Cavanaugh passed on December 22. The demise was accounted for in an eulogy posted in the Los Angeles Times.
Cavanaugh, a local of Utah, first got to be known as Gosalyn Mallard, the embraced little girl of Drake Mallard on the “Ducktales” spinoff “Darkwing Duck.” She then supplied the voice of Chuckie for the long-running Nickelodeon arrangement “Rugrats,” around a pack of bold babies.
In 1995, Cavanaugh provided for her voice to the main character in the hit film “Angelface,” around a touch of talking pig who turns into an improbable sheepherding champion. Her rough, uncorrupt voice included an additional layer of sweetness to such existential lines as “Why are any of us here?”
The film turned into a fantastic and generated a 1998 spin-off, “Darling: Pig in the City,” however Cavanaugh was supplanted by E.g. Every day ahead of the pack voice part.
Cavanaugh likewise gave voice-representing the shows “Aaahh!! Genuine Monsters,” “The Critic,” “The Wild Thornberrys,” “The Powerpuff Girls” and “Dexter’s Laboratory.”
As indicated by the Internet Movie Database, she showed up in scenes of “ER” and “Everyone Loves Raymond” and the film “Jerry Maguire.”
As indicated by the eulogy, Cavanaugh resigned from the big time in 2001 to be closer to her gang.
A commemoration function in her respect was hung on Antelope Island in Utah’s Great Salt Lake.