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|image = [[Image:Mary Kay Bergman.jpg|200px]]
 
 
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|image = [[File:Mary Kay Bergman.jpg|200px]]
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
|born = June 5, 1961<ref name=wikipedia>{{cite web|url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Kay_Bergman|title=Mary Kay Bergman on Wikipeda}}</ref>
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|born = June 5, 1961<ref name=wikipedia>{{cite web|url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Kay_Bergman|title=Mary Kay Bergman on Wikipedia}}</ref>
|age = 38 (deceased)
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|age = 38 (deceased)
|died = November 11, 1999<ref name=wikipedia />
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|died = November 11, 1999<ref name=wikipedia />
 
|job = Voice actress
 
|job = Voice actress
|voiced = Various, including [[Sheila Broflovski]], [[Liane Cartman]], and [[Wendy Testaburger]].
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|voiced = Various, including [[Sheila Broflovski]], [[Liane Cartman]], and [[Wendy Testaburger]]
|wikipedia = [[wikipedia:Mary_Kay_Bergman|Mary Kay Bergman]]
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|wikipedia = [[Wikipedia:Mary Kay Bergman|Mary Kay Bergman]]
|homepage = [http://www.wackyvoices.com/MKBMW_link.htm Memorial Site]
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|homepage = [http://www.wackyvoices.com/MKBMW_link.htm Memorial Site]
|imdb = [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0074834/ Mary Kay Bergman]
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|imdb = [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0074834/ Mary Kay Bergman]
 
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'''Mary Kay Bergman''' (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American voice actress who portrayed many well known female characters on South Park as well as the movie ''[[South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut]]''. She was replaced by [[Eliza J. Schneider]] and [[Mona Marshall]] after her death in 1999.
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'''Mary Kay Bergman''' (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, voice artist, and comedienne who portrayed many well-known female characters on ''[[South Park]]'', as well as ''[[South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut]]''. She was replaced by [[Eliza J. Schneider]] and [[Mona Marshall]] after her death in 1999.
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==Background==
 
==Background==
Mary Kay Bergman began working on the series from the start in 1997 with "[[Cartman Gets an Anal Probe]]" until her suicide due to mental health issues on November 11, 1999. Her last episode was "[[Hooked on Monkey Phonics]]". She worked under the alias '''Shannen Cassidy''' in [[Season One]] and the first half of [[Season Two]] to avoid conflicts with her work under Disney.
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Bergman began working on the series from the start in 1997 with "[[Cartman Gets an Anal Probe]]" until her suicide due to mental health issues on November 11, 1999. Her last episode was "[[Hooked on Monkey Phonics]]." She worked under the alias '''Shannen Cassidy''' in [[Season One]] and the first half of [[Season Two]] to avoid conflicts with her work under Disney.
   
The next episode, "[[Starvin' Marvin in Space]]" was dedicated to her and "[[Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics]]" paid tribute by having clips of all the character she played shown over [[Mr. Hankey]] and [[The Boys|the boys]] singing "[[Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas]]".
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The next episode "[[Starvin' Marvin in Space]]" was dedicated to her and "[[Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics]]" paid tribute by having clips of all the character she played shown over [[Mr. Hankey]] and the [[The Boys|boys]] singing "[[Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas]]."
   
 
===The 72nd Academy Awards===
 
===The 72nd Academy Awards===
Robin Williams performed the song "[[Blame Canada]]" at the Academy Awards in tribute to Mary Kay Bergman. The winner was Phil Collins' "You'll be in My Heart" which started the [[Phil Collins]] teasing on the show.
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Robin Williams performed the song "[[Blame Canada]]" at the Academy Awards in tribute to Bergman. The winner was [[Phil Collins]]' "You'll be in My Heart," which started the Collins teasing on ''[[South Park]]''.
   
 
===Voices===
 
===Voices===
*[[Nurse Gollum]]
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* [[Nurse Gollum]]
*[[Principal Victoria]]
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* [[Principal Victoria]]
*[[Sheila Broflovski]]
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* [[Sheila Broflovski]]
*[[Liane Cartman]]
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* [[Liane Cartman]]
*[[Sharon Marsh]]
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* [[Sharon Marsh]]
*[[Mayor McDaniels]]
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* [[Mayor McDaniels]]
*[[Wendy Testaburger]]
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* [[Wendy Testaburger]]
*[[Ms. Crabtree]]
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* [[Ms. Crabtree]]
*[[Mrs. McCormick]]
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* [[Mrs. McCormick]]
*[[Shelly Marsh]]
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* [[Shelly Marsh]]
*[[Mark and Rebecca Cotswolds|Rebecca Cotswolds]] (final role)
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* [[Mark and Rebecca Cotswolds|Rebecca Cotswolds]] (final role)
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
{{Reflist}}
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{{reflist}}
[[Category:Voice actors]]
 
[[Category:Crew]]
 
 
[[Category:People]]
 
[[Category:People]]
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[[Category:Crew]]
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[[Category:Actors]]
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[[Category:Voice actors]]
 
[[Category:Dead Actors]]
 
[[Category:Dead Actors]]

Revision as of 10:20, April 17, 2014

Mary Kay Bergman (June 5, 1961 – November 11, 1999) was an American actress, voice artist, and comedienne who portrayed many well-known female characters on South Park, as well as South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. She was replaced by Eliza J. Schneider and Mona Marshall after her death in 1999.

Background

Bergman began working on the series from the start in 1997 with "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" until her suicide due to mental health issues on November 11, 1999. Her last episode was "Hooked on Monkey Phonics." She worked under the alias Shannen Cassidy in Season One and the first half of Season Two to avoid conflicts with her work under Disney.

The next episode "Starvin' Marvin in Space" was dedicated to her and "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" paid tribute by having clips of all the character she played shown over Mr. Hankey and the boys singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

The 72nd Academy Awards

Robin Williams performed the song "Blame Canada" at the Academy Awards in tribute to Bergman. The winner was Phil Collins' "You'll be in My Heart," which started the Collins teasing on South Park.

Voices

References

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