988Gal Baby
'Tis the Season to Be Smurfy1987TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
Smurfquest1986TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
Rainbow Brite: San Diego Zoo Adventure1986Video shortNarrator (voice)
Here Are the Smurfs1984TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
The Great Bear Scare1983TV MovieMiss Witch (voice)
The Smurfic Games1983TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
The Smurfs Christmas Special1982TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
The Secret of NIMH1982Mrs. Fitzgibbons (voice)
The Smurfs Springtime Special1982TV ShortSmurfette (voice)
My Smurfy Valentine1982TV MovieSmurfette (voice)
Hug Me1981Short voice
Casper the Friendly Ghost: He Ain't Scary, He's Our Brother1979TV MovieGervais, Carmelita (voice)
The Lord of the Rings1978Additional Voices (voice, uncredited)
The Flintstones Little Big League1978TV MovieDusty (voice)
A Flintstone Christmas1977TV MovieBamm Bamm Rubble (voice)
The Tiny Tree1975TV Short voice
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie1972TV Series
Funnyman1967Girl of 1000 Voices
The Space Kidettes1966TV SeriesSnoopy (voice)
The Flintstones1961TV SeriesHugo
101 Dalmatians1961TV Commercial Singer (voice, uncredited)
Droopy Leprechaun1958ShortLeprechaun (voice, uncredited)
Robin Hoodwinked1958ShortTuffy (voice, uncredited)
A Waggily Tale1958ShortLittle Girl / Mama (voice, uncredited)
A Kiddies Kitty1955ShortSuzanne (voice, uncredited)
Peter Pan1953Mermaid (voice, uncredited)
Crusader Rabbit1950-1952TV SeriesCrusader Rabbit
Alice in Wonderland1951Sunflower / Tulip (voice, uncredited)
Cinderella1950Anastasia (voice, uncredited)



Ewoks1985TV Series additional voice - 1986



A Perfect Fit the Voices of Cinderella2005Documentary shortHerself
The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1999TV SpecialHerself (voice, uncredited)
Strong Kids, Safe Kids1984Video documentary shortSmurfette (voice)

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